TravelThe Best Shopping Malls in Vietnam

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When it comes to shopping, Vietnam is a shopper’s paradise. With some of the biggest and best shopping malls in the world, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for when you visit this amazing country. From high-end designer brands to local street markets, there’s something for everyone when it comes to shopping in Vietnam. So if you’re looking to splash out on some new clothes, accessories or souvenirs, be sure to add Vietnam to your list of shopping destinations!

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Some of the best shopping malls in Vietnam include:

AEON Mall: This Japanese-owned megamall is one of the newest and most popular shopping destinations in Vietnam. With over 200 stores, a food court, cinema and more, AEON Mall is the perfect place to spend a day (or two!) shopping. There are many locations across Vietnam, so you’re sure to find one near you.

Vincom Center: Vincom Centers are some of the most popular shopping malls in Vietnam, with locations in major cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang. With a wide range of stores selling everything from clothes to electronics, Vincom Centers are a great place to find what you’re looking for. With three locations in Ho Chi Minh City, Vincom Center is one of the biggest and best shopping malls in Vietnam. You’ll find everything from fashion and beauty stores to electronics and home goods at this massive complex.

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Saigon Centre: Located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon Centre is one of the most popular shopping malls in Vietnam. With over 200 stores, a cinema and a range of restaurants, this mall has something for everyone.

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The Diamond Plaza: This luxurious shopping mall is located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City and is home to over 200 high-end stores. If you’re looking for designer labels, this is the place to go.

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Saigon Square: This popular shopping mall is located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City’s Chinatown district. It’s the perfect place to pick up cheap clothes, accessories and souvenirs.

Takashimaya:  Located in District 1 of Saigon, this Japanese-owned department store is a great place to find high-quality clothes, cosmetics and homewares. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes on the premises, making it the perfect place to take a break from shopping.

TTTM Gigamall Thu Duc: This massive shopping mall is located in the Thu Duc district of Ho Chi Minh City and is one of the largest in Vietnam. It has over 500 stores, a food court, an outdoor amusement park and even a water park! There’s something for everyone at TTTM Gigamall Thu Duc.

Dong Xuan Market: If you’re looking for a more traditional Vietnamese shopping experience, then be sure to check out Dong Xuan Market. This huge covered market is full of stalls selling everything from clothes to electronics.

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Trang Tien Plaza: This high-end shopping mall is located in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. If you’re looking for designer labels, this is the place to go.

Indochina Riverside Mall: This riverside mall is one of the newest and most popular shopping destinations in Da Nang. You’ll find a wide range of stores, restaurants and cafes at this modern complex.

If you’re looking for a shopping destination with something for everyone, be sure to add Vietnam to your list. With some of the biggest and best shopping malls in the world, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for when you visit this amazing country. From high-end designer brands to local street markets, there’s something for everyone when it comes to shopping in Vietnam. So start planning your trip today and get ready to shop ’til you drop!

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thirdstrikeIII
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I love shopping malls but I have never actually went to one it Vietnam and now I find myself wondering why. I guess I didn’t think they were a big deal there. It seems like they very much are and they are way better than the ones I have locally. 

Freshcut
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The malls in Vietnam are amazing and you get a one of kind shopping experience no matter which one you go to. Having been to ones in the US, UK, and Canada – I can say the ones in Vietnam are way better!

vietzone
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I love the shopping malls in Vietnam! I’m a big fan of the new malls that have been popping up all over Saigon, and even more so because they’re located in such convenient locations.

My favorite is probably Vincom Center because it has so many different stores and restaurants, but there’s something for everyone at every mall on this list.

HaiTay
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The malls are fantastic for shopping!
I have been to different ones in different places but the ones in Vietnam are my favorites. They hold the classic mall vibe from the ’80s and ’90s. So many other places got too modern!

BiN22
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BiN22

I’m a huge fan of Vietnam, and I’ve been to a few malls there. My favorite is Giga Mall in Ho Chi Minh City. They have an incredible food court and the best selection of restaurants in all of Vietnam. It’s also one of the most beautiful malls I’ve ever been to!

VINAMI
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This is something I have never done in Vietnam and I don’t know why! I have never actually been to one of their larger malls! I have done markets and things like that but not a full-size mall. I will have to make sure I go to one on my next trip!

TBH23
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@vinami I don’t think it is something people consider to be a big deal today since in many countries, online shopping has taken over and big box stores are more shopped at than malls. The two local malls we had both closed down. One in 2017 and the other in 2020.

aodaii
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I have been to the Dong Xuan Market and loved it! I think if you are looking for a more cultural-themed experience, then this is the best spot. Other malls are more modern and commercialized. 

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