Hue in vietnam, Vietnam explorer: Flower markets make up the atmosphere in Vietnam

Flower markets make up the atmosphere in Vietnam


VietNamNet Bridge – After the Day of Kitchen God (January 17), people begin flocking to flower markets in Hanoi-- like Hang Luoc, Quang Ba, Lac Long Quan and Hoang Hoa Tham.

Hang Luoc is a traditional flower market which opens for one week, starting from
the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month.

Quang Ba flower market.

Peach trees at Quang Ba market.

Wild peach branch.

This peach branch is priced VND200,000 ($10).

Artificial flowers.

Wine gourd shaped pomeloes from the south, pricing from VND500,000 to VND900,000 ($25-45).

Wild peach trees are sold at the price of over VND1 million ($50) at
Lac Long Quan flower market.

At Hoang Hoa Tham flower market.

This birch is priced at VND350 million ($12,500).

This orchid is nearly VND50 million ($2,500).

This bonsai is VND25 million ($1,200).

This flower-made painting is VND10 million ($500).

A pair of water melon is VND1-1.2 million ($50-60).

This 10-year-old star apple tree is VND35 million ($1,200).

The price for a dragon fruit tree is VND5 million ($250).

This product is VND30 million ($1,500).

A yellow apricot tree.

A dragon-shaped Kumquat tree is worth VND20 million ($1,000).

Flowers in the central city of Hue:

Record long dragons made of trees at the flower market of Da Nang city: