Hang Luoc Floral Market: Ready for Tet

Hanoi's oldest flower market has recently opened, providing entertainment for both locals and visitors in the days leading up to the nation's largest holiday.


The Hang Luoc Flower Market in Hanoi will remain open until February 9, serving the Tet demand of Hanoians and nearby residents. This famous market is a favorite destination for Hanoians during the Lunar New Year holiday.

Many Hanoians visit the Hang Luoc flower market to purchase bonsais, home decorations, and flowers for Tet. Photo: Michael Vu

The Hang Luoc Flower Market, dating back to the early 20th century, is considered the oldest flower market in the capital. It stretches along Hang Luoc Street and the nearby streets of Hang Ruoi, Hang Chai, Hang Khoai, and the mural section of Phung Hung Street.

This annual market offers traditional Vietnamese flowers and plants for Tet decoration, such as peach blossoms, kumquats, yellow blossoms, and ornamental plants. Additionally, it showcases traditional specialties from Hanoi and nearby areas, including handicrafts, folk paintings, pottery, mosaics, and lacquerware.

Visitors at a calligraphy stall on Phung Hung Street. Photo: Bao Hieu