Dinh Cau Night Market in Duong Dong Town which is considered a downtown hub for shopping, food and beverages and a hotspot for domestic and foreign tourists.
How to get there?
The night market is 100 meters from Dinh Cau (Cau Temple), thus local habitants on the island named it after the temple.
Dinh Cau Night Market stretches out on a road section of nearly 500 meters. It opens daily from 5 p.m. until midnight and sells food and beverages, jewelry and souvenirs. The market becomes busy in the evening and is a cultural feature of Phu Quoc. It appeals to a large number of travelers and has some 100 stalls along the roadsides of Vo Thi Sau. Guests can go shopping and enjoy Phu Quoc specialties featuring a wide array of fresh seafood with an eye-catching display.
Turning from Tran Hung Dao Street to Vo Thi Sau Street, diners can smell the lovely aroma of grilled seafood on the braziers placed in front of each stand. Next to the braziers are tables displaying abundant seafood. Most visitors are lured to watch the braziers as well as tables where they can select many kinds of fish, sea snails, crabs and scallops on their own before deciding to take a seat at the table placed along the pavements and waiting for the well-done seafood they have just bought. The prices of all kinds of seafood are listed on the board in front of every booth, so guests don’t need to bargain or are overcharged for the food. Prices of seafood sold at Dinh Cau Night Market are more affordable than those in other tourist locations.
Enjoy great food at Dinh Cau market
It’s so amazing when you taste a gourmet dish of grilled noble scallops, a plate of fresh steamed squid served with Phu Quoc fish sauce, boiled sea snails, flower crabs cooked with noodles, grilled sea urchin, red frog crab, shrimp served with salt, pepper and lemon, to name just a few. All will satisfy the taste buds of tourists. Friendly hospitality of owners and waiters at the market also draws a lot of visitors taking a break from shopping.
After their meal, tourists can stroll down to booths selling souvenirs right in the night market such as handicrafts, chains, bracelets, rings, earrings made from pearls, shells or natural stones found on Phu Quoc.
All pearl products available here are imported from places growing pearls on the island. Such stands lure a huge number of shoppers buying for themselves or as gifts for friends and relatives. Prices of souvenirs and jewelry are not listed, but visitors can have fun bargaining a good price with the sellers