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Apricot Gallery

The elongated colonial-era house that houses this respected gallery is a work of art in itself, especially the central atrium originally built for light and...more

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Apricot Gallery

While Vietnam's art scene rests in Hanoi, the walls of this spacious three-story gallery, originally a French colonial building, are filled with oil paintings...more

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Art Phong Lan

Busy Hung Vuong Street, south of the Perfume River, has a number of souvenir shops selling clothing, silken paintings, and "poem hats,'' conical Hue headgear...more

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Chuong Lamp Shop

Dozens of stores in Hoi An sell handmade Vietnamese-style silken lanterns, but Mrs. Cuc Chuong's small shop is the best. She fashions strips of bamboo, fabric,...more

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Coconut Shop

This cozy little storefront is all about bags—handbags, purses, and clutches—in a dizzying array of shapes and sizes. Most are made of silk, though a...more

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Craft Link

Retail with a cause, this not-for-profit shop overlooking the Temple of Literature helps Vietnamese artisans to market their crafts. The inventory includes...more

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Custom Tailoring in Hoi An

In a nation known for its needlework, no place counts more talented tailors per yard of fabric than Hoi An. Hundreds of small shops will stitch up made-to-order...more

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Gaya

This is a one-stop design center for upgrading your style. Gaya reps some of Southeast Asia's top tastemakers, from dressmaker Romyda Keth to furniture designer...more

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Ipa-Nima

Former Hong Kong attorney Christina Yu traded in her briefcase a decade ago to design an ever-changing collection of whimsical and practical handbags and...more

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Khaisilk

Hang Gai Street, an Old Quarter artery, retains its historic role as the city's silk center. The best of the bolts can be found in this showroom, the Hanoi...more

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