1. Thu Duc Wholesale fruit market
A bit further from the city, Thu Duc market is a paradise for fruit addicts. It is located in the east gate bordering Bien Hoa city. It is a concentrated hub supplying fruits to sellers in the cities. There are more than 1,500 vendors trading fruits merely in the market, offering super-budget prices.
2. An Dong market
If you don’t want to drive far, An Dong market is a place to go. Besides a rich clothing supplement, An Dong features a giant grocery where you can find the fruits of your favor. Pricing in An Dong market varies depending on the vendor. It’s best to choose the vendors who set themselves further off the entrance. These sellers will give you a better price with fruits of the same quality. Don’t forget to haggle when you shop for fruits here.
3. Binh Tay market
This massive complex includes goods of many kinds. Fruits here are available in both retail and wholesale. The market opens from 2AM to 22PM, making it ideal for any sudden desire for food. Shopping in Binh Tay market, you should pick a favorite shop to come back and suggest the seller give you the best price next time.
4. Binh Dien wholesale market
Famed for seafood, but Binh Dien is also well-known for selling fresh and cheap fruits. Settled in the west gate of Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Dien welcomes farmers from the Mekong delta to sell fruits from their orchards. Fruits are delivered freshly and consumed every day. The only minus point is vendors inside the market rarely go for retails. If you want a few kilos, it’s better to buy from the outside hawkers but make sure you know how to haggle.
5. Cai Be floating market – Tien Giang
There is no better place to fruit than in Mekong Delta. Getting to Cai Be only takes 2 hours driving on the motorbike. Although it’s a bit far, you’ll be rewarded with the cheapest and freshest fruits ever. The signature of this market is seasonal but mostly seen is pomelo, coconut, pineapple, orange, tangerine, and durian.