Buoi market take place on the 4th, 9th, 14th, 19th, 24th and 29th day of the lunar month, but Buoi market at the end of the year is always the most crowded and bustling time.
A special feature of Buoi market in the days nearing Tet is that the number of street vendors from other places exceeds the number of fixed shops.
Many flowers with full colour and size.
Orchids from the Northwest mountains brought to sell at the market.
Orchid flowers and Cymbidiums are transferred from Da Lat to serve the demand for Tet flowers of Ha Noi people.
The seller trimmed the tree, posing as requested by the customer.
The bustling shopping atmosphere in the middle of the ward.
At one corner of the market, there are still people selling animals like dogs, cats or chickens.
Coming to Buoi market at the end of the year, there are people who buy Tet flowers, people who admire bonsai, people who buy seeds and flowers, but also some who come to the market simply as a pleasure.