Grocery Shopping in Da Nang Vietnam | PRICES INCLUDED | Full Experience 🇻🇳

Grocery Shopping in Da Nang Vietnam | PRICES INCLUDED | Full Experience 🇻🇳

Come with us as we go grocery shopping in our favorite grocery store in Da Nang Vietnam, we walk you through detailed prices for each item before heading to our cherry-on-top location where you can find the sweetest fruits!!! I will tell you the cost in total for a week’s groceries here in Vietnam…

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  • u guys still in danang ? Nice video I am thinking to live their for a while

    Dav Rocket
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Yeah. Great

    x_270 rr_S
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Beautiful details. Great video!
    But I still don't understand the meaning of an expat and a normad?

    May Queen
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Xin chào! “Bạn nhìn tướng rất phúc hậu và hiền lành”
    I mean: “You look at the general very kind and gentle”

    1991 DMD
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • looks Great very simiar to Thailand, maybe cheaper , certainly better by the beach , and very near Hoi An ….Timmy thailand

    Tim Howard
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • All the asian tropical fruits you can go to the local fruits market in downtown Danang for half or less of the price.

    Truong Pham
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • For your motor bike did you get a local license, must you take a riding course if you only have a car driving license?

    L B
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Your videos are great! Thanks for taking the time and effort to make image and info loaded videos

    L B
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I am binging on your videos and getting hyped about moving to Da Nang. You deserve a million subs. Your videos are so informative and I love your chill and happy vibe.

    Vietnam is way cheaper than Thailand! You need at least $1,500 per month just to break even. That will only cover rent, food, bills, and maybe transportation. If you need anything else like gym, going out, travel, clothes, etc. you need at least $2,000. I teach online but bookings have been low so I am looking at other digital nomad gigs I could do. I could be saving a lot in Da Nang plus you have that wonderful beach and mountains.

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • That fruit is called in Vietnamese "xa bô chê", obviously a transcription of the French word.

    Hoang Vu
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I love durian! ☺

    Brian Homer
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I see the prices at that local market are much cheaper. mangoes 20k/kg (100k/kg at MM), watermelon 7k/kg (17k/kg at MM)

    tuấn hoàng
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Do they have frozen fruit for smoothies?

    Mei-Mei Elizabeth
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Can you please do a motor bike rental video. Thank you

    Angelique Se
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I'm a former chef, baker and and pastry chef. I was low-key worried about the ability to get larger amts of eggs, flour, etc..because I bake a lot . Great video because now I know I can still buy my usual kitchen staples in bulk if I want.

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Vietnamese buy their daily foods from the street farm market. You can find lots of farm fresh veggies, fish, tofu ect…and very very cheap too…

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • That fruit is called sapodilla or sapota

    Phong Mai
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Where is the location of your introduction video here … its clean and seems like nice drive to the city area… I used to live in Saigon and wanting to re-locate to Da Nang from Bangkok Thailand

    Pou Kao
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • That fruit looks like what we call "Asian Pear" in the states… really creative name guys haha

    Lils Bee
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • hehehe enjoy shopping

    PE Teacher TV
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I am going to Vietnam next year. Hopefully by that time you still live there and I’ll see you on the beach playing volleyball.

    Blue Sky 21
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I think that fruit is called sapodilla in English. It's pretty tasty and sweet. The Mega Market looks as big as a Walmart or a Costco. Everything looks pretty fresh as well.

    Kim B
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I’m really enjoying reading the comments. I’m in California, where everything is over priced. I’m thinking of making a change, but I’m 67 years old. In my mind I’m still 45. Very healthy and active. Too old for such a change?

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • when u buy at Mega Market, if your bill is over 500k VND, they actually do shipping for free.

    Thắng Nguyễn Văn
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • What you called oatmeal in this video clip is not; it's the 5 beans mixed powder which is better than oatmeal. Just FYI; good protein drink when you mix it with honey. Sapoche = sapota = sam bo che = sapodilla fruit.

    Harry Pham
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • That fruit that you mentioned is called sampucha.( not sure of spelling)it's very sweet and delicious. One of my favorite fruit.

    Tika Nguyen
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I love durian! My favorite type is the thai durian. There are lots of varieties of durian. Not all durian are created equal. Cheers.

    Tika Nguyen
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Hello Ralph darling. It's a lot cheaper for you and your wife to eat out. Vietnamese people don't normally cook at home much. We go out to eat A LOT!

    Tika Nguyen
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • This place is way too expensive, you should go to the local market much more cheaper

    Anh Quang
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • 3:28 lol that make sense 🤣🤣 because we always use water instead of toilet paper. Idk man but it feels cleaner 🤣🤣 so do you prefer water than toilet paper Ralph ?? 🤣🤣

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • eating street food and in restaurants is so cheap, i would never do any grocery shopping here…..vendors with fresh fruit everywhere on the street, no need for grocery shopping…..

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • BigC has the cheapest price and also the widest range of product. But it's very crowded. Lottemart is a little bit higher in price but it's more spacious and has more of imported goods than BigC. Vinmart has the highest price for the same product but it's the most convenient. I don't like Mega that much because I had bad experiences with them back when they were still Metro Cash and Carry. And like you said Joly is the go to place for imported products that you can't find in normal malls and super markets. One mall not many westerners know about is Co-op mart, it's located on the Dien Bien Phu street, very far from the city centre but still is a decent mall especially clothing.

    Nguyễn Hải Dương
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • did you start riding motorcycles as soon as you arrived? Was it easy to get a license? Were you afraid to ride before you started? Sorry for the many questions, I'd be very nervous to ride one 🙂

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I am an American living in Danang. Which store has casual clothes (shorts and tanktops) in western sizes? Do I need to find second hand stores? Are there any of those? I feel very isolated since I don't know the language and have found very few who speak and/or understand English.

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I don't remember the hundred dong notes. How does that work? Do they round up? It's been years since I had durian but it's not bad as far as I can remember. I stayed in a hotel the last time I was in Saigon and someone on that floor had durian and I smelled it the entire time I stayed at that hotel.

    Quang B
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • This video is the reason GOOD youtubers are so NECESSARY. I'm researching all about Đà Nẵng because I'm thinking of moving there. I have all kinds of info on my phone with pictures & addresses – especially food stores & markets. Then thru your video I find that MM Market is the Costco of Đà Nẵng. I had most of the main shopping places & didn't know about this one – the MOST IMPORTANT ONE (at least to me). PLEASE keep these vids coming.
    Unlike most of You Tube, you're doing a PUBLIC SERVICE.
    Merci beaucoup.

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I kept tell my American old man friend move to live there because the live in Da Nang is affordable for $1,000 a month with food and rent. He barely struggle here in California.

    Linh Nguyen
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • it's much cheaper in the wet market: MM $0.74/kg watermelon compared to $0.3 in wet market.

    B L
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Good report on buying groceries !

    Victor Lionel Nazaire
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I love smuckers strawberry jam too.

    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Hi, at 10:05, what's the name of "Sa Po Che" in english ? the origin of the name would come from french 'sapotier', in english would be 'sapote' .

    Phil Võ
    Posted July 12, 2020

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