If you want to buy books, go to a bookstore. If you want to buy papers, well, find a paper shop. Kinda miss National Bookstore in the Philippines which has everything. If it could probably sell food, it would. Some shops like PNC and Fahasa have paper in stock but not as huge compared to Ngan Thong along 55A Pasteur St. in District 1.
It’s one of my happy places in Saigon.
It’s brimming with paper goodness and knick-knacks.
The ribbon options is just phenomenal. I spend hours just deciding.
I usually come with an idea of what I want and go home with more than what I need.
The wrapping paper section reminds me of Binondo, Manila where I used to get my stash.
Just by visiting, I get lots of ideas on what would be a good project to work on.
It’s literally filled from floor to roof. So better be careful going round the aisles.
Am just hoping my project will come out okay.
Ngan Thong sells a lot of arts and craft items, tools, glues, boards, craft stockings, paints, bracelet and necklace chains, and a whole lot more! Been coming to this place since a few years ago and it never disappoints.
55A Pasteur St., D1
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i know what you mean when you say you wish there was a National Bookstore here. thats what popped into my head as well before. Also i wish there was an ace hardware/ true value. great blog! stumbled upon it while searching for places to eat in in saigon.
Thanks Stephanie for dropping by! I miss Handyman in the Philippines!
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