Hang Khoai is over 360 meters long and it got its name from the suburban farmers that congregated here every day to sell their produce to people visiting the nearby Dong Xuan market.
They mainly sold different kinds of root vegetables such as potatoes, sweet potatoes and taro, along with rice, maize, beans and cassava. It is a street of small businesses and part of the Dong Xuan Market. Near the Nguyen Thiep intersection are shops selling bamboo baskets, ropes and incens. Further along there are shops specialising in glazed porcelain cups, bowls, plates, water pipes, vases, and inexpensive household items imported from the pttery kilns of Bat Trang and Mong Cai villages. Several shops also offer glass lamps and bottles. Those near Huyen Thien Co Quan sell Phu Lang and Tho Ha terracota including jars, clay pots, and ceramic funeral urns.
- Hang Dau Street (Bean Street)
- Hang Gai Street ( Ramie Street)
- Hang Quat Street (Fan Street)
- Hang Hom Street ( Trunk Street)
- Hang Manh Street ( Bamboo Blinds Street)
- Hang Non Street ( Conical Hat Street)
- Hang Thiec Street ( Tin Street)
- Hang Bo Street ( Bamboo Basket Street)
- Bat Dan Street ( Porcelain Bowl Street)
- Hang Bong Street ( Cotton Street)