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This market really gets going about 5pm but if you come a bit earlier you can have a look at the silver shops and temple as this is the silver district. Not as crowded as the Sunday market or as touristy as the night bazaar...More
What a wonderful, brought and thriving Market this was. it was busy but the crowd kept moving along, different live music along the market. there was everything from pouches, wallets, soaps,perfumes, bags shoes clothes and so much food wonderful, beautiful food, sweets or savory. even...More
As indicated in the subject, it's worth to check it out if you are near, but you would be better off visiting the night Bazar. The waking street is really crowded and most of the goods sold are cheap souvenirs. You can find places to...More
I love visiting this market. I visit at least once when staying in the area. It's a local market with local produce, prepared food and crafts, along with the other commercial products available at any market.
I most enjoy simply strolling through the market taking...More
There is a deaf man who is about half-way down the Saturday walking street on the right side if you come in at the Gate. He has a sign with the price of the t-shirts as he can't speak. The shirts we found were the...More
You can find everything from sale from a clove of garlic to an Isuzu car fresh vegetables clothes shoes hats and bags potatoes a real assortment of grubs bugs crickets dressing gowns and puppy dogs ... incredible!!!