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All reviews fruit local market keep an eye large market meat section crowded place clothing section electrical appliances local snacks fresh produce traditional clothes experience the local culture english is spoken at reasonable prices worth the trip central asia great place to visit
Bazaar is well-known all around the country and it's a must see if one stays in Bishkek longer than for a day or two. However, you will find here extremely wide selection of almost all staff normally seen in Asian markets. Starting from fruits and...More
This bazaar is close to city center (I walked 2 mi as it was a nice day) and has a wide range of items. It has diverse foods including breads, meat, produce, dried fruits, and nuts; clothing, shoes, bags and luggage, a book seller, souvenirs...More
This is the place to experience the real local feel. It is the shopping center of the town for locals, who buy here from vegetables, meats, nuts, spices to clothing or utensils. There are few stalls, which also offer traditional clothing/shoes/hats, but tourists are rare...More
Has many things - assorted food, meat, bread, cookies, clothes, accessories, lots of souvenirs shops (greater selections than other places, at better prices)
My husband who’s very picky with food complimented the delicious BBQ chicken I bought him. It was freshly made from the street...More
I've visited quite some bazaars across Central Asia, and this one is positively huge. Large sections dedicated to clothing, fruit etc. spilling out from the main location into the streets and adjacent buildings make for a huge spread out market.
Offerings are as expected from...More
Osh Bazaar is a large market close to the center of Bishkek. There is a large clothing section, however the fresh produce area was much more interesting. Locally grown vegetables and fruit as well as many dried fruits and nuts were available at competitive prices....More