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On this very busy local market, they sell nearly everything.
As usual, it is not very clean with an intensive smell near the fish and meat stalls, where nothing is cooled.
There were also quite a lot of gold and jewelry shops and some goldsmiths...More
Visited Dao Heuang Market on Sunday. Most of the permanent buildings were closed, and the market was not different with any other Lao markets (selling fruits, vegetables; muddy floors). One exceptional feature: there are plenty of money exchanges offering good rates especially from/to USD and...More
Daoheuang is one of the largest markets in the region. It is a wonderful maize of chaos and colour where you can probably find just aboput anything. In the morning one part of the market become a tuk tuk and songthaew station where early morning...More
This is a local market so don't expect anything catered to tourists. It's a place where you can come and truly experience the local life which we love to do when travelling. The locals are very friendly and you can get anything from fresh produce...More
Maybe it' because Laos New Year is in front but the market was crowded, especially with Scooters and cars. Yes.. cars and scooters are allowed to cross the market! It was no fun to go around as all people were in a hurry. The market...More
If you like weaving through tight allyways, smelling questionable assortments of food stuff, China made toys, lit up glass cabinets of gold and just experiencing the real Lao, this is the place to be.
You can buy the traditional Lao dress and have it altered...More