This is NOT an authentic bazaar experience, one that you read about in the books or the vision of which takes you to your Aladin or the Prince of Baghdad video games.
The stores are littered with china-made souvenirs, the people are not to be trusted with their stories of how the products were made, the cafes are unhygienic...so yeah, enter at your own risk!
We didn't want to risk catching an infection or, buying a worthless piece of Chinese junk, so we ended up walking amidst the hoards of people haggling over few pieces of rubbish, soaking in the nicotine-drenched air and brushing off the store-pimps who will typically pose as a "student learning english" or "helpful local"...
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