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My husband and I visited here, and we were in and out in ten minutes. This definitely isn't a place for tourists, and the locals do not look impressed that tourists venture in. I was pushed around, and shouted at.
This is mainly a wholesale market mainly but sellers will sell individual items if you want them. It's packed with all types of children's and adult's clothes, shoes, fabric, suitcases and some household goods. It's huge. I didn't see the food section so can't comment...More
We went here for a visit to look at the wholesale process.
We did not buy anything inside the market, but at the stalls surrounding the market we did.
There is a great looking restaurant on the left, catering for tourists, the food...More
Visited this market on a Monday and was not impressed at all. I had read previous reviews on TripAdvisor but wanted to experience the place first hand. The previous reviews were right. I found the stall holders not very friendly, most didn’t even acknowledge me....More
A very big market spread over 4 floors of the building,selling all the usual gifts and souvenirs plus lots of household goods,hardware and electrical goods for locals,there are many stalls selling material and a great range to choose from if you make your own clothes.The...More
Visited this market today and was not impressed at all. I had read previous reviews on TripAdvisor but wanted to experience the place first hand. The previous reviews were right. I found the stall holders not very friendly, most didn’t even acknowledge me. I looked...More
Good, huge markets with everything you can think of. Be aware that it’s incredibly busy, squashed in, four levels and minimal English is spoken. Awesome place to grab a bargain and can barter with most of the stall holders