I have to be honest. I am a native and I don't like this place. I avoid it at all costs. There's a level of shouting chaos that does not go well with me. (then again, it's a market so expect nothing else)
It's not a matter of "visiting", once you're in the capital city you're likely to come upon this area. Friday and Saturday are "market days" and most of the street is completely blocked from vehicular traffic. If you're like me and hate crowds it's a nightmare.
You would find an array of ground provisions, and fruits and other commodities. Sometimes there are fish vendors. I don't suggest you purchase fish that has been exposed to the heat of the sun for God knows how long. (The government advised us not to do so) The fish market is around the corner 2mins walk.
Ask several vendors for the price of the item you are interested in to have a general idea of 'fair price', as extortion exists according to who is shopping.
However if this type of thing excites you, you can drop by and get some culture.
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