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Mapusa Friday Bazaar

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“local market”(19 reviews)
“bebinca”(7 reviews)
“fish market”(9 reviews)
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Near Mapusa Municipal Market, Mapusa, India
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 11 March 2015

not for the faint hearted, love the market for materials, spices, incense, jewellery boxes, antique door knobs, piles of chillies - just watch you dont step on the live chickens. and go early.

7  Thank BritishInDubai
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 21 August 2014

please do not visit shop of Mr.karekar, who sells untensils, just at the main entry gate(old gate) towards the bustand. The owners both the son and the farther are not all co operative, and they sell duplicate PRODUCTS. I bought a candle filter which had...More

13  Thank kaushalparsekar
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very traditional weekly market, crowed, colourful, great bargains, from tons of veggies and locally grown unpolished rice, to the famous spicy goan pork chorizo sausage, to plants, clothes, cheap furniture, and much more, throbbing with action and riot of colours, aromas and sound,

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went early(10ish) and market was just opening(good for bargain as Indians consider it a bad omen if the first customer of the day doesn’t buy anything). Wear comfortable shoes

Thank rajatjmail
Reviewed 5 October 2018

This is a famous local market in Goa. Mostly you will find fruits and vegetables. There are other stuff like bags, clothes but of very cheap quality and price. I personally didn't like it at all. As soon as i entered it, i took a...More

Thank atuljain2112
Reviewed 18 September 2018

Old fashioned, totally unhygienic market, complete with open drains etc but a must do. This is how all the markets were like all over the world- so nothing different. Full of fresh produce though & lots of little eating places serving the customers & stall...More

2  Thank premolars208
Reviewed 14 September 2018

(Kshmr, Marnik) - Mapusa Friday Bazaar I was visiting Goa out of season, early September. Most of the shops were yet to reopen, many of the beach bars had yet to receive their licences and the tourist markets - I was told - weren’t happening....More

1  Thank BobtheBrit
Reviewed 6 September 2018

I have always known this place from childhood. This place is very close to me as it helped me earn my livelihood. Every Friday in Mapusa people from across do come here and sell various products, from Food, to Plants to accessory, to clothes. If...More

Thank NelvisR5
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Fortunately visited this place on Friday (24th Aug.18). Popular among locals as well as tourists. Range of shops with variety. This is also true that such places do exists in different parts of cities across India.

1  Thank AjayMudgil
Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile

Mapusa Friday market in North Goa is a colourful place to visit and you will get everything here in this colourful market,a must visit place

Thank AllanAdams
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

A daily destination where local shop for fresh vegetables, fruits, household goods.,etc,.However, this market is very famous on Fridays. Please do not compare the markets of Europe.It has it's own style and very Goan.If you want to cook Goan delicacies then this is your final...More

Thank Root_to_sky
Reviewed 18 August 2018 via mobile

This is a local market offering a wine range of fresh food products. I would definitely recommend pork sausages sold directly by the locals. You can also check out the fish and meat market. In case you are among those who loves to cook ,...More

Thank Arjun B
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Response from subuller | Reviewed this property |
Mapusa is an interesting place to visit. We went by bus and hung out around the market for a couple of hours.
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You can buy a fine but costly version at Wendell Rodrick’s store in Panaji or you can buy not so fine but cheaper versions at the local stores or village fairs, yes you can
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Response from Joeswamy | Reviewed this property |
Next to the Friday market area there is the moffusil bus stand and large vacant cleared land which is used for exhibitions, circus erc.is there for parking your vehicle. Even if there is an exhibition going on plenty of... More
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