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This market feels like a more traditional market albeit still filled with the same trinkets as others.
This place really is crammed together and had a food section as well as hair dresser .
Can get some great deals ,
trainers 15 -20 dollars
I asked many locals about the location of this mall and nobody knew where it is. I tried to follow the map and it sent me to nowhere. At last I asked tuk tuk driver and he said it’s the local market Psar Chas only....More
In Vietnam I have to avoid the HCMC markets because the sellers are so assaulting - shouting, pressuring, even begging and whining for me to make a purchase. I loved Central Market because there was no hassle. Even when the seller named their price, it...More
This tells you so much about these lovely gentle people and how they purchase their goods, we walked around here for a couple of hours and have never experienced anything like it! Firstly there are bikes running around the aisles and whilst everyone local is...More
This is a great opportunity to buy some wonderful souvenirs and interact with the locals. If you find a place you really like, bundle your items together to get a great bargain. The prices are fabulous. We bought pants, skirts, headbands and tee shirts. Then...More
I love walking through markets no matter where they are in the world, particularly the food markets. Here you get to see everyday life from the ladies selling meat and seafood which is just sitting on a mat, no ice, to all manner of green...More
Im actually reviewing the city center market. Maybe this is attached? The market has all the local wares to browse and see. Across the street a man was selling a local fruit that tasted like gummy bears
This market has really everything you can ask for , clothing, jewelry , souvenirs, shoes, etc. for tourists as well as fresh food , fruit and vegetables, meat and fish etc. for locals .bargaining is the name of the game here . When asked to...More