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The Bazaar is sadly mainly selling products made in China. A sign of the influence of China’s Belt Road Initiative I suspect.
Anyway, hidden amongst the stalls selling Chinese crap, are locally made craft and saddlery stalls and the food section is pretty exotic with...More
The Jayma Bazaar in Osh is a great place to visit if you like the throngs of people which we do. We spent a few hours here last August, bartering, interacting with the locals and only buying a few things, mainly stocking up on spices...More
Came here every day for several consecutive days, never got bored! Unlike in many other markets around the world, there is no harrassment and the prices are very honest, i did not feel like being ripped off once. Everything you could wish for is here,...More
Been to many Central Asian markets and this one ranks as 'average' with its range of products and goods, from clothes to consumables as awesome fruits/nuts and spices sections to my favorite master craftsmen forging metal and woodwork.
The market itself is worth a visit,...More
Having found yourselves in Osh, you must visit the local Jayma Bazaar. The huge oriental market stretches for kilometers along the western Ak-Bura riverside. One can find there everything: food products, clothing, household goods, textiles, souvenirs and even a cattle market.
Seasonal vegetables and fruits...More
The bazaar has everything from traditional Kyrgyz or Uzbek textiles to meat. It is very big and during certain times of the day very crowded! It also has small places to eat and buy drinks. Would avoid on a too hot day though! And make...More
The bazaar is located in the center of Osh city, on both sides of the river. There are several small bridges to cross the river. An interesting thing about this place is that you can buy pretty much anything there. Local handcraft, food, clothes, old...More