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aka "Cheap market"

The Sunday market is devized for those people who are struggling financially in life.You will find... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2015
georgetoutounji
alive !

as a professional shopper, I didn't find it very interesting like Dubai etc. but was loveable... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2015
hossein s
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6 days ago
“Great, though not for everyone it seems!”
6 May 2017
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Corniche Al Nahr Emile Lahoud Ave, Beirut, Lebanon
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This market may not be for some people who post here, but it's bustling and has some great flea market/junk/antique stalls among the knock off clothing. If you like to dig among junk for treasure, records, curios etc, and you like to get away from...More

1  Thank dominiclg
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Is the best sunday shopping place u can find anything used or new you cant imagine Interesting place

2  Thank Kevork G
Reviewed 27 November 2016

Not a place for tourist, but excellent for people who plan to stay in Beirut for a bit longer. No souvenirs, no antiques, just a place for local people to buy cheap, common things. Clothes, tools etc.

3  Thank jurjuszi
Reviewed 31 July 2016

There are lots of very cheap clothes, shoes, electronics and DIY stuff, along with random tat, boot sale type stuff, some spice stalls, and random stalls. There are some modern low-quality antiques. In summer it's hot and it's not that clean. You won't find many...More

5  Thank Alasdair I
Reviewed 22 April 2016

you cannot walk there because it is so dirty and messy and crowded. I tried to see what they sell but could not enter mor than few meters.

2  Thank joumana s
Reviewed 9 July 2015

The Sunday market is devized for those people who are struggling financially in life.You will find all sorts of goods-from new : clothes,hardware,home&kitchen accessories,bathroom towels,shampoo,cleaning detergents, counterfeit computer software,electronics (all sorts) @ affordable prices-have the seller test them for you...AVOID the restaurants - DO NOT...More

2  Thank georgetoutounji
Reviewed 12 April 2015

as a professional shopper, I didn't find it very interesting like Dubai etc. but was loveable :) I can say the restaurants beside the street were more interesting for me . the goods inside shops were not as intresting as they should be ! an...More

2  Thank hossein s
Reviewed 4 January 2015 via mobile

This is not a common shopping destination nor a touristic one. Souk Al Ahad (meaning the sunday's market) is an old cheap market that sells old stuff to people. No Lebanese people go there and it should be omitted from TripAdvisor's list of shopping destinations....More

4  Thank Tania S
Reviewed 11 December 2014 via mobile

Doesn't have it's place in TripAdvisor lists. It's Not a shopping mall or Bazaar or touristic place to visit. They sell very old and used stuff. Very dirty place to avoid. When you visit a new country, sometimes you visit strange places to discover the...More

6  Thank Cvdaou
Reviewed 21 October 2014 via mobile

This is not a shopping place... This a place for everything used and imitated. This should not be listed in the first place! Sorry...

4  Thank Joseph H
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