Very good bargains on dried fruit but if you can't haggle you will get ripped off just as much here as you will 2 metres out the door and 2 blocks up at Petaling St. They will try to charge you $US30 for caps they...More
About Central Market
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In 2009's visit - I missed checking out Central Market. This time around I made a promise to definitely check it out. Last time we didn't figure out how to reach it. Although it was dead simple and then it was time to leave. One...More
This was great. It's in a big hall with many different stalls. It's quite touristy, not the local experience I was wanting but still great. Prices can be higher than they should be, try bargaining down. There was a great variety of stalls.
i went to this market the last day of my trip.its a good place to buy souvenirs and wooden masks as a gift or for decoration.the price starts from 30 RNM to 300000.variety of metal crafts and wood.i recommend this market to you
This place lives up to its name and recommendations. You need to haggle and haggle hard without being disrespectful. The vendors are happy to haggle and one can have a quite an enjoyable time doing it. There is a wide range of goods being sold...More
This place has a lot of things to sell like hats, scarfs, clothes, masks artifacts etc. I don't know how genuine these products but was nice to look around. We did buy souvenirs like shot glasses, magnets etc which i think was for a good...More
It's more upscale than many Asian markets I have been to. It's clean. Sometimes disorienting. (I made the wrong turn coming out of a shop.) Prices were reasonable at the stores we shopped at. I think it's a good place tourists.
Ended up stopping here for lunch. Very good food with a wide variety of selection and inexpensive prices too! The main food court is upstairs. You can buy local goods as well as a lot of things not made here so do double check if...More