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When my brother and I first reached Saipan, we were told to check out the street markets on Beach Road that are held every Thursday night from 5:00p.m. to 9:00p.m.
The markets consisted of a variety of stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, clothing, souvenirs...More
Visited Garapan Street Market on a recent visit. The market is every Thursday night. The food choices were great and the prices were amazing. The best were the BBQ sticks for $1 each. There were a few interesting booths for shopping. The funny thing was...More
After a long day at Managaha Island, we stopped by the Garapan street market.
There were plenty of food stalls with a decent variety. I found that there were many BBQ stalls that sell skewers, ribs, etc. All food here is much cheaper than the...More
From Thursday nights 5 until 9 or so, dozens of food stalls (and some other stalls selling clothes and random stuff) are set up on Beach Road. While Saipan isn't the cheapest place to dine out, most of the stalls had some great meal deals....More
This review is quite late. I had the chance to experience the Garapan Street Market during one of my trips to Saipan. The best time to visit is in the late afternoon when all the stalls have opened. I find the stalls selling Filipino food...More
I went during the hot afternoon. Apparently the time to shop is evening, because some stores did not open until 4pm and they stay open until 2 am! But the bigger stores like ABC, Saipan Store, and some clothing shops were open, but I was...More
The market has not moved back to it's original location on Beach Road, which is fine with me because it got too crowed there in front of the Fiesta Hotel. It is a lot less hot. There is a good variety of food such as...More
We passed by for dinner and we were not disappointed with the array of dishes and cuisine.
There are a few street markets that are very big and overwhelming. This was a good size and we were in and out very quickly as soon as...More
The Garapan Street Market has (temporarily?) relocated to Garapan Fishing Base, across from Kristo Rai Church (with the tall steeple) on Beach Rd. This is just south of McDonald's in Garapan, still within walking distance of the major hotels.
A good option for this walk...More