It's too busy. A lot of things are sold, fruits, flowers, fruit trees, clothes, coffee, drinks, snacks, hand letters, health care products, daily necessities... It's so hot. I bought red durian, bean flower, shellfish ashtray, fruit juice, red hair dan, some fruits can't name, the local people like flowers, many beautiful flowers, it's a pity that they didn't buy sarpa fruit to eat.
Sunday is the weekend market opening day on Jaya Street. If you don't feel how to do it, you can exchange horse coins and go to the market. Fair is not exciting and surprising. It is like a special event for tourists like us. When we meet Yifeng Tea Room in Nethongdian next to the market, the business is amazing. It's hard to find a seat, eat the signboard Weisha, Niuzao, and drink Lacha. It's really good. The taste is far beyond the environment. No wonder Ma Yundu once visited the shop, which is a worthwhile trip.
Quality Comments - "This Sunday's market is actually GAYA Street (Jaya Street). Usually the day of GAYA Street is a street with traffic function. Although there are many small shops on both sides of GAYA Street, even some Chinese clubs and fellow citizens'associations are also on GAYA Street. There are more than ten so-called dining rooms opened by Chinese or local people on the street. Some serve breakfast, some open at noon, and even some only cook dinner. Every Sunday, the local GAYA is open to all vendors. The whole GAYA street becomes a pedestrian shopping street. It can buy a lot of daily necessities, eat many delicious foods, and become a necessary place for travelers to Asia and Kobe.
The Sunday market in Gaya Street has a good time and is worth visiting. Fruits of all kinds - colorful, and the price is OK. It's much better than the Durian Market under the bridge. It's a good place to take a look at all kinds of small commodities - small animals, drinks all kinds of juice, orange ice and buys hand letters. Of course, don't miss it. Five-star Hainan Chicken Rice.
Sunday market, like domestic flea market, friends in Guilin should know that the flea market near Guanyiqiao is similar to that one. But there are still so many people. It's very economical to buy some letters and take them back to China to send relatives and friends. Another thing is to taste authentic local fruit. That pineapple is too sweet.
This is a great area to walk around and get dried foods etc at great doscounted pricing. You can also find lots of fruits and vegetables there. Will strongly recommend you try the friuts before getting too many. Can bargain more than 50% when purchasing as they mark up alot especially to tourists.
Gaya Street Weekend Market is also a feature of Yabe. Every Sunday, all the vendors come early to set up their stalls and sell their own characteristics. Old things, fruits, tourist souvenirs, and all kinds of hand-made soaps. Anything else. There are also ancestral secret prescriptions for all diseases, very lively. It's good to buy some fridge stickers.
The market was very busy on Sunday. From one end of Jaya Street to the other, the stalls were full of stalls. They bought lotus mist at a super-cheap price of 8 cents per kilogram. It was sweeter than the one bought in Xiamen. There were also pineapple juice and watermelon juice directly stirred on the street. It was just a piece of directly opened and stirred. It felt good.