Outdoor markets are quite common in Malaysia, especially in East Malaysia. There are mainly small shops where locals sell food or local products. The price is basically cheaper and fresher than the supermarket, and the selection is good.
The Gaya Street Open-air Market is located on the main street in Kota Kinabalu. Every Sunday, the whole street is an open-air market with many stalls. You can buy many interesting small crafts, local snacks and delicious tropical fruits. There are also some souvenirs that need to be taken back, which are also suitable for purchase here.
The open-air market is located in Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. There are many restaurants and vendors in the market, and they are of good quality and low price. However, the food hygiene of East Malaysia needs attention. Some businesses do not make the dishes very clean. Good to buy food that has been boiled at high temperature.
The open-air market is located between Gaya Street and City Park. When there are no vendors selling at the market, it is a wide and quiet street. When there is a market, it is particularly lively and you can taste local specialties.
There are so many things to eat. I have seen many varieties of durians here, red, orange, golden yellow and white.
The market was bustling with vendors and buyers. Fresh fruits and vegetables are at very affordable price. You can find many new fruits found only in Sabah, and they are really, really delicious. The...
Mr friend took me to this market on Friday morning. Many unique fruits and local food were sold in this market. Also got many fresh vegetable and fruits from the jungle were sold here.
We came here as a group for breakfast on the way to kudat. It is a nice local market with plenty of local food stuff. Quite cheap.
This market sold a lot pf vegetables and dried fish and local produce and used clothes. Cheap. Not many local crafts or knick knacks. Parking was a little haphazard.
Sunday Market at Kota Belud is a parade of people and products. People from nearby areas gather to buy and sell local produce..... Photos to follow...