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The oldest market in Almaty, lots of vegetables and fruit also dried fruit cheese and a lot of meat all kind of meat but lots of horsemeat ! typical for Kazachstan. It was interesting to walk around and check the goods . Very few fish....More
Sellers are very friendly but not honest. Practise tricks to cheat customers esp that 1st stall nuts and dried fruit young seller. He took out unfresh goods from under his table and weighed. Said that what he displayed weren't fresh. My 1kg of macadamia only...More
Very good Market for buying Dry Fruits of all varieties at very reasonable prices. Haggling is there and you have to be smart to purchase all these varieties.
Souvenirs are also available. On the whole a very good bazaar.
The bazaar which was bizarre. I loved it. The colours were so vivid, piles of fresh fruit stacked up in neat piles, spices galore but the most incredible meat section. Huge slabs of meat, pig’s heads, horse meat sausages and whole carcasses. I had fermented...More
I briefly visited the market as a part of a long walk around the city. It’s spacious, pretty clean and full of local specialities like cured cheese, horse meat, honey and herbs. Bought a huge pack of freshly dried herbal mountain tea for less than...More
Inside the bazaar there are only foodstuffs sold, although there are lots of souvenir shops just outside. Many of the sellers are outgoing and friendly. The fruit stands in particular are very attractive. In the meat area there is a whole sector dedicated to horse...More
The first thing that caught my eyes were the fresh fruits and vegetables being sold. They looked so beautiful and colourful. The bazaar was clean and there were many choices of food and other items to choose from
We bought our souvenirs from here too
This is a really intersting local market with fruit, vegetable, herb and meat stalls. If you feel suitably inspired it is also a place to try shubat (fermented camel milk) or kymyz (fermented horse milk) - however, I found them to be a bit of...More