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I would give the market a 5 but many of you would say 1 star, so I will compromise at 3. Now to explain why
The market is gigantic, populated with small crowded stalls, each about 3 feet wide. The market is divided into departments....More
Crowded and busy market, but worth going out of your way to visit. Have a good idea of what you want and the price you want to pay before going. The store holders are understandably keen to sell, but don't let this bother you. Just...More
It's awesome to walk thru the market place and enjoy the lively interaction of sellers and customers. It doesn't matter what you're looking for, you'll find it here and probably at better prices than any department type store and the experience is free.
It's a typical African market but organised comparatively to others. Friendly people who are trying to sell articles. You can negotiate the prices of all the articles and they are relatively cheap too.
I have been to many markets around the world, and I would say that, though this market is large and has a lot, it is very tight quarters (rows are small) and it is also dark so it was hard to even look carefully at...More
Kimironko is a pretty typical African market where haggling is the standard. Everyone was friendly, and most of the sellers spoke good English, aiding negotiations. If you do not want to haggle for prices, do not go here. Likewise, if you do not want to...More
Authentic Africa. Try to get a guide to visit the market with you. You can stroll through the amazing food part of the market quite easily as a visitor. The variety of food on offer is amazing. However, as you plunge into the depths of...More