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Not a tourist market by any stretch but a good experience to see how the locals live. The produce seems fresh but we weren’t game to buy any. Be prepared for everyone to stare at you as you walk past. Nothing was stolen but I...More
I went there with my aunt and this market is the most dirty market I ever seen. Naked kids playing on the crowded street, mostly selling used clothes,vegetables,fish and fruits We are the only foreigner walking on the street. This market mainly for their local...More
Went here for a long strill with my 3 years old, 6 months old and wife.
We did not feel very safe...but itw as super interesting to see the peoper real local market.
The fruits and vegetables are amazing in colour and smells
Sometimes the Real Thing is not pretty, tastefully designed, skilfully presented, or visually awesome... sometimes it does smell, its crowded, its chaotic, its confusing, yet... in this world of fake things, it is real, and will provide you with a total filipino experience. Pretty much...More
I so love cooking and sometimes the urge of hunger attack during wee hours where malls and supermarkets are close good thing Carbon Market is open. This place offers fresh produce for a good deal, you can also buy in bulk to stock it in...More
It may be not the most glamorous market but it is an experience. The nostalgic scene that it make you feel like pre war era. You get to find all sort of amazing finding, stuff you basically Not seen in any other town especially in...More
it's nice to see and taste the local food and fruits
you can also buy some cheap clothes and replica of phones bags and more
it's not mbk bangkok -very far from mbk
but nice for a visit
keep your eyes open and your pocket...More