One of the best markets I've been to yet in South East Asia.
It is a really really big market that is in a loop fashion, I would recommend grabbing a map of one of the information desks once you get there so you can map out where you want to go.
I went two days in a row and bought lots on both days.
It has a huge array of foods, clothing, gifts, homewares, paintings, pet-wares, jewelry, massages/manicures and vintage-ware; it is really extensive.
Certain places you are able to bargain with but a fair amount have set prices, you will have a greater chance of bargaining a price if you have a big smile on and also if you are buying multiple things.
The market is easily accessible by the underground, the exit literally takes you right to one of the entry gates of the market. Definitely worth a visit even if you don't want to spend ages shopping as it's quite a cool place to just grab a smoothie and walk around or try out some of the strange foods. It also has a wonderful and quite large park opposite.
Also if you wander around to the back side of the market (on the outside of the market) you can come across the fish market which has lots of exotic fish and pet fish for sale. The conditions they are in is not the best so if you think you may become upset or offended by this possibly give it a miss.
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