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Sunday Market @ Gaya Street

Monica Tuesday, February 1, 2011 , ,


Gaya Street (Sunday Market) is one of the tourism destinations located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Every Sunday morning, the length of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the Fair.





The Gaya Street's Sunday Market is open on every Sunday from 6.30am to 1.00pm. You can shop for anything under the shady trees and over-sized umbrellas. From fruits and flowers, arts and craft, clothes and footwear, antiques and souvenirs to food and herbs, the market seelike a shopping galore. It is the best place to experience the cross-section of the local population when entire families enjoy a Sunday outing.
Clothes
Homemade Cakes
Sarawak famous Kek Lapis
Kitchen hardware's stall
Souvenir stall
Besides the eyes opening scenery at the market, you will also get to enjoy the bargain process when purchasing good.
Souvenir stall
 
 
Sea shells
Famous Tenom Coffee
As Chinese New Year's festival is around the corner, some stalls in the market are selling some decoration items.
Plants stall
Clothes and Accessories Stall
The market is full of Chinese New Year's atmosphere.
Local fruits and vegetables can be found in the market.
Festive food such as Sea Cucumber are also available.
Also, there are some stall selling toys at a cheap and reasonable price.
Tourists who wish to try some local delicacies, the famous KK snack, Amplang, is also widely available in the market.
Apart from that, Chinese New Year's cookies, biscuits and sweet confectionery can also be found in the market.
Both Chinese and Malay's local delicacies are sold in the market.
If you have no idea on where to get the famous Tongkat Ali or some Malay's herbs, it can easily be found in the market.
Honestly, I'm amazed by the goods sold at the market.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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