SABAH 沙巴   .   GAYA STREET SUNDAY MARKET

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Gaya Street market is only open on Sundays and a great place to get all your souvenirs and inexpensive batik. It’s an indoor local market that has almost anything you want. Take your time to browse through the merchandise displayed and you might discover something you really would like to take home with you.

There are pets - puppies, tortoises, tropical fish, hamsters, birds, rabbits, etc; feng-shui figurines; household items; potted plants; fruit plants - lime, mango, and even a durian tree; fresh flowers; fresh fruit; fresh vegetables; souvenir items - key chains, bracelets, woodcarvings, seashells, T-shirts, caps, etc., and local sweets and yummy strange things to eat. Try the Durian.

The atmosphere is so festive with all the handicrafts, fruits, and colorful garments around. Smell the aromas of local delicacies. It does get hot and stuffy inside due to lack of A/C. Vendors do not take credit cards, and I didn’t see an ATM anywhere, so bring plenty of cash and your haggling skills.

You'll stick out like a sore thumb, but the vendors are eager to make you spend your money. They will almost always bargain with you.
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Every Sunday from 6.30 am to 1.00 pm

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