Either in black and white ….
or in burst of colors…
Some say that you’ll learn a lot about a place when you explore its public market. I cannot agree more.
From the fresh garden produce…
To dry goods that are uniquely appealing…
This vibrant 3 storey public market was the first place we went to after we hopped into a taxi cab that toured us around which was referred by the hotel where we checked in.
How could we miss Kota Bharu Central Market when in fact it’s one of the most photographed places in Kelantan. It’s nothing but common market but it frequently draws crowd particularly tourists perhaps because of its unexplainable charm.
We bought two malong for only RM 10 (PhP 140) each for pasalubong to one of our friends.
We’ve been to Chatuchak Market in Bangkok that’s so huge that even a day isn’t enough for you to enjoy. But nothing compares to our very own Divisoria! :p
Do you usually explore public market/s when you travel?
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