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Mapusa Friday Bazaar

Near Mapusa Municipal Market, Mapusa, India
+91 832 226 2409
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Cheapest and Fresh Market

To all the non-local people who are interested should visit the Bazar. It gives you a great... read more

Reviewed yesterday
nattikranthi9
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Hyderabad, India
Overhyped, nothing too special

I had heard about the Friday Bazaar at Mapusa and visited it with my colleagues during our recent... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
iammanish2015
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Pune, India
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“local market” (18 reviews)
“dried fish” (10 reviews)
“fish market” (9 reviews)
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Near Mapusa Municipal Market, Mapusa, India
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+91 832 226 2409
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"masala"
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"busy market"
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"bustling with activity"
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"friday morning"
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"buy fresh"
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"incense sticks"
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"cashew nuts"
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"an indian"
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"local stuff"
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"hustle and bustle"
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Reviewed yesterday

To all the non-local people who are interested should visit the Bazar. It gives you a great experience.

Thank nattikranthi9
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I had heard about the Friday Bazaar at Mapusa and visited it with my colleagues during our recent trip to Goa. For our visitors from abroad, these colorful, tightly crammed markets may be an attraction, but for Indians, it is pretty much what we are...More

Thank iammanish2015
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well organised with separate space allocated to shops selling spices ( very famous) bakery products,nuts, dresses and ready made garments,alcoholic beverages, vegetables and fruits, fish and poultry etc. There are two or three restaurants famous for snacks and tea. The place will be swarming with...More

Thank Joeswamy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Mapusa Friday market or Mapusa Municipal Market or Mapsa market by any name you can call it but its worth to visit the market.The market is a total joy box of a variety of products.Ra vegetables,fruits,dry fishes and masalas and even live desi chickens. On...More

Thank KolkataArpan
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

venture out and get the best deals for take away and food to carry back home. you could bargain and get some good deals

2  Thank grensonia
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Reviewed 19 January 2018

This absolutely not the place you should visit if you are terrified of crowds, claustrophobic, or can't stand close proximity. Despite being from Mapusa, I always hated going to the Friday market because of the chaos that happens. However, there are great choices, vast selection,...More

Thank eilonamj
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Reviewed 10 January 2018

We visited here through the week on a motorbike and the hardest part was trying to park the bike. There were loads. Once parked we made our way around the market. I'd been warned about how busy it was but actually it wasn't busy at...More

2  Thank CheekyKB
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Reviewed 2 January 2018

Main Marketplace of mapusa. On Friday you will get various choices of fruits, vegetables, spices & other local products.(homemade) You will also get a lot of migrant hawkers (beware of them - selling fake stuff)

Thank Rod F
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Reviewed 1 January 2018

Try to be there on a Friday if you want to feel the buzz of this market, when it's in full swing, selling anything from meat, fish, clothes, cosmetics, accessories, fruit and vegetables etc. It takes a good two hours to walk through all the...More

Thank SapphireAngel
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Reviewed 27 December 2017

A very busy & crowded market... bustling with activity. While the market is open every day, on Fridays there will be more vendors and possible cheaper prices. During rainy season the place is very messy. The market is big so plan your purchases well as...More

Thank alanjoro
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feyasmin
29 September 2017|
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Response from Sam C | Reviewed this property |
hi. the market starts very early on a friday and continues all day . some will sell the best things by lunchtime but for regular products I would. say you can buy at least until teatime. tiffin 4pm
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Mary J
22 October 2016|
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Response from Muinuddin K | Reviewed this property |
on Sunday's most of the shops r closed.
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Rutvi14
7 June 2016|
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Response from Edelweiss1012 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the market is open all year round, so also in June. Beware that monsoon starts in early June, so be prepared for rainy weather then.
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