Gaya Street Sunday Market

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sher88
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia578 contributions
Great sunday market
Nov. 2019
Visited during Raya 2019. This was my 3rd visit after a few years. It has improved in the variety of stalls but still mostly selling the same touristy stuff. Good place for getting souvenirs as you can bargain. Tried the infamous blended watermelon juice and it was really refreshing especially in the hot weather. Great place to stroll would definitely recommend to others.
Written 20 October 2020
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Dr Shawn Paul
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia63 contributions
Arts and Crafts Sunday Market
Mar. 2020
Nothing out of the ordinary, but a nice Sunday market to visit nevertheless, with locals selling their goods.

Keychains, batik prints, fruits, rattan bags were among the things sold.

It does get very hot.

Nice shop selling a variety of buns along the street(non halal) but the name escapes me.
Written 2 April 2020
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Talitha M
Arnhem, The Netherlands1,933 contributions
Huge market
Feb. 2020 • Friends
This market is huge, lots of stuff (souvenirs, clothes, etc) and some fruit/veggies in a seperate area. Also nice restsurants for lunch. We also went to the nightmarket on saturday, which is mostly food but soooo good!!!
Written 26 February 2020
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Anthony S
Coombabah, Australia1,198 contributions
A good variety
Feb. 2020
A typical type of sunday markets with a range of foods, clothes and knick knacks. A good atmosphere with the street being blocked off
Written 22 February 2020
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Steven Chai
111 contributions
Sunday market
Dec. 2019 • Family
Likes the place, selling food, cloth, fruit, accessories even a pet. The road is closed for this Sunday market. Visit early to avoid a lot of people.
Written 3 January 2020
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caroline w
perth96 contributions
Sunday Markets
Dec. 2019
We arrived around 10.30am on sunday for these markets and they were in full swing so much food and clothes, and much more to choose from these markets go for miles street after street after street it can get very hot inside them (even though they are in the open)
Written 29 December 2019
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Joan Paulino
Makati, Philippines14 contributions
A lot of product’s
Nov. 2019 • Couples
A typical type of Sunday market where they showcase local products yet its a bit pricey. As a Filipino we have a lot of that back home so I only bought shirts with sSabah design😂 plus we went there late like 10 in the morning so hot hahaha Lastly I tried Laksa and I’m not a fan of curry 😊 but the restaurant is very good very organized and fast in service 👍🏼👍🏼Let’s not overrate😉 this is my honest review
Written 20 November 2019
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Alaksander
Singapore, Singapore140 contributions
2nd time visit after 10 years
Nov. 2019
The place has become far more commercialized compared to when i first visited 10 years ago. I would say it is worth a visit only if you have extra time. It has become a place to shop for souvenirs. Somehow i felt the place has lost a little bit of its soul..
Written 18 November 2019
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Mini Brown
Taichung, Taiwan270 contributions
Fun place visit
Nov. 2019 • Family
Local market always fun to visit, on Friday and Saturday night at Gaya street have night market for food/drinks and show, at Sunday have day market, if you around there on those days then it’s good place to be and see the local culture.
Written 8 November 2019
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yapyy
Singapore, Singapore56 contributions
you can get all things "SABAH" from this place
Nov. 2019
Go early if you want to avoid the hot sun.
This is a must-go place for tourists, because you can get everything tourists want: souvenirs, key-chains, t-shirt, Tenom Coffee, handicrafts, local foods..... my wife's favourite? Sabah pearls!! Sabah does produce pearls. my wife bought tons of pearl bracelets for all her friends, and she got a good bargain. My favourite is the water melon juice sold in whole-fruit.
Since this is a tourist place, bargain is a must (for souvenirs). If you want taste of local food, there are plenty of restaurants here, but those famous one are always crowded. This is a very short street, but If you like shopping, this place can consume half your day.
Unfortunately this place only open on Sunday.
Written 8 November 2019
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