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It was quite interesting to see the fresh food and produce market since we saw some very interesting fruits and some very strange looking dead animals hung up in the shop. Have a look at my pics and you will know.
All the markets in the Yangshuo and surrounding villages are just amazing places to see what local life is like - what people grow, eat, how they socialise. Do what I do and try to go to as many guilin rice noodle stalls as possible....More
This is a real Chinese farmer market. You'll find fruits, vegetables and meet. There's a small area where they sell dogs(slaughtered). Don't take pictures, the people don't like to ne photographed there.
We visited the wet market a couple of times to buy fruit for our breakfasts: mangoes the size of footballs, tennis-ball sized passion fruit, crisp persimmons and tiny, delicious grapes. Wet markets show you what local people eat and I like to see the variety...More
This isn't a tourist attraction! I've been to plenty of local produce markets (or wet markets) and this the drabbest. It is all there from a food perspective and the place is a cacophony of human and animal sounds along with the odd motor-bike.
If you want to experience real China, visit the local farmers market. It is on Pantao road. You will see vendors selling produce out front. There is what looks to be an alleyway on each side leading back into the local market. It is an...More