Last Updated on Monday, 12 September, 2016 10:36:03 AM
( Street Market )
Updated on 9-12-2012 SUN 11:33AM
When : Every
Location : Corner of Jalan Apas and Jalan Kuhara
Made In Indonesia
Herbs Section (Both Fresh and Dried)
|Low cost toys and happy children.|
FRESH SEA FOODS
|Held each Sunday morning at the corner of Jalan Apas and Jalan Kuhara, here is the place to see the local indigenous community selling their produce.
This is when a mix of races Bajau, Kadazan/Dusun, Indonisian, Chinese and Malay come to sell their goods and socialize with other.
Other then the common items of vegetables, fruits, sea products and handicrafts together are astonishing array of produce from forest vegetables, wild orchids, dried shark fins, tropical fruit and edible seaweed.
Smaller than Gaya Street Sunday Market, Tawau Sunday Market is a local version of Kota Kinabalu’s Gaya Street Fair.
Located at the junction between Jalan Kuhara and Jalan Apas, the locals call this place Takada.
Every Sunday, 7am-12:00pm, along this narrow street, visitors
find stalls selling flowers and gardening supplies. A truly colorful experience.
|Used clothing from Japan and Korea
Secondhand cloths is an international commodity. The second hand clothing are imported from Korea and Japan. The market here have both Brand new and second hand clothing.
Malaysia allows import of used clothes. While Indonesia and Philippines prohibit import of used clothing. At such these used clothes from Japan and Korea found their way to Indonesia and Southern Philippines via Tawau Town.
A wide array of jungle produce. Try the wild ferns and the exotic vegetables such as paku, and bamboo shoots. Housewives come here for weekly vegetable shopping.
The open market, or “tamu” in other part of Sabah,
dates back to the time when shops were unheard of. Farmers from the
mountains, fishermen from coastal and riverine areas and skilled
craftsmen used to walk for miles once a week to gather at a common
ground to barter their wares.
|Aquarium Fish , part of
Sunday Market in Tawau, an exciting place in Tawau for fish
enthusiasts to visit.
These few stalls selling Aquarium Fishes is worth a trip for aquarium enthusiasts happen to be in Tawau.
Here you find fighting fish of various size for sale, aquariums equipment for both fresh- and saltwater tanks.
There are fished of all prices and for all kinds of aquarists. And the sellers will not tell you which rivers they caught their fighting fishes.
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September 12, 2016 10:36:03 AM