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Gaya Sunday Market
加雅街週日鬥磨:

Kota Kinabalu Gaya Street Fair

Gaya Street Sunday Market

城市、鄉鎮 露天市集 / 斗磨
亞庇 (Kota Kinabalu) 加雅街 - 週日
 
古打毛律 (Kota Belud) Pekan Kota Belud - 週日
兵南邦 (Penampang) 東貢岸(Donggongon) - 週四,週五
山打根 (Sandakan) Sandakan Town - 週日
Gua Mantong Jaya - 週日
吧巴 (Papar) Lok Kawi Sabindo - 週末
斗湖 (Tawau) Bandar Tawau - 週日
蘭瑙 (Ranau) Pekan Kundasang - 週五
古達 (Kudat) Matunggong Lama - 週末
Matunggong Baru - 週四
哥打馬魯都 (Kota Marudu) Pekan Kota Marudu - 週末,週日
斗亞蘭 (Tuaran) Pekan Tuaran - 週日
Kiulu - 週二
擔布南 (Tambunan) Bingkor - 週四
實必丹 (Sipitang) Sindumin - 週末
如果您想在民間尋寶,逛沙巴露天市集,當地人又稱其為斗磨,絕對不容錯過。

露天市集並不只是在亞庇市中心才有,一些鄰近地區如古打毛律、擔波羅里、吧巴及東貢岸都有他們本身的露天市集。攤販們擺賣的物品包括本地水果、糕點、手工藝品、古董、水晶石、新鮮海產、蔬菜等,種類繁多,價廉物美。

逛露天市集不僅可以買到便宜貨品,也是讓遊客們與當地人近距離接触的最佳場合。很多產品都是農民或村民自製、自種及自售的,而不同地區的露天市集,特色也有所不同。例如在古打毛律,您可以吃到獨家烹炸的巨型甜薯片;置身於擔波羅里小鎮市集的叫賣聲中,隨處可見和藹可親的村婦,她們咧嘴一笑,露出染有檳榔紅的牙齒,向您表示歡迎。

如果您想要搜刮一些珠鏈首飾,特色手提袋、日常擺設以及木雕紀念品等,每天早上7時至晚上9時營業的亞庇手工藝市場一定不會讓您失望。想要每分錢都用得超值嗎?發揮您的口才,討價還價一番吧。

每週日的加雅街露天市集,就在亞庇市中心擺賣。您可以看到許多早期的銅鑼、手工藝品、盆栽、蘭花、小寵物、陶瓷、家居擺設以及本地特色小食等。不僅是遊客,連本地人也不會錯過享受每週一次的街頭巷尾人擠人的熱鬧喧嘩。

至於前往沙巴東海岸世界頂級潛水勝地的朋友,斗湖將是您的必經之地。在回程時,別忘了買一點斗湖最出名的魚乾及蝦米,送禮自用兩相宜。

對愛美和注重養生的朋友而言,產自山打根馬岱及古曼東洞穴的高品質燕窩必定是首選佳品,您大可在亞庇購物中心,百貨公司以及各中藥行選購或者當您到山打根一遊時,親臨沙巴古曼東燕窩慢慢挑選。

 


Gaya Street was originally known as Bond Street, this is the main street of KK. Fully rebuilt in the 1950s and 1960s, the shop houses were used in the traditional way, with shops on the ground floor and residential units on the upper floors. Today, Gaya Street has the largest number of legal offices, banks and financial institutions of any street in Sabah. It also has many eateries open during the day and night.


The Gaya Street Fair

Every Sunday morning, Gaya Street is closed to traffic for the Gaya Street Fair. For a small fee, traders set up stalls for the morning to sell almost anything-fruits and vegetables, fish, cut flowers & plants, puppies, rabbits, books, clothes, toys, souvenirs & handicrafts, antiques, home-made local cakes & kueh-kueh, food, the famous Tenom coffee, and traditional medicine. There are also mobile health clinics offering minor check-ups, and even politicians who set up desks to meet their constituents. It's amazing what you may find at the Gaya Street Fair.


 

On any day in Sabah, you'll find a range of markets where you can pick up bargains on handmade crafts, crystals, antiques, the freshest seafood, local cakes, vegetables and exotic fruits, Mostly held in the outskirt towns such as Kota Belud, Tamparuli, Papar and Donggongon, these buzzing open-air markets or Tamu are not to be missed!

Apart (from market goodies, the Tamu is a great way to meet the locals and to buy direct from the people who create. make or grow what they sell. Plus, each Tamu at the different location offers different sights, sounds or smells - for instance. the aroma of keropok besina-kayu (crispy giant-sized tapioca chips) In Kota 3elud; the soothing sounds of the sompoton in Tamparuli and sights of friendly sirih-stained teeth women everywhere.


Kota Kinabalu Handicraft Market: While In Kota Kinabalu be sure to check out the Handicraft Market (opens from 7am -9pm daily) which boasts exquisite pearl jewelry and a wide range of ethnic wares such as handbags, table runners, shell ornaments and carved wood furnishings. To stretch your dollar. be adventurous and pick up some local lingo

Gaya Street Fair. Each Sunday as early as 5 AM, the two streets between 4 blocks of shop houses and office buildings in the old original part of Kota Kinabalu are filling up with stall keepers with any sundry goods. From consumables to collectibles.
 


 

INDEX : Kota Kinabalu  April 12, 2014 09:39:19 AM

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