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Market is OK. It's no where near the markets of Thailand so don't go thinking it is.
We visited stall 42 as seen on here. Much cheaper than rip off spice gardens but one piece of advice, ask prices of each item before committing to...More
Yes it stinks in the fish section, and the meat market turned Mrs Johnson vegetarian, for 5 or so minutes. However, its quite a jolly place to wander around for half an hour, being harassed as usual by touts selling sh3t products. The spice man...More
If you dont want to be a tourist victim,if you want to avoid tourist traps go to kandy market hall to number 42. Do not buy from Tea factorys do not buy from spice garden because you will pay switzerland prices and you are in...More
Kandy Central Market is a great for everything local. Go to shop no. 42 to buy spices and teas. Mazrook was amazing. He guided us with the best quality spices at reasonable prices. If you need spices or tea this is the place to go...More
Make sure you head for the “local” building of the Central Market to avoid dodging the many tshirt/clothes salesmen who bother you.
You can’t miss that you are in the right place as it is a quadrangle of fruit and veg stall with No.42 spice...More
Next to the Hela Bojun Hala, is the city’s central market.
It is a one stop shop to meet all vegetarian needs. Situated on either side of the entrance are several shops loaded with all kinds of fruits and vegetables. All of them were fresh,...More
We had alot of time in sri lanka and boaght from alot of stores but the absolute best one was in kandy spice market shop #42 the seller richard was amazing very helpfull and very cheap prices with more discounts and gifts. We will deffinately...More
We were lucky our rickshaw driver cum tour guide took us to Kandy Markey Hall, this is where all the locals come for their shopping.... lots of shops selling a range of products... we got lucky at a lovey saree shop from where we picked...More
Our bus back to the city from the Botanical Gardens deposited us right outside the market, near to the veg and fish stalls. The fish by afternoon was pretty stinky as you can imagine. We spent about 5 minutes just wandering through. If it hadn't...More