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Jayma Bazaar Osh, Osh
(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Immerse yourself in the bustling traditional market of Jayma Bazaar Osh. One of the largest bazaars in the capital city, the market offers foodstuffs, apparel, household goods, electronics, second-hand items, musical instruments, and even a cattle market. Metal containers packed with merchandise and stalls spread under tents or even rugs stretch for miles along the valley. See traditional slippers or multicolored patterned rugs and textiles, inexpensive and plentiful. Exotic and chaotic, you will get an opportunity to try and bargain over pretty much anything. Add Jayma Bazaar Osh and other attractions to your Osh trip itinerary using our Osh holiday planner.
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  • Here is life and leben and a phenomenally folk life. Here is the real goods that people need to use on a daily basis, not all the tourist goods, as many meetings, too many of in other markets around the world. Really a wonderful place with local color.
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  • A trip to Osh Bazaar can not miss if you are in town. It's not much different from other country's Bazaar but is big enough and provided that you will find something that before entering you didn't think you wanted. Clothing, junk of all kinds and of course plenty of food for everyone. Have something delivered while walking around and get lost under the tent between the narrow rows of containers and under the shed, somewhere you will leave and you will find yourself on the opposite side where you thought you were!
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  • The bazaar has everything from traditional Kyrgyz or Uzbek textiles to meat. It is very big and during certain times of the day very crowded! It also has small places to eat and buy drinks. Would avoi...  more »