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Nyaung U Market, Bagan

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Meet the local culture at Nyaung U Market, where you can see locals dressed in traditional clothes spruiking and selling their wares. As you explore the market, you’ll get a glimpse of the history, the way of life, and the fashion of the area. You can also buy a wide variety of raw and prepared food, such as fish and all kinds of meat, as well as vegetables and fruit. Many local artists sell their works here; you can support them by purchasing their pieces directly from the creator. Use our Bagan tour planner to add Nyaung U Market and other attractions to your Bagan vacation plans.
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  • You can see the rich ingredients in Myanmar. Fermented fish as well as fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, spices, dry matter, giblets, chewing tobacco, such as Myanmar's food landscape can be seen. Lively, so they closed at 11 o'clock morning.
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  • How can you you still wonder still cross a market? The answer is in Nyaung oo... An immersion in the daily life of the Burmese population, with its colors, its smells, its cries, its atmosphere, its good shoving child. Not to mention the flower beds of vegetables, fruits, spices, and flowers. No offense to the jaded, the market is a social link that is essential to all people of the Earth... Consume without moderation.
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  • This is one busy place, they see tourists coming in and pounce on the group, trying to sell, odd books, postcards and stuff you don't want but if you just ignore or say no (about 20 times) then they g...  more »