Sunlight enveloped the aisle of the crowded bazaar with buyers and sellers in Yangon, Myanmar. In addition to a famous Bogyoke market, Yangon has many other markets, especially the market located on the roadside.
Coming there, you will smell the jasmine from the women who wearing a wreath full of hands to sell for housewives or passersby. Not only that, you can smell the aroma of meat, fish and chicken. Like most other markets, roadside markets in Yangon offers a full range of food products from eggs, cheese, thanaka cream – creams that locals used to apply sunscreen to their face.
Streets with fragrant jasmine
Along the streets with fragrant jasmine, people sit around with the rice sacks or plastic bowls, bamboo baskets containing carrots, tomatoes and numerous other fruits and vegetables …
So far, you will see a blinking light emitted from the cans, that is fishmonger with the fish piled on banana leaf plates. Observe a little more, you will seen turmeric shop that is yellow brilliant.
Subculture of roadside market in Yangon
If traders focus crowded, customers also not inferior. People of all ages with different dress styles busy shopping for what they need or are simply looking for a dish.
A robed monks left holding the newspaper, right hand holding the bean sprouts bag. The tattoo men wear T-shirt and traditional dress. Seen from afar, you may feel very bustling bazaar and you will quickly discover cultural beauty here.
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