The Fruit Market
The first port of call would be the fruit market. It was newly renovated and the whole place appeared new compared to the last time we came to visit.
According to the vendors, the new market had only been opened last July. They were nearly arranged in rows and very spacious. One thing that was very obvious was how clean the place was.
The vendors were friendly and were smiling away. Some asked about what we were up to and we told them that it was a yearly thing that the get together for this sort of a hunt. Some of them were reluctant to have their photos taken, and we completely understood.
Of course we didn't take pictures at the area which did some copied products. There were also a thriving business of gold-plating jewelleries around the place.
The fruits there were nice and fresh, much better compared to the local supermarkets. No durians though. Those were sold outside the market..
The lights in there was fantastic. The new building allowed for natural lights to enter from high above, all at an angle giving nice, soft light. It was still early afternoon and it didn't feel warm. A perfect place to do photography. Shame that I didn't have a telephoto lens with me at the time.