Mani Sithu Market is Nyaung-U's main market in the middle of town and offers food and daily supplies for sale to the local community.
If you want to see where many of the Athen’s restaurants gets their fresh seafood and meat, head to the Dimotiki Agora, or public market.
Tucked away in a narrow dirt side street of Myinkaba Village is the morning market, a little slice of local life.
Panama isn’t an island, but with such a high proportion of coastline to land, it might as well be. So it’s only natural that seafood figures prominently in Panamanian cuisine.
Granada's market is especially good. It's large and colorful, pungent and bustling. And it's the only show in town, so everything is concentrated here.
It's one of Istanbul's real treats to sit on the waterfront of Karakoy sipping Turkish tea, Rika, or a cold beer and watching the sun setting over the striking silhouettes of the mosques across the other side of the Golden Horn.
You can get a lot more than spices at Istanbul's Spice Bazaar, but spices are the undeniable stars.
Santiago's Mercado Central is a mecca for fresh seafood. And a series of restaurants in the center of the market serve up delicious market-fresh meals.
At Phonsavan's morning market you can sit for a tasty bowl of freshly made steaming pho for breakfast or buy some local fruit. You can find much that looks familiar, and quite a lot that doesn't.
Southeast Asia's morning markets are much more interesting than the night markets. Luang Prabang's morning market is no exception.
Hue's Dong Ba market (Cho Dong Ba)--like so many of the markets around the world in places people rely on markets for their day-to-day food and merchandise needs--is a bustling, crowded affair with things for sale crammed into every available space.
Chichicastenango is a town where buying and selling is everything. Its markets are reputed to be the largest in Central America; the range of wares on offer is truly impressive. And the indigenous Maya culture adds a distinct local flavor to the town.
With about 4000 individual stores, Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar has endless rows of storefronts and a staggering variety of merchandise that make for an assault on the senses and, potentially, on the wallet.
There's much to love about Zihuatanejo on Mexico's Pacific coast, and the beach fish market is one of the town's gems.