In Sarawak, the choice of shopping opportunities goes way beyond a walk in a mall or a morning spent visiting a market. Shopping is a day-and-night operation in Sarawak, while also offering a glimpse of the East ‘s cultural individuality and soon you will come to understand why Sarawak is such a common retail centre.

1.Shop at the Main Bazaar

Location: Jalan Main Bazaar, Kuching, Sarawak

A few minutes’ walk from the Tua Pek Kong Temple and Kuching Waterfront is the Main Bazaar, The Main Bazaar is a row of two-storey shophouses that runs parallel to the main road and the waterfront.

The shop houses face the water and this is the place to come if you are looking for souvenirs or traditional arts and crafts. Here, visitors can find a variety of native handicraft items including necklaces, bags, wood sculptures, rattan mats, baskets, ceramics, pottery items and native hunting weapons.


2. Shop at the Sunday Market

Location: Medan Niaga Satok, Petra Jaya, Kuching.

The Sunday Market in Kuching is also often called Satok Market as it is located at Medan Niaga Satok and actually begins on Saturday and lasts until Sunday.
The Satok Sunday Market is actually like a “morning market” to all. The stalls provide a huge variety of local offerings, from snacks, kitchen wet and dry goods, plants, and pets to fashion items, toys, fashion items, and not so many local handicraft items and souvenirs. More specifically, Satok Weekend Market is a fresh ingredients market.

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