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It is a big market where you can find so many different things ! I bought avocado, towels, fabrics and sugar cane. Be friendly and smiling to everybody but firm if people offer you something you do not want to buy. Do not wander around with a camera. People do not appreciate if you take pictures. Take your time. The... 更多
Makola Market is my favorite place to go in Accra. You can buy any kind of Ghanian food, cooked or uncooked and any variety of Ghanian clothing or cloth. It is the real deal, not some Obrunie bringing western marketing to Ghanian trinkets.
It's funny. I grew up in Ghana but living outside of the country and coming home with visitors has given me a whole different perspective on places like this. If you are looking for chaos, and I mean the kind that stimulates all senses at once in somewhat-abrasive way at times, then this the place for you. It is crowded,... 更多
My tour guide took me to this place as he think it is one place that I should not miss. How can you "miss" it as you see so much stuff everywhere. Dry good on one part, foods, fruits, vegetables, you name it, they have it. You just have to watch where you are going as it is packed with... 更多
Mokala market is the largest market in the heart of Accra. You can find anything from food to clothes, hardware, in fact anything you need for the home or office. Best prices too if you know how to bargain.
I travelled with my friends and our local cab driver who knows the market very well. all I can say is that without him we wouldn't been able to even get what we wanted it is extremely busy and chaotic people pushing you around & selling you all sorts of things. Also not being used to the Fish smell it... 更多
I make it a point to visit a traditional market anytime I visit a new place. So how does Makola market compare to other markets of its kind in Africa? Well, it's big and very difficult to find specific items unless you are ready to stroll through every lane available. It can be extremely crowded and hot so my advice... 更多
I visited Makola market several times during my stay in Ghana. It can be very overwhelming and crowded pretty much daily, but so much to see and buy here. There are other markets to visit as well, but this one has so many vendors and so many things to buy. Check it out!
Brace yourself for a steamy experience.Its hot, sweaty, pushy and some shea butter shopkeepers are plain rude so you never know what to negociate. Get a patient, honest local to take you otherwise you are in trouble. Makola is huge and disorganized. This is the clothing/ local material selection. I shudder to imagine what the food section is like.Good luck.