You thought being in a Tesco or Ikea was crowded enough, but looks like they’ve met their match in this 43-million-square-foot market in China. Located in Yiwu, China, this is the world’s largest ‘small commodities’ market – meaning they sell everything from fake flowers to clothing and toys.
It may be hot and sticky where you are but in the Southern Hemisphere, winter is well under way. And ‘tis the season for mulled wine, comfort food, and hibernating beside a fire with a bowl of something steaming. To help lure Melburnians from underneath their duvets, there’s Luna 1878: a new night street market running weekly throughout August.
Situated in the heart of Braamfontein, Johannesburg, the Neighbourgoods Market has become the ideal spot to visit every Saturday for a high quality market experience, and is becoming the landmark for the urban regeneration in the area.