COX’S BAZAR SHOPPING SAFARIS
The Burmese Market of Cox’s Bazar may not be, quite, a Souk, but it is not a bad representation of the ancient tradition of Arabic traders, who have bought and sold here for thousands of years. There is much to explore in the market, including the fabrics, the woods, the brass and bronze; and cultured pearls of every shade.
Fragrances and candles, savons and silks, all laid out to tempt you. And, as though that weren’t enough, there is always the Beggars Market at nearby Ramu, the Teknaf Burmese market, on the banks of the Naf River, and the myriad hawkers beside the beaches.
Hand weavers to watch at work in tribal villages, and needle works to the highest standard. What more could your credit card or wallet want?