A maze of bustling alleys and colorful stalls make Albert Market one of the capital's main shopping destinations. Roughly divided into three parts, the market sells fresh produce and fish, fabrics, carved wooden masks, and even some livestock. Try your bargaining skills on some of the vendors--it's generally the best way to get a good price on a desired item. Make your Banjul itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
Albert Market reviews
Nothing to see except locals buying cheap Chinese rubbish and food. In a very crowded, hot and dirty environemnt. No lcal crafts or anything worth actually seeing. If you go in as a white person, you.... more »
It's a good market for food, toiletries, fabric, fruits and crafts. I got some Sheabutter from the market more »
After checking out the market, don’t forget to get by the seaside just behind the market. It has a low key cool view of a local fishing port, a ferry dock and a seaport. A contrast is clearly visible from the local fishing boats, ferry service and big shipping container ships.
This is the place where you can submerge into local daily life and also can buy lot of awesome handmade woodcraft
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