I recalled this street was known as Bond Street.
After breakfast, we walked from our hotel to Gaya Street. It looked pretty much unchain since my last visit.
I remembered the seashell, flowers and pet stores.
There are stores selling herbal tea and bird nest drink.
The market opens very Sunday on the open street.
The scene is the familiar ‘pasar pagi’ just like other morning markets in Malaysia.
The flora could be the exception in this market as you tends to see more orchids and plants popular in Borneo island.
I love wet market as it is the place where one can really see the daily lives of the local folks.
Food choices that are popular in that area.
Attires and customs.
Colours, scents and sights.
We visited only 1/3 of the market and heading to our next destination.
If you have nothing to do in Kota Kinabalu 6:30am, visiting the Sunday Market at Gaya Street could be good morning exercise.