Photo: Pak Ou caves.

Dara Market

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You’ll unearth lots of modern Made-in-China goods here like mobile phones, DVDs, jeans and brand name (knock-off) sneakers, but also hardware shops, dried goods and everything else under the sun.


Photo of Dara Market

If you plan to go trekking you can pick up essential equipment like a torch, backpack, boots or cookware. The location is quite central and it’s worth stopping by to browse through the odds and ends.


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