Naga Bazzar

Naga Bazzar, Kohima: Address, Naga Bazzar Reviews: 4/5

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Mitali2015
Guwahati, India358 contributions
When I entered this market, first thing caught my eyes were live creatures like grasshopper, rabbits, toads, rats, larva etc are on sale. Nagas' like to eat those things.
many other locally produced things are also available here like local varieties of rice, vegetables ,roots and tubers etc.
a must see while in Kohima.
Written 28 December 2020
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Ankur M
Ghaziabad, India195 contributions
Friends
So far the most strange market ever seen in my lifetime. A very different place. You can find a variety of things right from new veggies to fishes, insects, frogs, etc.
Written 31 July 2019
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Samjukta Chakraborty
Kolkata (Calcutta), India32 contributions
Closes by 4 o’clock in the afternoon; sometimes 5. The shops aren’t that great as you’d expect in a tourist place. One time visit is enough. Little bit pricey.
Written 27 February 2019
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Kartik Bandi
Munsiyari, India20 contributions
Friends
Do try some of the food you get in Kohima. I personally recommend silkworms. They taste amazing and make for a good combination with a cup of rice beer.
Written 28 June 2018
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Anil Tarkhedkar
Nashik, India79 contributions
Couples
Naga markets are quite different from other, many varieties of green vegetables , roots and fruits. Spices , types of meat and dry fishes.All ways markets are full of crowd. Traditional dresses, farming equipment’s, flowering and show plants are for sale in the market. The market is colourful and full of enthusiasm.
Written 26 May 2018
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Lexvold123
Toronto, Canada97 contributions
Friends
Lots of local foods and lots to see.
Basement is meat and fish.
All sorts of odd stuff to see.
Frogs, birds, snails, worms 😝, and muck much more.
Written 18 September 2017
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anitha g
Bengaluru, India279 contributions
Family
A walk through the market will give you a good idea about the food habits of Nagas. The market was teeming with mulberry silk worms (supposed to be delicious, costs only Rs 2500 per kg!!!)Birds, Rats, frogs, dried fish, snails, wild mushrooms, honey combs, and much more!! its an experience by itself to just watch people bargaining and buying these stuff.
Written 14 July 2017
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SunnyandBuster
Seattle, WA738 contributions
Friends
In any part of the world it is a great experience to wander through the local markets seeing commerce in action. Here you will find small walkways with an extensive variety of fruits and vegetables, fish, fogs, eels, insects, grains, chickens etc. etc. This is not a place to buy local crafts that you might take home as gifts.
Written 8 April 2017
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William Q
Singapore, Singapore53 contributions
Solo
Actually I am not sure you would call this area Naga Bazzar as the real Naga Bazzar does not have a bazaar anymore. In this local market it was filled with locals selling clothes, a fun fair, food, toys and stuff. It was definitely catered more to a local audience. Outside the gates you can find people selling vegetables, fruit, insects and the like.
Written 13 January 2017
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Masayoshi
Fujisawa, Japan3,949 contributions
Solo
Heavy traffic congestion was there.
So, I walked through.
Not a big deal as it takes a few km from the end to the end.

My guidebook says live insects are for sale, and I've confirmed...

Not much to see for tourists I'm afraid, but I could not miss that.
Written 10 December 2016
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