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Jankara Market
Jankara Market

Jankara Market

Market

Lagos

203

Work, Meet friends, Buy/Sell

History of Jankara Market Jankara Market. It is notable as a place to source for locally made products at pocket friendly rates Jankara Market is one of the largest markets in Lagos offering a variety of beads, tie-dyed cloth, pottery and even clothing. Security/Safety of Jankara Market This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Jankara Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: A pair of sunglasses Light clothing Face cap or hat Things to do while at Jankara Market Visit the various stalls Best Features It is a place to buy locally made goods Writer's Review To go get nice locally made goods at affordable prices Most common visitors Tourists, Historians, Curators. Lamentations of Jankara market traders- The headline in 2012 after the Jankara market got burnt as reported by the Vanguard newspaper

Lekki Craft Market
Lekki Craft Market

Lekki Craft Market

Market

Lagos

213

Work, Meet friends, Buy/Sell

History of Lekki Craft Market Lekki Craft Market is notable as a place to get quality African art and craftwork. Looking for quality craftwork in Nigeria? The Lekki market provides beautiful and affordable craft works that celebrate the richness of the African, especially the Nigerian culture. Security/Safety of Lekki Craft Market This is a very safe location. Don't leave your belongings unguarded What To Bring Before heading to Lekki Craft Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Face cap or hat Light clothing Things to do while at Lekki Craft Market Visit the various stalls Best Features It is a place to get cultural items. Writer's Review To go get quality goods at affordable prices. Most common visitors Art lovers, Tourists. Curators. Crafts market Lekki- An excerpt from a piece by iloveLagos blog.

Balogun Market
Balogun Market

Balogun Market

Market

Lagos

176

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

About Balogun Market Balogun Market was built in 1970s. It is notable as the best place to buy fabrics, shoes and all sorts of wears With no particular address, because it sprawls across so many streets on the island, this is arguably one of the largest markets in West Africa. Security/Safety of Balogun Market This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Balogun Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Shopping list Cash or Credit/Debit Cards Sunglasses and/or hat Your bargaining A-game Things to do while at Balogun Market Try these at Balogun Market: Search and patronize the numerous stores Best Features A market spanning a lot of streets is sure to provide something of all you might seek in a market. Balogun market serves a major role in the textile and leather industry. Writer's Review It is best explored with someone that knows their way around so grab a buddy or associate and head to the market for some nice locally made and international goods at affordable price. Lagos State’s Balogun Market goes global using Electronic Commerce - Ventures Africa, Feb 12, 2016

Oshodi Market
Oshodi Market

Oshodi Market

Market

Lagos

321

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

About Oshodi Market Oshodi Market was established in 1860 to support its slave trade activities. Built by Colonial Government. Located in the busy and rowdy Oshodi area, the former location for this market, Owonifari, has been demolished and is being turned to a bus terminal while the marketers have been relocated to a newly built market complex in Isopakodowo area of Oshodi. Security/Safety of Oshodi Market This is a very safe location. Be mindful of your possessions are pick-pockets are known to target the least aware What To Bring Before heading to Oshodi Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Shopping list Your bargaining A-game Best Features It is in the popular Oshodi area which is reported and known to be a reference central place from every bus terminal in Lagos as you are sure to see a bus heading to Oshodi. Writer's Review It is best explored with someone that knows their way around so grab a buddy or associate and head to the market for some nice locally made and international goods at affordable price. As you don reach the bus stop for Oshodi, you don reach the market be that - A bus conductor when asked for directions

Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market
Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market

Work, Meet friends, Explore art, Buy/Sell

About Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market is notable as as a souvenir place for beautiful craft work. Looking for beautiful art and craft souvenirs? The Eko hotel craft market provides an array of bead work, sculpture and carving celebrating the rich Nigerian heritage. Security/Safety of Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market This is a very safe location. What To Bring Cash. Things to do while at Eko Hotel Art and Craft Market Buy some craft work. Take pictures of the market. Enjoy the ambience. Best Features The rich pieces of craft works that are on display here. Most common visitors Curators, Tourists can be found here. The carvings are so unique!- Bode, a curator for a local museum.

Alausa Mini Market
Alausa Mini Market

Alausa Mini Market

Market

Lagos

0

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

Alausa Mini Market located along Obafemi Awolowo way is a small busy market where people of the town and community buy foodstuffs for their home, its always at its busiest towards the evening because of people (mostly women) just returning from work.

Computer Village
Computer Village

Computer Village

Market

Lagos

0

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

History of Computer Village Computer Village. A tech cluster of sorts for I.T related gadgets and needs, this is a popular market self-styled "The Largest IT Market in Nigeria". As the name hints, it is a place for computers and related accessories, phones and tablets, and almost all other I.T devices available. Security/Safety of Computer Village This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Computer Village, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Cash (to avoid difficulty in payments if their POS is unavailable) Shopping list Writer's Review Busy and rowdy as most markets are in Nigeria, you will find a mixture of old, new, original, and sometimes fake products sold at almost every available space. One must be careful and conscious because the market is as infamous for its sprawling and haphazard design as it is for its pick-pockets. However, Computer Village is never boring place to be. It is a very large area with various streets and many people in and out every second. The sound of music all over is another interesting thing to mention and the ever amazing street dancers dancing for various brands all over. Whatever your need is, you can be sure to find a seller here.

Isheri Retail Market
Isheri Retail Market

Isheri Retail Market

Market

Lagos

0

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This market allows sellers to promote awareness and interest of their goods and services in an effort to generate sales from their consumers

Mile 12 Market
Mile 12 Market

Mile 12 Market

Market

Lagos

0

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

History of Mile 12 Market Mile 12 Market was establishedFor buying ans Selling. Mile 12 Market is a very large market that is popular for its availability of virtually all types of food product eaten in Nigeria. It is a wholesale market for retailers who move to other markets to resell. Security/Safety of Mile 12 Market This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Mile 12 Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Shopping list. Cash only as it is majorly operated by local vendors. Sun glasses and/or hat. Best Features Formed after Iddo Market could not satisfactorily supply the growing Lagos populace, this is a regular Lagos market. It is characterized by a bee-hive of activities involving wholesale merchants, wholesale buyers, permanent and casual laborers who engage in off-loading and loading from and into trailers and other vehicles, as well as hordes of market women who come in to buy and resell in neighborhood markets on retail basis. No matter your food need, someone somewhere sells it in Mile 12 Market. Most common visitors Buyers and sellers.

Oregun Mini Market
Oregun Mini Market

Oregun Mini Market

Market

Lagos

0

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Oregun Mini Market located along Kudirat Abiola way is a small mini busy market where people of the town and community buy foodstuffs for their home, its always at its busiest towards the evening because of people (mostly women) just returning from work

Lekki Free Trade Zone
Lekki Free Trade Zone
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History of Lekki Free Trade Zone Lekki Free Trade Zone. This is a a free zone being developed by the government in partnership with private investors, that is being developed into a new modern city with integration of industries, commerce and business, real estate development, warehousing and logistics, tourism, and entertainment. Security/Safety of Lekki Free Trade Zone This is a very safe location. Best Features The zone will be divided into three functional districts; the residential district in the North, industrial district in the Middle and commercial trading/warehousing and logistics district in the South-East.

Iddo Market
Iddo Market

Iddo Market

Market

Lagos

2

Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

History of Iddo Market Iddo Market. Iddo Market is a local open market widely known for the sale of food products, among other goods. Traders here are mostly from the northern part of the country and neighboring states. Security/Safety of Iddo Market This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Iddo Market, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Shopping list. Cash only as it is majorly operated by local vendors. Sun glasses and/or hat. Best Features Iddo Market is located near the Nigerian Railways Terminus. In those days before the discovery of oil, farm-produce from the north were brought into Lagos by rail. There were few trailers and very few highways. Iddo Market logically grew up near the railway terminus. Presently, people come from far and wide to purchase food products such as rice, onion, yam, beans, and many more at wholesale price. In short, the market is predominantly for grain at bulk purchase. Most common visitors Buyers and sellers.