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Night bazaars/carnivals happen every year during the festive season and the year 2016 was also alive with brightly coloured lights, food, games and music. There were tourists and locals bustling all over the bazaars and the roads were jam-packed with people from all walks of life, savouring delicious items at various food stalls, buying gifts and engaging in carnival games. Just going for a stroll up and down the Night Bazaar itself is an amazing experience and you will probably end up buying foods and souvenirs. These bazaars not only liven up the mood of the town but also provide a platform for amateur musicians and entrepreneurs. The organisers stress not only on the festive season but also on the promotion of local free enterprises and start-ups. The establishment of these stalls help the entrepreneurs receive a deliberate amount of income and also help promote their businesses.
When you walk along the row of food stalls, the aroma of freshly cooked foods fill the air. Mouthwatering dishes such as Ghalo, Pork and rice, Continental dishes and a dizzying array of Indian fries and snacks skirts the whole arena. Shoppers stroll along the footpaths and the vendors let out loud verbal invitations. Because there are no middlemen involved, people buy fashionable accessories and clothes in bulks.