The Siti Khadijah Market is named after Prophet Muhammad's entrepreneurial wife – a fitting name for a market mostly run by women. The market famous for the enthusiasm of its traders offers tourists an insight into the colourful way of life of the community at the market.
This market has something for everyone, from fresh produce to traditional crafts and cakes. A four-storey high and octagonal in shape, its basement caters for wet produce such as fish, vegetables and poultry. Also available in the market are Kelantan’s traditional delicacies such as tahi itik, akok, jala mas, buah tanjung, serabe and tepung pelita and more.
For tourists, this is the perfect place to shop for unique items at affordable prices and sample some of the local delicacies. The colourful atmosphere is perfect for photography.
For more information, visit www.mpkbbri.gov.my/en/pasar-siti-khadijah1