Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A fun weekend @ Market 16

Hello everyone! How's your last weekend?
Did you visit the Market 16 that I mentioned at Jaya One?
But no worries if you missed out!
I will take you to the bazaar that took place on Last Saturday.



It was a two-days bazaar happened at The School, Jaya One.
The crowds were already busy in the early morning when I arrived at the registration. #surprise



Market 16 is suitable for all ages, since it has over 100 stalls with various fashion clothing and accessories, delicious food and beverages, craft items, beauty items, and even fashion items for men!
I am sure you will find at least one thing to bring back home with you!



I found quite a few unique stalls like personalized your grocery bags with your own name or your favourite slogan.



Do you like handmade your own stuffs such soup, jewelry, candle, clay sculptures?
If you are a creative with handmade ideas, you can  enjoy your happy crafting with Craftiviti.com, which they offers variety of raw materials to you.


Leatologie are focusing on handcrafted leather goods. 
You can find notebooks, namecard holders, key purse holders, key chains, wallets and more at their stall.
All their products are handmade with genuine leather, with very fine and good quality!



Noteworthie offers different kinds of notebooks, pocket planners, ring notes, wall calendars with very good paper quality.
If you used to have a pocket planner with you, they now have the new version of 2016, maybe you should consider to get one now!



Wanna look like Korean?
There go for the Korean Fashion Headbands!
So many great designs up for you to choose.



Wunderbath is so cute with all the yellow duck swimming on the table!
All soups are naturally made and not tested on animals.
They are all custom made with various design based on sushi, bread, desserts and more.



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Well, Cable Trouble helps you to solve all your problems now!



Bangkok is always my favourite place for buying clothing with unique design.
Glad to meet Bethlehem, an unique brand which offers the T-shirt designs from designers in Bangkok.
 

Hahanoyume has an unique concept of making Japanese Kimono tops and dresses for the kids.
All their garment designs are in limited quantity as their 100% soft cotton fabric is all handpicked and imported from Japan.
You can order as a gift for fullmoon celebration or kid's birthday because they can help to wrap and deliver for locally and internationally.



What a great name of Sapu-lah!
Prepare different kinds of food like garlic bread, corn in cup, spaghetti, grilled potatoes with the homemade garlic & herb butter.
It's only RM18 for 250g in a jar.



Wanna try some Filipino homemade cookies and pastries, find them at At Twenty-Sixth!




  

Food trucks is a new trend for the food businesses nowadays.
We can see all types of food trucks everywhere now especially at the bazaar.
At Market 16, they had Little Fat Duck, Wheeloaf, Cowboys, Otea and many more!



If you have tight budget, there is a preloved corner with a more competitive price and acceptable qualities.



Other than selling and buying at bazaar, there are some music performances prepared by the local bands and artists.
Besides that, there was also a give away section like Shopee goodies bag, and face ampules from Doclab.
Shopee is a mobile marketplace for both buyers and sellers to enjoy fast, smooth, and safe transaction at anytime and anywhere. Click here to get to know how it works!
Doclab is a Korean skincare brand that specializes in face ampules. You can check out it's information at here.





If you didn't make it to the Market 16, no worries!
You can click on the names of the stalls that I mentioned of each to their FB page.
Contact them and place your order if you are interested in any of them!



Overall, it was a good bazaar for me as all the stalls are pretty full-filling.
If you missed out Market 16, there is another one coming soon in December!
Stay tuned on my blog and I will keep you updated!
Lastly, hope you like my sharing for today, till then!

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