Saturday Night Market, Arpora
Shopping at the Saturday Night Bazaar at Arpora is a great weekend activity, as the market offers an exciting mix of shopping opportunities ranging from sumptuous foodstuff, herbs and spices to handicrafts, bags, accessories, designer jewellery, rugs and carpets. The “night” factor of the Arpora market not only allows you to shop while the weather is pleasant but also adds a happening feel to it.Saturday Night Market: This sprawling market is located in Arpora every Saturday evening during the tourist season. One can find everything in this market – right from spices to jewellery, unique creastion, international designers, vintage items and much more. Apart from that, it hosts live concerts. The market’s setup is simply amazing with three layers. A lot of hippies frequent this market and sell goodies too. The Saturday night market has featured in Bollywood films too!
Open and Closing Time
6:00 PM - 2:00 AM
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Taal - Vegetarian Kitchen & Bar
Cafe One Night Stand
Baba Au Rhum Restaurant
Union Restaurant & Cafe
Near By Attraction
Mackies Flea Market
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Interesting facts about Saturday Night Bazaar
The Saturday Night Market is five times bigger than the neighboring Mackies Bazaar, which is very close.It was formerly known as the Ingo’s Night Market. This name is still popular with the local population.
The Arpora Night Market is one of those rare places where there are more foreign visitors than Indians. Many of the stalls are also run by Europeans, who are long-term residents of Goa.Indian and international bands play music. Jugglers and flame dancers give the place a party vibe.There is lots of stuff on sale like antique jewelry, clothes, shoes, home décor, bags, rugs, leather good, souvenirs, spices, decorative lamps, handicrafts, and more.
You will hear people speaking Spanish, Russian, German, French, Konkani, Hindi, and other languages. Many local vendors can speak foreign languages like Russian or Yiddish fluently. Cultural influences from around the world can be seen here.
The Saturday Night Market is located at Arpora in North Goa, 4.3 kilometers from Anjuna beach, and 3.7 kilometers from the Baga beach. The market is 17.7 kilometers north of Panaji. Also called Ingo’s Night Market, it is open between 4 PM and 11 PM from November to April. This is a great place not just for shopping, but also for feeling the Goa ambience. There are party zones for revelers. There is live music, bars, and restaurants serving organic salads, chocolate waffles, Greek food, and local delicacies. You can shop clothes, bags, spices, funky jewelry, handicrafts, leather accessories, shoes, exotic lamps, and more.