It is divided into many sections such as food, fruits, vegetables, fish, potted plants, jungle produce, including wild honey, pets, clothing, magazines and eggs!!!
To get to the market from downtown, walk the kilometre or so from along Jln Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce, and turn right onto the westbound lanes of Jalan Satok after you have crossed under the Satok overpass. The markets are liveliest in the late afternoons and evenings on Saturday, and mid-Sunday morning. If the weekend coincides with a major holiday however, then some of the stalls will not be open, for instance, the Dayak-owned stalls on Gawai. Walking south here, you will enter the general-produce section, which sprawls around and takes up space wherever.
But to walk around gazing at all the fresh fruits and vegetables and to experience the atmosphere is well worth a visit to this very popular market.
We met a few people that were holidaying in the area for up to a month and loving every minute of it.
It truly is a 'fairly unknown' paradise.