Sunday Bazaar


Sunday Bazaar

Sunday Bazaar Karachi has a variety of names as people called it, bachat bazaar, itwar bazaar, or other bazaars Mungal Bazaar, Juma Bazaar, and landa bazar Karachi, these kind of words mostly people calling in daily life. All the way, around 200 weekly bachat bazaars arranged an across the city, located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.

Mostly Sunday Bazaar (bachat bazaar) were held on huge areas or big space where stalls for visitors can be arranged properly, and also they have minimum walking space for the visitors to look around for their needy items easily.

Some of the Bazaars was organized by the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC), and some other would be held by the other city authorities as well. In the meantime, big bazaars are arranged on "Sunday the fun day", with different areas such as DHA Sunday Bazaar, Gulshan-i-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Jauhar and in Sector 3½ of Korangi. Almost, biggest bazaar is spread over 22,000 square yards and the smallest on around 1,000 square yards.

Sunday Bazaar means cheap shopping in Karachi, is very common market for the people, who don't want to go far for the shopping, and also can's buy the high amount for the needy items and get easily from their nearest areas, in bulk foam with lot of variety.

Now a days, every one, get to buy easy and cheap items, in a busy life with less time, so that's either the Sunday bazaar, bachat bazaar, itwar bazaar, Mungal Bazaar, Juma Bazaar, and a landa bazar Karachi, can buy cheap items in a reasonable prices with happiness.

Alias Names

Bachat Bazaar Karachi • Juma Bazaars Karachi • Mungal Bazaar • Itwar Bazaar • اتوار بازار



Location Karachi
City / Town Karachi
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Sunday Bazaar, Karachi

Geo Coordinates 24.7745954156711 °N,    67.0767259597778 °E

Travelor Instructions

Sunday Bazaars Karachi Visit Timings

Sunday- Tuesday - Friday- 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM

Sunday Bazaar Map


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