Impressions of Koyambedu

Koyambedu Wholesale Market Complex is one of Asia’s largest perishable goods market complexes.  Spread over an area of 295 acres, the complex consists of more than 1,000 wholesale shops and 2,000 retail shops.  The market has two blocks for vegetable shops and one each for fruit and flower shops. In Phase II, a textile marketand in Phase III, a food grain market have been planned to be developed in the complex.


Flower Transport

The vendors conduct their sales on the inside of the complex, and each shop has an outward-facing door through which they can bring their goods.


Bananas and Plantains

These photos are just a sample. You can see the rest at this link on Flickr.



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