BANGLADESH TEA ROOM, Business Square, Westcliff, Durban, South Africa
As is so often the case, Bangladesh Market, located in a former parking lot, is the result of an open space in a congested area attracting traders. The municipality subsequently built soaring roofs over the market in order to transform it into a major income generator for the local population, which remains predominantly Indian. Some goods and services are evident, but the market is mostly strongly characterised by an array of colourful foodstuffs, from portions of vegetables and prepared dishes in tubs, to poultry, duck and fish, as well as sheep heads (known locally as “smileys”).
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