Places of conviviality and exchange
An episode from the series MARKETS OF THE WORLD
Asian markets are unlike any others, each one being quite peculiar.
The Morning Market of Luang Prabang, Laos, welcomes Buddhist monks every day who come to give alms. In Cambodia, the producers sail the Tonle Sap, a tributary of the Mekong, to meet the inhabitants of the floating villages in the surrounding area. In Bali, the markets offer an unparalleled diversity of products at the foot of the Mount Agun volcano.