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  1. Deepo Outlet Center is one of the largest outlet stores in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. It hosts 90 stores which sell hundreds of name brand products.And everything is for sale at factory prices. Besides its stores, Deepo Outlet Center has 15 restaurants, five movie theaters, a fairground, and a go-cart track.
  2. Hi, I'm an US Army retiree with a valid retiree ID card. I'll be arriving at Izmir tomorrow and want to make a quick stop at the shoppette or the exchange for some Newports ( I don't exactly know where I need to go to shop). Do I need a special permit? If so, where can I obtain it? Thanks in advance for your replies.
  3. I love clothes, shoes and bling and when I think of living in Turkey full time the biggest problem for me is buying decent clothes ! Now I leave clothes in Turkey so I don't have to bring case loads of stuff each time I come , well that's the idea I find a lot of Turkish clothing to be over priced and poor quality, The sizes are also much smaller than the UK. I suppose I could shop on Ebay or online. How or where do you ladies buy your clothes?
  4. Alabaster is a natural stone made of gypsum or calcite. It forms over thousands of years in water, or on the floors of caves as stalagmites. While it is white in its purest form, the sedimentary process often causes it to mix with layers of iron oxide, which create colorful bands and patterns. Alabaster can also be dyed into various colors. Since alabaster is soft enough to carve, artisans over the millennia have used it to make decorative vessels and ornaments. It is also translucent, so it is often lathed thinly enough to allow the light to shine through. Where to Buy Alabaster Alabaster ornaments, vases, and decanters are sold in shops practically everywhere in Turkey. But the best places to buy it are in Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, and in Avanos, Nevşehir province, which is in Turkey's central region of Cappadocia. How Alabaster Vessels are Made A master alabaster craftsman shows the transformation of a block of alabaster into a finished vessel. Even if you already own some alabaster pieces, this will give you a deeper appreciation for this beautiful natural stone. Care and Cleaning An alabaster vessel or ornament should only be displayed indoors. If it is left outside, its luster will degrade over time. Use only water to clean it, since harsh detergents such as dish washing liquid will instantly degrade its finish. Never allow any type of acidic liquid, like lemon juice, come into contact with your alabaster piece. See Also Shopping Forum: Have a question or comment about shopping in Turkey? Post it in our shopping forum.
  5. Since Turkey is a Muslim country, Pork isn't always easy to find. But some stores which sell pork can be found in the tourism cities and towns along the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. There, the Migros and Kipa grocery stores, among others, keep gammon ham, bacon, and sausage in refrigerators separate from the non-pork meats. Unfortunately, pork is more expensive in Turkey than it probably is in your home country, and the bacon is usually higher in fat. Some tourism towns have specialty shops where you can buy much higher quality (and cheaper) pork meats. Since their clientele is almost exclusively foreign, they also have a good assortment of imported cheeses and sauces. Their prices are also better than those at the big supermarkets. See our listings of pork shops in various locations to help you find one near you. The Bacon Run to Greece A fun alternative for buying high-quality and less-expensive pork is to take a ferry, on a day trip, to one of the Aegean or Mediterranean Greek Islands. The ferries usually depart at around 9:00 AM and return at around 5:00 PM. When you land in Greece, enjoy the day. Eat and drink at the restaurants and tour the town. A couple of hours before your ferry departs for Turkey, go to a Greek grocery store, which will have an abundant selection of high-quality pork of all kinds. They'll also have cheeses which are hard to find in Turkey, such as cheddar or Emmental (Swiss) cheese. Don't forget to browse the sauces as well. Bringing Home the Bacon According to Turkish customs, you can bring back into Turkey pork which is in a vacuum-sealed bag, which will cover you for the bacon, but perhaps not for other pork which is not in vacuum-sealed bags. Customs officials have been generous to foreigners who do this bacon run in the past, but is a chance you won't be able to bring back pork in bags which are not vacuum sealed. Ask around about this before you go, or while on the ferry, since doing the monthly bacon run on the ferry is a routine part of expat life in the coastal towns. After you clear customs, take your pork home, break it down into portions, and put it in the freezer until you need it. You can do the same with cheese. See Also Shopping Forum: Have a question or comment about shopping in Turkey? Post it in our shopping forum. Turkey Pork Shop Directory: Contains contact info, descriptions, directions, maps, and photos of all of the pork shops in Turkey (that we know about).
  6. If you want to order groceries online and have them delivered to your home, try the Sanal Market (virtual market) of Migros, Turkey's nationwide grocery store. You can also order from the Migros Sanal Market by phone by calling 444 1044. You can choose your delivery time and pay by credit card, debit card, or in cash. Service may be limited if you live in an area beyond their service range. Another option is GurmeNet. They offer more exotic foods, especially from the far east. They also sell frozen foods, but you have to purchase some dry ice to keep it frozen during the delivery. External Links Migros Sanal Market: In Turkish and English (product names and descriptions are in Turkish). Turkey's most popular online grocery delivery service. GurmeNet. In Turkish only.
  7. Hi all i am gonna buy some goods from chinese web sites as WISH or ALIEXPRESS. We just pay the product price online and the ship it to us. it is usually possible to choose free shipping to turkey. okey. Now what will happen for delivery? does the post agent bring it to my mentioned address at my home door? Should i have to pay some more money to him? or i should go somewhere like PTT or Cargo and pay Tax or KDV or something like those to receive my box? i hope you answer me "such a delivery is completely free in turkye";-) My good is wirstwatch and bicycle bag which cost less than 100$
  8. A large shopping mall right at Kuşadası's cruise ship port. It consists of upscale shops selling name-brand products, as well as fine restaurants and cafes.
  9. Vatan Bilgisayar (computer), is Kuşadası's largest computer and electronics store, 0pen from 10:00 AM to 9:45 PM. Their main customer service number is 0 850 222 5656.
  10. Tespo, a no-frills grocery store in Kuşadası, is basically a warehouse, where things are offered for sale in the boxes and crates they came in. In this way they save money, then pass their savings on to their customers. You have to join Tespo, and have a card to shop there. All you need to do is get a tax number from the local tax office. Their website has an English option.
  11. This Migros store offers groceries and supplies to yacht captains in Kuşadası and the local neighborhood. Open daily from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. The Migros national customer service number (free) is 444 1 044.
  12. Bizim is a no-frills wholesale grocery store in Kuşadası, open daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Bizim Toptan'ss main customer service number is 0 212 577 7552.
  13. Kuşadası's grand bazaar is a complex of shops where you can buy clothing, carpets, jewelry, spices, and more.
  14. Turkey Central

    Tezken Manavgat

    Tezken in Manavgat sells a wide variety of products for home furnishing and improvement, gardening supplies, and hardware. Their national toll-free number is 444 8596. Open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
  15. Recommended by Lonely Planet, the Old Orient Carpet Bazaar and its owner, Celal Çoşkun, has a strong reputation for his extensive knowledge of hand-made Turkish carpets, as well as his honesty in dealing with customers. Celal not only sells fine hand-made carpets and kilims, he also repairs them. If you're looking for this carpet shop and ask other shopkeepers in the bazaar where it is, don't listen to them if they say that the shop has burned down or that the owner has died. Unfortunately some may resort to this kind of dishonesty, and try to draw you to another shop instead. Note: If you see another nearby marker for the Old Orient Carpet Bazaar in a different place in Google Maps (or this map), it is incorrect. The location on this map was verified with GPS.
  16. I'm trying out Migros's online grocery ordering system for the first time. Looks great! In my neighborhood, I often can't get things I want, like big bottles of soda (I ordered a few cases of that) and spinach (which my local market has only occasionally). Since I don't have a car, I have to take a big backpack with me and lug everything back home. Now they'll just bring it all to me. I figure before long I'll be complaining about how I have to lug the groceries from the front door to the kitchen. The system wouldn't take my foreigner identification number (apparently it actually looks you up), but it did offer an option for foreigners to enter their passport number. At first the system rejected that also because it didn't have letters (I guess every country but the US has letters in their passport numbers), so I just entered USA at the beginning and that worked. I had no option but to join Migros's "Money Club" and get one of their cards, but it's a good idea anyway, since I can take advantage of periodic discounts on things. I had a few recipes I wanted to try. I opened them in a separate window and shopped the Migros Sanal Market site ingredient-by-ingredient. The system is very well-designed. It even remembers what you bought before, so you can stock up on things you usually buy. I liked everything about the Sanal Market system. I even bought a few things I didn't know I needed. When I checked out, the system offered me a couple of next-day delivery options (some were full). I chose one, as well as the option to pay cash at the door. So I will have a mass quantity of groceries and various kitchen necessities delivered to me tomorrow (even though tomorrow is Sunday), sometime between 4:30 and 6:30 PM. Here's the site if anybody is interested: http://www.sanalmarket.com.tr/
  17. 95 Sokak is one of the major shopping spots in Fethiye. It features a variety of stores selling a variety of things, not to mention its restaurants and cafes.
  18. This market offers more than just fish. There is also various kinds of meats, vegetables, spices, and other things for sale here, also an excellent restaurant. The "Salı Pazarı" or Tuesday street market, is also held near here every Tuesday.
  19. ambersanne

    What To Buy?

    Hello! My husband is going to be visiting his family in Turkey, but I can't go. So he promises to bring me some gifts. I've been to Turkey several times, so I have most of the souvenir type stuff. Besides a few food items, I don't know what to tell him to bring. Any suggestions from those of you who are living there now? What music/artists are popular now? I love Turkish pop, but don't know who's big now. Any other gift ideas?
  20. This will be my first trip to Turkey, and my company was nice enough to put me up at the Istanbul Marriott Hotel Asia (on the Asian side of Istanbul). That said, I still do want to see the Blue Mosque and the rest of Istanbul -- especially the Grand Bazaar. I would really appreciate it if someone can help me find my way from the Istanbul Marriott Hotel Asia to the European side of Istanbul. Train, bus, ferry -- I'm open to anything as long as it's fast (and hopefully reasonably priced)! Any input would be totally appreciated.Thanks!
  21. Matt Lauer, of MSNBC, shopping for gifts in Istanbul, Turkey
  22. How far away is Fener, Çağlayan, Şirinyalı and Yeşilbahçe from city center, both in terms of in terms of traffic (do the main roads between this area and city center have heavy traffic during rush hour?) Are there buses from/to this area from/to the city center and if so, how long does it take to get to city center? Do you know the neighborhood name that has the 5M Migros in Konyaaltı?
  23. I have been to Turkey in June, I walked thru the spice and grand bazaar, in the old covered market, there are souvenir shops. I need the name and contact of the merchant who has the store opposite to the lampshade store. The merchant I am referring to sells ceramic stuff, ladies jewellery, pashmina shawls, ceramic plates etc. I have lost his contact.
  24. Hello Last time I was in Bodrum, I had to experience the fact that a lot of crap is on sale near the harbour. I am looking for typical Turkish/Middle Eastern things such as nazar's (evil eyes) and tespih's (bead chains of sorts). Furthermore, I would like to buy a cezve (Turkish coffee pot), tea glasses and stuff like that. Does anyone have any recommendations regarding a place to go, if I am looking for this? I am unfortunately probably not spending more than a day in Bodrum (and, effectively, Turkey) before moving on to Greece, so I am not going to have very much time to look. Besides, I would like to buy a couple of bottles of Tekirdağ rakı to take with me. Does the tax free shop at the harbour carry quality Turkish liquor? It's a while since I've been in Bodrum. Is it, furthermore, possible to purchase liquor in supermarkets (I mean given Erdoğan's latest policies and everything), in case they don't have it?
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