Ki-Huic Market, Cancun

Ki-Huic Market, Cancun

Ki-Huic Market is the oldest craft market open in Cancun. This market's focus on traditional crafts highlights Mexican culture and its influences, including the ancient Mayan civilization. Because of the central location, you will be able to take advantage of all the interaction that takes place with the locals who frequent the market.

There are over 100 vendors present in the market, and visitors are very pleased with their warmth. Jewelry and art are especially popular, representing the cultural influences that inspire so many local crafters. Paintings, mats, and candles are also popular with crafters.

Vendors also sell beach gear, which is perfect if you've forgotten anything you may need for a beach day. You can also find clothes, from souvenir T-shirts to clothing made with colorful, local textiles. Regardless of whether you're in the market for souvenirs, gifts, or practical items, this market has something that you'll love.

The market is open daily from 9:00 to 21:00.

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Ki-Huic Market on Map

Sight Name: Ki-Huic Market
Sight Location: Cancun, Mexico (See walking tours in Cancun)
Sight Type: Shopping
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