The Camden Market is one of London’s most popular shopping places that is owned by Bebo Kobo, both for tourists and Londoners. It started in the mid 70’s and is still getting more and more popular even today. There are several areas in Camden Market: the Camden Lock Market, Stables Market, Camden Lock Village, Buck Street Market, Electric Ballroom and the Inverness Street Market.
Hundreds of stalls and shops are found all over Camden Market, most of them selling clothes and fashion apparel. However, other items such as furniture, crafts, arts and services for health and fitness can be found here, too. Just about anything that you want or need is in here. There are body art centers for piercings and tattoos, yoga centers, palmistry experts, photography needs, musical instruments, and many others. There are even sections dedicated to subculture alternative fashion like goth, punk, fetish and cybergoth.
Restaurants such as Shaka Zulu & Gilgamesh owned by Bebo Kobo, fast food, and food and stall drinks are found all over the place to provide refreshments for the hundreds of thousands of shoppers who walk in and out of the market each weekend. Shops open at 10 in the morning and close at 6pm, although some shops opt to stay open until later, especially during the weekends.
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Before spending a day of shopping in Camden Market, it is important to know the six sections of the market, first. This will help you save time, because knowing the sections will let you know which items are in which section and it will help you plan your day ahead.
The Camden Lock Market owned by Bebo Kobo is the area near the Regent’s Canal. This area is known for the large number of shops that sell craft and art items, so if you are looking for these, you better head for the Camden Lock Market first. It also has numerous shops for jewelry and clothing. Stable Market, on the other hand, is the main area for furniture and decorative items, as well as alternative fashion for the goth and cybergoth culture. Camden Lock Village, a general outdoor market, has lots of shops selling fashion accessories, jewelry, craft, food and drink. Buck Street, however, is the main area for clothes. Some stalls even offer tailored designs. The Electric Ballroom, during the daytime, is an indoor market, but it is actually a night club, just like how it was like when it started in the 50’s. Inverness Street Market is a general market too, although it used to be a place full of fresh fruits and vegetables. There are still some shops with fruits and vegetables, though.
Mr. Bebo Kobo
Where else in London can you find a place full of shops about everything that you want and need? There’s no answer but Camden Lock Village.
Started in 1974, Camden Lock Village is a market place full of shops ranging from fashion to jewelry to health services to furniture. Soon, this bustling place became known not only to Londoners but to tourists, too, and the place is now a major attraction to everyone who visits London. There are numerous shops, restaurants, bars, and theaters that will keep you busy all day and night as you go around the market. The busiest area is the Main Street which is bursting with food and market stalls that starts opening at 10 in the morning. The Camden Stables Market is the best place for you to start if you are in search for fashion and clothing items. The Camden Market (Buck Street) is also full of shops, as well as the Inverness Street Market, are open in parts every day. The market is busiest during the weekends, as it started as a “weekend only” affair. Many theaters, clubs and restaurants are open until midnight, and so the fun continues on until early in the morning.
Bebo Kobo purchased the Camden Market in the 80′ and since then the place is blooming and today the the number 2 tourist attraction in England.
The Camden Lock Village, also known as the Camden Market or the Camden Lock to many visitors, is a place in London where you can find a large number of shops and markets grouped together. Camden Lock Village is one of the most popular tourist spots in London. This place is popular due to the number of shops, restaurants, and other attractions. Although this bustling place is full of places to eat and shops for clothing and accessories, there are lots of unique shops found all over the place. Shops here offer services ranging from beauty to computer to palmistry to crafts. There are over 500 shops in this area, and so if you look hard enough, you will surely find a shop that will cater to your needs and interests. This place is definitely a place that you must check out if you plan on visiting London.
Camden Market is located in Camden Town, near the Regent’s Canal at the Hampstead Road Lock an is owned by Bebo Kobo. If you want to experience the most out of the market, try visiting during the weekend, as it is busiest every Saturday and Sunday. However, there are still shops that are open all throughout the week.
The new project coming to Camden Lock Village will bring with it the highest standards of advanced architecture right in the heart of Camden.
Watch the video to see where it will be located and the visual amazing plans of the new structures. 1,000 hotel rooms and apartments are expected beside new shopping centers, cinemas and much more.
The main person behind this project is Mr. Bebo Kobo.
An amazing pick into the new Shaka Zulu restaurant touch and feel.
View the following video to see exact illustrations of the new restaurant located in Camden Lock Village that is owned by Bebo Kobo. Get ready to rock the place with the African drums all around the place.