There are many other small bazaars and old shopping areas in Istanbul, such as; Besiktas Fish market, Sariyer Fish Market, Kadikoy Fish market, Beyoglu Flower & Food market (Cicek Pasaji), and so on. There are also weekly bazaars settled in every neighborhood of the city on one day of the week, frequented mostly by local people.
Istanbul has many ultra modern shopping malls with international and national brand names too, which fits today’s world needs in every aspect. These are mainly located in the new part of the city close to residential or financial districts, and are open every day of the week usually between 10:00 – 22:00. Some of these modern shopping centers are: Akmerkez, Metro City, Kanyon, Istinye Park, Zorlu Center, Astoria, Trump Towers, Nisantasi City’s, Meydan, Buyaka, Brandium, Hilltown, Akbati, Mall of Istanbul, Galleria, Carousel, Olivium, Atakoy Plus, Capacity, Axis, Paladium, Kozzy, 212 Power Outlet, Forum Istanbul, Marmara Forum, Marmara Park, Airport, Viaport, Metroport, Optimum, Kale, Atrium, Capitol, Profilo, Mayadrom, Historia, Tepe Nautilus, Neomarin, Saphire, Cevahir, Torium, Demiroren, Dogus Power Center, Polcenter, Boyner, Carrefour, Bauhaus, Praktiker, Gotzen, Metro, Bricolage, Ikea, etc.