Or Tor Kor Market, Bangkok: The immaculate, brightly lit Or Tor Kor Market is packed with fresh products, many of which are unique to Thailand.
Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo: Selling more than 400 types of seafood daily, Tokyo's Tsukiji Market is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world.
La Boqueria, Barcelona: This former pig market is now one of Barcelona's most popular tourist spots.
Borough Market, London: London's oldest fruit and veg market, Borough Market is open to the public on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays.
Kowloon City Wet Market, Hong Kong: Hong Kong's Kowloon City wet market stands out in a city known for its high-quality wet markets. Sitting in the neighborhood nicknamed "Little Thailand," the market offers all sorts of Thai goods too.
Union Square Farmers Market, New York City: With more than 140 regional farmers, fishmongers, bakers and butchers, New York's Union Square market caters to more than 60,000 shoppers on peak days.
St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada: St. Lawrence Market is where Toronto locavores shop for the freshest Ontario-grown-and-made products.
Lancaster Central Market, Lancaster, Pennsylvania: The historic market has been in operation since the 1730s. Tourists head here to purchase hand-crafted products and foods made by the local Amish community.
Kreta Ayer Wet Market, Singapore: Kreta Ayer Wet Market showcases the best of Asian products -- from bok choi to live frogs -- all presented with Singapore's immaculate standards of hygiene.
Marche Provencal, Antibes, France: Visitors can learn more about the art of French cooking by wandering through a maze of local specialties in Marche Provencal.