Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Fish is a staple in many diets around the world. Some people, especially those who live close to the sea or the ocean (duh!), can seem to get enough of seafood. They eat it in their homes and find place in their stomachs to grab a bite at their favorite seafood restaurants as well. Moreover, when they find time, they go fishing themselves.
It is only natural, therefore, that you find dedicated fish markets or seafood markets in these places. These fresh fish markets provide fish enthusiasts with all sorts of fish that they can think of, the best fish to eats—small and big fish—and the ultimate source for Omega-3 fish oil.
In this article, we have put together a list of those “very” big fish markets around the world. If anyone of these fish markets is close to you, make sure that you visit it!
#1 – Taipei Fish Market
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This is one of the biggest fish markets in that massive country they call China. It is only natural for one of the biggest fish markets in the world to exist in China, as the Chinese are famous for having a cuisine that features a lot of dishes that are based on seafood.
You will find this big fish market in the Zhongshan District of Taipei; therefore, if you find yourself there and wanted to try some seafood, then you know where to buy fresh fish.
#2 – Aberdeen Seafood
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Always close to China, but this time in the autonomous region of Hong Kong. This fish market is called Aberdeen Seafood and it is located on an island.
Once you step in there, you will notice that the market offers a variety of seafood to choose from. The economy of Aberdeen is built on fishing, which means that if you travel there, you will find a lot of fishing boats scattered about trying to catch some fish.
#3 – Fulton Fish Market
For now, we are going to leave the Far East and move instead to the United States of America; more specifically, to the concrete jungle—the city of New York.