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The Agrabah Marketplace (or simply the Bazaar) is the main trading hub of Agrabah, a large stretch of the city where merchants and caravans from all over Agrabah and beyond gather to sale their goods to all residents and travelers.

Merchants, Stores and Stalls[]

Bazaar artwork

The many stalls of the bazaar.

As the main trading hub of Agrabah and one of the most active in the Seven Deserts, many merchants gather here and open stalls for the chance to sale their goods or trade with other merchants. Farmers will also come here to sell their goods themselves or have merchants sell it for them.

Known Merchants[]

  • Peddler, dealer in all sorts of defective goods and tourist knickknacks
  • Farouk, apple and water merchant
  • Omar, fruit, silk and tableware merchant
  • Babkak and Kassim, farmers and fruit merchants
  • Crazy Hakim, fertilizer merchant
  • Daoud Sahadi, nuts and fruits merchant
  • Abdul, cookware, drinks and snacks merchant
  • Kerubino, silk merchant
  • Basim, fish merchant
  • Sharif, carpet merchant
  • Fasir, seer and merchant of rare magical artifacts
  • Mystic, dealer in all sorts of mysterious and enchanted artifacts, and even magical creatures
  • Fatima the Healer, apothecary merchant dealing in medicines and magical devices
  • Su-Zi the Seeress, a fortuneteller operating a small tent in the bazaar
  • Bakhtawar, runs a brothel in the bazaar
  • Tanti and his mother, fabric merchants
  • Iago and Genie, briefly served as merchants in order to con people into buying "defective" magic spice
  • Iago and Abu, briefly started their own "Bird's Eye Tour" tourism service selling guide scrolls (The Ethereal)
  • Hakim, briefly deluded into believing that he was a "sand merchant" (Forget Me Lots)
  • Kabali, a popular fruit merchant (from picture books)


  • International House of Hummus
  • A Bad Café

Street Performances[]

Due to its large influx of visitors, many street performers with a wide range of entertaining talents come to the Bazaar as well to show off their talents and abilities to the crowd in hopes of being given a few coins for their entertaining feats, in essence being merchants of amusement and entertainment. Strongmen, Fakirs, Snake Charmers, Fire Eaters, Sword Swallowers and Dancers are but a few of the many performers that will brighten up Agrabah's streets with their talents.

Street Performers[]

Street Rats[]

Because of its opulent source of food and valuables, the Bazaar is frequently the most targeted location by thieves and street rats either seeking to steal something of value to make it rich or earn a quick coin, or simply wanting some food to survive another day.

Other Appearances[]

Magic Kingdom[]

In the Magic Kingdom theme park in Florida, the Adventureland Bazaar is referred to as the Agrabah Bazaar and contains several shops, eateries and murals depicting a few events from One Thousand and One Nights.

Kingdom Hearts (series)[]

Agrabah map

The Bazaar in the mobile games.

The Bazaar was featured in the first Kingdom Hearts game, but its size along with the rest of Agrabah was greatly reduced and not a single merchant resided there, as well as no people other than a few NPCs that only appeared briefly.

In Kingdom Hearts II, the Bazaar now resembles its counterpart from the film, but despite all the goods out on display, not a single merchant resides there except the Peddler and a creature called a Moogle which resides in a small storage room hidden in the Bazaar.

In the χ mobile games, the Bazaar looks like it did in the last game, but is still empty and uninhabited aside from monsters and patrolling Royal Guards.

Aladdin (2019 film)[]

The Bazaar appears here but with different merchants and slight changes to scenes from the first film that tone down suggested violence. Farouk was also replaced with a less hostile merchant named Razoul.


Concept Art[]