These are the fruit stands inside the market gate, which are a little more elaborate than the ones outside. They're semi-permanent structures with lighting, and since they have roofs they can hang up a lot of their fruit, which gives them kind of a festive look.
In the first stall you can see various kinds of oranges. There's starfruit on the far left, and really enormous grapes in the center. In the front of that first stall are snakefruit, which I'll talk more about later. Further down the row, the funny-shaped white things hanging up in the second stall are apples in protective slipcovers. Chad says the watermelons are good; I'm not a big watermelon fan.
One thing I've never figured out is, do the fancy stalls charge more than the less elaborate stalls outside the gate? I suspect not, because all prices are subject to bargaining, and with so much fruit for sale the competition must be pretty fierce.