Although Seychelles is a fascinating land where many leisure travellers like to spend time in peace, shopaholics can also spend a wonderful time with their favourite designer wear and souvenirs.
Sir Selwyn Clarke Market
Visiting the Sir Selwyn Clarke Market is not only a shopper’s paradise, but it’s also a great way to feel the life of Seychellois and their lifestyle here. This is the best place to buy fish, fresh fruits, spices, and vegetables. An attractive array of shops selling a variety of souvenirs, local works of art, clothing further enhances the lively atmosphere of this place.
Ideally located in Eden Island, Eden Plaza will certainly take you on an unforgettable shopping experience when in Seychelles. It offers a splendid mix of restaurants, more than 70 shops and business services in a modern atmosphere. Be it finding a perfect gift for your parents or meeting your friends for a meal, Eden Plaza will give you a formidable shopping experience.
This is the perfect place to witness the fusion of old and new Seychellois way of life. Also, it’s a great place to learn about the culture and local food. The smell of fresh fish is something that you cannot deny while walking around the market. You’ll be amazed to see the huge array of fish on offer in this market. After a day of shopping, try visiting a Praslin Beach restaurant or dining venues at resorts like Berjaya Praslin Resort for an amazing dining experience in Seychelles.
Anse aux Pins
Located in the east coast of Mahé, this shop features a wide variety of handicraft items made out of local coconut shells. In addition, you will find coconut oil-scented bath soaps and eye-catching paintings on silk.
Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+