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We went through the market and there were lots of similar things, such as Kava bowels, in a number of the shops, also similar to a number of shops on the street.
The shop keepers were often original and entertaining with their banter and fine...More
A man approached me and struck up a conversation, then invited me into his shop because he wanted to show me his village on the map. He introduced me to several other people and they gave me a welcome kava ceremony. It was a cool...More
First burre has nice things and owner is very friendly. Beware in all stalls of prices, vendors all quite pushy, be prepared to say no many times, make note of what things are going for at Jack’s first!
Would not consider this a market at all. There was only 10ish stalls all offering the same sort of things; some bags, dresses and wooden craft. The people were pushy and blocked you into their stalls making it difficult and awkward to get out.
We passed by while shopping in Nadi. I was excited and thought this is where i can get local handmade souvenirs. Wrong!! Most of the stuffs look like the stuff we see in Hawaii(most likely made in the philipines or china). Even the one stall...More
I thought we'll find a souvenir but this more an ordinary market, handicrafts aren't much around. A small handicrafts market in the center of Nadi.
The vendors can get pushy, ignore is the best thing to do. Therefore I barely have seen the stuff. They...More
This is a small market selling the same type of products in every single stall.
Be prepared to be hounded too by each and every stall holder.
If you like to haggle then it’s a fun way to spend some time getting some trinkets and...More
It's a market and it's pushy, but I actually kind of enjoyed our visit because it threw us in the deep end and we met, and talked to, a number of shop owners about.. Well, mainly about other shop owners!
Warning: If you are wanting...More
Response from Malcolm T | Reviewed this property |
I’m sure there is one stall or maybe 2 that sells small musical instruments. From memory there is one at the very back of the market and one of the free standing buildings sell ukuleles and small drums.