Good prices on items. Did a lot of my buying here for souvenirs. All shops containing mostly the same items for the same prices. I found this maket was not their to rip you off as i found in Apia they said a High price...More
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The best things at ths market were the bigger wooden pieces and the intricately woven hand bags. Also a good place to buy bottled water and snacks or catch the local buses. Otherwise, unremarkable - worth going just to experience it - dont expect too...More
Went mid week so not all of the market open. Sold everything from homeware to souvenirs and everything else in between. Fabulous ice creams. Lots of fruit and veg. Everyone very happy and friendly.
A bustling and diverse market -- with fruit and vegetables, baked goods, souvenirs, and other commercial goods. One area featured men in a kava circle -- next to a number of billard tables. They sell loose Samaon-grown tobacco that reminded me of the peasant tobacco...More
Some items are a little different from the Apia markets although like the Apia markets you do have to watch the prices as we saw one particular item and received a price but when we came back the next day it was suddenly a lot...More
Great place to stop by and stock up with essentials. Has all your local green grocer type stuff, even a shop that has all the basic essentials to make your stay that much more comfy. The only thing i found though ws hard to get...More