Did you mean?Try your search again
One of the best souvenirs of a holiday in Goa, in my view, is a length of sari fabric – or several. I never tired of admiring the gorgeous colours and would stop to admire them whenever I got the chance. It was inevitable that I would succumb to temptation! In the end I bought two. One was a beautiful peacock green silk, edged with gold embroidery, which I bought in a tailor’s shop in Baga and had made up into a skirt and sleeveless top at a very reasonable cost – I think £30 for both, including both the fabric itself and the labour. The other was a copper-coloured length, shot with gold threads, which I brought home as it was and which now drapes our dining room window. I bought this in a lively town in Karnataka, name now sadly forgotten, for a ridiculously cheap £10.
Written Feb 6, 2009
You could get Nice GOA T-Shirts, Beach wear Shirts and many more of Good Quality. Its a really hard choice to make as theres plenty to choose from.
What to buy: T-Shirts and other apparel's for all Men, Women, Kids.
What to pay: Prices are Fixed but very reasonable.
Written Oct 10, 2004
Address: Shop No 2,3, C/o Kenys Hotel, 18th June Rd, Panjim
Almost anywhere you go in Goa you will find flea markets,shops on the pavements selling clothes for men,women and children.Just browse through and you may end with a lovely bargain.
What to buy: Western clothes,tops,fake brands,clothes for all ages and all sizes.
What to pay: bargain till you can
Written Jun 20, 2008
Newtons in Candolim is the largest shopping centre in North Goa. A security guard check all customers before entering. Bags are not allowed inside and will be placed in a deposit box by the guard.
What to buy: Food, drinks, alcohol, skin care products, etc.
What to pay: The prices are a bit more expensive than it is on the smaller shops in the village.
Written Jun 9, 2010
Phone: +91 099-22954087
We had my engagement ring made there at instyle jewellers owner is sonu & komal.my ring has been admired for which it makes me proud.they have really good designs ready in stock and they have catalogues for you to view and choose a design.it was really enjoyable shopping experience and they have excellent knowledge of their product.if u are looking for honesty quality and friendliness instyle jewellers is the right place for shopping.i will definitely be buying from instyle jewellers again.
Written Jun 10, 2009
Address: near santana beach resort candolim bardez goa
Anjuna is known throughout North Goa and to travellers from all over the world for its flea market which takes place every Wednesday at the Beach. You can find hundreds of stalls selling clothes, jewellery, souvenirs, food, drink, cigarettes, artwork, shoes....well basically anything and everything. However, it seems more geared up for women than men as I only found belts and watches for us guys.
Written Sep 19, 2009
Malini Ramani is one of the hottest designers to come out of india in the past decade. She resides in goa and that echoes in all her clothes. Slightly pricey but they make lovely thoughful gifts for significant others back home. Plus it shows you were thinking of them in the middle of paradise.
What to buy: Her bags are unique. Stay away from the shades and jewellery. They are bought and not created.
What to pay: Rs. 1500 up
Written Dec 15, 2006
Address: Calangute circle.
There are tons of good Jewelers all over Goa, but based on a reccommendation from a Goan friend I use this shop. They make their own pieces, and its all 22 carat gold. If you take in your own design, or want an old piece copied they can do it. Ask for Deepak Prasan.
Written Mar 8, 2007
Address: Heilo - Doro Salgado Road, Panjim
If you find yourself longing to listen to something different while you're away, in Palolem there is a shop where you can go and download music onto your iPod from their computers, for fairly reasonable prices. They also sell new iPods, albeit at much the same price as in Europe, so if yours gets broken, you can replace it here.
Updated Dec 19, 2010
If you're in need of some reading material for while you're lying on the beach, there is a little second hand bookshop next to the internet cafe on the road leading to Hi Tide. He will do swaps, but you won't get much money off your purchase. He does have a decent selection though, although probably fewer 'classics' in the mix here than anywhere else! Prices range from 150-400 INR I think, mostly depending on the size of the book.
Written Dec 19, 2010
5 Reviews and 1010 Opinions Don't stay here, go to a TAJ property. After this we stayed at a Taj hotel after this and we had a...
See all 97 Hotels in Goa
9 Reviews and 725 Opinions Stayed here for 3 nights and enjoyed everyday! I would want to give a fair review and not an...
See all 97 Hotels in Goa