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Pakistan Shopping

  • Hafeez Center (Computer Market)

    Lahore Shopping

    This shopping mall is exclusively for computers, cell phones and related accessories. There is no place in Lahore comparable to this mall that can offer a large variety under one roof. Once you have selected a product, look around in other shops for comparing prices, other wise you may be ripped off. Bargaining is must.

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  • Zainab Market

    Karachi Shopping

    Zainab Market is situated in the heart of City (Saddar) at the end of Zaibunnisa Street near Hotel Avari Tower. It is also at walking distance from other reknown hotels like PC, Sheraton & Marriot. Nearest markets are Zaibunnisa Street, Bohri Bazar Saddar. So it is a place for complete family shopping. Shop keepers keep latest variety of stuff...

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  • Jinnah Supermarket

    Islamabad Shopping

    This area is a somewhat upmarket shopping district in Islamabad. The Saeed Book Bank is excellent, you can get some real bargains and the books are the real deal, not the cheap copies available at most booksellers in Pakistan- they have a great range of art books, a large textbook section, fiction and a reasonably big Urdu language section, plus...

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  • Namdas and Carved Walnut handicrafts

    Naran Shopping

    Kaghan is well known for its woolen shawals and "Namda" (woolen rugs). Carved walnut handicrafts are also available and could be nice gift. Great varieties of handicrafts are available. artificial jewelry and gems are also available but prices are very high. Bargain as much as you can to get the deal.

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  • Bargaining

    Peshawar Shopping

    Beyond the Copper Market are a number of shops selling blankets and shawls from the Valleys of Swat and Kaghan. These are all traditinally made with intelectual style Made of hand-spun wool, these are predominantly in red or black colors with brightly patterned borders. A lane to the right leads to the Cloth Bazaar where all kinds of cloth and...

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  • Main Bazaar.

    Nathia Gali Shopping

    There are many colorful shops on main bazar where you can buy handicrafts, clothes and many other items. Fresh snacks , vegetables, fruits, juices, ice creams, coffee etc are easily available. Also there are many restaurants where you can go for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can purchase souvenirs, clothes and gift items at reasonable prices....

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  • Hunza Caps/Hats

    Hunza Shopping

    The Hunza hats are famous through out the whole world. They are available at all common shops in Hunza and are very cheap. Hunza hats are embroidered by hand and are a must buy in Hunza. Hunza hats are very cheap, for less than 10$. Dont forget to negotiate. You are in PAKISTAN.

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  • Bazaars

    Pakistan Shopping

    Raja Bazaar is in Rawalpindi. Seething with people, you will discover ally ways stacked with good things to buy: Flowers, fabric, pots and pans, food, sewing machines, and anything your heart desires. Its the atmosphere which is intoxicating. I could have bought 12 tea cups for $1 Australian dollar - but alas i couldnt carry them home.

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  • Anarkali Bazar

    Lahore Shopping

    Anarkali is the oldest bazaar of South Asia and is named after legendary girl “Anarkali” who was buried alive in 1599 by the Mughal Emperor Akbar for falling in love with the Prince Jahangir. See my travelogue on Lahore page. The bazaar is in front of Lahore Museum and on the side of Punjab University Old Campus. Spanning from Mall Road on one...

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  • Park Towers

    Karachi Shopping

    Also known as the POINT. An up-scale shopping center to buy quality stuff. Small department store to buy textile stuff (Chen One) to small boutiques and speciality stores. What I have seen is the most people go there for window shopping, and to spend some free time. Clothes, Shoes, Leather Goods, handicraft, books, electronics, books, food items,...

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  • Super Market

    Islamabad Shopping

    Super Market, also called Super Markaz due the Urdu word for market, is one of Islamabad's largest and most popular market areas. It offers a variety of shops including clothing, jewelry, rugs, books, and much more spread among several two and three story buildings with parking between. The shops face out into the parking lots, often with people...

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  • Departmental Stores

    Pakistan Shopping

    Shop for embroidered items, carpets, marble, pottery, onyx, brass, reproductions of miniature paintings, wood carvings and inlaid woodwork, copper, fabrics, gold and silver jewelry and local handicrafts. Spend time shopping in the many bazaars. Even if you don't buy anything, the experience is worth it (haggling accompanies every transaction). "pay...

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  • Fortress Stadium market

    Lahore Shopping

    This place is ideal for women and kids wear. There are also nice video centers where you can buy DVDs at a reasonable price. One can visit this place for shopping as well as for nice dining experience as a lot of fine dining restaurants are located here. If you are with kids, then Joyland is there for entertainment. Prices are reasonable.

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  • Pakistani Dress

    Islamabad Shopping

    Any of the fabric stores - you can tell them by the rolls and rolls of material standing outside and lining every wall of the shops! I wanted to pick up some Paikstani fabrics for Mum as a gift. Ray and I checked out the fabric shops which seemed to be pretty prolific in the Abpaara district near our hotel (Ambassador Hotel- See Accommodation tip)....

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  • Bargaining

    Pakistan Shopping

    In Pakistan, haggling has to be done in all the markets. All the shopkeepers are quite conversant in English. Price quoted is over 100% higher. Confidence is what matters. My suggestions: Never buy anything from a standalone store, except if you know the benchmark prices from elsewhere. Go to a market and first of all do a survey to see how...

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  • Pace (Shopping Plaza)

    Lahore Shopping

    Pace is a smaller version of world’s largest shopping malls. You can buy anything from clothing to electronics and even grocery. The place offers comfortable shopping and dining experience under one roof. Prices are extremely high compared to other shopping areas of the city.

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  • Pakistani Music

    Islamabad Shopping

    When you are in Pakistan and want to bring some local music home, you should look for CD's by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. You can buy them also outside Pakistan, but I think the music is cheaper here. He is a great singer and he uses traditional instruments for his music.

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  • Raja Bazaar

    Raja Bazaar is in Rawalpindi. Seething with people, you will discover ally ways stacked with good things to buy: Flowers, fabric, pots and pans, food, sewing machines, and anything your heart desires. Its the atmosphere which is intoxicating. I could have bought 12 tea cups for $1 Australian dollar - but alas i couldnt carry them home.

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  • shopping in Pakistan

    karachi and the lahore bazzaar anarkali is the place to shop however every city or town has all goods on sale the main ones are the best. avoid copy dvds as the customs will take them off you and copy watches as the u.k immigration will take them off you

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  • Gemstones in Peshawar, Chitral

    Gemstone and carpet shops in Peshawar, Chitrali caps and vests in Chitral. Salut mes amis,During your visit to the cities and towns like Peshawar, Swat valley, Chitral and north Pakistan you'll come across markets and shops and that's a bit difficult,what to buy in Pakistan?In the places mentioned above you can find gem stone shops where you can...

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  • Flower Stalls

    I adore flowers and in Islamabad I found this wonderful flower market. Naturally all the vendors vie for your business but that is half the fun. These bunches of flowers were huge and soooo cheap. This bunch i am holding was $3AUD and in my home city of Sydney I would have paid $70AUD for the same size. So, if you are staying in ISB for more than a...

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  • Pashminas

    I love pashminas and have a nice collection, so when in Pakistan i have a ball searching for more. Any market or bazaar will have more than enough to choose from and the attendants are only too happy to open every one and spread them for you to see.I bought mine in Jinnah markets in Islamabad.

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  • Spectacles

    I took my spectales prescription with me to Islamabad and purchased 2 pairs of glasses (frames and lenses) for $28AUD - a saving of $600AUD, yes $600AUD ready in 24 hours. Also 2 pair of sunglasses for under $20 AUD. Masoods in Melody Market, Islamabad.

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  • Carpets

    The carpet shops at the bazaars of Lahore, Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Quetta Beautiful hand knotted carpets with beautiful oriental designs and sharp colours are worth to buy. There are various size and you can easily take home. $50 +

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  • Handicrafts

    Handi crafts of different regions of Pakistan are unique in the world and must to buy while visiting Pakistan. Leather garments, pottery, shawls, traditional shoes, brass crafts, marble pieces, ceramics, embroidered clothes, sindhi ajrak, jewellary, wooden crafts, embriodary, etc. etc.

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  • Hadicrafts comes handy in Multan...

    While in the city Multan, the Mangoes of Shujabad district are the best in the world. Apart from this, Multani khussa (shoes); embroidered clothes for ladies; embroidered cholas for men; earthenware pottery, painted potter, camel skin ware (e.g. lamps); carpets wooden products, especial lacquered wood are all best buys for tourists.

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  • Shopping in Lahore..Pakistan

    In Lahore the Anarkali Bazaar is the most fascinating. The alleys and lanes of this bazaar are full of exciting wares, especially traditional crafts like leatherwear, embroided garments, glass bangles, beaten gold and silver jewelry, creation in silk- anything that you wish to bargain. It is named after the Akbar's Courtesan called Anarkali, Who,...

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  • Shopping Heaven...Pakistan(Karachi)

    Pakistan is a wonderland for shoppers. You may find exotic memorabilias and all sorts of household and luxurious items at reasonably low prices. Karachi is indeed a shopping heaven. Sadder is the central shopping area in Karachi, it is spread around and between the two main streets. Abdullah Haroon road and Zaib-un-Nisa Street, and is about 1 km...

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  • Shopping in pakistan

    Shop for embroidered items, carpets, marble, pottery, onyx, brass, reproductions of miniature paintings, wood carvings and inlaid woodwork, copper, fabrics, gold and silver jewelry and local handicrafts. Spend time shopping in the many bazaars. Even if you don't buy anything, the experience is worth it (haggling accompanies every...

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  • Haggling is the way to go.

    In Pakistan, haggling has to be done in all the markets. All the shopkeepers are quite conversant in English. Price quoted is over 100% higher. Confidence is what matters. My suggestions: Never buy anything from a standalone store, except if you know the benchmark prices from elsewhere. Go to a market and first of all do a survey to see how many...

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