Stores, Malls or Markets in Suriname

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    Maretraite Mall: Maretraite Mall

    by Valeggua Written May 4, 2008

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    This shopping mall is opened daily from 4PM til 10PM (also weekends and holidays)
    Lots of designers clothing here, and also a big foodcourt.
    People like to hang out here when the city is closed in the evening or during holidays.

    What to pay: Pay in Euro, US dollars or SRD .
    Prices are re expensive

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    Hermitage Mall: shopping mall

    by Valeggua Updated Oct 23, 2007

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    This shopping mall is opened daily from 4PM til 10PM (also weekends and holidays)
    People love to come here to buy designers clothing, or just to wander around when all shops in the city are closed.

    What to buy: There's a nice book store in Hermitage mall

    What to pay: A lot of the shops you can pay in US dollars or Euro's. Especially clothes can be very expensive here..

    Related to:
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    • Luxury Travel

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    Berbice River Duty Free: Stock up on alcohol

    by grets Updated Oct 24, 2004

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    As befits any internation borden, the river crossing between Suriname and Guyana at Corentyne River, has a large duty free store.

    What to buy: All the main names of spirits and perfume are there, along with some more local brands.

    Duty Free

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    Central Market: Indoor market in Paramaribo

    by duke0123 Updated Oct 20, 2002

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    Central Market isn't really a shop but consists of several stands where people sell their vegetables, fish, meat, spices, birds in cages, cigarettes and much more.
    The market is the biggest indoor market in the Caribbean and surely worth a visit (market places are always interesting to visit).
    Actually the market is a shed and a two-floor building but the business takes place on the street too.

    What to buy: I can't tell you what you have to take with you from Suriname, but I bought some spices, like massala and masoesa.
    If you want to buy, for example, garter, just do it (if you want to take it home you better buy this at the airport).

    Central Market

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    Van Roseveltkade 20, Paramaribo 0000, Suriname

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    Good for: Families

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