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  • La Isla Shopping Village
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  • 1. La Isla Shopping Village

    Even though you are not the type of person who like shopping a lot, you will feel like you'll miss something if you didn't go here. I would suggest you to go to La Isla shopping village in the evening...

  • 2. Mercado 28

    This is the market where the locals go. It is called Market 23. It is a bit difficult to find and some of the venders can't speak English. We had to ask a few times before we received enough...

  • 3. Kukulcán Plaza

    There is great browsing in this Mall. I love to walk around here. It's so cool (A/C wise) and some of the best coffee ever too. You can get good deals on T-shirts here. If you want the cheap ones go...

  • 4. Shopping

    So many shops so many souvieniers to many drugs to try, get whatever you need at these places.... beware: use bargaining skills because theywillofferyouapricethatisthe highest they think you...

  • 5. Wal-Mart

    Ahhhh... as a Wal*Mart associate, I had to check out the Cancun version. Much the same as anywhere else, Low Prices, Always! I was amazed at the way their store was set up... Mainly the fresh areas....

  • 6. Airport

    When you fly longdistance you are allowed to buy tax free (till a certain amount of items and products). All you wanna have that is expensive is a (little) cheaper at an airport. But in Cancun its...

  • 7. Plaza La Fiesta

    The Mexican Outlet is a one-stop shop for all your Mexican handicraft needs. Here you can find anything from postcards to onyx, silver to beach towels, sombreros to hand blown margarita sets. The...

  • 8. Plaza Caracol

    It is not a very big mall, but... it is a mall, and it is located near the entrance of the long stripe of sand where the hotels are lined in a regular sequence. We used it mainly to escape from the...

  • 9. Turtle Beach Shopping Center

    If you are ready for another day of haggling over small trinkets, and actually enjoy this sort of thing, head to Playa Tortugas, next to Fat Tuesday. In every shop, they have virtually the same stuff...

  • 10. Super Express

    If you're looking for a supermarket stop by the Super Express across from the Hotel Presidente. They have a wide selection and good prices. I recommend stopping in here to buy provisions if you're...

  • 11. Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville

    Here we are, on the shores of the Caribbean - how could we turn down a look inside Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville? The shop itself is a tacky little place located inside Plaza Flamingo, which itself...

  • 12. Senor Frog's

    You can't visit Cancun without at least stopping in one of the many SENOR FROG'S outlets. It's a fun place to shop during the day and it's a fun place for entertainment at night. Hats, T-shirts,...

  • 13. Hotels

    The lobby at the Moon Palace was huge. The design of the roof itself, I thought was pretty captivating. I really enjoyed the main lobby at the moon palace, and spent one day shopping for gifts here....

  • 14. Plaza 2000

    Lose your suntan lotion, need cheap sandals or towels, want to browse real Mexican music, need some stomach remedies, want to pay way less for your booze? Plaza 2000 (pronounced "plaza dos-mill") is...

  • 15. Plaza Flamingo

    If you want bargains, head to the mainland to Cancun City's outdoor markets lining the east side of Avenida Tulum-but note that while prices may be lower there, the quality can be, too. Market vendors...

  • 17. brand names: Luxury Avenue

    This is a mall - fastfood upstairs - chinese food, burger king, baskins... downstairs are sit down restaurants - Chinese, American, Mexcian food. Lots of stores...

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  • Dec 3, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    MONOMALO: It is a store on Hildago Ave that sells t-shirts, postcards, etc. Unfortunately after purchasing a very nice t-shirt from the shop, I got home and discovered that the shirt was far too small after washing in cold water and not drying it. I requested from the owners that I would pay for shipping to/from and even compensate them a bit for the exchange. Despite never drying or wearing the t-shirt the owners would not even consider an exchange. I was very disappointed and would not recommend purchasing anything from MONOMALO.