Daman and Diu Shopping



Daman and Diu shopping is an integral part of a tour of the Union Territory of Daman and Diu. The old town with its colonial hangover makes shopping in Daman and Diu a completely new experience. Although shopping in Daman and Diu is not like a typical shopping hub, the experience of gathering souvenirs while walking down the old lanes is a great way of observing their culture.

There are a number of Daman and Diu shopping locations and the tourists are particularly advice to visit these places where they can pick some of the most beautiful items. The Maharaja Super Market and the Princess Park on the Devak beach which are a the most popular sites of Daman and Diu shopping.

Daman and Diu shopping includes a number of items and they vary in every way. Besides the regular beach items like shells and oysters, there are a number of interesting items that one can pick at these markets in Daman and Diu. A specialty of Daman and Diu shopping are the custom made goods that they sell. The most common items that one can pick while on a spree of Daman and Diu shopping include:
  • Electronic items,
  • Perfumes,
  • Toys
  • Hand woven of bamboo mats and baskets
  • Leather slippers


Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013




     


     

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