Shops in Thrissur

The shops in Thrissur offer the local inhabitants as well as the tourists with an opportunity to choose from a wide array of traditional handicraft items, books and handloom products. Located at convenient positions within Thrissur, the shops display the unique items of handicraft and handloom industries of the region.

The cultural nerve center of Kerala, Thrissur is a shoppers paradise. The beautifully produced handicraft items of Thrissur have an internationally acclaimed status. Most of the tourists who visit Thrissur purchase several products from the handloom and handicraft industries that serve as souvenirs and gift items for their near and dear ones.

Thrissur has several shopping complexes and markets that sell various products at reasonable costs. Some of the prominent shops of Thrissur are:
  • Bismi Duty Paid Shop
  • Aishwarya Foreign Collection
  • Al- Hadeer Duty Paid Shop
  • Dubai Corner
  • Chithrapuri Duty Paid Shop
All the shops of Thrissur are supported by well behaved sales men and women who assist the local inhabitants and the tourists to choose from the unique pieces of artifacts. Shopping in Thrissur is a memorable experience that provides with a scope to explore the rich traditional heritage and cultural legacy of the place which is reflected in its unique handicrafts and handloom items.

Shopping in Thrissur is incomplete without purchasing the indigenous handloom items of beautifully designed saris of silk. Jewelry is another notable shopping item of Thrissur. The elegantly designed necklaces and bangles cast a magical spell on the tourists who are thrilled with the rare collection of jewelry products of Thrissur.

Last Updated on 01/06/2013



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