Decided to shop at the Straw Market to get the experience. The market was a good way to talk to the locals and learn more about the island. The products sold (wood carvings, colorful souvenir dresses/shirts) were repetitive in 99% of the stores. I would have liked to see more variety.
This is the place to shop for souvenirs. If you want to (over)pay full price - avoid this place. You can get t-shirts, bags, glasses, mugs, and all other touristy stuff. some great woodwork (dominoes, chess, figurines) is reasonably priced, but you can still bargain. Place is a bit stuffy and hot, but savings are wort it - says Mrs... 更多
This is a vibrant and loud market. There are lots of handcrafted items worth purchasing such as the hand woven straw bags, dolls and hats and the hand carved wooden items which they can personalise for you. It is fascinating to see the stall owners at work at their handicraft. You can also get conch shells which are unique to... 更多
Best way to describe it, it's a flea market, were everyone sells the same touristy souvenirs. Its a covered open air market, which gets hot and musty. If you do decide to venture here, make sure that you haggle, if you don't you will pay double if not more for everything. Depending on the vendor they will either work on... 更多
There had to be more then 100 stalls with everything for sale. Many of the vendors sold the same souvenirs. Lots of hand crafted items and really nice woodworking.
The Straw Market in Nassau is just one of those places that you need to visit. It's essentially a large covered flea market full of vendors hawking clothing and handmade items. Obviously it's very tourist-centric but if you have the time, you can find some great items for sale in here. The vendors will invite you to stop and look... 更多
It's a jam packed non air conditioned warehouse with all local vendors selling souvenirs. Some home made, some bought, lots of haggling, and sometimes annoying pushy vendors. but if you're looking for something to buy as a gift, it's here.