The Honiara Market is where the locals go to shop. As well as the many stalls selling fruit, vegetables and fish, there are also clothing stalls and handicraft stalls. The market is where you will find the man who turns x-rays into artwork. On Saturdays, the flower sellers are out in force, and the flowers are cheap! Note: The market... 更多
A quick visit early in the morning to see what honiara has to offer raw food wise. Great selection of fish but the choice of vegs seems pretty limited . God place for tourists to have a quick around, take some photos and move on
The central Market is the centre of town ,it has lots of good food produce from locals to buy but is very crowded with lots of rubbish surrounding it ,be careful with your valuables keep them close and hold on to bags tightly. be aware.
I was recently asked by a friend "What is the best tour to do in Honiara when we only have half a day to do it?" It took me no time to think about my reply "Do the World War 2 Museum & history tour". This is really the best way to see most of Honiara & surrounds, as well... 更多
Located downtown in Honiara, this is full of fresh local produce and buzzing with people, this provides a colourful scene with plenty of opportunity to meet the locals.
The place is hot, crowded, dirty, and reeks of unwashed bodies. There is no reason to go here as anything you can get here can be bought in other markets around the city.
Shop where the locals do for fruit, vegetables and fish (as well as other items like shell jewellery and second hand clothes.) Prices vary according to the season. Very affordable for most people. Keep a close watch on your valuables as there are thieves and pickpockets about!