Boracay shopping will take you to a world of new and exotic sights and impressions with its variaety of markets and malls. You can easily spend hours looking around, examine curios items on display and buying necessities, souvenirs, local delicacies and much more.
Boracay shopping can be done easily in several different places depending on what you are looking for. From malls to wet markets, Boracay has it all. The largest market on the island is called Talipapa, which means “fish market”. However the Talipapa offers more than just fish. It covers some 4000 square meters between White Beach and the Main Road at the center of the island. Boracay’s Talipapa is essentially a flea market, with countless stalls, boutiques and shops for clothes, jewelry, souvenirs and handicrafts as well as fruits and vegetables. There’s also a well designed wet market at the back end where you can find a large assortment of fish and meat.
The Plazoleta near the Boracay Regency Hotel is a very small mall and a popular meeting place. The shops and boutiques are mostly unique and offer carefully exhibited articles, fashion pieces and artistic objects.
D’Mall stretches from White Beach to the Main Road. Constructed by a single developer, the various shops share a common structural design. The shops’ décor vary, however and many are original and attractive. A wide range of products and services is available in these shops, including more expensive specialty items such as artwork, unique Filipino handicrafts and antiques, fashionable clothes, diving gear, surfing and biking stuff and much more. There are also barber shops and a dentist, drugstores, a digital print shop, sports shops, airline agencies and even a daycare center. One can also find bars in D’Mall. Even more abundant here are the choice of eating cheaply or nobly with dishes from all around the world.
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