Boracay Island Shopping
Where to Shop in Boracay Island
White Beach, the main commercial district of Boracay has gift shops and boutiques selling souvenirs and crafts such as costume jewelry made out of shells, home decor items, inexpensive apparel, and popular local snacks. The area has several flea markets though D’ Mall near Station Two is the most popular one. This mini-complex offers a wide range of stalls that offer beachwear, accessories, clothes, and toiletries. Supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops are also located here. Outside of the White Beach area, the shopping is sparse or non-existent.Read More
The Philippines is an excellent destination for anyone interested in picking up elaborate handicrafts, home-furnishings, jewelry, embroidery and baskets. In buying traditional crafts such as silks and carvings, tourists are invariably helping to support a still-growing and fragile economy. There is no doubt that Manila is the place to go for serious shopping. This is a shopping capital, with many air-conditioned, brand-heavy, ultra-modern malls. If you’re looking to buy something a bit more indigenous then the various markets around Manila and on the other islands are laden with handmade, high-quality goods. Read More...