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Nairobi - Shopping

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#1 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Factory Tours
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Category: Specialty Shops
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#3 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Malls
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Category: Shops
Owner description: Kitengela Glass split into two separately owned glass companies 20 years ago. Anselm's glass blowing studio (with 25 years of... more » Owner description: Kitengela Glass split into two separately owned glass companies 20 years ago. Anselm's glass blowing studio (with 25 years of expertise) in the planetarium dome makes blown & cast items, beads, lighting and architectural installations in an eco-friendly environment next to the Nairobi National Park. He also has a small cafe serving fresh sandwiches, coffee and juices. Alternatively Nani's company offers stained glass, rudimentary glass blowing, accommodation and animals. A visit to both companies is recommended, as they have very different ethos and products. Welcome! « less
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#5 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Shops

Amani ya Juu (meaning “higher peace” in Swahili) is a Fair Trade, Non-Profit Organization in Nairobi, Kenya. Amani is a project started in 1996 with the purpose of helping... more »

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Category: Malls
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#7 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
Owner description: East Africa's largest entertainment and shopping destination. Description: The Village Market is East Africa's largest... more » Owner description: East Africa's largest entertainment and shopping destination. Description: The Village Market is East Africa's largest Shopping, Recreation and Entertainment destination. The complex is home to over 150 outlets covering 210,000 square feet of retail space, 20,000 square feet of office space in addition to a host of recreation facilities. The mall essentially provides residents of the area with high-end shopping and entertainment, satisfying a niche that was not previously explored. As the name suggests, the complex embodies the spirit of the African market in an open-air setting. To live up to its African theme, are waterfalls, rivers and over 2000 exotic plants and gardens, giving this magnificent shopping centre an edge over other shopping malls. Since its inception 14 years ago, The Village Market has revolutionized shopping while redefining recreation and entertainment. Over the years, the centre has successfully been able to blend modernity and culture to provide an aura of modern shopping.This innovation has not gone unnoticed. Due to its remarkable architectural design, The Village Market has earned numerous accolades including the coveted International Council of Shopping Centres' Design Award. « less
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#8 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Specialty Shops
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#9 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Specialty Shops
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#10 of 14 attractions in Nairobi
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
This craft market, nearly destroyed by civil unrest in 1998, is across from the large City Market.
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Owner description: Nani Kitengela Glass Research and Training Trust located opp. Nairobi National Park,40 min drive from the city, deals in... more » Owner description: Nani Kitengela Glass Research and Training Trust located opp. Nairobi National Park,40 min drive from the city, deals in eco-friendly activities majoring in Recycled Handmade Glass. Most of her commissions can be seen in Banks, Hospitals, Churches and private residents both locally & Internationally. « less
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