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All reviews fruit souvenir shopping fresh produce buy souvenirs t shirts second floor beautiful flowers local crafts the upper level beans tahitian vanilla food stalls for sale prepared food locals shop two floors great place to visit
We travelled to Papeete on a Sunday to visit the market. Despite travel guides that indicated it was open 4am to 4pm every day, apparently it closes at 9am on a Sunday.
We returned at 5am the following Monday before we flew out and only...More
Mostly a food and produce market, it is a great place to stock up on fruit and veg, and they also have a good fish selection. Prices are typical Papeete high prices even though it is a market that the locals use. Eg watermelon USD$15,...More
Before coming here I have been on Borabora and Moorea. I have been waiting before buying souvenirs and gifts because I thought - as anyone else- that here it would have been cheaper! What a mistake. Some examples? A fridge magnet: on MATIRA BEACH (front...More
Perfect place to find a wide range of affordable gifts. Second floor shops offer affordable pearls and local jewelry.
Walk five-minutes from the Ferry Port to the Municipal Market. Avoid the expensive stores on the Main Street because the same choices, lower priced, are at...More
This is a great place to find an amazing array of gifts and souvenirs. Free wifi at the cafe with purchase although not very reliable wifi as so many people using it. Do shop around as prices vary a bit.
our hotel offered a shuttle downtown so we spent a morning in this market looking at jewelry (more moderately priced than a fancy pearl shop). found some nice items in a boutique upstairs. we also enjoyed some food from the vendors inside the market... a...More
Visited this market on Thursday morning and got there early. All the food and gift stalls are essentially the same stall repeated 20 times. For a “local” market, there were precious few products made locally and everything is too expensive. An example of how expensive...More