One of the highlights is shopping at the straw markets in Montego Bay. Haggling is an art form.

The 'Hip Strip' also boasts many colorful shops with souvenirs and aggressive shop keepers. St. James Place Shopping Centre has a more relaxed atmosphere if haggling is not for you.

Try Halfmoon Shopping Village for a hassle free shopping environment. No problem to park and ease of walking without any problems.It has a wonderful mix of souvenirs, resort clothing, and accessories and duty free shops in a relaxing setting. Walk freely and browse at your own leisure at this shopping destination. Stores to visit are Copasetic (complete family clothing and souvenir shopping experience), Royal Shop (duty free purchases of fragrances,watches and jewelry), Nothing too common (t-shirts), A Bob Marley Museum experience theater highlights the live of Bob Marley's life. For Duty Free shoppers, there are five stores with an assortment of watches, jewelry, fragrances, crystals, and leather. There are two restaurants for dining with Authentic Indian and Thai food, and an English Pub. This shopping destination is open seven days from 10am to 6pm.

Check out the Craft market for cheap prices. It is located in downtown Montego Bay the prices are cheaper than anywhere else in Montego Bay and you can haggle with the vendors.