Malls Flooded With Foreign Apparels

Shopping in South Africa is an inexpensive activity because of favorable exchange rate and low production cost. South African cities offer you the best shopping experience of your life. Cape Town is an ideal place for shopping as a number of shopping malls, shops and markets offer so many things to buy. The most talented and creative gold designers live in Cape Town so you can expect the latest designs of gold jewellery to buy. In addition to this, Cape Town offers numerous shopping malls, which sell each and every thing of your interest.

If you are planning to visit Cape Town then this article will guide you about the must visit Cape Town shopping malls which are given below.

Cape Quarter

Cape Quarter is the home of fashion, medicine, beauty and art stores. Its building is the typical example of South African architecture and is located in one of the busiest areas of Cape Town. You can see several shops, restaurants and offices around the building, which keep the area busy. Cape Quarter can easily be accessed by foot, taxi or bus. The whole building is covered with security and CCTV cameras.

V&A waterfront

In term of shopping V&A waterfront is considered the most energetic place of the city. The most interesting thing about the mall is its location. It is located between Robben Island and Table Mountain and is surrounded by restaurants, pubs, shops, cinemas, theatres and craft markets etc. So the geographical location of V&A waterfront shouts itself that how attractive that mall would be.

Cavendish Square

Cavendish Square is located in Southern suburbs in the up market suburb of Claremont. It’s an award winning mall as it consists of 250 of the best stores of South Africa. Here you can buy the latest accessories related to fashion. Cavendish Square mall is highly secured areas, you can see several security personals providing security to the customers. Either you want to buy white hat or black skirt, Cavendish Square mall has everything for you.

Canal Walk

With more than 400 stores, Canal Walk is famous among local and international tourists. Jewellery, art, fashion, shoes, leather, music and several other type of stores make the mall, a must visit place for shopping lover. Getting all these things under one roof gives an awesome shopping experience.

Tyger Valley shopping Centre

Tyger Valley, a bustling and vibrant shopping Centre, is located just 10 minutes drive away from the city centre. With almost 270 stores, it also houses a bank, foreign exchange bureau, medical house and 10 cinemas. The place that incorporates the bank, entertainment, food and shopping is easily accessible by foot, taxi and bus from the city center.

In addition to these centers, Willow Bridge shopping center, Gardens Centre, Constantia Village shopping centre, Blue Route Mall, Long Beach Mall and Adlephi Centre are some other must visit shopping malls. Most of the Cape Town’s shopping centers have foreign exchange bureau so foreign currency is not a problem for any one.