Why Cape Town is a happening shopping site

Buy shop or dine

From elephant art to antelope jerky, the city offers unique–and proudly South African–finds

img_1970 Sunday market in Hout Bay, Cape Town

It was June 2016 when I was lucky to get to fly back to South Africa. Cape Town specifically. Being the last stop in our African adventure, Cape Town is blessed with with a Mediterranean climate, this region is also gifted with natural wonders and breathtaking rock formations, such as the 250-million-year-old flat-top Table Mountain, a stunning landmark that one can reach by hiking or through cableway.

img_1863 Tabletop mountain in Cape Town

With an exchange rate of P3 to one South African rand, Cape Town is definitely the place to be for a shopaholic Pinoy.

Shopping for traditional African arts and crafts is a given, but Cape Town also boasts modern and sophisticated products with African and Western influences.

img_1961 Youth and tradition. Friendly sales staff at Watershed wearing traditional African…

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