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i just wanted to review this to point out that they have a rather good wine selection (considering you are on an island in the middle of the pacific) but you get some well know brands.
other than that it is nothing special but you...More
You get all kind of food there. Inside is also a little pharmacy.
On the 2nd floor u have also a store where u can get some "souvenirs"
In the front of wctc u can park ur car.
The workers in Palau r actually nice...More
I think it is just another shopping mall and should not be consider an "attraction" of Palau.
However, it is right in the center of Koror Town and has a nice supermarket. You can find many grocery products from both US and some Asian countries...More
We got hats at the department store upstairs. If you need any swimming/diving gear, go to the shopping center across the street where the gear is a little cheaper. Not a whole lot of variety in the clothing, but the prices are about average for...More
this shopping center is the central point of the city - best meeting spot and a place to buy stuff. However as anything in Palau, it is expensive and there is not really variable local dishes. In front of its entrance there is a small...More
We stayed in the hotel just next to WCTC for ten days. The supermarket had most of what we needed—Greek yogurt, apples, nuts, fresh crunchy cucumbers and daily ripe papayas. We bought several plastic snap storage boxes and some ceramic serving spoons to take home....More
This store has the best selection of any of the stores in Palau. There's a grocery and pharmacy on the ground floor, and electronics, clothing, and souvenirs on the second floor. It's location is surprising and it isn't well marked. If you're across the street...More
Great place to stop for souvenirs. Conveniently located on the "main drag" in downtown Koror, the second floor is your standard "big box" retailer. It sells everything a tourist might want to bring home - from local snacks to T-shirts, magnets, and key chains. It...More