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it was buzzing on Saturday- bought all our veges and fruit here - fruit that is not grown on the island comes from NZ (apples, even some bananas)
Big watermelons TOP10, Small watermelon TOP5, lettuce TOP$1, 5 x tomatoes TOP$2; Red pepper (capsicum) TOP$1. Carrots....More
Located rather centrally in Neiafu. Fresh fruit and veggies to make life a little easier / cheaper for you if your cooking at home everything you need.
Loads of shops to have a look at which all have something rather similar to be honest but...More
Well worth several visits and don't forget the 2nd level, there can be bargins to be had up there. When buying shell necklaces and such you can get it engraved with a name at no extra cost at some stalls
Go here first for souvenirs.
This market has lots of fruit and veg, as well as souvenirs and Tupenu (Tupenu is the Tongan term for a wrapped garment also called a sarong, lungi, or lava-lava).
There are wonderful handmade bags, fans, Tapa cloths, mats, baskets,...More
Easily spent about three hours wandering around, wouldn't have minded having a heap more money to buy some of the local collectibles as they are really quite impressive. Lots of fresh fruit and Vegies too.
It’s a pretty big market with lots of local produce. A real gem if you are a fan of talo. But under cover there’s also a smallish but pretty good selection of local handicrafts. There’s no bartering here but plenty of friendly banter which is...More