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True Culture

People are very friendly and warm welcoming...I found a big and wide variety of traditional... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
Antananarivo, Madagascar
stones and pierres

The craftsman market of Andravoahangy is just a little out from the centre, it seems further as the... read more

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20 Nov 2017
“A lot of choices at Digue market”
13 Aug 2017
“True Culture”
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Reviewed 21 November 2017

I bought the majority of my gifts from this market. There are clothing materials, wooden carvings, jewelry, metal gifts, essentially anything you can think of and it all has that hand made quality look. You should hardcore bargain because people are expecting that. Divide whatever...More

3  Thank AOKayla
Reviewed 13 August 2017

People are very friendly and warm welcoming...I found a big and wide variety of traditional Malagasy things great souvenirs for friends and family, so all in all a great place to visit with friends and family

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Reviewed 14 May 2016

A tremendous number of vendors offer a variety of locally made products. Embroidered baby pj's are in the range of about $15 for a set; marquetry wood trays and wall hangings are about $20; malagasy solitaire - for the medium sized game table $16 (amazon...More

4  Thank Portlander
Reviewed 14 April 2016

Great and colorfull experience. You can do all your shopping there. Just be careful with jewelery, cameras, purses etc. like everywhere in Tana.

1  Thank Atout V
Reviewed 18 October 2015

You'll find everything you could wish for at this market: wood carving, clothes, fossils, petrified wood, minerals, in everyform and size. I spent a couple of hours here. People are very friendly, but remember to bargain :)

2  Thank Dan831984
Reviewed 3 October 2015 via mobile

The market mainly sell handicrafts, stone, woods and T shirt. They mark up the price very much, make sure bargin the price. For example T shirt ask for 30000 to 40000Ar, I brought it 10000 to 15000 Ar. It rwally worth a visit. However, better...More

2  Thank karenjojo
Reviewed 28 July 2015

This was a fun shopping experience, but I wish I could have spent more time there. I was looking for a metal sculpture of a fish like the one I'd seen in one of my hotel rooms, but there wasn't one available. I settled for...More

1  Thank cchang2010
Reviewed 28 January 2015

This market is fascinating. The small stalls run for as far as the eye can see. The goods are all made in Madagascar and they are beautiful. Seldom have I found so many interesting and unique handcrafted items. Of course, the baskets and leather work...More

2  Thank NYWrldTrav
Reviewed 12 September 2014

The craftsman market of Andravoahangy is just a little out from the centre, it seems further as the taxi gets stuck so often in the crowded streets. There are just too many people trying to earn a little so they impact badly on the general...More

3  Thank yerfandsam
Reviewed 20 February 2014

The whole city is a huge market . The open air markets are very much a live with a large amount of sellers and buyers . The only weak point in all of these are the pickpockets ! You must be alerted all the time...More

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21 May 2016|
Response from Portlander | Reviewed this property |
Digue Market place, Le marché de la digue or Le Marche Artisinal de la ... from along the fast route (RN4) towards Ivato International Airport.