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City council should spend money to bring this place 21 century, looks like still on the 17 century. fruit and veg shops outside are shags made out wood and plastic covers. inside is dark and dirty very chaotic.
A very cool market, sells food vegetables n fruits most of all local crafts... you must gone see the locals here, and barter over products as folks do this, ask to take photos and pay locals a bit of cash. All there crafts are handmade...More
As much as I am a local, this is sub standard. It just needs a reconstruction fit for both a capital city and a tourist place. Parking is sometimes a pain in the neck and honestly there is nothing much to see let alone to...More
This place has always been a "must visit" on any trip to Swazi. There are an incredible array of crafts on show form soapstone figurines of every description through to intricately woven textiles and kitchen ware, masks and general curios. It can be a little...More
The traditional markets are a great place to get chatting to the locals. The traditional materials are still being used to create innovative designs to appeal to both international and local markets. Beautiful jewelry made by the local women has been used as traditional cultural...More
Swaziland is just beautiful. Serenly nestled in the mountains the drive from Mozambique is picuresque. Enjoyed it immensely. The town is clean, the people friendly and it is very safe. Look forward to another visit.