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East Africa's largest entertainment and shopping destination. Description: The Village Market is East Africa's largest Shopping, Recreation and Entertainment destination. The complex is home to over 150 outlets covering 210,000 square feet of retail...more
All reviews unique mall great food court african crafts shops selling modern shops high end shops nice market buying souvenirs all age groups local masai small mall business trip to nairobi wood carvings fun experience nice place to visit vendors handicrafts
Bought some great souvenirs from here - however you must bargain to the extent of literally brining the price down 1 fifth of what is being offered - great value for money! and great experience to get a feel of the loca vendors and people...More
Having been in Nairobi for several years, all Nairobians lamented the lack of activities as the complex expanded.
We visited on a sunny Sunday and found ourselves overwhelmed with options. Beyond the great new food court in the new section, an indoor kids play area...More
Great place for a fun experience within the rich Kenyan culture. The prices might seem high, but you are basically supporting the country's heritage.
It was great fun talking to the stall owners - each have their unique style!
We spent few hours with kids. Did some shopping, took some photos and had good food. It’s a shopping center with a different setup. Looked pleasant with trees and plants all over. Never looked like a mall. Lot of options for the food.
So I was in Nairobi a few months back and I happened to go to the village Market and I was very impressed, the atmosphere was very nice the art 🎨 so beautiful. Lots of restaurants and shopping centers and the new upgrade is gonna...More
Excellent place for shopping but no big box stores (Carrefour is at 2 Rivers mall). Amazing food court with large variety (no fast food outlets- which adds to the charm). Best Boerwers I've had outside of SA. On Fridays there is the Masai Market in...More
We visited here for buying souvenirs.
At the entrance, security guards have inspection to visitors,
so I think this is one of safe place in Nairobi.
You can buy clothes, tableware with animal painting.
Additionally you can have meals here(food court),and snacks at supermarket.
The village market promotes hand made Kenyan/African crafts and goods. It has variety of items that are not only colorful but very authentic. You also learn about which cultural group makes the item. I was very disappointed in the way a lot of the sellers...More
This is a unique mall that mixes the open air and covered areas with wide variety of shops. The shopping possibilities are huge from furniture, clothes, jewelries and hair dressers
The huge food courts has all types of food with authentic tastes
It is a...More
Ramps available from the entrance into the main part of the food court for wheelchair access and to the best of my memory there's also a ramp to the upper floors very close to the stairs, hope this helps.