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There are a number of minimarts and souvenir shops in the village, including a few moderately interesting Chinese-themed boutiques.
 
There are a number of minimarts and souvenir shops in the village, including a few moderately interesting Chinese-themed boutiques.
 
There are a number of mini-marts and souvenir shops in the Fisherman’s Village, including a few moderately interesting Chinese-themed boutiques. You can do your shopping of skillfully-made furniture items or excellent souvenirs while walking along the streets of Fisherman’s Village. A must visit shop is Samui Footwear, a small stall offering leather shoes and shoe repairs. The shoes are reasonably priced and are all original designs showcasing superior craftsmanship.
 
 
* <buy name="Sari" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+66 77 427 540" email="" fax="" url="" hours="16:00-22:00" price="">Souvenir seekers looking for something unique to bring home or searching for that little trinket to make their trip memorable will love this place. It is an artistic shop featuring bottled orchids from Bangkok, hand-carved amulets, silver jewellery from all around Asia, a wide and varied selection of handbags from India, China and Malaysia, even designer clothes from Hong Kong. All merchandise is carefully selected by owner Sirisopa “Toy” Premananda and are sourced from her shopping trips all around the continent.</buy>
 
  
 
== Eat ==
 
== Eat ==

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