Good buys in Trinidad include Angostura bitters, Old Oak or Vat 19 rum, and leather goods, all widely available throughout the country. Thanks in large part to the costumes needed for Carnival, there's no shortage of fabric shops. The best bargains for Asian and East Indian silks and cottons can be found in downtown Port of Spain, on Frederick Street and around Independence Square. Recordings of local calypsonians and steel-pan performances as well as chutney (local East Indian music) are available throughout the islands and make great gifts. Note that duty-free goods are available only at the airport upon departure or arrival.

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  • 1. 101 Art Gallery at Holder's Studio

    Newtown | Crafts

    Trinidad's foremost gallery showcases Jackie Hinkson (figurative watercolors), Peter Sheppard (stylized realist local landscapes in acrylic...Read More

  • 2. Cocoyea


    For painted plates, ceramics, aromatic candles, wind chimes, and carved-wood pieces and instruments, check out Cocoyea. ...Read More

  • 3. Rainy Days Gift Shop

    Maraval | Crafts

    Stylish handmade batik items, Ajoupa (an attractive, local terra-cotta pottery), CDs, local art, T-shirts, and many other gift items are available...Read More

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