The handmade soaps, creams and goodies here are made with organic coconut oil; everything smells and feels divine. Stop by and you’ll probably get a tour showing how the products are made.
Salelologa's main market sells arts, crafts, souvenirs, trinkets and some fresh produce. It's a fairly languid affair, but worth a browse. Savai'i's main bus terminal is located here.
High Samoan fashion in the form of well-cut dresses in traditional fabrics or painted with floral patterns. It’s a bit pricey but there’s something for all shapes and sizes.
Stop in for high-quality, locally made art, craft and gifts, including hand-blocked fabric, lava-lava, prints, tailored shirts, bedding and jewellery.
This little nook has an on-site gallery and beautiful outdoor cafe. Locally made jewellery, carvings, art and more are all of exceptional quality.
Janet's stocks a large range of woodcarvings, siapo and gifts.
The biggest and best-stocked supermarket on Savai'i.