Following trends set in Cape Town and Johannesburg, Station Drive is an artsy complex that's helping to regenerate a rundown part of town. Shops within include designer-clothing boutiques, photography studio, distil…
At the western end of Bertha Mkhize St, this is the hub of the Indian community. It offers a typically rip-roaring subcontinental shopping experience, with more than 160 stalls selling wares from across Asia. Watch …
This not-for-profit gallery has an excellent selection of high-quality work by rural craftspeople and artists.
One of Durban's major shopping centres with pharmacies, banks and plenty of chain stores.
Sells a large range of Zulu handicrafts, plus there’s a museum and a local, slightly contrived ‘village’. It's a good place to pick up souvenirs, but you may be fighting through the coach crowds.
More like a museum than a bookshop, this antique-filled delight is chock-a-block with first editions and is everything an antiquarian bookshop should be.
The mother of all shopping malls is popular with Durbanites. It's reached via the N2 just north of Uhmlanga Rocks.
On the city’s outskirts in Westville, just a 5km drive from the centre on the N3 towards Pietermaritzburg.