Malls & Shopping Center's
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Palm Beach PlazaPalm Beach Plaza is one of Aruba's most entertaining shopping centers, conveniently located on the busiest end of the high rise strip. The sunny courtyard has water features, fountains, and an open-air amphitheatre for the staging of local performances. Apart from the three floors of excellent shopping and dining ventures, Palm Beach Plaza is also home to the Caribbean Cinemas Megaplex 8, Dream Bowl, Laser Tag, and Aruba Fun City.
Paseo Herencia MallA "Paseo" is a stroll in Papiamento and "Herencia" is heritage. This is not just a shopping mall in Palm Beach, dear visitors. Paseo Herencia is where the whole island comes together to shop, have a drink, dine, watch the newest movies or a spectacular show, and to celebrate Aruba's history and culture. Meet the local stars and talents by visiting the Wall Of Fame around the Plaza Padu and keep on strolling. There is always something happening at Paseo Herencia.
Renaissance MallRenaissance Mall & Marketplace filled with a variety of trendy shops, high-end retailers and restaurants.
Renaissance MarketplaceAn outdoor piazza with the style and panache of an upscale shopping mall into one vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment destination.
Royal Plaza MallThis very pink and ornate building houses an attractive collection of shops that offers a little bit of everything.Three levels of shops—indoor and outdoor—make up this artsy arcade full of small boutiques, cigar shops, designer clothing outlets, gift and jewelry stores, and souvenir kiosks.
Super Food PlazaSuper Food is a grocery store filled with fresh produce and Dutch brands to the new and growing Super Food Plaza shopping complex in Bubali, where customers can do their daily groceries, have a delicious lunch in Jack's Cafe, pick out the finest wines and liquors at Cheers, buy the freshest fish and seafood at Daily Fish, shop for home appliances and decor at Casa.
The VillageIt takes a village to raise a child, but The Village in Palm Beach takes the whole family for some cultural upbringing, which may or may not include shopping. This picturesque center consisting of brightly colored cafes, restaurants and shops, is located right in front of the high rise hotels. If visitors want to shop for designer swimwear, sunglasses, cameras, or make a reservation for water sport activities, the Red Sail Sports chain has a retail store here. The Village has a cigar, a gift and
Wharfside Flea MarketBring your best haggling tricks and get ready to bargain for T-shirts, local arts, crafts and delicacies. This flea market at the dock of Oranjestad's harbor used to be Aruba's first public market. Years ago, before the big supermarkets started to pop up everywhere, farmers and fishermen brought their fresh fruits, vegetables and fish here, at these open-air kiosks along the harbor, for locals to barter and buy. The Waf (wharf) was desolated for a while, but one day it picked up its trading habi