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Flory Saltzman Molas

Molas are possibly the most incredible example of the indigenous Panamanian artisanal tradition. Intricate reverse appliqué embroidery has been practiced by the Kuna people for hundreds of years to make the colorful, geometric patterns of animals, plants, and any other form the artist cares to imagine. At Flory Saltzman Molas, customers are treated to a remarkable array of items demonstrating this technique, with the textiles sewn into bags, shirts, coin-purses, headbands, and simply sold as patches to take on whatever purpose necessary. The encyclopedic place has options for every budget, from small designs costing pocket change to elaborate projects priced at hundreds of dollars.

Fuerte Amador Resort & Marina

Not satisfied with a mere marina and cruise ship terminal, developers on the Calzada de Amador transformed this practical meeting place into a two-story center of shopping, dining, drinking and, of course, appreciating the great view. Catch a boat to Tobajo after a great Italian meal, or stare at the slow movements of massive ships through shiny new sunglasses.

Galería Art Indigena

Those tourists interested in learning about the many remarkable artistic traditions of Panama—and, of course, interested in bringing some examples back home—have few better resources at their disposal than the Galería Art Indigena in Casco Viejo. The store stocks carvings, paintings, woven baskets and bowls, figurines, masks, t-shirts, post cards, maracas, hammocks, decorated gourds, hats, animals fashioned from palm seeds, and many more treasures to be discovered along the shelves. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the Galería also hosts folkloric dancing performances from 6 until 8p.

Avenida Central

Just north of Casco Viejo, Central Avenue makes a turn eastwards and undergoes a remarkable transformation between the Plaza Santa Ana and the Plaza Cinco de Mayo. Cars are permanently barred from this stretch of wide roadway, lined with businesses and teeming with a combination of shoppers, sellers, colors, and noise. Pushcarts and stands vend fresh juices, agua de pipa, candy, hot dogs, produce and ices, while the inexpensive stores bordering the avenue display a cacophony of fabrics, jewelry, electronics, and food presented on steam tables. The crowds that are drawn to this area are endlessly fascinating to be a part of, and if you actually need to buy something at a good price, look no further.

Super Gourmet

A few tables sprout umbrellas out on the sidewalk and a couple more stand inside, but Super Gourmet is generally a place people walk out of with full shopping bags rather than full stomachs. It is mostly a specialty grocery store selling items along the lines of fine wines, fancy coffee, aged cheeses, and dark chocolate. In a pinch, it's also a good place to find more basic items like cereals and pastas. The shop does contain a deli, which puts together mouth-watering sandwiches and other take-away items that are so perfect for a picnic that it's difficult to justify eating them at the provided seating. Super Gourmet has another location in Bocas del Toro, an island off the northeast coast of Panama.


The mighty modern mass of Multicentro shopping mall—four stories of stores ranging from international brand names to monikers you'll find nowhere but Panama—is much appreciated by most shoppers in the city and is especially a favorite of the youth culture. As well as loads of shopping options, the mall contains a movie theater, a few outdoor restaurants, and even a casino. The food court is situated on the top floor, so everyone who eats there is treated to a gorgeous view over the city regardless of what kitchen they choose.

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