Nakumatt Diani Beach
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Panoramic photo by Christian Hartmann EXPERT Taken 12:03, 17/04/2012 - Views loading...


Nakumatt Diani Beach

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Don't wonder when you look at the map, the Nakumat shopping center is quite new, inside you find everything: food, electronic, tools, micro wave, clothes, household items.... its impressive to see how many things fits in the building, its biggest and best shopping center at Diani Beach. The prices are nearly the same like in europe, upstairs is a big Safaricom shop, somethimes they have good offers, for example a Huawei Google Android smartphone for 8.000 ksh incl. a lot of airtime / data bundle. 

Comparing that the Barceleys shopping center on the other side of the road is old style.

If you use the ATM on the place be carefull. Sometimes it give no money but nevertheless charge your account. 

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