There are local markets in Jamaica selling various specimens of Jamaican crafts. These colorful markets are filled with an assortment of handmade crafts, including wooden instruments and drums, wood carvings, jewelry including chokers, necklaces, pendants, bracelets and other trinkets, and artwork, paintings and other handicrafts. Items of daily use such as bowls and mugs made of bamboo are also available. Crafts markets are abundant along the coastline, finding places in almost all major locations in Jamaica.
Other fares of attraction include cigars, Tia Maria liqueur, and Jamaican rum. These and similar items are available at the Sangster International airport, considered one of the best places to do shopping in Jamaica, and one of the most reasonably priced shopping destinations. Another important place for collecting Jamaican goods are Things Jamaican, a store at Kingston.
Shopping in Jamaica is also lucrative because a range of imported goods can be bought duty free in Jamaica. Various shops in Jamaica offer goods like imported watches, perfumes, designer clothes and apparel, and jewelry.
Prices tend to be bit on the expensive side, although local goods are interesting picks, and imported goods can be picked up free of duty. All these make shopping in Jamaica a pleasurable experience.