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The Funk House

Beneath the dusty veneer of this secondhand superstore lurks an incomprehensibly large quantity of antique decor and costume jewelry.
From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.

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Summerlin

This upscale suburb has a wealth of hip retailers, most of which are gathered in breezy, palm-fringed complexes.
From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.

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Mercado Coral Negro

Easily found at the fork in Boulevard Kukulcan, this market is perfect for travelers who don't have time to head into the town of Cancun for requisite souvenirs: sombreros, silver jewelry, cotton hammocks, replicas of Mayan relics.

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Mercado 28

Located in the center of Cancun proper, Mercado 28 is a mazelike half-indoor, half-outdoor market with everything from colorful woven blankets to rustic leather handbags, most at negotiable prices.

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Plaza Caracol

The most expansive indoor mall in Cancun amply rewards shoppers who traverse its floors. There's Envy, which carries designer labels like D&G and Polo; Sybele, an upscale retailer purveying clothing and offbeat items; and Majolica, a tiny shop that sells reproduction portraits of Frida Kahlo.

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Plaza Flamingo

A trio of squawking parrots greets shoppers at the main entrance to this mall. We're especially fond of Wayan Natural Wear, a local chain that carries imports from Indonesia, lots of Mexican crafts (other locations are throughout Cancun), and a number of sterling-silver jewelry stores. 11.5 Blvd. Kukulcan, 52-998-883-29-45

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La Isla Shopping Village

The open-air layout and many outdoor cafes make a visit worthwhile, not to mention the sheer volume and variety of shops—from Zingara, a swimwear boutique filled with an eponymous line of bright mix-and-match separates (from $20 per piece) to Zara, a trendy Spain-based fashion boutique chain.

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mercado de artesanias la diana

Though smaller than the Mercado de Artesanías (see above), this market is easier to get to from the major strip hotels. Bonus: It's open late to accommodate night-owl shoppers. For their pure kitsch factor, we fell in love with the giant burlap yarn paintings of various Mexican tableaus, $30 (see above,).

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Tennis

This Latin American sportswear chain sells fairly priced, sleekly cut sportswear—cargo pants at $25, and hoodies from $15—in a spare, modern environment. 244 Calle Reyes Catolicos, 52-744-486-26-77

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Mercado Puerto Vallarta

In the typical mercado format, this market has a mix of items both manufactured, like woven plastic tote bags ($3 to $8) and handmade, such as leather sandals (from $8). On Calle Agustín Rodriguez, right off the bridge

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