• Somerset Mall

    Shop ‘til you drop at Somerset Mall – you’ll find everything you need under one roof, including shops, restaurants, movie theatres and ten-pin bowling.

  • Willowbridge Lifestyle Centre

    Enjoy the sunshine while you shop at this open-air centre. It specialises in homeware and decor, although there are also some chic little boutiques to browse. There are also several restaurants to choose from, as well as a theatre.

  • Canal Walk Shopping Centre

    One of SA’s premier shopping centres and one of the largest in Africa, Canal Walk is home to over 400 stores and represents the best of South African and international brands as well as some great local designers. There are also loads of restaurants to chill out in while you rest your feet.


    For the ride of your life, Ratanga Junction is a full-scale theme park with over 30 rides, restaurants, shops and plenty to keep the whole family entertained. Dare to ride the Cobra for a giant thrill. It’s not open all year, so check before you go.

  • The Paddocks

    Do some shopping, have a meal or grab a cup of coffee at The Paddocks, a handy local shopping centre

  • Cavendish Square

    This is one of Cape Town’s premier shopping destinations, offering an array of local and international fashion brands, a choice of great mainstream and art house movies, and delicious fare at delis, restaurants and coffee shops. A free shuttle service will collect you at the mall and drop you off anywhere within the Southern Suburbs.

  • Imhoff Farm

    At Imhoff Farm there’s plenty to do, from petting the animals to enjoying a cup of coffee or an organic meal. Check out the bird sanctuary and snake park, as well as the farm stall – or even ride a camel. There’s also a market on the first Saturday of every month.

  • Long Street

    This is one of the best streets in Cape Town to wander down – there are some great boutiques showcasing the work of hip young designers, as well as some of the most popular restaurants and nightspots in the city. Check out the dealers in the Long Street Antique Arcade or pick up some African artefacts at the Pan African Market. Just off Long Street is the Church Street Antique Market where you just might find the missing spoon from Granny’s cutlery set.