Published on : Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Now that Seychelles – the Creole Capital of the world – is proudly dressed in an assortment of flamboyant banners and posters to welcome the 28th Edition of the annual Festival Kreol, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture has re-opened its “ Festival Kreol’’ souvenir shop.
The shop found at Carrefour des Arts in Victoria, had been closed for renovation works, but it has finally re-opened its doors and ready to start selling the new consignment of “Festival Kreol’’ souvenirs.
Brightly coloured dresses deemed perfect for all occasions, caps and handbags have been branded with the new Festival Kreol Logo to add colour to the festival. New designed T-shirts also available for men, women and children and are all in keeping with the latest fashion trends.
With this typically Creole Culture event coming up, the Festival Kreol souvenir shop is bound to tempt you either to keep your Festival Kreol collection up to date, or just ensure that you have the latest Festival Kreol designed especially for the 2013 Festival Kreol when celebrating in the 2013 edition of the coming festival in Victoria, the Creole Capital of the World. The Festival Kreol Souvenir Shop is definitely the place for all festival momentos.
The 2013 Festival Kreol will also see a display of goods produced and manufactured in La Reunion. The Seychelles Business Community and the Tourism Establishments are being invited to be at the National Cultural Centre on the 24th October for the Official Opening of this Trade Fair at 3pm. For the first time Members of the La Reunion Business Community will be taking to Seychelles a whole range of products from just next door with the hope of finding agents to represent them in Seychelles and to insight the Seychellois Business Community to use the Creole products from La Reunion.
On the 25th October a second Trade Fair will be opened at the International Conference Centre (ICCS) to display the latest in renewable energy. La Reunion experts will be on hand to show how energy costs can be saved by going green.
Source:- Tourism Seychelles