There are many buildings with oriental Indian characteristics, and they have a unique flavor.
India Square has many Indian characteristic buildings, and there is also an Indian bazaar here, where you can see many varieties of curry.
The Indian population in Durban accounts for about 30[%], making it the second largest ethnic group in the entire urban population.
This is one of the more famous places in South Africa. It is famous for its many Indian buildings. It feels like a gathering place for Indians. There are also many Indian specialties for sale here. It is worth visiting.
The Indian market here is very lively and you can buy cheap shoes.
We did a little shopping on our tour from our cruise ship. The merchants were friendly and helpful. But the mood outside was downright sinister and hostile. I felt totally endangered and dashed fro...
I only know it as Indian by reading the reviews. yes there are a few restaurants selling Shwarma etc but it is a bustling area that I found more African than Indian
take the stairs to second floor and get the bunny chow at the window. Amazing! we enjoyed the variety of shops as well. Only concern was trying to find the uber after the visit. It would be great...
A nice feeling to be back after many years but one cannot shake off the feeling of being in an unsafe area. There are no police or security around. The vibe of the city is felt in this area.
A lot of shops, 2 markets (one for food and one for curios) and street merchants Little India in the old center of Durban