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Seychelles: The minister of Tourism Alain Saint-Ange in visit at the heart of a popular market of the labrinn bazar on the beach of Beau-Vallon

The Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, has recently met on the island of Mahe merchants of the popular market of Beau-Vallon implanted on the magnificent beach of the place and which draw up its artisan stands at sunset every Wednesday for the “labrinn bazar” (twilight market).
 Insular food products typical of creole cuisine, drinks, spices, fruits and exotic vegetables, and shell necklaces thus compete the beauty in the intimate spans of the "labrinn Bazaar" to charm tourists and local who allow themselves to be lulled in the background by the sega music and Kunal played by some generous artists.
At the heart of this charming and unique atmosphere, the Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, recalled its commitment to this island crafts and these small shops that highlight local products.
"We will continue to support local artisans. Your work helps our tourist industry. We need of everyone," said the Minister of tourism of the archipelago, Alain Saint-Ange, who also highlighted the need for more of these products made in Seychelles to find in the shops of the hotels and the importance of the creation of new areas on the archipelago.

Laurent Chinaud

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