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Wakapasi, the newest hotspot in Paramaribo

You will be able to find information about Suriname’s highly diverse population, various delicious snacks and treats, as well as many cultural attributes.

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Wakapasi is the newest hotspot in Suriname. Conveniently located between Paramaribo’s entertainment center and the Waterkant, it is a great place to relax and explore the different units. Among other things you will be able to find information about Suriname’s highly diverse population, various delicious snacks and treats, as well as many cultural attributes.

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There is also information on how to further explore our country. Visit the ‘cabana’ of the Gidsen Suriname (Suriname guides), a collaboration between the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism. Tired of walking? Take a seat on one the beautiful wooden benches to relax while you enjoy the sunset, a cup of coffee, a glass of wine or a cocktail. This walking route is also a great family outing.

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Photo Yves Tjon

Photo Yves Tjon

Where: Entrance Kleine Combéweg & Grote Combéweg, Paramaribo, Suriname

Opening hours: Mon 11 a.m.-09 p.m., Tue & Wed 12 a.m.-10 p.m., Thu & Fri 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat & Sun 02 p.m.-10 p.m.

Entrance: free

Facebook: Palmentuin Wakapasi Craft & More

Tel.: ++597 (0)887 8364

E-mail: wakapasicraftmore@gmail.com

Photo Yves Tjon

Photo Yves Tjon

Photo Yves Tjon

This text was previously published in Sabaku No. 61, November-December 2019-January 2020.

 

Text: Rosita Leeflang

Photos: IMoesan Multimedia