Stores, Malls or Markets in Baguio City

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    La Trinidad Valley: Fresh flowers, vegetable and strawberry

    by mikoykoy Updated Apr 23, 2006

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    Visit to Baguio is not complete without visiting La Trinidad Valley. Visitors will have a first-hand experience of buying ( and free-tasting) fresh produce right from the plantation.

    There are lots of souvenir shops around the area selling handicraft (cellular phone holder, coin purse, bonnets), food stuff and walis tambo (brooms)

    What to buy: Vegetables (baguio beans, lettuce, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli), strawberry, cut-flowers.

    What to pay: P100~P300 (1USD = P52)

    Trinidad Valley Flower plantation Lettuce plantation Trying to pick fresh lettuce Buying some food stuff
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    Strawberry Farm: Fresh Strawberry in Baguio

    by allelli Updated Jan 2, 2009

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    Strawberry Farm in nearby La Trinidad, Benguet (about 20 minutes from the city center) Here you could go into the fields and pick the strawberry by yourself. it is an experience well worth priceless event!

    What to buy: One highly recommended activity is strawberry picking at the Strawberry Farm.November is the best time to pick fresh strawberries,

    What to pay: In general, it costs twice the market price to pick your own strawberries, which folks find strange, especially those who have tried apple or orange picking in orchards in other countries thinking they provide "free labor." and one thing price defend on supply and demand.

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    Baguio City Market: Walis Tambo in Baguio

    by allelli Written Sep 11, 2007

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    The Baguio City Market in Magsaysay Avenue is a good place to start for souvenir hunting. Its stalls are filled with all kinds of ethnic products and bottled delicacies. Adjacent to it is the Maharlika Livelihood Center where there is a good selection of dry goods and woodcarvings.

    What to buy: Woodcurving is afordable, walis tambo (broom) is durable, peanut brittle, ube jam and strawberry jam among a few

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    SM City Baguio: Mall

    by mikoykoy Updated Sep 15, 2006

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    I think this is one of the best mall constructed by SM Group. The architect of the mall made it a point to make use of the natural lighting and the cool breeze of Baguio.From the balcony, one can marvel at the beauty if Baguio surrounding.

    Typical to other SM Mall, one can find shops like SM appliance center, ACE Hardware, Watsons, Our Home, Sports Central, Surplus Shop and Toy Kingdom.

    Restaurants like Don Henrico's, Sizzling Plate, Greenwhich can be found. Tables were set outside the balcony for al fresco dining

    What to buy: Handicrafts and native items created by the locals. Cardigan, sweatshirts.

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    Good Shepherd Convent: Feed your Tummy and Feed your Soul

    by semper.max Updated Nov 13, 2011

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    A few meters away from Mines View Park is the Good Shepherd convent that sells Baguio home-made delicacies made by their nuns. My personal favorites are the Ube Jam, the Strawberry Jam and their Peanut Brittle. Although their products are also sold elsewhere in Baguio, getting them directly from the convent assures that you're getting it freshly prepared.

    There is also a small garden inside and it also provides a viewing deck where you can have a magnificent view of Baguio.

    Proceeds from the sale of these products are being used for the charities sponsored by the nuns and also used for maintaining the compound. Buying them not only feeds your stomach but also feeds your soul. :)

    Parking is provided inside the convent but if you need to go back to Mines view park, you may have to circle back since the street going to the convent from Mines view is a one-way street.

    It's open only until 5 so be sure to visit it early.

    What to buy: Peanut brittle, fruit preserves, ube jam, strawberry jam, other delicacies

    The Entrance to being a Good shepherd Parking is provided inside There is a small garden and resting place inside. There is also a view deck inside the convent.

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    Pasalubong!

    by Kisses&Co Updated Apr 28, 2008

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    Ok, what is pasalubong? As I explained to my previous tips, pasalubong is a filipino word which means a gift/something you want to give to your loved ones & friends from your trip. It is sort of souviner too. There are many shops around Baguio wherein you can buy a souviner T-shirts, key chains, wood crafts, and lots more! Name it, I think, they got it all for you! ;o) When comes to dessert, they have yummy Ube Jam, Peanut Brittle, Strawberry Jam & Lengua Cookies.

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    Binatog a unique Filipino concoction

    by allelli Updated Jan 2, 2009

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    What to buy: I highly recommend to try this Binatog, a warm concoction of boiled corn, coconut, sugar and milk When you buy Binatog you will noticed a crowd buying cups of binatog from a vendor This must be a relatively unique Filipino concoction it has just a few ingredients: boiled corn kernels that are intentionally overcooked so that they are literally bursting out of their skins, sugar, grated coconut, and evaporated milk. My kids love this so much

    What to pay: You can try this Binatog for Php10 a cup

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    Mines View Park Shopping Stalls: Shop 'til you drop

    by semper.max Updated Nov 13, 2011

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    Mines view park is used to be known only for its magnificent view of the copper and gold mines of Baguio. Nowadays, it has become a shopping mecca for tourists and locals alike looking for a bargain. Here, you would get souvenir items and Baguio handicrafts at low and reasonable prices. Ibay, a well-known jewelry store from Baguio specializing on silver sterling also has a shop near the park.

    What to buy: Souvenirs, Local Handicrafts, Jewelries esp. made of Sterling Silver

    Souvenir shops are all over the place

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    City Market: Sandals to Bananas !!

    by herzog63 Updated Jul 3, 2003

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    You can get just about anything you want in the City Market!! You will have to bargain most of the time to get the right price. Sometimes I've been surprised by the vendors offering me a low price without even asking.

    What to buy: Even if you don't buy anything the Central Market is a wonderful place to wander and talk with people and just take in the ambience of the place. Some people feel nervous inside as the lighting isn't the best and there are lot's of people. If you feel nervous in those situations don't bring any valuables with you. I've never had a problem there and have visited many times. When you are in the middel of the market it can be tricky finding a way out as there are a maze of stalls!! Just ask someone how to get out and they will point the way. Oh yea... There are many entrances and quite often you will go out in a different area than you went in on. You might want to bring a map of the city with you if it's your first time in the area.

    Baguio Market
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    Fresh, sweet & Juicy!

    by Kisses&Co Written Apr 28, 2008

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    I'm not only a certified chocolate lover but a Fruitlover as well. That's why I love Baguio because they have a fresh, sweet & juicy grapes & strawberries! and YESSS, with fresh vegetables too - best for those vegetarians! You can buy fruits & vegetables in a reasonable price here and more cheaper than prices in lowland.

    yummy, grapes! Strawberry!mmmmm! Crunchy Veges!

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    Baguio's Ubiquitous Souvenir Shops: Shopping for Souvenirs

    by litekimchi Written Jan 18, 2006

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    If you're out to score souvenirs, all of Baguio's tourist areas are filled with souvenirs shops. You can find them at the Mines View Park, Wright Park, Camp John Hay, Lourdes Grotto, the Botanical Gardens, etc.

    But the cheapest souvenirs can be found at the La Trinidad Strawberry Fields. It's about PhP5-50 cheaper, depending on the kind of item you buy. There are lots of key chains, mufflers, knitted and weaved bags, shawls, sweaters, ponchos, the infamous Barrel Men and Women (great kinky souvenir), knitted blouses, silver and the requisite shirt.

    The most expensive place to buy is from the Camp John Hay souvenir shops. A close second, surprisingly, is the Baguio City Market and Maharlika Center.

    But for ube, nothing beats Good Shepherd!

    What to buy: Anything knitted, weaved or wooden. Wood crafts and silver jewelry are popular finds, too. Good Shepher UBE is to die for.

    What to pay: Souvenirs are cheap. You can buy a lot of pasalubong with PhP1,000 (US$20). Shirts are about Php100-150 (US$2-3). Silver is cheap, too. I bought turquiose earrings for about Php150 (US$3).

    Shopping at La Trinidad Shopping at Mines View Park
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    Shops near Mines View Park: Warm Clothes Shopping

    by yellowbell Written Jul 25, 2005

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    There are just too many shops to choose from. Ask for at least 10-15% discount and you're on your way.

    For the very cheap jackets or clothes, ask if they're brand new or just a nice hand-me-down (ukay-ukay is a local term for slightly used clothes shop)

    What to buy: chenille scarves - P90
    bonnets - P25 for kids; P35 for adults (to complete your rapper look)
    knitted strappy blouses - P50

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    Authorized BCC Outlets: Where To Buy Baguio Country Club Raisin Bread, etc

    by cyndymc Written Aug 19, 2009

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    I'd like to share with you a not-so-well-known fact shared by my niece. When we were in Baguio for the 2009 Panagbenga, she surprised me with a pack of my favorite BCC raisin bread and banana cake for our evening snack. We were not billeted at the Baguio Country Club, but she got them anyway from...guess where? a nearby gasoline station!

    Yes, you can still buy your favorite BCC raisin bread and banana cake at any of the following authorized BCC outlets and gasoline stations: at gasoline stations like Caltex Legarda & Petron BGH, Petron Victory and Petron Burnham; at the different coffee shops like Figaro SM and Club John Hay, Starbucks SM & Club John Hay and Gloria Jeans Café; also at Villa Cordillera in Outlook Drive. You can choose where to buy depending on your hotel's proximity. Since they have very limited stock, it is best to order a day before.

    What to buy: Banana Cake, Raisin Bread, other BCC pastries

    What to pay: I am not sure if the price of the breads, cakes and pastries are the same as BCC, but who cares? You get to savor them though you're not a member billeted at BCC.

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    Teacher's Camp Souvenir Shops: Crowd Free Shopping

    by pres_16 Written Apr 15, 2008

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    If you want to stay away from the crowd in the city market, you may opt to go to Teachers' Camp and visit the souvenir stalls there. They sell items similar to that in the city market at the same price.

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    Good Shepherd Convent: Shopping With A Social Conscience

    by cyndymc Updated Apr 26, 2009

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    The Good Shepherd Sisters have been known to help out-of-school youth by training them to cook ube jam, strawberry jam, cookies & other pastries, and produce hand-made souvenir items. The proceeds of the store of the Good Shepherd Sisters go to the education and livelihood programs for out-of-school youth. That means every peso you pay goes to a socially responsible endeavour... Now, doesn't that make you feel good?

    What to buy: Ube (Yam) Jam, Strawberry Jam & Jelly, Blueberry Jelly, Lenguas de Gato, Crinkles, and other pastries; hand-sewn/made souvenir items; fresh vegetable; herbal concoctions. etc

    What to pay: Your P500 will already buy a lot of "pasalubongs" and/or souvenirs

    Good Shepherd Product List & Order Form Area Ube Jam & Lengua de Gato
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