Iloilo City Shopping

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Iloilo City Shopping

  • Iloilo Sweets, Delicacies and More

    The Biscocho Haus is an icon of the Iloilo Sweet and delicacy business, since 1976, it has been serving a large variety of regional Ilonggo Sweets, delicacies and more to both locals and tourist (both filipino and foreigner). They have several branches in and around Iloilo City and the nearby towns and all this branches are packed full of people...

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  • Iloilo Airport Souvenir Shops

    Iloilo International Airport Departure Area has quite a number of souvenir shops for some last minute shopping for assorted Iloilo Souvenirs like the barquillos, Guimaras Mangoes, Biscocho, Puto Manapla, Crispy Calamares, Butterscotch and more. Thy even have ready made corrugated carton boxes in small to big sizes of which you can stack on your...

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  • New Mixed Use Complex in Iloilo

    This will be my Plazuela De Iloilo Shopping tips since the area is also a nitespot and the park area of the Plazuela is famous for big parties and Gatherings too.The Plazuela De Iloilo is a new (opened in late 2010) mixed used commercial cum residential complex that sits just beside the SM City Iloilo at the Benigno Aguiono Highway, in the...

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  • Budget Convenience Store in Smallville

    This popular convenience store located in the heart of the Smallville Complex in Mandurriao District is only one of two convenience stores serving the area (the other branch of it is near the river boardwalk of the Smallville Complex). Thus local convenience store opens from 10:00 am up to 1:00 am the next day and I've also included this on the...

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  • Ilonggo Delicacies & Novelties

    We "accidentally" found a branch of Deco's Pasalubong Shop while we were walking in the busy streets of Iloilo City after the Dinagyang Kasadyahan. It is a one-stop store for souvenirs. souvenir t-shirts, keychains & other souvenir items, dried seafood, popular Ilonggo delicacies likebutterscotch and yema from Biscocho haus, barquillos from...

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  • High Quality Souvenir T-shirts

    Fiesta Favorite Souvenir specializes in high quality souvenir t-shirts with limited signature designs. We bought all our souvenir t-shirts from their stall at Robinson's Place, but you'll also find them at other malls. Dinagyang souvenir t-shirts P200+ depending on size and design

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  • The Next Best Mall For Me

    Robinson’s Place Iloilo is owned and operated by the 2nd largest mall operator in the Philippines, Robinsons Malls. It is located right in the center of downtown Iloilo City, conveniently bordered on all sides by main roads, namely Ledesma, Mabini, De Leon and Quezon Streets. There are more than 200 shops, dining outlets, entertainment facilities...

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  • Compact Department Store

    SM Delgado, originally known as SM Iloilo, is the first SM Department Store in Iloilo City. It is owned by SM Land Inc. and operated by Metro Manila Shopping Mecca Corporation of the SM Group that operates branches in other parts of the country. SM Delgado first opened in May 1979 at Iloilo City's bustling commercial district along Delgado and...

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  • Biggest Mall in Iloilo & Western Visayas

    Whenever we needed something, we went to SM City Iloilo in Mandurriao District. We feel comfortable in any SM mall wherever it is. Anything you might need can be found at SM City Iloilo. When hubby was frantic about getting an extra SD card, we found one at SM City! Goods are priced the same or almost the same as Metro Manila prices

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  • baskets

    handmade baskets and woven objects of all kinds are available at street stalls. Quality is very good, prices are very cheap. baskets and purses. cheap and fashiable and these go for much much mor ein the States cheap

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  • buy an owl

    Off to the side of the road lies numerous cages. Puppies, rabbits, even owls for sale. It's quite sad really, the heat here is brutal and all these animals lines up in cramped cages in the brutal sun. We got two white doves that we released after our wedding. I don't like doves :/ cheap

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  • calamansi

    produce galore Calamansi looks like a lime but locals sometimes call it a filipino lemon. It is more lemony than limey, very sweet and good. It is usually squeezed over a main dish to ad a citrus flavor. Very tasty. cheap

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  • dried fish

    dried fish is extremely popular here. It's even served at breakfast. Salty, crunch, fishy. just about any type of local dried fish can be had here.

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  • fish

    Fish galore, all kinds of fish, freshly caught and cleaned or sold whole. Fish, caught fresh daily. cheap, haggle if you want

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  • sausage

    any local food your heart desires (and more) I actually am not a fan of the sausage here, but many people swear by it. Try it an judge for yourself. cheap

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  • fruits

    various fruits and produce Filipino fruit may look odd, but take a bite. I LOVE the various fruits here, complex flaviors and textures. The Mango is the best in the world, pineaple is so sweet yet not acidic at all, and all the other strange fruits are so hard to desribe, but so delicious. Take a bite and enjoy. cheap

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  • veggies

    It's true that many restaurants don't serve a whole lot of veggies here, but they can certainly be found easily enough for home cooking. The produce here is delicious. Veggies galore cheap

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  • chicken heads

    got a hankering for some poultry but can't decide between chicken head or chicken feet? Why not get them both?! Available freshly hacked in the Central Market chicken heads prices so low, you too will lose your head.

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  • Public Market

    The whole market was a microcosm of Iloilo life. The people seemed so friendly and unhurried.There was a good selection of fresh seafood and fruits. The dry good section was filled with native products and other local produce. They were even selling veggies I never saw before.We had fun buying kaimito (chrysophyllum cainito) and eating it standing...

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  • Schooner replicas

    Iloilo city was primarily an old fishing town which developed all thru the years to a major hub in the Visayas islands. Locals have developed crafting skills that spans from fabric to carving. On the street i found this fairly made schooner (am i right?) replicas in varying sizes. Wanted to take one home if i had a place for it. Unfortunately...

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  • Delicate embroidery

    It may take some skill to find the shops specializing in embroidered pina and jusi, the local woven fabric-craft of Iloilo. It takes painstaking skill to weave pina fibers from the leaves of a special pineapple variety, knot them in a continuous delicate filament and thread a weaving loom for this filament to transform to a very fabric simply...

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  • Pasalubong Shopping

    Deco's own pasalubong store! Just located next door from Deco's La Paz Batchoy at La Sallette Bldg along Valeria Street. Here, one will find all known pasalubong delicacies brands and products from all over Iloilo - Biscocho Haus, Deocampo, Trappist Monastery, etc ... with very little price difference. They'll even pack them free in a Deco's...

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  • Local delicacy with a curious name

    Numerous small kiosks advertising "baye-baye" lined the road going to the airport at Sta. Barbara town of Iloilo province. We got so curious we just can't leave Iloilo without checking it out. Baye-baye (pronounced ba-ye-ba-ye) is a pastry made from lightly sweetened sticky rice and flour shaped in 4-inch cylinders and wrapped in wax paper. A pack...

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  • Exquisite local fabrics

    Iloilo boasts of a grand tradition of producing handloomed fabrics made from fibers of banana (locally called "jusi" pronounced HUSI), pineapple ("piña"), and sinamay.And this grand tradition lives on in Iloilo's most popular dealer for such fibers - the Iloilo Sinamay Dealer.Jusi and piña fabrics are usually sewn into local dresses - barong...

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  • Pasalubongs from Miag-ao

    At the entrance gate of the Miag-ao Church grounds, a small mobile cottage is put up to showcase and sell local crafts and foods. Best location for it considering that mostly of Miag-ao tourists primarily come to visit the church, hence not missing the shop. Hand-made souvenirs made in Miag-ao. T-shirts. Local snack foods. Fixed Price -...

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  • Biscocho, Tarts, Chips, Yema and Food on...

    Freshly-prepared food delicacies packed in plastic wrappers. Fast service. Buy here the pasalubongs or your wake-up food while driving on the road. Biscocho, tarts, chips, yema and other local food delicacies Iloilo is famous of. Reasonable prices being a 1st hand outlet.

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  • Shoes Galore!

    My husband is what they call a "balikbayan" -- a Filipino returning home. It's customary that balikbayans bring their family stuff when they come to visit. We didn't bring anything during our recent trip, and SAM'S SHOES solved our problem.Sam's is located in JM Basa, Iloilo's old town. I hear there are more branches, but I'm not sure where they...

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  • everything under one roof

    This is the newest, biggest and best mall in Iloilo City. Here you can find everything you need -- from groceries, pasalubongs, household appliance and more! We've got it all for you!! prices are reasonable!

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  • Iloilo's crusty secret

    I am a true blue Ilonggo, having been born and bred in the city, but it took me so many years to discover that we have some of the world's best cookies right in our own "backyard!"I only discovered them in December 2004, when a friend took me to Iloilo Sinamay Dealer (please see "Exquisite local fabrics" tip above). Right at the ground floor of the...

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  • More local crafts in a more local...

    Another good place to get those souvenirs (and even bigger ticket items) is the city's Central Market. The local handicraft section there is a every souvenir hunter's paradise - baskets, bamboo craft, local fabric, etc. - all at very reasonable prices (and don't be afraid to bargain!). Plus, it's location - the city's major (wet) market - affords...

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  • Showcase of Ilonggo artistry and...

    This is a one-stop shop for quality local crafts. The shop offers a wide variety of products, for which Iloilo has been famous for, from delicate pastries to exquisite shell and wood crafts to intricately embroidered pineapple and abaca fabrics.Clearly, a showcase of Ilonggo ingenuity and artistry You name it, they are most likely to have it -...

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