Stores, Malls or Markets in Legaspi City

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    (No Store Name) Kiosk @ The Embarcador: Hand-painted Souvenir Tshirts

    by cyndymc Written May 3, 2010

    A small kiosk-type of stall in the middle of groundfloor of Paseo Palmas caught my attention. Many tourists were looking at their merchandize. They sold attractive souvenir tshirts.

    What to buy: Hand-painted Souvenir Tshirts

    What to pay: P150+ depending on size and design

    Hand-painted Souvenir Tshirts
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    Mercury Drugstore: Maintenance & First-Aid Medicines

    by cyndymc Written May 3, 2010

    It is always a relief to see a Mercury Drugstore branch in your travel destinations. Mercury has been known for its fresh stocks and reasonable prices of medicines. It also has a "Suki Card" or loyalty card which enables frequent buyers to earn points whenever they make a purchase of medicines and non-medicines from any Mercury branch all over the country. Accumulated points are later redeemed as rebates for future purchases.

    What to buy: Mercury Drugstore in Legaspi City has the same price of medicines in Metro Manila, so you need not worry over spending more if you forgot your maintenance medines or first-aid medicines. You can buy them in Legaspi branch.

    What to pay: Same pricing as Manila

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    LCC Supermarket: Cookies, Chips & Lots Of Bottled Water, etc.

    by cyndymc Written May 3, 2010

    LCC is a popular department store and supermarket in Legaspi Central Business District. It is accessible by public transportation, and walking distance to many hotels. You'll find almost everything you'll need for take-home snacks/drinks and other personal necessities.

    What to buy: If you are going on a road trip or tour of Albay, I suggest you buy your bottled water and drinks, as well as chips or cookies at the supermarket. If you are diabetic, I recommend you buy a small pack of hard candies or chocolate for first aid against hypoglycemia. If you forgot your sunblock or toiletries, you can also buy them at the supermarket.

    What to pay: Cheaper than if you buy at the items from the kiosks in tourist destinations

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    Pacific Mall and LCC: Two Malls

    by bojomacaraig Updated Apr 6, 2009

    There are only 2 malls, LCC and Pacific Mall, But there are also specialty stores within the city.
    If you need to buy some souveniers, try to go to Cagsawa Ruin Park in Daraga Albay wherein you can find more items. From Legaspi to Daraga, you can take jeepney for only 9pesos fare.

    What to buy: Pili Nut, shirts and other souvenier items

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    Satellite market: Pasalubong Shopping

    by Yla Written Jul 11, 2008

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    Satellite market is a cluster of merchant stores near the central bus terminal. All products sold here are crafts uniquely bicolano, wood, leather, plant fibers and abaca crafts like comfy house slippers, artful and colorful bags, baskets of all shapes and colors, unique house decors, various house utility items and containers. The various crafts will make your wonder what other unique items they can make from materials unique in bicol.

    For any purchase, make sure to haggle... You'll find it pays off especially for volume purchases.

    By the way, some people advise to purchase from the Cagsawa ruins. According to some, products are cheaper there. In our experience, both markets vary prices in various products, but not very significant for a few piece of items only. If you are keen in getting least possible cost for volume purchase, it's best to check both markets

    Satellite market facade crafts, crafts, crafts
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    Pasalubong Shopping Area: Pasalubong

    by rmcuesta Written Apr 25, 2008

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    this is a stretch of pasalubong outlets, pili nuts and native bags. if you will buy alot of pili nuts demand for a free taste.

    What to buy: bicol native foods and products

    What to pay: P1,000

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Legaspi City Hotels

  • Hotel St. Ellis

    Rizal St., cor Gov Forbes St., Legaspi, 4500, Philippines

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

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  • Legazpi Tourist Inn

    Corner of Quezon Avenue & Lapu-Lapu Street, 3rd Floor, V&O Building, Legaspi, Philippines

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

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