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In Sagada, there is a weekend market wherein you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables, used clothes (ukay-ukay), art and craft or sovenier items. Food kiosks are also located around the venue.
What to buy: Weaved items such as clothes, bags, wall decorations etc.
Written Jun 25, 2008
Address: fronting SAgada Municipal Hall
Ug-uggo Souvenirs is our most favorite shop in Sagada. Why? This shop showcases different and unique crafts good for pasalubong. You can choose from variety of designs from their shirts down to accessories. Aside from that, the prices are affordable. You can haggle the price as long as you will buy a lot, right Ms. Safe? hehehe... You will surely enjoy shopping here. Don't worry, Ms. Safe --- the friendly and lovely owner will happily assist you. Come and visit this place to find out what we are talking about! You will be proud of Filipino's arts and crafts. We also visited RJ Souvenirs and Souvenir Shop with free rice wine testing.
What to buy: Shirts, Accessories, Crafts, Bags, Everything!
What to pay: You can buy a lot with P1000 only.
Updated May 16, 2008
Address: Sagada, Mt. Province (Philippines)
There are a lot of souvenir shops scattered along the road where many inns are located. There are also some at the sagada plaza where the bus/ jeepney stop is.
Don't forget to drop by the popular Sagada Weaving Center near Cangbay's Photo Studio and Motor Shop
What to buy: Shirts are from P 140 to 150, personalized ones cost around P 300. You need to place the order a day before.
Keychains and trinkets range from P 10 to P 35 depending on the design...
What to pay: Spending is minimal...
Written Mar 12, 2008
Address: scattered all around sagada
Most of everything Sagada makes is available at Ayeona's. From special jams, wines, carvings, woven items, the usual t-shirts, beadwork, etc. Look for their very friendly host, Tonette, to assist you. In comparison to other souvenir shops, Tonette can give you a good deal on prices too.
Be careful not to overspend in this shop. It can get very tempting. Hehe...
What to buy: loom-weaved items, local wines with various flavors
Written Feb 2, 2008
Address: along Sagada-Ambasing road
I like just to tell you, that i try to contact the Sagada Weaving since a very long Time.
I have so many Products of them, but i never can make them any Compliments about the nice Products they are producing. I spend good Times up there in Sagada, the People makes me happy and also the very nice Aerea and also the Safety up there.
I am very happy if you can give me the E-Mail Adresse of the Sagada Weaving Business
With Regards from Switzerland from: Walter Reber
What to buy: Nap Sacks and other Items
Written Nov 5, 2007
The Masferre Shop is full of native souvenir items from one corner to another. I wanna buy all of them actually if only I have enough budget.
What to buy: There a t-shirts, native wooden curving displays, native bags, pouches, wallets, etc... One item I've been looking forward to buy before going to Sagada was a native bracelet made of woven material. I saw it on one of my friends and told me that he bought it from Sagada. When I found it at Masferre Shop, I was really satisfied!
What to pay: You can spend around Php500-1000.
Written Oct 15, 2007
Address: Sagada, Mt. Province
What to buy: Sagada has a lot of wine to choose from - rice, strawberry, carrot, fruits - practically anything they grow they turn into a wine. But I still got to see a drunk sashaying on the main road. I saw a lot wine, I haven't seen people actually drinking them.
What to pay: It costs about P120++ per bottle.
Written Jun 12, 2007
What to buy: You can buy blueberry jams (P60-80) for pasalubongs. If you've got a lot to spare, head to Sagada Weaving, they have belt bags, knapsack, body bags, wallets, etc for sale. They make the cloth themselves in the adjacent house (we went there and had our picture taken sitting in the loom) - that is after I bought a belt bag (P250, handy in splelunking). The craftmanship is far more superior than other weaved products in Sagada. There's a store in the market I forgot the name) selling keychains with a birthstone and sagada name on it. It's P35, you can get 3 for a hundred bucks.
Updated Jun 12, 2007
After exploring Sumaguing Cave, we dropped by Gabay's for some FREE wine tasting. They sell guava, strawberry, and blueberry wines for PhP140 (US$3.00). The blueberry wine appealed to my taste so i bought one for my dad (which I offered to my godfather instead). They also sell coffee, mountain rice, and other food items.
Written Dec 16, 2006
Address: walk straight from the tourist info center
Aside from Sagada Weaving, another branded "cloth" line is Narda. You can find Narda's products at Konaya. It's a little shop a few steps away from Masferre's. I so love their long cover ups but they cost PhP700+! Oh well, they're beautiful. Enough said.
The bags also feature good craftmanship. The details are well-placed and the colors of the threads are vibrant. The products are actually good buys if you really want to splurge on bags and shawls. Konaya also offers ukay sweaters, which are also cute. They even have 3 for PhP100.00 sweaters / cardigans / jackets. thicker ones go for PhP100.00 a piece.
Additional attraction of this shop? The little boys running around the place. They're oh so cute!
What to buy: It would have to be the cover-ups from Narda and the ukay sweaters from Konaya.
What to pay: PhP500.00 - PhP1000+ for the Narda products
PhP100.00+ for the Konaya sweaters / jackets / shawls / cardigans / sweatshirts / etc.
Written Nov 22, 2006
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