Sagada Weaving: Local made items
Local weavers at work making purses, bags and other items from local textiles from the region. This store has fixed prices, so don't haggle. Many of the school children in the region use Sagada Weaving bags.
There is a larger Sagada Weaving store in Baguio, near SM mall. They have great souvenirs.
- Historical Travel
- Arts and Culture
- Women's Travel
BAHAG WEAVER Bontoc, Mountain Province Bahag (G string) is worn by the male natives of the region.
Sagada , Mountain Province is well known for its weaving, caves, hanging coffins, rice terraces, excellent climate and beautiful nature. Population mostly Kankanai. There is a growing number of artist and writers residing in Sagada. A very cultural place.
Open Air Market on Main Street of Sagada: Saturday Market
The market day for Sagada is every Saturday only, in front of the Saint Joseph..(main street)
Locals sell their fresh produce, (vegetables and fruits) on the makeshift stalls, ...
The sellers are very friendly and enjoy talking to the tourists, they would offer some sample, for you to taste, before buying..
What to buy: The fruits being sold are very fresh and just harvested on early morning of market day.. Try the Sagada oranges, .. and freshly boiled peanuts..
What to pay: Cash, peso only