When we left the Pasalubong Center, we noticed people going to & from the Baler Multi-Purpose Court. Out of curiosity, we went to check out what's was in there. Apparently, the teachers and students of Aurora were busy preparing for a Trade Fair. We met the DECS (Dept. of Education, Culture & Sports) Supervisor who explained that the diiferent schools in the different towns collaborated to come up with booths selling various Baler products prepared by Home Economics teachers, students, and parents.
When you're in Baler, check it out. There just might be another Trade Fair there.
What to buy: Baler products: native coconut vinegar ("sukang sasa"),fermented coconut wine ("lambanog"), native pickled papaya ("atsara"), banana chips, native mats, hats & bags, other delicacies/products, and even fruit seedlings, exotic plants
What to pay: P35 to P150 or more, depending on what you want to buy
This one-stop Pasalubong Center is a convenient place to shop. You don't have to go from one store to another just to buy your souvenirs and "pasalubongs".
What to buy: Delicacies from the Province of Aurora, souvenir T-shirts, native hats and bags
What to pay: Souvenir T-shirts for adults cost P200+; P150+ for children (depending on quality of material and print)
The Baler Pasalubong Center is located near the Public Market and the Bus Terminal in Town. Local products are sold here.
What to buy: Native sleeping mats, floor mats, virgin coconut oil, paintings of local sceneries, native colorful hats mostly for ladies, wallets and souvenir Aurora shirts.
the local product they displayed all over the place that you wanted buy everything in there.
What to buy: what I bought from the Pasalubong Center and you ahve plenty more to choose from their local product.
All their product was being displayed here at Pasalubong Center. Take a look for yourself and see their best quality product and affordable prices.