There are stalls lining the street that leads to Piat Church. Stores that sell images of saints, religious items and sundry foodstuff. If you feel the urge to sample local delicacies it will be a good idea to stop by the gate of the church and check out these stalls.
What to buy: Pawa is a local delicacy made from ground sticky rice with sweetened ground peanut filling (it looks like a dumpling). A package costs P25.00. Very good dessert. Another is the local banana bread that also costs P25/loaf.
This shop is located at the base of the cave. From here, you could buy small items such as shirts, mugs, car displays, etc.
There is also deck in this area where you can have a beautiful view of the Minoran River.
You will pay your cave entrance fees here.
What to pay: P195 for a souvenir shirt.
This is a small shop frequented by locals and visitors alike.
What to buy: This shop is famous for their pastillas made from fresh carabao milk.
What to pay: P25 for a pack.