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    Assorted Shops: Shops selling Native and Local Delicacies

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 28, 2014

    there are many shops, stalls and hole in the wall places all around the liliw area that sells an assortment of local and native sweets and deliciacies, ranging from various sweet sticky rice cakes like kalamay, sapin sapin, espasol, kuchinta. Local Cookies like the Uraro Cookies, Puto Seko, assorted local Jams like Coconut Jams and even Pastillas De Leche.

    Most Souvenir Shops are open from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: depends on what you like like uraro cookies at 40 pesos for a small pack, espasol at 100 pesos for 8 rolls and a lot more. haggling is allowed in the souvenir stalls

    What to pay: very cheap

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    the different shoe shops: Assorted Shoe SHops

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 28, 2014

    an assortment of artisanal shoe shops and souvenir shops line the main street of gat tayaw and the perpendicular side streets in Liliw Town as this sleepy town is a famous tourist area for people who want to buy cheap but quality shoes, sandals and even bags. This is a major tourist draw of the town as it is the shoe capital of the Southern Luzon Area.

    Most Shops here are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: the shoes, slippers, local flip flops, even local style bags and even wallets and bill folds and the best deal is that you can haggle to bring the prices down even more.

    What to pay: a little, flip flops cost 80 pesos or more, wooden sandals at 250 pesos or more, ladies shoes at 220 pesos or more.

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    Liliw's Kasuotan Atbp: not only shoes but souvenirs

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 28, 2014

    This Arisanal Shoe Shop and Souvenir Shop is easily one of the more popular along the Numerous Artisanal Shoe Shops Lining Gat Tayaw Street and the side streets in between this main street of the town. they offer not only sthe shoes and flip flops but other local souvenir items like the puto seko, kakanin, kutsinta, uraro cookies, pastillas and a lot more.

    Opens: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: assorted artisanal native shoes and sandals and flip flops, made by local shoe artisans and flip flops range from 80 pesos or more and shoes from 200 pesos or more. Haggling is allowed here.

    What to pay: not a dent in your wallet

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    Rows of Footwear Shops: Bulk Shopping

    by asianbelle Written May 4, 2013

    In the past decade or so, Liliw has emerged as a cheap source of footwear. From a house-based industry, there is now a row of footwear stores at the town proper.

    What to buy: Footwear! From house slippers to slip ons, flat shoes, heeled shoes, sneakers, name it and most likely, the stores have it.

    What to pay: House slippers can be bought for 3 pairs for US$2.00, while slip ons are sold at US$3.00. Office or more formal shoes are at US$6.00 a pair.

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    Liliw's Tsinelas Cooperatives: Try Liliw's "Tsinelas", Other Footwear & Bags

    by cyndymc Written Jun 8, 2009

    Although many houses in Liliw have footwear stores in their front or ground floor, there is a row of footwear stalls in the street (sorry I forgot the name) just beside the church. There is a wide selection of footwear sold at very low prices compared to department stores.

    What to buy: House & walking slippers, wdeges, mules, sandals, shoes & bags

    What to pay: P100 to P250 per footwear, depending on style and material

    Sample Bags & Step-Ins Sandals @ P100/pair Casual Footwear
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    Jeff-c: Exclusive Lines

    by litekimchi Written Sep 24, 2007

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    Stores in Liliw are a dime a dozen. And after the 10th store, it can get frustrating looking for that unique pair that calls your name. So I rely on my favorites stores for that. Jeff-c is one of them.

    Faux croc wedges for P300 Stilettos for P300
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    Entrada: Shoe shopping!

    by litekimchi Written May 1, 2006

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    Entrada has the best store interior in all of Liliw. It's walls are white, it has big mirrors and the sales ladies are helpful. Their shelves are stocked with the best collection of shoes, IMHO. Their prices are a bit more expensive than the rest, but they're still a lot cheaper than prices in the local retail shops in Manila.

    They have a/c-ing, too, so when the sun gets too hot, you may want to stop by this store if only to browse.

    What to buy: Entrada mostly sells colorful slides. They have an exclusive collection of some shoes. So if you're looking for shoes that you can't find anywhere else in Liliw, you should come here.

    What to pay: Their slippers and slides are priced from Php199 (about US$4) to Php300 (about US$6).

    Entrada Espadrilles Abaca slides for Php260 or US$5 (as of May.01.06) Wedge slides for Php280 or US$5 (as of May.01.06) Slides for Php230 or US$4.50 (as of May.01.06)
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