In the Philippines, when one mentions that he/she is going to Baguio, there will always be someone asking for pasalubong (souvenir). And the usual souvenirs that people want? Good Shepherd. THE ULTIMATE PASALUBONG DESTINATION. In this shop, strawberry jam (P130) and ube jam (P200) are the popular souvenirs. Located within walking distance at the Mines View Park, you can see the “pasalubong haven” of Baguio. Good Shepherd is a store known for the various products made by Good Shepherd nuns. Their products include the famous ube and strawberry jams, tasty cashew and peanut brittles, Alfajors, and other snacks loved by many Filipinos. TOURIST FAVORITE. Good Shepherd has always been the […]
Discover the indigenous group’s heritage and art by visiting Tam-Awan Village. This art village is located in the area where the agricultural people of Ifugao used to reside. It was a vast pastureland with a nearby spring that once served as a source of watering hole for cattle. The village was later on developed by reconstructing Ifugao houses in Baguio with an aim of making a model village accessible to people who wanted to have a chance to witness the Cordillera interior. Unique art works are everywhere There are seven Ifugao huts and two Kalinga houses present. The former is made compact and simple but with quite sophisticated interior. The […]
Original Buko Pie (P200) ‘Buko’ means young coconut. Aside from hot springs, Laguna is also famous for its yummy buko pies. This favorite pie delicacy is filled with mildly sweet cream and juicy buko. The balanced taste of sweetness and the soft texture of buko make it a favorite pasalubong (gift) of people traveling to Laguna. – Kesong Puti (P200) Kesong Puti means white cheese. This Laguna delicacy is made from cow’s milk and is perfect for salads, pasta dishes and pizzas. – Goat’s Milk (P100) Enjoy their creamy and tasty fresh goat’s milk that also comes in chocolate flavor. – Mochi Ice Cream (P25 each) As the name suggests, […]
One of the shops located at the 400-year-old chamber inside The Fort Santiago is The Manila Collectible Co. Opened in 2013, this souvenir shop offers a wide range of unique items which are from indigenous groups, Filipino artists and local brands. The shop also promotes Philippine history as the staff can give a quick tour of the store, explaining the history of the various items for sale. *Fort Santiago. Inside is a wide range of retail items from different local brands that promote 100% Philippine-made products. Some items available here are replicas of Philippine artifacts.
If you walk down southeast of General Luna Street from San Agustin Church, you will find a 3-storey souvenir shop which is the largest in Intramuros. The Silahis Center offers a wide variety of Philippine-made products– from largefurniture and decors to small accessories and other personal items. The shop aims not only to promote Filipino lifestyle and culture through indigenousitems but also the Filipino craftsmanship as most products are handmade.
Papemelroti has plenty of miscellaneous goods, ranging from the girly accessories, gift boxes, stationery, and other items that came from different rustic places. Unearth your favorite items Souvenirs! There is a lot of merchandise with ‘Philippine’ logo on them Moreover, the prices are reasonable! You can get a memo pad for only Php 22.00 Papemelroti is the place for you to find a suitable gift for your friends or simply for yourself. “Papemelroti” is the combination of the initial of the owner’s wife’s name and his children. This shop also handles made-to-order accessories, welcome board, wedding items, etc. ♦ ♦ ♦ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/papemelroti Website: http://www.papemelroti.com/ Branches: Korben Place (Main Branch) […]
The Philippines is rich in many resources and beautiful places. Once you travel here, you will surely enjoy its food, wonderful culture, etc. and of course, on every vacation, souvenirs are always on the list. That’s why a new souvenir to remember the country is finally here. It is called raw cookies, a rare type of moist cookies with lots of fruits on it. It is now a popular souvenir especially to Japanese tourists. The raw cookie was born in Hokkaido and was collaborated in the Philippines. In the Philippines, it is called Premium fruit cookies. A lot of tropical fruits that can be found in the country are used […]