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Pasalubong Destination

If you want to buy Pasalubong items this place offers great bargains. You will surely enjoy... read more

Reviewed August 6, 2018
Acid P
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Tagum City, Philippines
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Nothing had change

Its been 10 years since I last visited this and other than the walkbridge and traffic lights... read more

Reviewed June 3, 2018
aybee r
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Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile

If you want to buy Pasalubong items this place offers great bargains. You will surely enjoy checking the stalls that sells food products to clothing items and add to that wood carvings.

1  Thank Acid P
Reviewed July 7, 2018 via mobile

Very Nice place to buy veggies and fruits as well as other canned foods and accessories. The only thing i didnt liked was when the worker helped us to carry our fruits they charged 150 pesos! after we bought it to their store..they price as...More

1  Thank Alexia M
Reviewed June 3, 2018 via mobile

Its been 10 years since I last visited this and other than the walkbridge and traffic lights, nothing had change. This is just 6 mins walk from Burnham Park so this is the best place to buy pasalubong. From Ube Jam for P220 to Walis...More

Thank aybee r
Reviewed May 6, 2018

I've visited dozens of markets in SE and South Asia. The Baguio City Market stands out and I'm giving it 5 "bubbles" not because it's the best thing to do in Baguio, but because it's such a superior market compared with others. For starters, it's...More

2  Thank latetothestation
Reviewed April 18, 2018 via mobile

Very clean market with all the variety of rice, pasalubong , souvenirs, fruits and coffee. The only reason i came to this market was because of the famous gracia's coffee store.. but this can be a one stop shop for everything.

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Reviewed April 15, 2018 via mobile

We always drop by the Baguio City market whenever we go to Baguio. The strawberries there are lower in price compared to the ones you will get in La Trinidad at the plantation at that. Just wondering why. They also have Sagada oranges which are...More

Thank Tetay59
Reviewed April 7, 2018

We enjoy the weather, the townhouse that we rented where you can see the sunrise and sunset with a hot cup of coffee in the palm of your hands to keep you warm. Fresh vegetables and fruits at the market plus the baguio longanisa for...More

Thank tatay0925
Reviewed March 30, 2018

The market has everything from handicrafts to fish, meat, fruit, veggies and every other thing you can imagine. It is a warren of little aisles that twist and turn for blocks. Delightful place to get lost and poke about as you discover strange foods and...More

Thank KellyAnder
Reviewed March 4, 2018

The Baguio Market is always bustling with activity even late at night or early morning. Aside from the usual fruits, vegetables, meat sections, one can also enjoy the pasalubong stalls where there sell delicacies and sweets, souvenir shirts and woodcraft. There is always something to...More

Thank sabi0james
Reviewed February 14, 2018 via mobile

Went for a quick trip on leaving Baguio to go back to Manila. Fruit and veggies about 30-40% cheaper than supermarket in Manila and fresh. Try the dry stuff like peanut brittle etc from the vendors as well. Strawberries are between 100-250 per kg dependant...More

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everyday is always a market day because it’s open daily. but it’s more crowded during weekends and holidays when tourists are aplenty. it’s less crowded during weekdays around noon.
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