What I like about this place is that a lot of its products are local [though not necessarily from just Davao but Mindanao in general]. I love getting my sarongs for use at the beach there. I like the designs because they are unique. Some stalls also sell traditional cloths and clothing although a lot of them already come from neighboring countries such as Indonesia [since Indonesian clothing and those of Muslim Mindanao have similarities].
They also have small boxes which can be used as jewelry boxes that are inlaid with mother of pearls though these are not from Davao but from neighboring Muslim provinces in Mindanao.
What I don't like about this place, however, is that Indonesian products are often passed off as local ones so you have to be careful about this.
Aldevinco is very accessible and is near Ateneo de Davao and Marco Polo Hotel.
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