May 12, 2018

8 Souvenir Stores in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan You Must Check Out

Don’t leave without shopping in these souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa!
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A trip is not complete without pasalubong (souvenir) for the people back home who missed all the fun. But aside from that, a pasalubong can also be something you take home and eat after the trip, or it can also be a trinket that serves as a testament that you have explored a place you haven’t before. Whatever your reasons are for buying pasalubong, here’s a list of souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa, Palawan where you can find various types of food and trinkets to bring home. Make sure to check them out when you’re done enjoying the beaches in Palawan and visiting various seafood restaurants in El Nido!


1. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop

Where: Mercado de San Miguel, Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The colors and shapes of Delma Pearl

Image: Delma Pearl Pearl


If you are looking for pearls then this spot is the first place to go. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop is the home of world-class pearls, from freshwater ones to grandiose and precious South Sea Pearls. Their wide variety of offerings will cater even to the most discerning client. In addition to pearls, you can also find handmade crafts like bags and fans in this store.




2. Kaingud Arts and Crafts

Where: Rizal Avenue Ext., In front of La Terasse Restaurant, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Intricate pieces of handmade jewelry are Kaingud Arts and Crafts’ specialty.

Image: Kaingud Arts and Crafts


If you are into one-of-a-kind jewelry and art pieces, then Kaingud Arts and Crafts is the store for you. They make some of the best handmade jewelry in Puerto Princesa, as the creators of this shop are also some of the pioneers and members of local art groups in the province. Their works reflect the different ethnic groups in the island of Palawan, resulting in a piece of culture and art that is unique in this island paradise.


3. Binuatan Creations

Where: Brgy. Sta Monica, Puerto Princesa South Road, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Binuatan Creations


Binuatan Creations is the place to go if you want to find authentic textiles of Palawan. Binuatan means “to make” in Cuyunon (the dialect spoken by the majority of the people in Palawan), and to make something is what you can do here, as the store lets you try your hand in weaving using the traditional looms and colorful strands of abaca fibers. Woven products are offered aplenty, from adorable wallets pouches and bags to wall hangings and Filipiniana costumes.


4. ASIANO Arts and Crafts

Where: Dagumboy, Rizal Avenue Ext., Puerto Princesa City Palawan



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Asiano Arts and Crafts


ASIANO Arts and Crafts offer one-of-a-kind woodcarvings, textile, and artworks handcrafted by Palaweños. Compared to other souvenir stores, the items sold here are a bit on the pricey side. However, with the quality and uniqueness of each piece, you’ll find that the price is worth it, especially if you love collecting fine artworks.


5. Baker’s Hill

Where: Mitra Road, Brgy. Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Baker’s Hill offers a variety of pastry products for that friend with the sweet tooth

Image: Baker’s Hill


From their name alone, it’s clear that Baker’s Hill specializes in—you guessed it!—pastries. Baker’s Hill’s hopia (moon cake) is a staple in every pasalubong kit and should not under any circumstances be missed. Aside from its baked goods, the place is also known for its garden, which is an Instagrammable spot at every turn. There are also view decks that give you a spectacular view of Honda Bay. In case you want something other than food, they have a store that offers souvenir shirts, too.


6. MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

This is the entrance to the MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong center. There are more stalls inside where you can buy all kinds of pasalubong.

Image: Analaine Malinit Palces


MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center is one of the one-stop shops in the city for tourists looking for souvenirs. From cheap keychains, pearls, ref magnets, jewelry, t-shirts, dried fish, to sculptures, name it and they probably have it. With several stalls selling different varieties of souvenir items, you can easily get into a shopping spree in the midst of pearls and beads and clothes. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?


7. Duty Free Philippines

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines (Beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center)



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The Duty Free Philippines-Puerto Princesa, beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Image: Ibrahim Loukeh


If you want a pasalubong that is more imported than locally made, the place to go, of course, is a Duty Free shop. Luckily for you, a branch of Duty Free Philippines has located just a few steps away from MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center. Here you can shop premium imported products such as chocolates, liquors, cigars, and more.




8. Tiangge Tiangge

Where: Lacao St., Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Palawan is known for its cashew delicacies.

Image: Anna Lalaine Olivar


Tiangge-Tiangge is located just at Center of the City and is offering a wide range of souvenirs, from the usual t-shirts and keychains to locally crafted pasalubong specials. Kasuy (cashew) specialties like brittles and candies or begnay (a type of wild fruit found in Palawan) wine can be found here, along with carvings and weaving made by indigenous people from Southern Palawan.




Whatever your pasalubong needs are, we got you covered. Now you have an idea where to find the perfect pasalubong in Puerto Princesa. Happy shopping!


Which of these pasalubong from Puerto Princesa do you love most? Tell us in the comments section below!

Rezie Den Hannah Usop

Rezie Den Hannah is a columnist at the local newspaper in Palawan, The Palawan Times. In her spare time, she tends to her plants, crochets, paints, sketches, embroiders or read, but most of the time you can find her in one of the beautiful beaches of Puerto Princesa.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 12, 2018

8 Souvenir Stores in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan You Must Check Out

Don’t leave without shopping in these souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa!


A trip is not complete without pasalubong (souvenir) for the people back home who missed all the fun. But aside from that, a pasalubong can also be something you take home and eat after the trip, or it can also be a trinket that serves as a testament that you have explored a place you haven’t before. Whatever your reasons are for buying pasalubong, here’s a list of souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa, Palawan where you can find various types of food and trinkets to bring home. Make sure to check them out when you’re done enjoying the beaches in Palawan and visiting various seafood restaurants in El Nido!


1. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop

Where: Mercado de San Miguel, Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The colors and shapes of Delma Pearl

Image: Delma Pearl Pearl


If you are looking for pearls then this spot is the first place to go. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop is the home of world-class pearls, from freshwater ones to grandiose and precious South Sea Pearls. Their wide variety of offerings will cater even to the most discerning client. In addition to pearls, you can also find handmade crafts like bags and fans in this store.




2. Kaingud Arts and Crafts

Where: Rizal Avenue Ext., In front of La Terasse Restaurant, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Intricate pieces of handmade jewelry are Kaingud Arts and Crafts’ specialty.

Image: Kaingud Arts and Crafts


If you are into one-of-a-kind jewelry and art pieces, then Kaingud Arts and Crafts is the store for you. They make some of the best handmade jewelry in Puerto Princesa, as the creators of this shop are also some of the pioneers and members of local art groups in the province. Their works reflect the different ethnic groups in the island of Palawan, resulting in a piece of culture and art that is unique in this island paradise.


3. Binuatan Creations

Where: Brgy. Sta Monica, Puerto Princesa South Road, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Binuatan Creations


Binuatan Creations is the place to go if you want to find authentic textiles of Palawan. Binuatan means “to make” in Cuyunon (the dialect spoken by the majority of the people in Palawan), and to make something is what you can do here, as the store lets you try your hand in weaving using the traditional looms and colorful strands of abaca fibers. Woven products are offered aplenty, from adorable wallets pouches and bags to wall hangings and Filipiniana costumes.


4. ASIANO Arts and Crafts

Where: Dagumboy, Rizal Avenue Ext., Puerto Princesa City Palawan



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Asiano Arts and Crafts


ASIANO Arts and Crafts offer one-of-a-kind woodcarvings, textile, and artworks handcrafted by Palaweños. Compared to other souvenir stores, the items sold here are a bit on the pricey side. However, with the quality and uniqueness of each piece, you’ll find that the price is worth it, especially if you love collecting fine artworks.


5. Baker’s Hill

Where: Mitra Road, Brgy. Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Baker’s Hill offers a variety of pastry products for that friend with the sweet tooth

Image: Baker’s Hill


From their name alone, it’s clear that Baker’s Hill specializes in—you guessed it!—pastries. Baker’s Hill’s hopia (moon cake) is a staple in every pasalubong kit and should not under any circumstances be missed. Aside from its baked goods, the place is also known for its garden, which is an Instagrammable spot at every turn. There are also view decks that give you a spectacular view of Honda Bay. In case you want something other than food, they have a store that offers souvenir shirts, too.


6. MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

This is the entrance to the MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong center. There are more stalls inside where you can buy all kinds of pasalubong.

Image: Analaine Malinit Palces


MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center is one of the one-stop shops in the city for tourists looking for souvenirs. From cheap keychains, pearls, ref magnets, jewelry, t-shirts, dried fish, to sculptures, name it and they probably have it. With several stalls selling different varieties of souvenir items, you can easily get into a shopping spree in the midst of pearls and beads and clothes. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?


7. Duty Free Philippines

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines (Beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center)



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The Duty Free Philippines-Puerto Princesa, beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Image: Ibrahim Loukeh


If you want a pasalubong that is more imported than locally made, the place to go, of course, is a Duty Free shop. Luckily for you, a branch of Duty Free Philippines has located just a few steps away from MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center. Here you can shop premium imported products such as chocolates, liquors, cigars, and more.




8. Tiangge Tiangge

Where: Lacao St., Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Palawan is known for its cashew delicacies.

Image: Anna Lalaine Olivar


Tiangge-Tiangge is located just at Center of the City and is offering a wide range of souvenirs, from the usual t-shirts and keychains to locally crafted pasalubong specials. Kasuy (cashew) specialties like brittles and candies or begnay (a type of wild fruit found in Palawan) wine can be found here, along with carvings and weaving made by indigenous people from Southern Palawan.




Whatever your pasalubong needs are, we got you covered. Now you have an idea where to find the perfect pasalubong in Puerto Princesa. Happy shopping!


Which of these pasalubong from Puerto Princesa do you love most? Tell us in the comments section below!

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Rezie Den Hannah Usop

Rezie Den Hannah is a columnist at the local newspaper in Palawan, The Palawan Times. In her spare time, she tends to her plants, crochets, paints, sketches, embroiders or read, but most of the time you can find her in one of the beautiful beaches of Puerto Princesa.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 12, 2018

8 Souvenir Stores in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan You Must Check Out

Don’t leave without shopping in these souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa!
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A trip is not complete without pasalubong (souvenir) for the people back home who missed all the fun. But aside from that, a pasalubong can also be something you take home and eat after the trip, or it can also be a trinket that serves as a testament that you have explored a place you haven’t before. Whatever your reasons are for buying pasalubong, here’s a list of souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa, Palawan where you can find various types of food and trinkets to bring home. Make sure to check them out when you’re done enjoying the beaches in Palawan and visiting various seafood restaurants in El Nido!


1. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop

Where: Mercado de San Miguel, Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The colors and shapes of Delma Pearl

Image: Delma Pearl Pearl


If you are looking for pearls then this spot is the first place to go. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop is the home of world-class pearls, from freshwater ones to grandiose and precious South Sea Pearls. Their wide variety of offerings will cater even to the most discerning client. In addition to pearls, you can also find handmade crafts like bags and fans in this store.




2. Kaingud Arts and Crafts

Where: Rizal Avenue Ext., In front of La Terasse Restaurant, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Intricate pieces of handmade jewelry are Kaingud Arts and Crafts’ specialty.

Image: Kaingud Arts and Crafts


If you are into one-of-a-kind jewelry and art pieces, then Kaingud Arts and Crafts is the store for you. They make some of the best handmade jewelry in Puerto Princesa, as the creators of this shop are also some of the pioneers and members of local art groups in the province. Their works reflect the different ethnic groups in the island of Palawan, resulting in a piece of culture and art that is unique in this island paradise.


3. Binuatan Creations

Where: Brgy. Sta Monica, Puerto Princesa South Road, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Binuatan Creations


Binuatan Creations is the place to go if you want to find authentic textiles of Palawan. Binuatan means “to make” in Cuyunon (the dialect spoken by the majority of the people in Palawan), and to make something is what you can do here, as the store lets you try your hand in weaving using the traditional looms and colorful strands of abaca fibers. Woven products are offered aplenty, from adorable wallets pouches and bags to wall hangings and Filipiniana costumes.


4. ASIANO Arts and Crafts

Where: Dagumboy, Rizal Avenue Ext., Puerto Princesa City Palawan



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Asiano Arts and Crafts


ASIANO Arts and Crafts offer one-of-a-kind woodcarvings, textile, and artworks handcrafted by Palaweños. Compared to other souvenir stores, the items sold here are a bit on the pricey side. However, with the quality and uniqueness of each piece, you’ll find that the price is worth it, especially if you love collecting fine artworks.


5. Baker’s Hill

Where: Mitra Road, Brgy. Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Baker’s Hill offers a variety of pastry products for that friend with the sweet tooth

Image: Baker’s Hill


From their name alone, it’s clear that Baker’s Hill specializes in—you guessed it!—pastries. Baker’s Hill’s hopia (moon cake) is a staple in every pasalubong kit and should not under any circumstances be missed. Aside from its baked goods, the place is also known for its garden, which is an Instagrammable spot at every turn. There are also view decks that give you a spectacular view of Honda Bay. In case you want something other than food, they have a store that offers souvenir shirts, too.


6. MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

This is the entrance to the MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong center. There are more stalls inside where you can buy all kinds of pasalubong.

Image: Analaine Malinit Palces


MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center is one of the one-stop shops in the city for tourists looking for souvenirs. From cheap keychains, pearls, ref magnets, jewelry, t-shirts, dried fish, to sculptures, name it and they probably have it. With several stalls selling different varieties of souvenir items, you can easily get into a shopping spree in the midst of pearls and beads and clothes. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?


7. Duty Free Philippines

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines (Beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center)



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The Duty Free Philippines-Puerto Princesa, beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Image: Ibrahim Loukeh


If you want a pasalubong that is more imported than locally made, the place to go, of course, is a Duty Free shop. Luckily for you, a branch of Duty Free Philippines has located just a few steps away from MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center. Here you can shop premium imported products such as chocolates, liquors, cigars, and more.




8. Tiangge Tiangge

Where: Lacao St., Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Palawan is known for its cashew delicacies.

Image: Anna Lalaine Olivar


Tiangge-Tiangge is located just at Center of the City and is offering a wide range of souvenirs, from the usual t-shirts and keychains to locally crafted pasalubong specials. Kasuy (cashew) specialties like brittles and candies or begnay (a type of wild fruit found in Palawan) wine can be found here, along with carvings and weaving made by indigenous people from Southern Palawan.




Whatever your pasalubong needs are, we got you covered. Now you have an idea where to find the perfect pasalubong in Puerto Princesa. Happy shopping!


Which of these pasalubong from Puerto Princesa do you love most? Tell us in the comments section below!

Rezie Den Hannah Usop

Rezie Den Hannah is a columnist at the local newspaper in Palawan, The Palawan Times. In her spare time, she tends to her plants, crochets, paints, sketches, embroiders or read, but most of the time you can find her in one of the beautiful beaches of Puerto Princesa.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 12, 2018

8 Souvenir Stores in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan You Must Check Out

Don’t leave without shopping in these souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa!


A trip is not complete without pasalubong (souvenir) for the people back home who missed all the fun. But aside from that, a pasalubong can also be something you take home and eat after the trip, or it can also be a trinket that serves as a testament that you have explored a place you haven’t before. Whatever your reasons are for buying pasalubong, here’s a list of souvenir stores in Puerto Princesa, Palawan where you can find various types of food and trinkets to bring home. Make sure to check them out when you’re done enjoying the beaches in Palawan and visiting various seafood restaurants in El Nido!


1. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop

Where: Mercado de San Miguel, Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The colors and shapes of Delma Pearl

Image: Delma Pearl Pearl


If you are looking for pearls then this spot is the first place to go. Delma Pearl and Souvenir Shop is the home of world-class pearls, from freshwater ones to grandiose and precious South Sea Pearls. Their wide variety of offerings will cater even to the most discerning client. In addition to pearls, you can also find handmade crafts like bags and fans in this store.




2. Kaingud Arts and Crafts

Where: Rizal Avenue Ext., In front of La Terasse Restaurant, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Intricate pieces of handmade jewelry are Kaingud Arts and Crafts’ specialty.

Image: Kaingud Arts and Crafts


If you are into one-of-a-kind jewelry and art pieces, then Kaingud Arts and Crafts is the store for you. They make some of the best handmade jewelry in Puerto Princesa, as the creators of this shop are also some of the pioneers and members of local art groups in the province. Their works reflect the different ethnic groups in the island of Palawan, resulting in a piece of culture and art that is unique in this island paradise.


3. Binuatan Creations

Where: Brgy. Sta Monica, Puerto Princesa South Road, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Binuatan Creations


Binuatan Creations is the place to go if you want to find authentic textiles of Palawan. Binuatan means “to make” in Cuyunon (the dialect spoken by the majority of the people in Palawan), and to make something is what you can do here, as the store lets you try your hand in weaving using the traditional looms and colorful strands of abaca fibers. Woven products are offered aplenty, from adorable wallets pouches and bags to wall hangings and Filipiniana costumes.


4. ASIANO Arts and Crafts

Where: Dagumboy, Rizal Avenue Ext., Puerto Princesa City Palawan



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Binuatan Creations flaunts its colorful and handwoven bag designs.

Image: Asiano Arts and Crafts


ASIANO Arts and Crafts offer one-of-a-kind woodcarvings, textile, and artworks handcrafted by Palaweños. Compared to other souvenir stores, the items sold here are a bit on the pricey side. However, with the quality and uniqueness of each piece, you’ll find that the price is worth it, especially if you love collecting fine artworks.


5. Baker’s Hill

Where: Mitra Road, Brgy. Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Baker’s Hill offers a variety of pastry products for that friend with the sweet tooth

Image: Baker’s Hill


From their name alone, it’s clear that Baker’s Hill specializes in—you guessed it!—pastries. Baker’s Hill’s hopia (moon cake) is a staple in every pasalubong kit and should not under any circumstances be missed. Aside from its baked goods, the place is also known for its garden, which is an Instagrammable spot at every turn. There are also view decks that give you a spectacular view of Honda Bay. In case you want something other than food, they have a store that offers souvenir shirts, too.


6. MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

This is the entrance to the MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong center. There are more stalls inside where you can buy all kinds of pasalubong.

Image: Analaine Malinit Palces


MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center is one of the one-stop shops in the city for tourists looking for souvenirs. From cheap keychains, pearls, ref magnets, jewelry, t-shirts, dried fish, to sculptures, name it and they probably have it. With several stalls selling different varieties of souvenir items, you can easily get into a shopping spree in the midst of pearls and beads and clothes. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?


7. Duty Free Philippines

Where: Brgy. San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines (Beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center)



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

The Duty Free Philippines-Puerto Princesa, beside MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center

Image: Ibrahim Loukeh


If you want a pasalubong that is more imported than locally made, the place to go, of course, is a Duty Free shop. Luckily for you, a branch of Duty Free Philippines has located just a few steps away from MCA Market Mall and Pasalubong Center. Here you can shop premium imported products such as chocolates, liquors, cigars, and more.




8. Tiangge Tiangge

Where: Lacao St., Puerto Princesa City



souvenir stores Puerto Princesa City Palawan

Palawan is known for its cashew delicacies.

Image: Anna Lalaine Olivar


Tiangge-Tiangge is located just at Center of the City and is offering a wide range of souvenirs, from the usual t-shirts and keychains to locally crafted pasalubong specials. Kasuy (cashew) specialties like brittles and candies or begnay (a type of wild fruit found in Palawan) wine can be found here, along with carvings and weaving made by indigenous people from Southern Palawan.




Whatever your pasalubong needs are, we got you covered. Now you have an idea where to find the perfect pasalubong in Puerto Princesa. Happy shopping!


Which of these pasalubong from Puerto Princesa do you love most? Tell us in the comments section below!

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Rezie Den Hannah Usop

Rezie Den Hannah is a columnist at the local newspaper in Palawan, The Palawan Times. In her spare time, she tends to her plants, crochets, paints, sketches, embroiders or read, but most of the time you can find her in one of the beautiful beaches of Puerto Princesa.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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