The Baguio Public Market in Baguio City has a plethora of dry goods and good eats. It houses gift shops selling souvenirs such as wood carvings, native bags, hats and shirts. There are market stalls selling fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as native delicacies like strawberry jam, halayang ube and peanut brittle. Definitely the best place to buy your pasalubong.
The place has improved from 30 years ago where the floor would either be dry and dusty or wet and muddy; now the floors are concrete.
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