Bankerohan Public Market

Bankerohan Public Market, Davao City: Hours, Address, Bankerohan Public Market Reviews: 4.5/5

Bankerohan Public Market
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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FilAmBear
4 contributions
A heaven for fruit lovers
Dec 2019 • Business
If you want to experience a place to see variety of tropical fruits, this is the place. But make sure to go deeper in the market since the price was higher in the front area. Try to bargain, it's fun
😊We felt like we won the lottery buying sugar sweet POMELO for a cheap price. Also, make sure to ask them if you can sample a piece or a slice.
We tried buying fruits from a sidewalk, and not in the market on our first day, turned out the fruits were not as good.
Written 31 December 2019
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Vanessa DV
Tanauan City, Philippines32 contributions
Fruits for cheap price!
Sep 2019 • Couples
The price of fruits is so cheap. Lansones for 30/kl., Durian for 30/kl., Mangosteen for 50/kl. Just wow! It feels like I wanna live here, everything is delicious! 😋 It's just that the place looks so messy since the market is already old.
Written 2 October 2019
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jmrecio1
Osaka, Japan78 contributions
Fruit's Prices here are the Cheapest!
Aug 2019
If you want to bring fruits and other delicacies from Davao to your hometown, this is the right place for you. This "palengke" has a lot to offer. :)
Written 27 August 2019
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Ian D. -AmANomad
Dubai, United Arab Emirates426 contributions
A great place to find the pulse of Davao
Jul 2019 • Family
Markets always tell the pulse of a city and the Bangkerohan Market is no exception. Thankfully I was with people who also appreciated public markets.

This particular market is clean and dry. Unfortunately, it wasn't durian season at the time but I still managed to snag boxes of mangosteen and pomelo as well as candies as gifts and souvenirs.

Beyond the fruit area, there is also a collection of carenderia that serves simple but good traditional food from the region, from the beef soup (nilaga), the deep fried pork belly (lechon kawali)...cheap and cheerful.

One thing that somehow dampened my experience were two groups of aggressive beggars. I made a mistake of giving one of them a few coins and the rest swooped down on me. What made it more funny was the fact that the same old beggar whom I gave money to went around a few stalls and then RETURNED TO ME, asking for coins AGAIN.
Written 3 August 2019
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Raissa Banosan
58 contributions
Average Filipino's Supermarket
Jul 2019 • Family
Palengke's here in the Philippines almost has all the staples important in a Filipino household - rice, fish, vegetables, meat, poultry, charcoal, flowers, fruits, houseware. Just know how to ask and most likely it is available.
Written 25 July 2019
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rbecker72000
Lenoir City, TN256 contributions
A great "wet/dry" market, fish, shellfish, produce, rice and even flea market type staslls!
Apr 2018 • Friends
Love this place! We went there to buy fresh shrimp, shellfish, squid and marang we could not find at the SM Market by our place. The market is sprawling, with dry items concentrated in some areas, seafood in others, and produce stalls around the outside. It's a fun, high energy market, and if you're looking for more variety in fish and produce than you'll find in the SM supermarkets, it's a good choice!
Written 3 May 2018
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Jojo S
Davao City, Philippines56 contributions
all about davao
Apr 2018 • Solo
everything you want to buy, name it you have it, known as bagsakan ng bayan, fruits,fish,meats,flowers, etc. a place you can bargain.
Written 7 April 2018
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Larry Wayne
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia991 contributions
A nice market for good eats and fruits
Aug 2017 • Solo
Known as the bagsakan of the fruits especially durian, marang and mangosteen, Bankerohan Market is also great for dining as they have a certain area where all the barbecue stuff can eaten like pork, chicken and even the isaw. It also has a terminal going to Calinan a way to go to Malagos Chocolate and The Philippine Eagle Center. It is accessible by jeepneys and taxis. Located right in the heart of Davao City. You can also buy your delicacies in this place and locals knows it so when you ask them they can help you get around.
Written 19 August 2017
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MijnlieverdFH
Tagum City, Philippines4,205 contributions
Looking for fruits and fresh flowers
May 2017 • Couples
We were looking for bunches of flowers and some locals were directing us to go to Bangkerohan Public Market. Since we needed it for chapel decorations we followed the direction at the same time we found out also a lot of fruits in season. The flowers section and the fruit sections a bit far from each other. You do not need to go inner for these.
Written 30 June 2017
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oronzodd
Italy108 contributions
fruit and fish
May 2017 • Business
i have a theory; if you want to understand a people go to see his market. i love bankerouan because of the people, the fruit, the vegetables, the fish, the chaos, the smell, the colors, the prices and a lot of other reasons. as a dabaweno even if i'm foreigner, this place is part of my city and i like to share it with my fellow, but i kindly advice to visit it to the tourists, to meet the spirit of this place. don't be worry it is safe, i brought also my sister once, i just had to hide her the view of the balut...... that's really too much for her!
Written 25 June 2017
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Bankerohan Public Market is open:
  • Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM