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Taboan Public Market

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If you don't want the stinky smell this place is not for you

The place is Dried Fish Market, with dried fish comes the stink. Make this place as last stop of... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Cebu City, Philippines
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One Stop Shop for Pasalubong

Been here twice and it never disappoints. Everyone will tell you the same thing - by the time you... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2017
Anna May V
Pasig, Philippines
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Pahina Central, Cebu City 6000, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

When you plan to buy local delicacies never buy them at tourist areas or the mall since the prices are double if not tripled. Tabo-an market is the best place to get danggit, dried mangoes, otap, etc for a good price. Souvenirs and Cebu tshirts...More

1  Thank Joseph L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

bring back home local delicacies , danggit, pusit etc. this is the place. delicious dried fish. many stalls to choice from but almost the same prices. don't bother roaming around to find cheaper price unless your looking for specific goods.

1  Thank JAYPROV
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

when friends and relatives ask for souvenir food items to bring them home, taboan is a sure source of dried mangoes and other fruits and best-tasting dried seafoods - squid, anchovies, danggit, spada, etc. try haggling for a cheaper price as the cost is somewhat...More

Thank Irene F
Reviewed 7 January 2018

Just came back from the market. Today is Sunday and some of the shops were already closed. We were there around 4:30pm. Still plenty of dried fish stalls opened and we got what we came there for. Bought danggit for P600 a kilo. Got them...More

6  Thank Rommel C
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Need pasalubong, this is one shop stop, so to speak. From keychains, ref magnets, dries mangoea most eapecially danggit, you can all find them here with your best haggling style. Best to reach the stalla inside the market because the ones outside start at a...More

1  Thank steflizardo
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

The place is Dried Fish Market, with dried fish comes the stink. Make this place as last stop of your tour.. The best buy for your dried fish needs

Thank kabin0
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Been here twice and it never disappoints. Everyone will tell you the same thing - by the time you leave this place, your every pore, your hair and clothes will reek of dried fish, and it is true. I like going here because it saves...More

1  Thank Anna May V
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Of course a visit to Cebu has to include a place where you can get your 'pasalubongs' our term for presents for those back home! This is an excellent place but you need to bargain!

1  Thank Sebastian Q
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

Dried fish are all here. Variety of dried fish you can never expect are here. Accessible from the city and people are friendly as well.

1  Thank casper020687
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

Here in Cebu, one of the best thing to buy for pasalubong to your friends or family is danggit aand other dried seafood products. The best place to go is Taboan where the price is cheaper compared to the malls and you can also pack...More

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Hazel G
7 April 2017|
Response from Shane3000 | Reviewed this property |
Hi! Was not able to take pictures there. It's 400 pesos per kilo of dried mangoes. They can put it in a vacuum bag for you.