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Visibly,it was a dump that lacked charm. There was debris, trash and rotting food everywhere. Everywhere you thought about parking you would be expected to pay the usual "fee".
After getting past the area that appeared to be the rubble of perhaps an old building,...More
As many travellers to Tagaytay have said before, a trip to Tagaytay is not complete without a stop-over at Mahogany Market. We were having our company planning session with our office mates in nearby Amadeo, Cavite last July, when we decided to drop by Mahogany...More
A trip to Tagaytay is not complete without a trip to this market. Fruits in season and beef is cheaper here. We bought 9 kilos of langka (jackfruit) for 'pakyaw' price of P220.00, avocado is at P30.00/kilo and several other fruits that I can't remember...More
We love buying wholesale meats here. Freshly slaughtered beefs good for everything, like bulalo, caldereta and different steak cuts. Around they also sell different small trees, plants and flowers which my son always bring back home to grow in our backyard. Choosing from the numerous...More
Located just behind the new Tagaytay City Hall, this market is most frequented by Tagaytay visitors. The market is very clean and orderly with parking areas inside and around the market itself. The market is a good place to buy your fresh vegetables and fruits....More