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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....More
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...More
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...More
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...More
Bankerohan market is both easy to find just off San Pedro Street and a very interesting contrast to the cool and well maintained Malls to be found in every city. Bankerohan is at its busiest in the morning when the vegetable, fruit and meat sections...More
Bigger than Agdao market. Every fruit and vegetables I'd there's a season for it somewhere.
There's two mosques around that you should visit.
Take your time to explore all things there. Or come more than once.
Again the interesting phenomen with lots of fruit stands...More
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I would think it would depend on what it is you are going there to buy. There's a dry goods section, reasonably priced, with consistent and inexpensive goods. But we went early, since I was looking for seafood and fruit... More
I would think it would depend on what it is you are going there to buy. There's a dry goods section, reasonably priced, with consistent and inexpensive goods. But we went early, since I was looking for seafood and fruit, which we figured would be more prevalent earlier in the day. There were also numerous types of rice, all for about half of the price in SM market. Bankerohan is quite crowded, and by the time we got there (midmorning) about half of the shellfish had been sold. But even so, we were able to get the fish and shellfish we wanted. Hope this helps you!