Patrick D. Canada

It was a nice beach with plenty of things to do.We went on a few day trips and enjoyed them. One of the trips was to the sea caves, you go in ..

Lorraine M. Australia

A clean beach with relatively unpoluted water compared to a lot of other asian beaches. Busy with well organised concessions running sun ..

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The Wet Market in Palawan

The Wet Market in Palawan
Palawan is not just an exciting travel destination. It also makes for a lively shopping adventure with lots of hubs and stalls offering the best items for a cheap price installed almost everywhere. There are souvenir shops that can be found in the airport, in the islands, and even in the penal settlement. Among the many shopping hubs that are built around Palawan, The Wet Market is one of the most popular.

The Wet Market is located right at the heart of Puerto Princesa, Palawans capital city. You can ask any tricycle or multicab driver to take you there. If you are coming from a different municipality, you can take a jeepney to go there. Finding your way around is as easy as asking out a friendly local. Also, since a lot of tourists head to the wet market at one point of their trip to another, you would not find it as difficult to head there yourself.

On top of being accessible, the real good thing about the wet market is the variety of goods available for a minimum price. Seafood is of course, the most popular. Palawan being an island province, counts seafood as its major product. Seafood items are widely available in many different kinds, shapes, and sizes. Seafood are available either fresh or dried, depending on how you prefer it as a souvenir that you can take home with. You should not worry about buying fresh seafood as souvenir though. The locals are more than happy to help you out in packing your buys so as not to spoil them as you reach your home base.

Aside from seafood, other items can also be found at the wet market. Cashew nuts and cultured freshwater pearls are among the products that are abundant in this shopping hub. Common souvenir items such as shirts, trinkets, local crafts, and key chains are also available. There is indeed a whole bunch of option for a shopping hunter at the wet market.

While the wet market makes for an accessible, convenient, and extensive center for a lot of tourists who are seeking to buy souvenirs, it also plays as an appropriate place for the value shopper. The wet market offers its wide variety of goods for ridiculously low price. You sure would not believe your eyes. Seafood are sold at over half the price it is available in the metropolis. Jewelries made out of freshwater pearls can be bought for as low as PhP10. If you are looking for the most valuable shopping experience, theres no other place you should be other than the wet market!