Went to Canelar Barter Trade Center for some pasalubong shopping and find me malongs! Cheapest place to buy souvenirs and Yakan woven bags. You can haggle especially if you're buying quite a number of items. Just let the store attendants know though that you are...更多
Cant really say you've been to Zamboanga without visiting the Barter center.
The place is famous for sarong, batik, biscuits, chocolayes, sotanghon, and a thousand others featuring Malaysian and Indonesian products at bargai prices (if you have a help from a local guide, like we...更多
When asking my friends on where to go and what to do in Zamboanga City, they never miss out to tell me to go and buy products in Canelar Barter Trade for food products like different varieties of Nescafe coffee, Old Town White Coffee, Apollo...更多
I decided to spend only about an hour here for fear of buying a lot of stuff and paying for excess baggage. I wasn't able to explore the entire area, but those that I did see had mostly Malaysian and Indonesian products on sale. Sadly,...更多
I enjoyed my trip here, it's as if you're in Malaysia. There are a lot of imported items, I love the different varieties of noodles and as well as their shawls and bags. The stalls that sell pearls lined up in a long aisle. I...更多
When shopping in Zamboanga, the Canelar Barter Trade Center should be on top of your list. From various snacks, canned goods, chocolates, coffee, and tea, to many items of clothing (they have souvenir shirts, traditional shirts, malong, sarong, kufiya, pants, shorts, sandals, etc.), and even...更多