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Pasalabuongs or souvenirs are a big part of Filipinos. No matter where they go and what they do, they always try to bring back a piece of memento not just for themselves, but for their loved ones as well. It can be anything really – textile, clothing, jewelry, and even food.

One of the easiest things to purchase and give as a pasalubong is popular local delicacies from the place you’ve visited. You can’t go wrong with it. 

Now, Bacolod City in Negros Occidental is among the many places in the Philippines that you can never go wrong in buying local delicacies as pasalubongs. The City of Smiles offers several authentic treats that you can take home for you and your loved ones. 

Sugarlandia's Barquillos and Biscocho – For over 9 decades now, Sugarlandia has been producing Bacolod’s best Barquillos, thin, crunch wafer rolls, and Biscocho, crunchy baked bread with sugar and butter. They also offer other products such as Piaya, Banana Pinasugbo, Squid rings, and more.


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Roli's Napoleones – Napoleones are custard cream goodies that are sandwiched between layers of buttery, flaky crust, and topped with a white sugar glaze. If you’re looking for the best place to satisfy that craving, buy Napoloenes from Roli’s.


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Bailon's Piaya – Piaya can be bought pretty much everywhere in the country nowadays. However, there’s nothing quite like the original one from Bailon’s, where it’s almost wafer-like thin and coated with the right amount of muscovado sugar.


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El Ideal's Guapple Pie and Buko Pie – Did you know that there is a fruit called Guapple? It’s a Vietnamese variant of Guava that similar to Apples in texture. This is what El Ideal’s famous Guapple Pie is made of. Though technically this brand is from the neighboring city of Silay, you can easily drop by to purchase this and their Buko Pie on your way to the airport.


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Pendy’s Half Moons – Home to a wide array of pasalubongs, Pendy’s is a perfect place to shop for those yummy pastries and more. But they’re best known for their Half Moons – light and fluffy sponge cakes topped with a creamy egg custard that’s shaped like half-moons.


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Virgie’s Pastillas de Manga – Virgie’s makes the best homemade goodies including their best selling mango tart, made with their fresh mango jam. Another thing to consider as a pasalubong from Virgie’s is their Boat tart, a rich creamy and butter caramel tart laced with meringue icing on top.


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Planning to visit Bacolod City? Don’t forget to grab these local delicacies to take home with you or give as a pasalubong. Also, consider staying in any of the RedDoorz hotels that are located within the city. Not only are they the best and most comfortable rooms you can stay at, but they’re also very affordable. So you don’t need to worry about your budget and spend more on purchasing for your pasalubongs. Visit our website and mobile application to book now!  

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