Malatapay Market is a once-a-week outdoor gathering of local produce and other products called TABO in the Visayan Region and similarly conducted by other Philippine towns . We went out of curiosity and it turned out to be an exciting experience! The street is full of stalls selling everything local. There is even a videoke booth! But what we enjoyed most was choosing our food from the many vendors ofering fresh fish cook the way you like it. We also enjoyed the lechon ( charcoal-roasted pork)! We rented a table close to the beach (not in the huts, too stuffy!) and was served like royalty by this sweet old lady (Ning Ramos) who owned the table (look for her - her table is right infront of the posters of Apo Island). Afte the hearty meal, we walked thru the stalls looking at their wares. People were so friendly and enjoyed being photographed! Don't miss this! It happens only every Wednesday!
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