Tagaytay is one of the few areas in the Philippines that has a nice and cool weather, which is best for growing fruits and vegetables. So apart from the view, Tagaytay is also known as a market for fruits and vegetables. If you try going up there, you’ll notice the many fruit stands along the side of the road. But surely you’re thinking there could be a bigger market or as we Filipinos like to call it, bagsakan (an area in the marketplace where they drop all the sacks of fresh fruits and vegetables). So where to buy fruits and vegetables in Tagaytay?
The answer is very simple. Just beyond Magallanes Avenue is Mahogany Market which is a large area of vendors of not just fruits and vegetables but also meat, plants, and more.
Jan and I would usually visit Mahogany Market to buy our salad and some fruits. It may not be as fresh as greens from Baguio but it’s good enough. It’s also so much cheaper than buying from the grocery store. The only disadvantage is that it’s kind of far away, like 30 mins away without traffic. So that consumes time and gas money. Buy when we’re up to visiting Tagaytay anyway, it’s very convenient.
I’m pretty sure if you’ve searched this post on Google, you either live near Tagaytay or is going for a visit and is thinking of buying fruits and vegetables to take home for yourself or for pasalubong.
I’ve never really tried buying meat but I know Mahogany Market is known for their bulalo, so you might want to try that.
Where to buy fresh fruits and vegetables in Tagaytay? Now you know and you can simply say, “Mahogany Market”.
Location: Mahogany Market, Tagaytay
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