Travel and food are basically intertwined; when you explore a new place you also try to discover new food and other specialties in the area. More often than not, when you travel the people that you left behind would be waiting for something when you get back home.

A very Filipino attitude of showing care and generosity to your loved ones; you should never fail to give “Pasalubong”. Even if it’s just a small token from the place where you’ve been, it will be well appreciated by the recipient. So when it’s time to buy those “pasalubongs” for friends and loved ones, look for the wholesaler in the area. You can definitely save a lot of money if you buy from them.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Donna Jane Marcuap

    Actually ,I don’t go home without a pasalubong for my two niece 😀

    They really get happy when i brought home something , even if it’s just a candy or a lollipop , most often i bought them pizza (trolli)

    1. Algene

      As the common saying goes, “It’s the thought that counts.”

      1. Donna Jane Marcuap

        Yeah it’s not the material thing

  2. Algene

    Bringing a pasalubong for our loved ones is already a tradition for Filipinos!

    1. Donna Jane Marcuap

      Filipinos are really lovable and thoughtful right ?

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