The Pasalubong Map: Luzon

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Let this be your guide to buying and getting friends and family to take home treats made by Filipinos for you.

LUZON

I. Ilocos Region

Ilocos Norte – abel weaving, sukang Iloco, empanada

Ilocos Sur – bagnet, Vigan longganisa

La Union – suka, bagoong

Pangasinan – tupig, Romana peanut brittle, Alaminos longganisa

II. Cagayan Region

Batanes – libang or flying fish (tomato sauce, paksiw, spanish sardine style)

Cagayan – batil patung (pancit), peanut products, hopia ibanag

Isabela – muriecos, inatata, binallay

Nueva Vizcaya – vizcaya / perante oranges

Quirino – Q-tea (ginger tea), malunggay noodles, fossilized flowers

III. Central Luzon Region

Aurora – surfboard miniatures, peanut butter

Bataan – cashew

Bulacan – suman with langka, pastillas, biko

Nueva Ecija – longganisang batotay

Pampanga – rice cakes, sisig, parol, tocino

Tarlac – muscovado sugar, suka

Zambales – mangoes, pastillas de leche

IV. Calabarzon Region

Laguna – buko pie, Liliw sandals, espasol

Cavite – tarts, choco polvoron

Batangas – Barako coffee, balisong

Rizal – Aling Kika’s bibingka, leche flan, coco jam

Quezon – pancit habhab, Lucban longganisa, broas, yema cake

V. Mimaropa Region

Marinduque – uraro (arrowroot) cookies

Occidental Mindoro – lapulapu, bangus, sugpo

Oriental Mindoro – suman sa lihiya, sweet dried pusit, kamote pastillas

Romblon – marble souvenirs

Palawan – bird’s nest soup, kasoy

VI. Bicol Region

Catanduanes – belen’s pinahimis (sweetened) na pili

Masbate – carmelado milk candy

Albay – pinangat, laing, ceramics

Camarines Norte – pili tart, pili roll

Camarines Sur – various pili nut products

Sorsogon – honey, timitim rice cake

VII. Cordillera Region

Benguet – peanut brittle, strawberries, ube, brooms

Mountain Province – lemon pie, bags, wood products

Ifugao – woven cloth, wood products

Apayao – rice wine

Kalinga – coffee

Abra – muscovado sugar

VIII. National Capital Region – shopping mecca!
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