It is the introduction of the Mindoro Island banana chips that is reasonable and perfect for a souvenir!
Recommended for the following people!
*Those who are looking for a souvenir of sweets.
*Those who want to buy souvenirs that are unique to the Philippines.
*Those who are looking for a reasonable souvenir.
Mikko BANANA CRACKERS
price:16 bags of 140 PHP!
If you buy it in bulk it’s very cheap at about 9php per bag. The refreshing sweetness is perfect for tea time. Like dried mangoes, once you start eating them, you can’t stop.
The bag of sweets is puffed up with air, so you’ll be fine in your suitcase.
“Wasn’t that a 16-pack?” I was going to give it to a friend, but it was so good that I ate it myself. Don’t worry, it’s definitely a 16-pack.
There’s a notation “PROVINCE OF ORIENTAL MINDORO”!
Where can I buy it?
The place where you can buy it will be at the shop near the port of Murie.
It’s between WESTERN UNION and a store called ST. PETER.
There are banana chips in a glass case on the right side of the main entrance, which is a Money Changer, but they also sell souvenirs.
The “Saba Banana” used in these banana chips seems to be a relatively inexpensive type of banana. If you have some extra luggage on the way home, I highly recommend these banana chips!
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