Buko Pie Alley | Things to do in Bagabag-Nueva Vizcaya

Spanning a kilometer along the national highway are stalls selling fresh buko fruits and their famous home-made buko pies and tarts. Known as the Buko Pie alley, it is a famous stop over for refreshments and “pasalubong”.
Open: Open Everyday
Address:  , Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya
Fee: N/A
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 , Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya

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