Shopping in Bohol is comfy, chic, wide-ranging and a blend of both modern and old-fashion style. You an either opt for the air-conditioned modern shopping malls and supermarkets or simply go for the open air dry and wet markets around the city center of Tagbilaran and everywhere else around the island.
Best buys in Bohol are hand-woven items made from bamboo, wicker, nito, buri, rattan, sig-id and other native materials. The most popular ones are the baskets at Sunday Market in Antequera. Other items include wooden furniture, wall decors, hampers and handcrafted souvenirs, fashion accessories and decors made from shells.
Don’t leave Bohol without a “kalamay” in tow. Made from grounded coconut milk, sticky rice or 'malagkit' and dark sugar, “kalamay” is a popular Filipino delicacy stuffed in coconut shell tethered with a red paper in the middle. The best place to buy “kalamay” is at the municipal market in Jagna.