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Good Shepherd Convent, Baguio

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Purchase all sorts of delicious goodies produced by nuns and volunteers at Good Shepherd Convent, overlooking Cordillera Mountain. Aside from being a convent, the scenic compound also serves as a well-maintained retreat for all the Roman Catholic educational institutions. The international congregation of religious sisters numbers almost 4,000 members, who make and sell trinkets and sweets, the profits of which go to charity programs. Choose from fruit preserves, homemade bread, ube jams, peanut brittle, and many other treats for a reasonable price. Plan your visit to Good Shepherd Convent and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Baguio family vacation planner.
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  • We all love their Ube jam, But why do they limit only 3 bottles per costumer its just sad that i can't buy all the requests of my friends 
  • Its a must to come over to this place to purchase their ube and lengua. They are most famous of it. Super yummy ube! 
  • Every time my family and I needed to get things from Baguio, we would usually go to Good Shepherd. Lots of good stuff and it is worth the money whenever we buy stuff there. We are so gonna come back t...  read more »
  • The best ube jam and lengua de gato. The parking area is being expanded from time to time. Beautiful collection of garden flowers. Fast service. Lots of counters to avoid long queue.
  • This is where you can buy whole lot of Good Shepherd's best ever Ube Jam! Now with more selection from Lengua (milky cookies) and Strawberry Jam and Sagada Arabica Coffee. Much much much cheaper than what you can get from the market--well, good things come from 'higher places' in Baguio. Hihihi
  • Really pricy. Some delicacies where out of stock. Discipline line for customers. If you're on a walk, it will really cost you energy since the path to the place is really steep But their jams are the real deal. Especially the Ube jam.
  • Their ube jam is the best! Alfajor and snowballs are also a must try!
  • Great Ube jam and other food products. Efficient sales facility. Now accepts Visa or Mastercard.
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