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Good Shepherd Convent, Baguio

(4.3/5 based on 550+ 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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  • I never get tired of eating their ube jam even if it will ruin my diet. Their purple yam is so good I am a certified horder. Good thing is we can buy more unlike before they have a limit for each cust...  more »
  • I first came here when i was a kid. my parents came here with us children to buy the specialties of the nuns which is their Ube spread. One can also buy peanut brittle,bread,and other delicacies..This...  more »
  • A visit to Baguio City would never be complete without a jar of Ube Jam from Good Shepherd Convent. The queue is long but if you arrive earlier, you are sure to get more bottles of Ube Jam. They also ...  more »
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  • This is the best place to buy food "pasalubong" or gifts for loved ones who weren't able to join you in your vacation. :) Ube jam is the most commonly bought, but this lasts for only a month... :( So, my favorite is the Alfajor - freeze it and it's delicious frozen! :)
  • You can never say you've been to Baguio if you don't go here, most popular for it's ube and strawberry jam which is the main pasalubong
  • Very organized, as this is the last stop to get all thr pasalubong (food wise) for home. There is a good view of the mines where you can have a good photoshoot. Buy your strawberry, ube jams and so on here. Crowded on peak days and hours. Parking available but limited based on the volume of people going
  • Best UBE ever, always bought Ube when I go in Baguio or Tagaytay. Also you can buy Civet Coffee (Cat Poop Coffee), most expensive beans or ground coffee that can be bought
  • A very good place to buy "pasalubong". Items they sell are known to be of good quality.