Good Shepherd Convent, Baguio

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#1 of 11 in Historic Sites in Baguio
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. A visit to Good Shepherd Convent represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Baguio itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • While I enjoy the Good Sheperd ube jam and strawberry jam, it is sad that this place is no longer the convent I remember from my childhood, with wonderful flowers all around. It is now a commercial es...  more »
  • Yummy ube jam as always. Now more varieties in the food that they sell. Probably need to come early to avoid long queues  more »
  • Folks stop by 20 % for the view and 80 % for the takeaway options. I stopped by as usual last week for the freshly roasted peanuts in a jar and their crowd favourite Ube Jam for my partner. Prices sli...  more »
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  • I love how systematic they get orders from customers especially ones who were buying in bulk. Credit card facility is also available. Easy transportation since there are many taxis in the area. With a parking lot for customers who bring their rides. With a little coffee shop at the side and a restroom for those who just want to stay and see the view.
  • There is a good reason why you would see lots of people here buying their goods. Delicious, reasonable price and it funds a noble cause.
  • A fabulous place to take pictures and buy some good quality snacks and breakfast items like jam, cookies strawberry sesame.
  • They sell the best local goods and treats!!! Although there is no parking within the convent, it's worthit to walk it. Also outside the convent is where you should park and also where ministores are found
  • Best place for pasalubongs. Quality product as always

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