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D' Talipapa Market, Boracay

(3.1/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Buy fresh, quality seafood at D' Talipapa Market, selling a wide range of fish and shellfish. After buying it fresh, you can take it to a restaurant and have it prepared according to your preference. The cooking service provides all the necessities for dining, such as side dishes and drinks. In addition to seafood, you can purchase chicken, pork, fruit, and vegetables. Feel free to bargain with the vendors, because they often set higher prices for tourists. Some vendors sell other products, so consider browsing for souvenirs while here. Put D' Talipapa Market at the forefront of your travel plans using our Boracay tourist route planner.
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  • People flock here primarily for the seafood market and having been to numerous similarly themed places, this one has "tourist" written all over their fish, seafood and the restaurants who offer to coo...  more »
  • The seafood selling at there is very EXPENSIVE as there is not any board showing the price of the seafood. They just open the price randomly and you will get shock for sure on the price they giving. Y...  more »
  • Worth a go as on a trip to look at diversity of marine reptiles, take a photo with a huge lobster, but no more. Many seafood already don't move, so it is hard to understand how they're fresh:) We buy nothing ventured, and the prices are higher than for similar dishes in the restaurant, only already cooked!
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