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| Between Boracay Main Road and White Beach, Malay, Aklan Province, Philippines
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“Sea Food lovers Haven”
So, I really love sea food and I had read a lot about this place. Thus, my wife and I decided to...read more
Reviewed 27 December 2017
New Delhi, India
“Talipapa - buying souvenirs and wet market too!”
We bought the cheapesr souvenirs here, u can ask for customised names on each, u can ask discounts...read more
We are seafood lovers and came here with high bargaining power but the vendor are not willing to go a further reduction of more than 40% which at the end, we have to yield to their demand and all in cash.
The place is crowded...More
Been here many times. Way back before it is clean and organized. But as I visit here today January2018, it's now terribly bad. The clean restos inside offering "paluto" (restos who offer to cook what you bought from wet market) were no longer there. Instead...More
I did not enjoy the lunch at D'Talipapa, with the following reasons:
1. The seafood market was very noisy and the vendors were quite intimidating.
2. The seafood appeared cheap. However, the cooking fee was even more expensive than the seafood itself. In the end...More
So, I really love sea food and I had read a lot about this place. Thus, my wife and I decided to check this place out. Located in the heart of Boracay, it is a street market with tons of vendors selling fresh catch. Shrimps,...More
We bought the cheapesr souvenirs here, u can ask for customised names on each, u can ask discounts or freebies if you are buying a lot. Sellers are friendly. I think the place is temporarily settled for them bec i heard the old one was...More
The talipapa market offers a variety of local fish, shell, squid, shrimp and lobsters. They even have sea urchins, algaes and eels.
Rows of restaurants offer cooking services for your seafood picks.
They can cook tinola (soup), sugba (grill), kilaw (raw salad), sizzling or fried....More
We came here by the local taxi , to eat seafood which you need to purchase from the wet market and bargain before bringing to the restaurant nearby to cook . Bought some souvenirs here which you need to bargain again .