Like any other trip, a visit to Kamay Ni Hesus wouldn’t be completed without buying for pasalubongs and souvenirs. Listed below are just some of the things you can buy when visiting the shrine! It is also interesting to note that the reserve a place in the shrine where you can buy various items and souvenirs.
1. Religious ItemsJust beside the Kamay Ni Hesus Healing Church is a Religious store where you can buy various souvenirs and religious itemsThe store caters figurines, keychains, leaflets, rosaries, healing oil and ointment and even books. Figurines can be bought for as low as Php50 (depending on the size)
Rosary, necklace, bracelets (Prices will range from Php25 and above)
2. Goodies, Pastries and Delicacies
Not to far from the shrine are souvenir stores where you can buy yummy goodies , pastries and other local delicacies that Lucban is famous for. It includes their famous Broas biscuits, a broad known as “Pinagong”, Otap and a whole lot more! Items can be bought for as low as Php35 per piece
3. Lucban Longanisa
If it’s not in Vigan, then one of the best Longanisa are in Lucban. Lucban is also known because of its longganisa. Its sausage is identified for its aromatic and garlicky smell. The price will range from Php75 to Php150 per kilo
4. Pancit Habhab
I guess a trip to Lucban will not be completed without trying their signature dish, the well known Pancit Habhab. Pancit Habhab or Pancit Lucban is a pancit version that originated from the Quezon province. This noodle dish might look like the traditional Pancit Canton, but there are some notable differences.This is usually served over a piece of banana leaf and is eaten without any utensils but some stores will serve it on paper plates like this with disposable spoon. This is also best eaten with vinegar.If you know how to cook, then you might as well try their very own Miki Lucban and come up with your own recipe. This pack of dried Miki Lucban can be bought for as low as Php50
A lady serving the Habhab which is only worth Php10
5. Lucban Special Bibingka
While driving our way home, we passed by this store selling Special Bibingka. It is not your typical bibingka that are usually served during Christmas season. These bibingka are filled with Buko (which made it tastes like a coconut pie but without the crispiness). The Bibingka is top with generous amount of grated cheese. The price for each cake is Php35 but if you buy 3, it will only cost you a hundred and you’ll get a free mini weave basket.
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