During my stay in the Philippines, I had a chance to visit the wet market in Tanuan City, Batangas. The wet market is just the same like the wet market in Jakarta.
Here are some pictures that I managed to capture in the wet market.
Alamang (wet shrimp paste)
Tuyo and Tinapa (Dried/salted fish)
Biko (brown rice cake)
Sapin - sapin (layered rice cake)
Puto (steamed rice cake)
Banana Cue (Fried banana), Kamote Cue (sweet potato),
Toron (Filipino Lumpia)
If you are thirsty... you can try Gulaman (gelatin drinks)
Kikiam (Squid balls)
Kare - kare (Philippine stew)
Bread and cake shop
tasted like Indonesian Mangga Golek.
Corn (white and yellow)
Kwek - kwek (Quail eggs) and Fish balls
Isaw (Intestine skewer)
Same as Indonesian, it's also called "Timbangan" in the Tagalog.
It's tasted like "Manggis" (Mangosteen) but more sour.
I wonder why the Yakult is being sold not cold.
A full tricycle.