Pop District Bazaar: Cebu’s Grandest Lifestyle Bazaar

Despite being sick, I went to Oakridge Pavilion to join the grandest lifestyle bazaar in Cebu – the Pop District Bazaar. It was a two-day bazaar held last September 26 and 27, 2015.

I enjoyed hopping from one booth to another as all displays were simply amazing.

Here are few of my favorite booths during the bazaar.





SuWhat is a Cebu-based craft store that sells carefully crafted notebooks and paper products. I swear, their products are awesome. Visit their Instagram and Facebook to get more updates regarding their products.

The Big & Small Things



The Big & Small Things (TBST) is a stylish, innovative and classy products – big and small, literally. Check out their Instagram for more information.




Toniq is a juicing company that offers juices, smoothies, salads, and other healthy snacks specific to your body’s needs. I was privileged to try their products during their grand launching at 32 Sanson by Rockwell. I love their salads and Stress Buster smoothie the most. You should try it too.
You may visit their site , Instagram and Official Facebook Page.
Taho Tally
This is by far the most exciting food I’ve tasted during the Pop District Bazaar. I love taho. Period. It’s one of the foods I won’t get tired eating.

I’ve already tried Strawberry Taho when I went to Baguio City so I chose the mango float flavor instead. They have the original flavor, coffee, mango, mango float and strawberry.

Aaaand, I finally met Camie of!

She recognized me as the ‘girl with a picture of the Pop District ticket on Instagram‘. haha. I’ve been looking forward to meeting her ever since she announced coming here in Cebu a few months ago. She’s my favorite lifestyle blogger ever since because she is witty and unpretentious. If she doesn’t like this or that, she’ll say so with no reservations.

She also came with other bloggers like Cha Ocampo, Ida Anduyan, Mike Miguel, and Lance de Ocampo, David Guison, and Arisse de Santos with her boyfriend Patrick Sugui.



I really enjoyed the bazaar even though I was only there for a day. I was not able to go back on the second day because my fever was too severe and had to stay in bed the whole day.

I’m certainly looking forward to the next Pop District Bazaar!