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5 Things to Look Forward to at the Negros Trade Fair

Beautiful décor, fashion, delicious food, and travel ideas can all be found at the 31st Negros Trade Fair

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One of the longest-running and most beloved trade fairs is back in time for early Christmas shopping! The 31st Negros Trade Fair (yes, it’s their 31st!) opened last September 14 at the lobby of Glorietta at Ayala Center. With various booths of décor, furniture, fashion, jewelry, plants and food, it’s truly a wonderful showcase of Negrense craftsmanship and culture.

The fair runs until September 18, Sunday, so you still have a lot of time to eat and shop. Here are the noteworthy items Real Living couldn’t get enough of:

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