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The 10 Best Places to Buy Mooncakes Online in the Philippines

Because it's mooncake season once again.
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The Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for family reunions and expressions of gratitude. Many, however, simply take part in the festivities by eating mooncakes which is a Chinese delicacy that's known characteristically for its round shape and sweetened bean paste or lotus seed paste filling.

Now, we can't have you celebrate the festival this year without your own stash, so we've put together a list of some of the best mooncakes you can get right now. Here are the best places to buy mooncakes online in the Philippines.

Hong Kong MX Mooncakes

Freshly produced and imported from Hong Kong. What more could you ask for?

SHOP HONG KONG MX MOONCAKES

Kee Wah Bakery

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Kee Wah Bakery has been making mooncakes since 1946. So, they've definitely got the treat down pat.

SHOP KEE WAH BAKERY

Shangri-La at the Fort

The Shangri-La Group always takes its mooncakes seriously and this one is no different.

SHOP SHANGRI-LA AT THE FORT

Conrad Manila

In the mood for intricate packaging with contents that don't disappoint?

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SHOP CONRAD MANILA

Eng Bee Tin

There's nothing like your neighborhood Chinese deli.

SHOP ENG BEE TIN

Grand Hyatt Manila

Grand Hyatt Manila promises traditional yet decadent mooncakes.

SHOP GRAND HYATT MANILA

Solaire Resort & Casino

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Choose from traditional baked mooncakes, snow skin mooncakes, or Teochew spiral mooncakes.

SHOP SOLAIRE RESORT & CASINO

The Peninsula Manila

Lotus seed paste or egg custard? We say both.

SHOP THE PENINSULA MANILA

Marco Polo Ortigas Manila

The hotel's Lung Hin restaurant presents its premium mooncakes.

SHOP MARCO POLO ORTIGAS MANILA

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The Manila Hotel

An under-the-radar choice you won't regret.

SHOP THE MANILA HOTEL

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