May 17, 2023

Weekend Markets in Metro Manila

  • HOME
  • Travel
  • Weekend Markets in Metro Manila
  • Some would say that the weekends are made to relax, spend some quality time with your bed, and hibernate. Others chose to spend their weekends going out and strolling around the mall or some parks. If you’re one of the people who likes to shop and wander around the metro, weekend markets are for you.

    There’s a different weekend market spread around the Philippines but in the people in Manila are fortunate to have some of the best, and they happen every weekend. Let us help you find the nearest weekend market in your area. Hope you all are looking forward to some shopping this upcoming weekend!

    Salcedo Saturday Market

    The Salcedo Market is a place to go to every Saturday, not only for shopping but also as a way to communicate to the different communities and people of Makati. hey open at 7 am and end at 2 pm, but it’s always best to go early to get the freshest and steaming hot dishes that are offered there. Wander around alone or with a companion and find interesting things along the way. Every time you go shopping and eating, you’ll  discover unexpected bargains.

    Also Read: One Day Guide to Salcedo Saturday Market


    Legazpi Sunday Market

    On weekends, especially on Sundays, Makati is known to its residents and frequenters as a solitary city, with only very few vehicles traversing along its roads and very few people walking the streets. If you are one of the people who is looking for something fun to do on weekends in Makati, head on over to Legazpi Sunday Market, which is one of the few places that ooze life and vibrancy on a Sunday.

    Also Read: One Day Guide to Legazpi Sunday Market


    Greenfield Weekend Market

    Can’t decide where to spend your Saturday afternoons and nights? Come to the Greenfield Weekend Market where you can while away your time on good food, cool music, and some fun shopping. Find all sorts of things you want whether you’re an art enthusiast, a musician, a pet lover, a plant lover, or a simply a total foodie! The Greenfield Weekend Market happens every Saturday from 4 pm to 12 midnight, perfect for a weekend hangout.

    Also Read: Greenfield Weekend Market


    Sidcor Sunday Market

    IMAGE Sidcor Sunday Market Facebook Page

    Are you living in the North? Sidcor Sunday Market is the place to go every Sunday for you. Just like other weekend markets, they are filled with different booths and shops that sell local products. Have a mini food trip or go all out as there are some unique finds for food here. People with a green thumb can purchase plants and other fertilizers as they wish. Bring your tote bags, eco bags, and even your sunglasses for a fun-filled weekend. They open as early as 6 am and ends at 2 pm, so make sure to be early!


    The Gourmand Market in BGC

    Experience a one-of-a-kind, possibly unconventional but definitely delicious food and drinks from the Gourmand Market at Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig!  A number of local foodies and purveyors are currently convened weekend-market style at the C1 park of Bonifacio High Street. Most don’t have their own stores or branches so it’s best to catch them on events like these. From full meals to snacks to dessert and drinks, walking along the park will not leave you wanting. You’ll even find intriguing treats to take home.


    The BF Saturday Market in Paranaque

    IMAGE The BF Saturday Market Facebook Page

    The BF Saturday Market has been making a buzz as of late. It’s a lot of further south compared to Legazpi and Salcedo, but it has just as much variety as any of the farmer’s markets mentioned here. Fresh produce and unique food-finds may draw much of Southerners to BF Saturday Market, but having a seafood stand definitely sets it apart from the rest. The BF Saturday Market is located at Elizalde Park, 37 Pilar Banzon St., BF Homes, Paranaque. It’s open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday.

    You might also like...
    Space & Time Cube+ in Pasay: PH’s First Immersive Digital Art Museum
    Friends Screen Golf in Alabang: Korea’s Favorite Golf Simulator Now in PH
    Screen Golf by KGolf in Alabang: Cutting-Edge Technology with LG Electronics
    WiiJUMP in Alabang: One of the Biggest Trampoline Parks in the Philippines
    Amor Laut Resort in Batangas: Where Fun in the Sun Doesn’t End in the Summer