The Best Weekend Markets in Manila (2023) | The Beat Asia

6 Must-See Weekend Markets in Manila

Long overlooked compared to other activities, weekend markets are the perfect place for spending your time off work. With stalls selling delicacies, fresh produce, and unique crafts, weekend markets are probably the closest city dwellers can get to the fun stuff neighboring provinces offer. If you still have no plans for the weekend, check out these vibrant markets in Metro Manila selling mouth-watering goodies, trinkets, and more!

Legazpi Sunday Market

Every Sunday, the Legazpi Sunday Market in Makati City comes alive with a bustling atmosphere, parading one of the largest arts, crafts, and food markets in Manila. Their vast array of mouth-watering street food includes anything between Camden Market-style kebab pizza and traditional Pinoy cheese sticks. After a good meal, you’ll be free to wander around, cruising the stalls selling posters, tribal textiles, and other handcrafted goods.

Legazpi Sunday Market welcomes visitors on Sundays from 7 AM to 2 PM.

Location: Legazpi Sunday Market, Corinthian Carpark, 121 Paseo de Roxas Street, Legaspi Village, Barangay San Lorenzo, Makati, Metro Manila

Salcedo Market

Nestled in the heart of Salcedo Village, Salcedo Market is not just your typical food and goods market. The ultimate place to enjoy delicious food, this weekend spot offers everything from fresh produce to gourmet eats, as well as handmade crafts, live music, and a lively atmosphere that will leave you feeling energized and inspired.

Salcedo Market is open on Saturdays from 7 AM to 2 PM.

Location: Salcedo Community Market, Salcedo Village, 1226 Makati, Metro Manila

Greenfield Weekend Market

Greenfield Weekend Market is one for the sleepy heads. Starting during the afternoon, this weekend hangout lets you have all evening to discover a melting pot of culinary and artisanal delights in the bustling city of Mandaluyong. Truly a collector’s paradise, you can shop classic vinyl records, books and antique accessories in a welcoming ambiance. The food stalls offer ideal snacks to nibble on as you go on your weekend adventure.

Greenfield Weekend Market is open on Fridays from 2 PM to 12 AM and on weekends from 3 PM to 12 AM.

Location: Greenfield Weekend Market, Greenfield District Central Park, Mayflower Street, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Mercato Centrale

If you're a foodie on the hunt for new and exciting flavors, Mercato Centrale in Taguig City is the perfect destination to discover a wide selection of delicious and mouth-watering food. Along with a dizzying array of local and international cuisine, this market offers live entertainment in a vibrant and welcoming community vibe, right in the center of Manila.

Mercato Centrale is open every Friday to Sunday, from 3 PM to 10 PM.

Location: Mercato Centrale, Kilometer Zero, Ermita, City of Manila, 1002 Metro Manila

Sidcor Local Sunday Market

Discover the best of Quezon City at the Sidcor Local Sunday Market. With over 300 stalls, you will find local clothing, one-of-a-kind artisanal products, cheap ceramics, as well as locally sourced fresh produce. A feast for the eyes as well as for your tummy, Sidcor market’s numerous options of must-try delicacies make it a foodie’s delight.

Sidcor Local Sunday Market is for the early birds, open on Sundays from 6 AM to 2 PM.

Location: Sidcor Local Sunday Market, Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Good Food Sundays

Treat yourself to a day of food, fun, and good vibes at Good Food Sundays, a must-visit market in Bonifacio Global City. This weekend destination offers delectable food, lively music, and a friendly ambiance. Community-driven, the market often features sustainable local businesses, charity sales, adoption workshops, and lectures on Filipino culture, making this market much more than a must-try shopping location.

Good Food Sundays welcomes visitors on Sundays every week, from 11 AM to 5PM.

Location: Good Food Sundays, Mandala Park, 1552 Shaw Boulevard 1552 Mandaluyong

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