Harrison Road Night Market, Baguio

(3.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Me and my friends came around 11 pm on a Dec. night. I suggest to not bring a bag, just a coin purse and put it in your front pocket. I don't suggest bringing a phone too, unless absolutely needed. If...  more »
  • Row after row of cheap clothing. It's true there were a lot if offers of 3 for 100 and even some 10 peso. But that's the only stuff cheap there. A small suitcase was more than at SM. My Filipino frien...  more »
  • Been to Baguio night market every December. The ukay ukay starts at 9pm up to midnight daily. I bought 4 jackets with labels: Uniqlo, Columbia and Esprit at a good price. All you need is your haggle s...  more »
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  • Lots of cheap items to buy! Though needs to have keen eyes to see which ones are good buys and which ones are not. Some second hand items (usually clothes, shoes, and bedsheets) are sold, and also brand new ones at low cost. Not sure though if the brand new items are authentic or imitations (I don't have keen eyes to identify which ones).
  • A great place to find stuff you want or need. Items range from shoes, clothes to souvenir items and there is also food selections. They are also sold on a very cheap price. Market starts at 9PM so better be there early since tourist tends to fill the area as the night goes by.
  • Vendors usually start packing up by 1130pm and will be gone just before midnight but their regular hours are until midnight according to locals. There's a wide range of goods here. You can find clothes, gadgets, shoes, bags, personal effects and food. The food section has diverse interesting offerings, those that you won't normally get with other ukayan food hubs, probably because of tourists from all sorts of places. Thr small microfiber blanket that you can buy in Divisoria for P120 costs P200-P250 here. Baguio is a total no-smoking city. The night market is no exception. Just don't light up to avoid being apprehended by local police.
  • Many choices to choose from for clothes and food stalls! Prices are from 20 pesos and up, you can buy clothes here and some accessories as well. Souvenirs like key chains can also be found here. Jackets and shirts can also be found!
  • Thu it's same thing each night what else would you ask for? they all have good stuffs here in very affordable price.