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Salcedo Saturday Market, Makati

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
One of the largest weekend markets in the country, Salcedo Saturday Market offers ready-to-eat and specialty food, handmade ornaments and crafts, clothing, and knickknacks. The open-air market began 15 years ago and, focused on organic produce and bringing the community together, has grown to 127 stalls strong. Foodies will be spoilt for choice, with many stalls specializing in heirloom and traditional recipes, served up while you wait. Take a seat at one of the extensive, covered tables and enjoy the flavors of the region while watching the world go by. Take a look at our Makati holiday planner to schedule your visit to Salcedo Saturday Market and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Lokasinya persis di sebelah Jamie C Velasquez Park yang ada children playground-nya. Disini ada stall-stall yang jualan pernak pernik aksesoris (gelang dll) sampai street food. Kalau mau kesini mendin...  read more »
  • Today I woke up full of vim and vigour so I decided to swing by Salcedo Saturday Market which is just a few blocks away from our apartment. Salcedo Saturday Market is vibrant and quite appealing to wa...  read more »
  • The market is spitting distance from the Picasso hotel, so I had no excuse for not dropping into the market when I was in Salcedo Village on a recent Saturday. There was a wide range of local foods/in...  read more »
  • If you're looking to buy fresh fruits and vegetables delivered straight from the farms, craving for all sorts of food items from isaw to lechon to paella negra, or just wanting to cool down after your Saturday morning jog, this is the place to be. you can try all the different street foods here like isaw, bbq, empanada, and many others. or you can take home some. of course what's a market without the wet section, right? feast your eyes (and stomachs) to fresh prawns, crabs, different varieties of fish, even meat and poultry. and there are also an assortment of merchandise that you always see in markets like wooden kitchen items, orchids, organic juices, air fresheners, etc. and if you ever get tired of walking around, there's a park just next to the market where you can sit down and catch your breath for a little bit. this weekend market is just one among several here in metro manila, and it certainly is a must-try.
  • A great way to try as much local food in one small convenient location. There were probably 50+ stands with various food items, including freshly caught seafood, produce, honey, and much more. Definitely won't hurt to check it out if you are nearby.
  • A nice way to try a lot of street food and local vendors - I could spend hours here eating away and sampling food.
  • A great place to bond with family and friends. You can shop and have picnic at the park.
  • Anyone visiting Manila should take time to visit this place. Fantastic array of food : from European to local tastes.
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