Salcedo Saturday Market, Makati City

Currently Open
  • Address: Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, Makati City
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +63-9153835327
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Market, Family And Kids
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About Salcedo Saturday Market, Makati City

Salcedo Saturday Market has quite a reputation in the city. Loved by natives and tourists alike, the place is definitely worth a visit at least once in your lifetime. It is brilliantly located in Salcedo Park and is very close to other prominent attractions. On a fine Saturday morning, you can come here to be greeted with its bustling crowd including myriad vendors selling their items. Don’t be surprised to find people into intense bargaining session as it is pretty common here. The stalls decked with variety of food items, taking flavours from various, is also a charm that is must experience.

Salcedo Saturday Market Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Salcedo Saturday Market by Public Transport

  • Bus Station- Paseo De Roxas.

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Salcedo Saturday Market, Makati City Reviews

  • GOSH! I wish this market operates all day! it's a gem for foodies. Fresh vegetables and fruits and other groceries straight from farm & it's super fresh. plenty of food varieties to try & you will find literally everything from cotton candy to cheese melting meat. they operate from 6am till 2pm. if you stay nearby then don't forget to drop by here. definitely visiting again!

  • Plenty of fresh vegetables, fruits and seafood. The seafood quality is better than SM Market and Rustan Market nearby. It is also cheaper if you bargain. Beware of not bargaining for the fruit and vegetables or you will pay more than at the local supermarkets. There are also prepared food such as sugarless peanut butter sold at competitive prices. All in all a great place except having to haggle.

  • Nice place to browse the various food offerings. Prices are a bit high and it's usually very lively. Opens early (around 7 or 8 am) and closes at 2 pm.

  • Good quality farmer's market, with a great range of fresh and cooked produce. There's a central seating area if you want to stop and eat there. Popular with the foreigners living here.

  • Pure quality farmers market. You should come with an empty stomach to sample all the tasty delights

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