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Weekend Market Near Your Condo in Makati

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Thinking of what to do this coming weekend? Then it's just the right time to take a break and enjoy the fresh air outside your condo. If you live in a condo in Makati, you should try visiting the Saturday market Makati. There is nothing more relaxing than strolling through an open-air street market on a sunny day. Street markets are among the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines because of the large variety of high-quality goods available for purchase and the enjoyment you can have even if you don't buy anything.

Salcedo Saturday Market

One of the most famous Saturday markets in Makati is Salcedo Saturday Market. This has been organized and managed by the Women of Bel-Air Foundation since 2004. From fresh fruits and vegetables to kitchenware and trinkets to ready-to-eat food, the market's numerous booths have plenty to offer. It isn't easy to know where to put your money. 

The weekend market is open every Saturday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm at Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Tordesillas St, Salcedo Village Makati, Philippines. You can find organic fruits and vegetables, seafood, poultry and meats, Filipino delicacies, international cuisine favorites, baked goods and sweets, plants and flowers, and other specialties.

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If you are curious about what vendors are available, here is the list of the vendors you should look out for:

Vendors along Tordesillas St.

  • Adela's Fruit Stand 
  • Bun Appetit
  • Chang Thai
  • Cochi Loco Mexicana 
  • Danmar Fruit Stand 
  • DGM Farmers 
  • Everybody's Café 
  • Frutesca 
  • Manong's Bagnet 
  • Mendoza's Vegetables 
  • Nene Boneless Bangus 
  • No Fat No Glory 
  • Old Swiss Inn/Pinkies Farm 
  • Plaza Ilocandia 
  • Rafik's Shawarma 
  • Sabor de España 
  • Something Different 
  • Stephen's Brick Oven Pizza 
  • Wawa Bing's Kitchen 
  • Yan Ching Fresh Lumpia (Kaita Food Corp.)

Vendors along Toledo St.

  • Authentic House of Curry 
  • Bat's Tilapia 
  • Don Churros 
  • Gean & Joel Seafoods 
  • Gemz Vietnamese Kitchen 
  • Gourmet Farms (Emapol Trading) 
  • Ineng's BBQ 
  • Leo's Organic Chicken 
  • Llanes Farm 
  • Mary Ann & Jun Seafoods 
  • Monster Burger 
  • Namitz Chicken Inasal 
  • Nancy Rannie Seafoods 
  • Nonoy's Seafood Products 
  • Ogie's Ihawan 
  • Rib's Manila 
  • Saffron Plates 
  • Taho 
  • Teriyaki Girl 
  • The Moroccan Lady's Authentic Tagines 
  • Tuna Town 
  • Vic-Key Fruit Stand 
  • VJPA Seafood

Vendors along Leviste St.

  • Al Halabi Sweet & Savouries 
  • Mrs. R. Veggies 
  • Bakmi Nyonya
  • Niyog 
  • Bersi Gyros Shawarma 
  • Old Fashion Tapa 

Bukit Bintang (Hainanese Chicken)

  • Pamangan 
  • Sanro & Leo Takoyaki 
  • Casa Daza
  • Simone & Amelia 
  • Castañas
  • Sonia Costelo (General Merchandise)
  • Cheryl's Cuisine
  • Country Corndog
  • Sous Vide Station 
  • Dos Jefes
  • Suki Gyouza 
  • Green Bar
  • Sunrise Bloom 
  • Hang & Jun (Vietnamese Food)
  • Viger Trading 
  • Wongton's 
  • In a Nutshell 
  • Jae's Snack / Chicks Rule 
  • Jajan Marketing 
  • Jay Ar's Bibingka 
  • Jiro's Lechon 
  • Ka Narcing (Product of Batangas) 
  • Loida's Mango Manvy 
  • Foods Margarita's Paella

Vendors along Jaime Velasquez Park 

  • 2 Moon Bread Café 
  • Alavar Seafoods 
  • Anna's Home Bakery 
  • August Flowers 
  • Bataan Cashew Nut 
  • Bicol's Best 
  • Buko Fresco 
  • Calidad Española 
  • Canico Trading 
  • Chew Chocolate 
  • Cocoro Snacks 
  • Connie's Kitchen 
  • Cydoels Pasalubong 
  • Delicane Delimondo 
  • Down to Earth 
  • El Karne Club 
  • Godel Chocolates 
  • Green Palette 
  • Ivy Sushi 
  • Janwel's Delicacie's 
  • Jaq's Kitchen 
  • Joy's Bakeshop 
  • Joy's Ham 
  • Joyce Dulong Homemade 
  • Kimbee Nuts 
  • La Cuisine 
  • La Reina Meat Products 
  • Lucky Bread Basic
  • Lyfe Bowls 
  • Mac's Deli 
  • Madge's Crumpets 
  • Masa Bakery 
  • Michelle's Putong Ube 
  • Miyay's Seafood 
  • Parilla's Kakanin 
  • Premium Local 
  • Reno's Bacolod 
  • Rizal Dairy 
  • Robin's Kakanin 
  • Rosel Finest Khalas Dates 
  • Stanford Shaw 
  • Tamales Food 
  • The Citromint Company 
  • The Kitchen 
  • Tita Lea's Black Kutsinta 
  • Tommy's Coffee
  • Tong's Coffee 
  • Trina Treats 
  • Vannie the Rabbit
  • Avery's 
  • Boiled Peanuts 
  • Pink Mixer 
  • Take Root 

Besides Salcedo Saturday Market Makati, you can also look at Legaspi Village and Sunday Market. It is located at Legazpi Park, V. A. Rufino St 1229 Makati, Philippines, and is open on Sunday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm. It also offers goods, fruits, vegetables, delicious delicacies, etc. 

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Makati City is the Philippines' financial capital, and it continues to stand out among Metro Manila cities in terms of location. The city continues to be the country's most progressive business hub, with leading corporations and start-ups, and entrepreneurs taking advantage of the growing number of innovation centers and co-working spaces.

Makati has a diverse range of transportation options. Residents and visitors can take e-jeepneys in and out of the city, the PNR train station, UV Express vans, and buses with routes in and around Makati, as well as the MRT train stations. As a result, Makati has become one of the most sought-after addresses, with more and more people wanting to invest in a Makati condo.

Living in Makati means you will also have access to famous historical landmarks and tourist destinations. Here are some of the places you can visit when you stay:

Parks and Gardens

  • Ayala Triangle Garden
  • Poblacion Park
  • Legazpi Park
  • Washington Sycip Park
  • Makati Park and Garden


  • Saints Peter and Paul Church
  • Plaza Cristo Rey
  • Nuestra Señora de Gracia Church
  • Ermita de San Nicolas de Tolentino


  • Ayala Museum
  • Yuchengco Museum
  • Museo ng Makati
  • Vibrant Art Scene

Community Markets

  • Legaspi Village Sunday Market
  • Salcedo Village Saturday Market

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