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This is a local market with a long stretch of makeshift stalls selling various stuff, from fruits to kitchen wares, clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, etc. Prices are cheap, targeting the locals. The market is hot and crowded, hence be extra careful with your belongings. We...More
This market is very big and there is a lot of things to buy. It’s very cheap and the people are very friendly. There is a lot of beggars and some are children so definitely be careful with valuables. The only thing is that I...More
Very big open market on the street..baclaran IS very easy to find and very good for shopping,you can find anything average is cheap, I buy many things and I spend little money..
Definitely to don't miss..
I have been here many times as it is a little less crowded than Divisoria, especially the outside parts. However, I did have my bag slashed open and everything taken out, so please be vary careful with your bags. I have been here more than...More
Bought a few dresses here for 50 pesos at the night Market, cheap but comfortable summer dresses. The street food is great too though I only love to buy the green mango on the cart. Be careful with your bag though as they said many...More
The Baclaran market is huge, there are so many stores and shops that you can look through. The shops have a wide range of different things on offer, from very cheap to more expensive items.
When we went here it was incredibly busy so we...More
There are definitely bargains to be had at this 24hr market. Most if not all are Chinese made clothing, but good quality, good fashion, and good prices can be found. Definitely can still bargain, just use your skills!.... a tip like all the other reviewers...More
Hi there, I am arriving in Manila from NAIA at 5am in the morning. I was hoping to go see Baclaran market before heading to my hotel. However I read online that it is a dangerous place? 1. Is it really unsafe? 2. Is it unsafe to go so early? (like around 6am) 3. How do i get there from NAIA? (bus number? jeepney?) 4. Other than Baclaran market, where can i visit that is close to NAIA? (I am a foodie so a breakfast spot would be great too) Thanks in advance!
April 26, 2010|
Response fromFrank S|
It is not a dangerous place except for the many wimps that are frightened of crowds! There are pickpockets so take precautions to keep your valuables safe. It will still be fairly quiet at 6am but plenty of bargains will be available. Buses in the Philippines don't have route numbers but they have destination cards in their windows. Jeepneys and buses both go to Baclaran.
Baclaran Market (4 Replies)
Hi, hoping someone can give me an idea about what Baclaran Market is like. How does it compare to Divisoria and Greenhills? What is sold there, how cheaply? Are the prices displayed or is it all bargaining? I quite like Divisoria but thought I'd check out Baclaran this visit instead - what do you think? Thanks in advance!
October 04, 2016|
It's just best to search on google. Looks like fruit/veg and clothes. I went there but don't remember much about it. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Rev…
Travel Itinery for 3 days Manila (16 Replies)
I will be with my friend to Manila for budget travel for few days. Would like to know is there any public transport to LRT station besides taxi? My friend would like to visit wet & fruit market. Which one is easily assesible Baclaran market or Cubao farmer markt. Pls recommend. Would like to visit also Sidcor Sunday market for local food. Is it near LRT. Plan to stay in Citadell Inn Makati. Which station near this hotel? Sorry for much question, bec mu frined is the first time to visit...More
June 11, 2015|
......not again. Avoid touts like the above and treat them with extreme caution or completely avoid them. They have no regard for forum rules they agree to when joining Tripadvisor. Tommo