Why Visit Baguio’s Night Market

Lloyd Tagbago
Lloyd Tagbago is a member of the Current News Service (CNS). An active video documentarist, Tagbago provides excellent video content for Currentph.com. Reach him at Lloyd.tagbago@currentph.com.

Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines, is known for its vintage shops, beautiful parks, and cool temperature.

Baguio’s Night market, located in Harrison Road, is one of the reasons why this city visited by millions each year. It offers locally-made products and foodstuff at really low prices. The night market is opened daily from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Items, with a wide range of choices, are from P50 to P500. At P50, one can purchase a quality jacket that could ease the cool breeze of Baguio and while on sightseeing.

Souvenir items like ref magnet, keychains, shirts, and other local products that are really worth bring home.

Also, the aroma of street foods around the market will make one crave for fried stuffs, balut, binatog, ramen, shakes and juices at very affordable prices. Fast foods and restaurants are just a stone’s throw away if one prefers a sit-down meal.

Baguio Night Market is a must-visit. The place has a very vibrant energy that makes tourists come back on each trip to the summer capital.


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