Popular Tiangges in the Metro

     A tiangge is a Filipino version of flea market where price-conscious shoppers are attracted to get cheap and good buys. Since Christmas is fast approaching, here are the hottest bargain spots in Metro Manila for your shopping spree.

1. Divisoria
     It is a market district in the heart of the City of Manila known for its wide assortment of low-priced goods and wholesale and bargain shopping. Clothes, accessories, toys, decorations, pirated films and music, electronics, fruits, dry goods, school, office and household supplies, fabrics, textiles, crafts, novelties, decorations and “everything under the sun” can be found in Divisoria, making it “the mecca of value shopping” and “the mother of all markets in Manila.” It is considered one of the National Capital Region's premiere economic centers, as street shops, tiangge-style bazaars and shopping malls (Tutuban Center Mall, 168 Shopping Center, Divisoria Mall, Tabora) are all found here

Tutuban Center Mall

168 Shopping Mall
2. Greenhills Shopping Center
      The best place to shop for overrun imported goods. If you have an expensive taste in a tight budget, this is where your next destination should be.

3. Baclaran Tiangge 
     Baclaran is not only known for its Church but also for its flea markets. Selling everything on its sidestreet from clothes and toys to electronics to home decorations, Baclaran is still a popular destination for budget conscious buyers.

4. Quiapo Tiangge. 
     Raon Shopping Center is considered the Mecca of Hardware Electronics, while the Hidalgo Street has long been a haven for photography related items. A veritable army of fortune tellers and stores offering herbal products also surround the Quiapo church
5. Tiendesitas 
     Tiendesitas has become a favorite spot for gimmicks and shopping alike. It showcases the best of Philippine products from art, antiques, and handicrafts down to the native food, fashion, pets, plants and novelty items
6. Dapitan Arcade
     Located in Dapitan Street Quezon City, Dapitan Arcade is a home-shopping nirvana for bargain hunters. This is the best shopping place for cheaper house furniture and accessories.
7. St. Francis Square  
     Situated between large malls, including SM Megamall, St. Francis Square isn't fazed by the competition because of its unique offers. It is a hub for good quality but affordable products including apparel, shoes, bags, gadgets and fine jewelry. It became popular among buyers because it offers the cheapest products within its area
8. Riverbanks Mall
     Standing right beside the Marikina River, Riverbanks Mall is a one-story building with a variety of shops. It has several outlet stores of popular apparel brands which are on sale year-round, as well as a number of stores showcasing Marikina-made shoes

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