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All About Sulit Tiangges in the Philippines

Published: July 2, 2021. Last updated: June 20, 2022

Written by: Sean Martin D. Plantado | Reviewed by: Rafael Hular

Key takeaways:

  • Tiangge is the cultural bazaar of the Philippines for thrifty shoppers.
  • A Sulit Tiangges in the Philippines has stalls selling a wide range of inexpensive items.
  • In this article, we’ve provided the most detailed list of Sulit Tiangges.
  • If you don’t have money for shopping, you can get a loan from Digido.

Online shopping may be all the rage right now, but nothing beats the sheer exhilaration of going to a tiangge for quality goods at low prices. For some shoppers, it is still better to personally see and inspect a product before buying it, no matter how cheap it retails online.

What is a tiangge and what can you buy from a tiangge?

A tiangge consists of a large number of stalls which sell clothes, shoes, toys, home items, decorations, fresh meat and produce, and other goods at low prices. It is the perfect place for thrift shoppers looking for cheap alternatives to high-end goods.

Retailers are also welcome – vendors will be more than happy to sell you bulk items on a bargain!

A tiangge can be open-air, air-conditioned or a mix of both! It will always be filled with shoppers no matter the distance, particularly during the summer months and holiday season.

In tiangges, haggling is the norm and you can get more deals if you know how to negotiate your price! You can never do that in malls or online shopping apps.

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Taytay tiangge: the go-to for the latest ‘fits

If you want to keep up with the latest fashion trends, Taytay is your friend!

The tiangges in Taytay, Rizal has become popular among thrift shoppers due to its numerous tiangges which sell high-quality garments at low prices, particularly the Taytay Mega Tiangge and Taytay Capital Tiangge where you can buy shirts, blouses, pants, shorts, skirts and more in various styles and sizes!

But Taytay is not only for the fashionista. You can also score budget-friendly bed sheets, towels, and other novelty items! Perfect if you’re looking for a last-minute birthday gift or giving your home a new look.

Just like in other tiangges, you can save more if you buy in bulk or haggle for a greater deal!

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Taytay tiangge online

There is also Taytay tiangge online if you’re not yet willing to brave through the crowds! Go to taytaytiangge.ph and shop for your clothes online from your favorite Taytay vendors at the same low prices! You can also search “Taytay Tiangge Online” on Facebook.

Taytay tiangge price list

Clothing Price range
Ladies’ clothing (blouses, shorts, pants, skirts, etc.) Php 35.00 to Php 400.00
Men’s clothing (shirts, shorts, pants, etc.) Php 35.00 to Php 400.00
Kids’ clothing (shirts, shorts, etc.) Php 20.00 to Php 200.00

Taytay tiangge address and location

This cluster of tiangges is located in Taytay, Rizal. You can check out different trendy clothing and styles in Bagpi Garment Center, All Star Tiangge, EMF Tiangge, Freedom Bazaar, Masuerte 4JC Tiangge, IGPAI Garments Center, MySeoul Tiangge, Octagon Fashion Strip, Parkway Eugene Tiangge, Taytay Mega Tiangge, Tiangge ng Taytayenos, and Tiangge ni Manang Biday.

These tiangges are located close to one another, so you won’t have a hard time finding your way.

Here is a Taytay tiangge map so you will not have a hard time finding your way there.

FAQ

  • What is the best day to go to Taytay Tiangge?
    It is recommended to be there on a Monday and/or Thursday, when new products arrive.
  • What is Tiangge in the Philippines?
    Tiangge is a Filipino term for flea market, bazaar, or just a market in general.
  • How do I get from Manila to Taytay Tiangge?
    From any LRT-2 station: Take the train and get off at Santolan station. Ride a jeep to Angono and get off at Taytay Bagong Palengke.

Taytay tiangge schedule 2022

Tiangges in Taytay differ in operating hours and days, but they are generally open from 7am to 5pm. Most of them are closed on Wednesdays.

If you want to buy new stock, better plan your visits on a Monday or a Thursday.

Here is a table showing the schedule of some Taytay tiangge stalls:

Bagpi TMT My Seoul IGPAI CME
Monday 10am-5pm 8am-5pm 10am-5pm 7am-5pm 8am-5pm
Tuesday CLOSED 8am-5pm CLOSED CLOSED 8am-5pm
Wednesday CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
Thursday 10am-5pm 8am-5pm 10am-5pm 7am-5pm 8am-5pm
Friday CLOSED 8am-5pm CLOSED CLOSED 8am-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm 8am-5pm 10am-5pm 7am-5pm 8am-5pm
Sunday CLOSED 8am-5pm CLOSED 7am-5pm 8am-5pm

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How to go to Taytay tiangge

If you’re coming from Alabang, you can take a jeep or UV Express going to Taytay, Angono, or Binangonan. Your drop-off point would be Club Manila East where you can ride the RRCG or G-Liner bus with a Taytay route.

If you’re coming from EDSA Crossing or Greenfields District in Mandaluyong, head to Starmall Shaw Boulevard for a UV terminal and jeep going to Taytay.

If you are coming from Robinsons Galleria, ride a G-Liner or RRCG bus going to Taytay. You can take the same bus if you are coming from Quiapo or SM Sta. Mesa. You can also ride the Santolan LRT2 going to Sta Lucia – Robinsons then take a jeep going to Taytay, Angono, or Binangonan.

If you are coming from Megamall, take an Antipolo UV Express then a jeep or bus heading to Tikling.

Other tiangges for budget shoppers

Divisoria

Conveniently located in Manila, Divisoria boasts of numerous malls, tiangges and stalls which sell various wholesale and retail goods at ultra-low prices, with clothes, bags, shoes, accessories, school supplies, home items, and toys being the most widespread.

You can also buy fresh meat and produce, especially if you arrive early in the morning! And if you’re looking to sew your own clothes or linen, you can find stalls selling quality fabric in different designs!

Divisoria schedule in 2022
Divisoria Mall is open Monday to Sunday from 8am to 6pm, while 168 Mall is open from 9am to 6pm every Monday to Thursday and 9am to 7pm every Friday to Sunday.

How to go to Divisoria
If you’re coming from Cubao, you can ride the LRT2 line bound for Recto then ride a jeepney going to Divisoria. If you’re coming from southern Metro Manila, you can go to SM Mall of Asia or Taft Avenue to catch a jeepney bound for Divisoria.

If you’re from Pasig or Mandaluyong, ride the MRT line going to Taft Avenue station. Then, transfer to the LRT1 EDSA station and ride the train going to Monumento. Alight at Doroteo Jose station and ride a jeep going to Divisoria.

From Monumento, take the LRT1 train to Taft and alight at Doroteo Jose station, then walk towards CM Recto Avenue and you can ride a jeep to Divisoria.

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Baclaran Market

Just like in other tiangges elsewhere, stalls in Baclaran sell high-quality goods at affordable prices. Haggling is the norm here, so don’t be shy to ask vendors if they can still lower their prices or give you more items for less.

Baclaran is also famous for its restaurants where you can pick your preferred seafood and have it cooked on-site.

Baclaran Market schedule

You can go to Baclaran anytime, but it gets busy every Sunday due to the Baclaran Church. Stalls are located near the Baclaran Church so you can do your shopping before and after mass.

Baclaran Market location
The Baclaran Market is located along Roxas Boulevard in Paranaque City. It is open Monday to Saturday from 6am to 12pm. The Baclaran Market is closed on Sundays.

Quiapo Market

Quiapo’s streets are full of stalls and vendors selling cheap goods, especially around the Quiapo Church where you can buy religious items and herbal medicines. Fresh produce like fruits and vegetables is also available here every day!

Quiapo is also famous for affordable electronics available at Raon Shopping Center and for cheap but durable prescription glasses available at numerous shops there.

Quiapo Market schedule
Quiapo is usually busy during the weekends, particularly on Sundays.

Quiapo Market location
The “main” Quiapo market, also known as Quinta Market, is located at Carlos Palanca Street in Quiapo, Manila.

You can find more clusters of vendors and makeshift stalls surrounding the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, also in Quiapo.

Greenhills Shopping Center

The air-conditioned Greenhills Shopping Center is also a popular destination for thrift shoppers looking for affordable clothes, shoes, bags, toys, collectible items, and restaurants.

If you’re looking for cheap brand-new or second-hand gadgets, then Greenhills is your friend! Service technicians will also be happy to repair your gadgets without breaking the bank.

Greenhills schedule
It is open from 10am to 6pm.

Greenhills location
Greenhills Shopping Center is located at 1502 Ortigas Avenue in San Juan City.

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Makati Square

You can still shop for cheap in Makati City! At Makati Cinema Square located in Chino Roces Avenue, you will find affordable clothes, bags, shoes and other novelty items.

Second-hand and antique shops there also sell vintage clothing, antique furniture, gadgets, art supplies, watches, musical instruments, second-hand books, and old issues of print magazines! Perfect if you’re a hobbyist or looking to build a collection but don’t want to shell out lots of money!

Makati Square schedule
It is open from 9am to 5pm.

Makati Square location
Makati Square is located at Chino Roces Avenue, Legazpi Village, Makati City.

Marikina

Famously known as the shoe capital of the Philippines, you can take advantage of Marikina’s already-established shoemaking industry if you’re looking for durable, affordable and locally-made footwear!

Trust us when we say that shoes from Marikina are comparable to imported footwear in terms of quality!

Marikina is also famous for its Riverbanks Center where you can shop for discounted clothing, accessories, bags, home items, shoes, toys, and other items.

Marikina Riverbanks Center location
The Marikina Riverbanks Center is located at 1800 Riverbanks Avenue, Marikina City. It is open from 10am to 10pm.

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Market! Market!

Located in BGC, Market! Market! combines the comfort of a shopping mall with the cost-effectiveness of a tiangge. Market! Market! has two floors dedicated to only affordable ready-to-wear clothing and accessories.

You can visit the Techno Hub located on the mall’s fourth floor for all of your gadget needs! You can also find stalls outside the main mall offering a wide array of delicious treats and delicacies from different Philippine provinces.

Market! Market! schedule
Market! Market is open from 10am to 9pm.

Market! Market! location
Market! Market is located at McKinley Parkway in Taguig City.

Dapitan Tiangge

Been wanting to renovate your home? Dapitan is the main go-to if you’re looking for bargain furniture! The Dapitan Arcade offers quality home decors, kitchenware, dining ware, wood furnishings, ceramic vases, planters, and a lot more!

Dapitan also gets busy during the holidays in particular due to tiangges selling cheap Christmas decorations, trees, miniature Christmas villages, Santa Claus statues, music boxes, and many more.

Dapitan Tiangge schedule

It is open from 9am to 7pm every Mondays to Fridays, and from 8am to 8pm on weekends.

Dapitan Tiangge location

Dapitan Arcade is located at 37 Dapitan corner Kanlaon Street, Quezon City. It is located near Espana Boulevard in Manila and Quezon Avenue in Quezon City, so it is easily accessible by bus, jeep, or UV Express.

Salcedo Saturday Market

One of the most well-known weekend markets in the Philippines is the Salcedo Market, which opens from 7am to 2pm.

Shoppers will appreciate the abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables, and lots of other produce and organic food products at affordable prices! You will also never go hungry as stalls there offer food items from various cuisines around the world, such as Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese, Mexican and Turkish.

And there you have it! A quick, all-encompassing guide on where the sulit tiangges in the Metro are and what you can buy from them. Where would you most likely shop, and what items are on the top of your shopping list?

Salcedo Saturday Market location
It is located at Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Salcedo Village, Makati City.

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Sean Martin Plantado is the head of Customer Care Dept. and Online Sales Dept. of Digido Finance Corp. creating articles, blogs, and other learning mediums that helps Filipinos struggling on their financial literacy. Sean also loves Cycling, Photography, Cinematography, Online gaming, Fine Arts, and dreams of becoming a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

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Rafael “Raffy” L. Hular is, the Finance and Accounting Manager. of Digido Finance Corp., monitoring and controlling the flow of cash that comes in and out of the company to meet the company’s business needs, preparing the financial reports and analysis of income and expenses, and monitoring tax compliance.  Raffy loves reading Japanese comics called manga and watching Japanese animated cartoon series. He dreams of establishing his own Accounting and Auditing Firm and teaching in a University.