For vintage and antique items, the Filipino antique market is the best place in the city to find them. The Night Bazaar is also one of the largest indoor markets where you will find all types of foodstuffs and specialty items. Visits to the Manila Food and Deli are also a must do if you are looking for authentic Filipino foods. These food stores sell Filipino traditional foods as well as international foodstuffs. You can also buy souvenirs such as jewelry, clothes, handbags, shoes, and other items used in making traditional Filipino home cooking.
If shopping is not your thing, but you still want to try some local flavors, then the Night Bazaar is the place for you. Here you will find all kinds of street food such as roasted and boiled pigs and a goat, roasted chicken, street vendor sellers, street food vendors, bargain hunters from the tourists, and the residents of Manila itself.
Apart from these there are also food vendors in the area including Chinese food vendors and other street vendors selling snacks, noodles, and other delicacies. There are vendors selling fruits, vegetables, crafts, and souvenirs at most of the open markets in Manila. The most popular vendors among the visitors to Manila are those who sell food at bargain prices. They use items such as fruits, vegetables, fruits, and leaves from trees and other plants.
To end, it is up to you to decide which best open markets in Manila you would like to visit and explore. You may choose a location depending on the things that interest you. You can have an all-night getaway at the Ayala Alabang if you are a rock fan. Or you may prefer an afternoon stop at Marlborough Street while you are on your way to Legaspi to see the hanging barges and enjoy some tea.