Legazpi Market is held every Sunday along Legazpi and Rufino streets in Legazpi Village. Like every weekend market in Manila, it is a delightful gathering of concessionaires that offer everything you could hope to find in a marketplace. They sell handicrafts like wooden houseware, handmade accessories, as well as straw bags and slippers. You will also find fresh fruits and vegetables, prepped meals, local and international cuisine, potted plants, and lots of organic produce and healthy foodstuff.
Legazpi Market Highlights
Legazpi Market sees a lot of foreign shoppers perhaps because of its farmer's market concept. Vegan dining options in this country are extremely lacking, but this market does offers a wide range of organic vegetables and homemade fruit juices. They also have a wet goods section where you can buy fresh seafood, as well as stalls offering clothes, preserves, paintings, home decors, and more. Foodies will also enjoy the diverse prepared cuisine on offer. You can partake of grilled seafood and meat, popular local delicacies and Filipino street food such as skewered pig and chicken innards. Legazpi Market also has a good representation of international fare that includes Thai, Malaysian, Indian, Mexican, Japanese, and Moroccan dishes. We also spotted some stalls serving halal food. Overall, the atmosphere is vibrant and relaxed. Don't forget to bring eco bags and dress comfortably as it can be humid, especially during summer.
Legazpi Sunday Market
- Opening Hours: On Sundays, from 07:30 – 14:00
- Location: On Legazpi Street, opposite Union Church of Manila in Makati District