March 9, 2020 Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Taguig Market Accommodates Vendors Removed From Clearing Operations

The Taguig City Government launched its Flea Market Bazaar on March 6, 2020 that accommodates vendors removed from the streets for the city's clearing operations. 

Located at the Employees' Park at the back of Taguig City Hall, the weekend market aims to help boost local economy, tourism, and to help the displaced vendors. Some of the goods sold here are local delicacies, milk tea, Korean food, clothes, and more.

The Flea Market vendors were able to sell their products alongside other small and medium entrepreneurs as well as in the Farmers and Wet Markets in Mercado del Lago and Veterans Road in Western Bicutan. 

Mayor Lino Cayetano said that when the local government started its road clearing operations, among those affected were business owners. Through these weekend markets, the displaced vendors now got a new opportunity to earn. Apart from establishing safety through mobility, Taguig weekend markets will also provide a consistent livelihood for small and medium enterprises.

Moreover, single-use plastic will be prohibited from all sites as part of the city’s plan of going zero waste. They are encouraging the public to bring their own recyclable bags.


  1. This umbrellas looks Great!

  2. Replies
    1. It's dark chocolate milk tea. It taste great and really affordable! I'll try taro next time :)

  3. Oh I love markets like this! Wish I was there. Never heard of dark chocolate pearl tea before, but now I really want to try it.

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