Food & Places

A Shopping Guide to Taytay Tiangge

Christmas season is fast approaching and if you haven’t done your Christmas shopping yet, head over to Taytay Tiangge. Whether it’s for you, or for a gift, you will surely find something for everyone at a very affordable price!

Taytay, Rizal is known as the Garments Capital of the Philippines. You will find clothes that are half the price of those being sold in Divisoria and Greenhills, most of it are also designed by locals. I heard that many online sellers buy their merchandise here.

Taytay Tiangge

Eugene's Tiangge

Last Sunday, I, together with my mom and my sisters, headed to Taytay Tiangge. It is not hard to find. It’s located near the New Taytay Public Market. You can’t miss it because it’s a huge patch of land with a lot of stalls. The place is also less crowded than Divisoria.

We found some great quality clothes at a very cheap price! You can buy a lot for a budget of Php1,000. There are pillowcases at Php35 and tops for as low as Php35. Overruns and denims are at Php250-350.  I found kids’ pambahay for as low as Php20, and cute tutu dresses for  little girls at only Php 50. What a steal!

Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Cute tutu dresses at Php 50, bigger sizes are at Php 90
Tops at Php 25-100
Tops at Php 25-100
Blouse Php100, Taytay Tiangge
Blouse Php100
Cute tees at only Php65, Taytay Tiangge
Cute tees at only Php65
Pants
Pants at Php250-350
Overrun denim jackets
Overrun Denim jackets for Php350
Doll shoes at Taytay Tiangge
Doll shoes at Php160

Doll shoes

Shoes
Shoes at Php 150

Kids dresses Kids dresses

Different stalls at Taytay Tiangge Different stalls at Taytay Tiangge Different stalls

Tips for Shopping at Taytay Tiangge:

  1. Wear sensible shoes and comfortable clothes. You’ll be walking a lot! The place is enormous, some are cemented, some have gravel. You might spend 2-3 hours shopping.
  2. Bring water and refreshments. Unlike in malls, Taytay Tiangge is not airconditioned.
  3. Have a list of things that you will buy. There’s a lot of stalls and garments to choose from, you might get overwhelmed and forget what you need to buy.
  4. Bring your own shopping/eco bag. (Bring a huge one!)
  5. Bring a friend so you can save further on prices. Wholesale starts at only 3 pieces.
  6. Bring enough cash with you. You have to cross the highway to get to the nearest ATM.
  7. Try the night market. I heard that the night market have cheaper prices. One storekeeper said that there’s a Php2o price difference.
  8. Be careful with your belongings, be alert and always make sure to count your change.

Schedule:

  •  BAGPI – Monday: 8 pm until Tuesday 2 pm
    Wednesday: 5 pm to 12:00 midnight
    Thursday: 8 pm until Friday 2 pm
    Saturday: 5 am to 2 pm
  •  MYSEOUL – Tuesday and Friday: 12 am to 6 pm
    Sunday, Thursday and Saturday : 6 am to 6 pm
  • FREEDOM TIANGGE – Monday-Sunday: 8 am to 5 pm
  • TAYTAY MUNICIPAL TIANGGE (formerly known as Mayora’s Tiangge) –   Monday: 8 pm until Tuesday 2 pm, Thursday 9 pm to Friday 10 am
  • PARKWAY/EUGENE TIANGGE – Tuesday-Sunday: 8 am to 5 pm.

FAQs

Happy Shopping!

 

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2 thoughts on “A Shopping Guide to Taytay Tiangge

    1. Yes. Some stalls close early when they are sold out. But there are still a lot of stores that you can choose from, the tiangge is huge! We were shopping for two hours and we didn’t even get to see all of the stores ’cause we got tired.

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