The many ways to liven up your week­end right around San An­to­nio Vil­lage

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Cre­ate your kind of fun at the end of the work­week while stay­ing close to home


The Sal­cedo Satur­day Mar­ket and the Legazpi Sun­day Mar­ket are two of the best rea­sons to get up early on week­ends, of­fer­ing im­pres­sive selections of home-cooked lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional cuisines, a wide va­ri­ety of fresh or­ganic pro­duce, plants, and ev­ery­thing from per­sonal care prod­ucts to quirky finds. Two sta­ples in the city’s week­end itin­er­ary, th­ese mar­kets draw a crowd of loyal fol­low­ers and cu­ri­ous vis­i­tors who look for a re­lax­ing shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence out­side the crowded malls.

Tip: It’s best to drop by the week­end mar­kets early in the morn­ing, be­tween 7 to 9 am, if you want to find the fresh­est pro­duce and most in-de­mand food prod­ucts.

Sal­cedo Satur­day Mar­ket. Jaime C. Ve­lasquez Park, Sal­cedo Vil­lage, Makati. Open from 7 am to 2 pm. Legazpi Sun­day Mar­ket. Legazpi cor­ner Rufino Sts., Legazpi Vil­lage, Makati. Open from 7 am to 2 pm.

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