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There’s nothing quite like a festive food market that brings out the Christmas spirit in people. And if you’re a certified adventurous foodie, you would agree that one of the best ways to celebrate the holidays is through food.

Also Read: Where to Eat Alone in Manila this Christmas Season

Without further ado, here are 7 of the best food markets around the Metro that you should visit this Christmas!

Greenhills Night Market

One of the original Christmas night markets we all know and love, the Greenhills Night Market is back with dazzling lights, fun rides, and great food. Catch this San Juan night market until December 31, 2023.

Open from 4pm to 11pm until December 31, 2023

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G Strip Parking lot Greenhills, San Juan

5th Avenue BGC Night Market

Rising in popularity due to social media, the 5th Avenue BGC night market is a must-visit. It is situated on the 5th avenue road, which is closed to cars on weekends. Enjoy great food with great company and cap the night off with their fireworks display.

Open every weekend; morning until late

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5th Avenue Bonifacio Global City

StrEAT Market

Another Taguig night market, the StrEAT Market is open all year round. Located on the other end of BGC at the Venice Canal Mall, this can be an alternative if the 5th Avenue market is too crowded.

From November 17 to December 8 and December 14 to December 30

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McKinley Venice Piazza

Cubao Night Market

Another o.g. on the list, the Cubao Night Market has been through everything from carnival fires to another Gateway Mall. Go here to check out their gigantic Christmas tree and the number of food stalls!

Open daily from evening until late

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Araneta, Cubao

Quezon City Circle

A combination of a carnival and food market, Quezon City Circle has tons of games for the whole family to enjoy, from bumper cars to a haunted house, and more. Of course, they also have a selection of food stalls with cuisines from Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and more!

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Quezon City Memorial Circle

Riverbanks Marikina

Located beside Marikina River, hence its name, Riverbanks is open to the public all year round. It’s a classic carnival pier with rides, food, and prizes for all!

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Mercadillo Intramuros

If Ugbo, Tondo isn’t your thing then maybe exploring the historical walls of Intramuros is. From afternoons to evenings the streets line up with local food stalls that will keep the belly full. They also invite local musical acts to keep the vibes merry!

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Chamber 4 Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines

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