On top of our list is the most popular ukay-ukay
spot in the city: the Baguio Night Market. It is one of the best places to visit in Baguio
at night as it opens at 9:00 PM along Harrison Road, which is right after the main traffic intersection near Maharlika. One side of the road is closed to traffic, and vendors set up their wares as soon as the road is closed. More than a hundred vendors set up here, stretching as far as Baguio Patriotic High School
You can buy practically anything here, from secondhand clothes such as jackets, to shoes and bags and other accessories. Some t-shirts and blouses can go as low as PhP10 per piece. One good thing about the night market is the street food section which can be found near Igorot Park and across TiongSan. If you get hungry after shopping, you know where to go.
August 2020 Update: Due to quarantine measures in place, the Baguio Night Market has been temporarily suspended. Please check the Facebook page of Baguio City’s Public Information Office for a more up-to-date status of the market.