Tiyangge shopping is probably one of the activities many of us miss doing during these “ber” months. In the past years, a popular stop was the Dapitan market in Dapitan corner Kanlaon Street in Quezon City, a destination for budget-friendly Christmas decor.
Good thing an online version was launched a few months back. Called https://dapitanarcade.com it is packed with home accessories and furnishings we expect to find in the physical bazaar—from lamps to lanterns, plates to planters, and a cornucopia of Christmas ornaments—which are sold by local small-to-medium scale entrepreneurs.
The best part is you don’t need to worry about bringing home your haul— it can be delivered right to your doorstep. All you need to do is add to cart, check out, and pay for the items via VISA, Mastercard or PayPal.
For now, they only cater to Metro Manila, Rizal, Marikina and Cavite deliveries. For Metro Manila residents, there is a flat-rate shipping fee of P200. Below are some stuff we pre-picked for you.
Belen set (2 feet)
Available in red, white, gold and green
P250 for a pack with 10pcs
Ferris Wheel display
P1,200 to P2,100
P700 for 50 pcs
Christmas tree (7ft)
P4,000 to P5,000
Native reindeer decoration (5 ft)
Rectangular hanging lamps
Lighted angel (1 foot)
Includes 6pcs place mat, 6 pcs napkin, 6 pcs coaster, 6 pcs utensil holder/shell
P550.00 to P900
Color Glass Bottles
P80 to P120
Set of 3
For those who wish to shop in Dapitan market's physical stores in Quezon City, they are also open for business.
Photos from Dapitan Arcade's website