Touted as the biggest bazaar in Metro Manila with 5,000 square meters in space and 600 stalls for products display, the Grand Taytay Bazaar is definitely a shoppers haven.
Located right beside SM Taytay, the Grand Taytay Bazaar (Manila East Road) will showcase an array goods from clothing and other garments, curtains, toys, bags, shoes, decors, furniture, woodworks, trinkets and food among others at reasonable prices.
Also on display are the best of Taytay products.
With 600 stalls of products, everyone will have enough to choose from. It also has a corner where shoppers can lounge in and a first aid unit for emergencies.
Nicky Andres, managing director of the Grand Taytay Bazaar says that he wants shopping at the Grand Taytay Bazaar to be a pleasurable experience. "We have lots of shops.
We have lots of products. Ang gusto ko nandiyan na lahat pag nag shopping sila. At comfortable sila pag nag shopping."
Nicky who is a native of Taytay continues, "We want the Grand Taytay Bazaar to be a showcase of what we have and what we can do. As a community, Taytay is progressive. Taytay is still a laid-back municipality but it has the feel of a city."
Taytay is close to Cainta, Pasig and Taguig City and is accessible from various points from Metro Manila. It is considered as the "Woodworks and Garments Capital of the Philippines." Taytay is ranked as the 10th Most Competitive Municipality in the 2014 Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index.
The grand launch will have as special guest the Honorable Mayor of Taytay, Janet De Leon Mercado to cut the ceremonial ribbon assisted by her staff. A parade featuring dancers, drums and bugle will happen before the big event.
Mariel Rodriguez will host the launch.
The Grand Taytay Bazaar with Evith Marie as general manager, is designed by Architect Mila I. Martinez and AEB Builders headed by Antonio E. Bulanos for the structural design with Arch. Alfonzo DLR. Cruz structural designer also from AEB Builders.
More more information, please call: (0906) 356 4998 and 0920) 131 7507 ask Glennie of Grand Taytay Bazaar.