Sandoval1 Malabon City Mayor Jeannie Sandoval (3rd from right) with Malabon Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. President Benjamin Chua (2nd from right) with Malabon City councilors Leslie Yambao, Nadja Marie Vicencio and Atty. Maricar Torres.

Malabon’s Paskuhan Village back to support local vendors

December 6, 2023 People's Tonight 239 views

SandovalBUILDING on last year’s successful event, Malabon’s Mayor, Jeannie Sandoval, brings back Paskuhan Village to provide local vendors of Malabon the opportunity to showcase their products. The Christmas Bazaar officially opened today with a Ceremonial lighting of the Holiday lanterns adorning the stretch of C4 Road Island in Baranggay Longos.

“Supporting small businesses will continue to be an essential part of Malabon’s recovery program. It will bring more jobs to Malabueños.

When you get to talk to our local vendors, you will understand why it means so much more to buy your gifts from our Paskuhan Village” said Mayor Jeannie

Malabueños can enjoy some early Christmas shopping, and get attentive service from over 20 vendors who joined this year’s Paskuhan Village. Apart from the shopping, visitors on a Saturday night are also sure to get into the Holiday spirit with some fun entertainment, plus the chance to win some exciting raffle prizes this 12th of December from the generous donation of Malabon Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc., Philippine Chinese Chamber of Commerce and industry Inc (PCCCII) E-Commerce Chapter, Philippine Malabon Cultural Institute, and Rotary Club of Malabon East.

Foodies who want to have a head start on their Shopping list will be equally delighted to find 13 vendors with Homemade treats and refreshing drinks available for purchase. And of course, dining in one of Malabon’s famous restaurants is the best way to end an evening in this culinary destination.

Malabon’s Paskuhan Village is free and open to the public from 4:00PM onwards until the 30th of December.