Baguio City Market is huge market along the Magsaysagy (pronounced as "Mak-sai-sai") Avenue or road. It is one of the busiest place, especially in the morning - full of people and vehicles. The frontage of the market is lined with various stalls selling all sorts of wares and goods : sundries of rice, grains, dried foodstuffs, tailor shops, fruit stalls, snacks, key makers etc.. Go through one of the lanes into the market, you will find that the inside of the compound is even more interesting - it's again lines with stalls selling mostly wet stuffs : meat, fish and vegetables. You can get almost anything in the Baguio City Market.
See what's being sold in the Baguio City Market - more photos attached.
The city market is a very large market that has a bunch of everything. If you enter from the main drag (off of Session Road), you enter the more touristy part. They sell tshirts, wooden carved bowls and things, toy jeepneys, food items (very popular -strawberry jam, cookies, chocolate covered cereal, etc), simple textiles, silver and other items. If you go further, you will hit the wet market (fruit, vegetables, meat). If you aren't in the mood to shop, it's a great place to do some local people watching and see what they are up to. The mazelike market is around 3 square kms. We didn't buy much, just a toy jeepney and some fruit.
The Baguio City Market in Magsaysay Avenue is a good place to start for souvenir hunting. Its stalls are filled with all kinds of ethnic products and bottled delicacies. Adjacent to it is the Maharlika Livelihood Center where there is a good selection of dry goods and woodcarvings.