Here is the Dangwa Flower Price list for this year. You will also know in this post the many ways to get to Dangwa by public transportation.
My wife requested me to accompany her going to Dangwa many days ago. She have to canvass for the price of particular flower arrangements and the ordering lead time. She needed the details for their activity at her workplace. We chose to go to Dangwa because there are lots of flower shops to choose from and prices are very low for the reason that competition with other stores is very high. You can even bring down the price if you have some bargaining skills or if you will buy in bulk.
The Dangwa flower market occupies roughly the stretch of Dos Castillas street. The landmark that you are already very near the flower market is this establishment with a huge signboard “Manila Flower Centre.” It is beside the Hospital of the Infant Jesus Adult and Children. These two buildings are along Laong Laan Road corner Dos Castillas Street. On the opposite end of the flower market, the landmark that you need to look for is the Dangwa Bus Terminal.
In Dangwa you can buy tulips, sunflower, peonies, dried flowers, ferns, and ready made bouquets, I have here some pictures of flowers and their respective prices. We got the details from our Dangwa market visit.
Dangwa Flowers Photos and Price List
These bouquets of flowers cost around PHP 350 to Php 450 per piece. The price may have changed already but at least you got an idea. The center table flowers that you see here range from Php 300 to Php 400 per piece. These two sets of flowers with a stand cost around Php1500 to Php 2000 per piece. Since it is huge and would take a while to prepare, the ordering lead time is at least 1 day.
This boutonnière or in layman’s term, flower for tuxedo cost around Php 25 to Php 40 per piece. Dangwa flower market is a very popular destination for Metro Manila residents. The primary reason is that you can purchase affordable and fresh flowers there for whatever occasion you will use it.
The market is located at Dimasalang Road in Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. Here are some of the ways on how you can get to Dangwa.
How to Go to Dangwa by Commute
From SM North by LRT 1
The fastest and simplest way (that I know) is to board the LRT 1 train in Roosevelt Station bound for Baclaran via Monumento. Get off at Tayuman LRT station.
Afterward, walk towards SM San Lazaro until you reach Felix Huertas Road. Along the road at the side of Metrobank ride jeep bound to Lardizabal. Tell the driver to drop you off at Dangwa.
From Quiapo or Taft Avenue
Ride Jeep with signboard Dapitan-UST then ask the driver to drop you off at Dangwa.
From Buendia, Baclaran, or Pasay
The fastest way is ride LRT 1 in Buendia or Baclaran bound to Monumento station. Alight at Tayuman LRT station. From there walk towards SM San Lazaro until you reach Felix Huertas Road. At the latter ride jeep bound to Lardizabal then tell the driver that you will alight at Dangwa.
From Cubao Quezon City via E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue
Ride jeep bound for Quiapo via España Boulevard. Alight at BPI bank in Lacson corner España Blvd.
Beside BPI along Lacson Avenue ride jeep with signboard Tayuman LRT. Alight at Mercury Drugstore located at the corner of Laong Laan Road and Lacson Avenue. From there walk towards Hospital of the Infant Jesus. Next to it is the Manila Flower Center which is within Dangwa flower market.
Alternatively, when you ride jeep bound for Quiapo via España boulevard, you can also alight at M. Dela Fuente Street. Along the latter, ride jeep bound to Tayuman. Tell the driver to drop you off at Dangwa.