Bayong ni Kikay

Just got back from the SSIS Bazaar (more on that later) and would just like to share a good find being sold by our fellow kababayans (Filipinos), Bayong ni Kikay.

They’re selling sturdy bayongs (weaved bags) with a “kikay” (dainty) twist.

Their products all look terrific that I had a hard time choosing just one!

I got this seaweed green (I think) with silver and black accent.

Imagine choosing just one from this:

and this:

Meet the enterprising duo Joy Tarrobal and Phen Dizon.

If I see them again in the Saigon Flea Market on the 11th, I might just fold and get another bag!

Bayong ni Kikay
Phen Dizon 0123 5677 710
Joy tarrobal 091 7105 968

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6 Responses to Bayong ni Kikay

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  2. neri subido says:

    i think we have better made bayongs! we call it sosi bayongs ! please view our page Stylized Bayong Bags

    • Lyra says:

      Hi Neri. Thanks for your comment. Is this your business: << Stylized Bayong Bags? You have terrific designs.

      Phen and Joy's Bayong ni Kikay designs are different and more true to the bayong form and are available in Ho Chi Minh City.

      God bless on your business in Manila.

      • neri subido says:

        yes its our business!!! We regularly sell at Centris Fleamarket located at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, QC every Sunday! Our bayongs are sourced from Quezon and are made of indigenous materials. to make it more fashionable we stylized it to cater to fashionistas or bagaholics! Our bags are really selling like hotcakes and there are copycats already!!! We would like to say that with the highest quality and the unique designs/color coordination we have sustained our good sales!

  3. marivic santos says:

    Hi good afternoon.. I really wanted to purchase stylish bayong bags exactly like your product.Please advice me where can I purchase…

    • Lyra says:

      Hi Marivic. Are you in Ho Chi Minh City? If yes, I haven’t seen these designs in a while. It has been a long time. I do find something similar at tourist shops along Dong Khoi. Hope this helps!

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