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if you are craving for authentic cheap Chinese cuisines, Binondo is a must-go place for it. Have your map ready to spot different stalls with distinct food offerings. We did diy Binondo food walking tour with a short visit to Binondo church.
The oldest chinatown in the world and shaped like a dragon.
Must visit within binondo area are :
-chinese federation center and other association centers.
-Eng been tin , holland and polland delicasies for hopia .
-BEE tin grocery for dried tapa, peanuts...More
Apparently, the world's first Chinatown, set-up since the late 1500s. Take a slow walk around, and be mesmerized and intrigued by the sights and sounds you see at Binondo. Also, try the food there, which has an interesting mix of Chinese and Pinoy cooking. The...More
Come early for good parking space and to avoid the traffic. It's where you'll find the nearby 168, 888 and 999 shopping plazas. Unless you have a list to complete, you'll need a day to see everything in it. If you're by yourself and intend...More
While the diplomatic relationship between the Philippines and China has recently turned sour due to disputes over ownership of some islands in the West Philippine / South China Sea, the Minor Basilica of San Lorenzo Ruiz (better known as the Binondo Church) in one of...More
This is mainly a dirty district with Chinese roots, narrow streets, and a bustling commerce that seems to make a living, but how, one doesn't know. Few shops are open to the public here, and the general aspect is dark, dirty and possibly unsafe for...More
Honestly went here for just for the food. My friend invited me for a food crawl thru the iconic restaurants out here and I was not disappointed. Note though to have patience- it took us TWO HOURS from Taguig to get here and get a...More