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Divisoria market is not just one building or one block of market. It is compose of may be around 5 malls and blocks of streets. It is actually a whole town of market. Here you can buy anything you want from eco bags to toys...More
I read about this place before going to Manila, and knew that I wanted to visit. My hotel was right next to the new glitzy Mall of Asia, to which the Concierge recommended that I go. When I mentioned that I was interested in seeing...More
A huge shopping district that just keeps getting bigger. I enjoy the street shopping the most but there are indoor malls of shops - with aircon - so that is also a plus. They probably have whatever you are looking for, at great prices. Clothes,...More
This is where the Filipino natives go to shop for everything...CHEAP! If you have never shopped in a super tight Filipino stalls area before, hold on! This is one adventure you might want or might not want to experience!
BOTTOM LINE: Is is worth visiting?...More
So, this has been my place to go for Christmas decorations.....just about anything else you would want. It has both retail and wholesale markets (multiple buildings) as well as street vendors. I have gone alone and with others, mostly have to keep a watch on...More
it is different from the one I left 20 yrs a go, the place is more organized, shopping is a wonderful experienced for my Girls who were Australian born. I will recommend travellets to come and see it for exerience!!
Now I see 6 passenger electric tricycles fare of $.45 for a 3 Km trip.. With some purchases from the flea market, it is cramped. Be more careful when alighting, the small 8 inch by 20 inch rear step can cause a slip. Traveling along...More
Street vendor's prices along Sta Elena St. is much cheaper than in Supermarts. I bought 4 pcs Jap pears for 50 pesos in Sept 2018 Price at supermart is more than double. Wholesale of fruits can be found along Elcano and Sto... More
Street vendor's prices along Sta Elena St. is much cheaper than in Supermarts. I bought 4 pcs Jap pears for 50 pesos in Sept 2018 Price at supermart is more than double. Wholesale of fruits can be found along Elcano and Sto Cristo. However open only Mon-Sat.
Mall hours usually until 6pm. This is because from 7pm to the break of dawn, Divisoria streets are lined generally with vegetable trucks from the North. It is lovely to note this whole new nighttime community of... More
Mall hours usually until 6pm. This is because from 7pm to the break of dawn, Divisoria streets are lined generally with vegetable trucks from the North. It is lovely to note this whole new nighttime community of vegetable merchants cleaning the loads of produce along the streets that were teaming with an assortment of bargain goods during daytime. Note: You can enjoy the night market at Tutuban usually till 2am; lots of bargain items and food stalls and music, especially come Christmas season. From my end, the hardy folks of Divisoria are all about trade and commerce.