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Binondo, Manila

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Stroll through the streets of Binondo-- the world’s oldest Chinatown offering delicacies mixing Filipino and Chinese cuisine. Bars and restaurants decorate every corner but you can also find trinket shops selling various souvenirs. Architecture lovers will enjoy the many buildings in different styles, the most popular attraction being the Binondo Church. The structure stands out with its grey and red facade, making it hard to miss. A walk inside will provide an art-filled tour, with wall and ceiling decorations any other church can envy. To visit Binondo and other attractions in Manila, use our Manila itinerary planner.
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  • It seems reasonable this Chinatown, that had a lot of Chinese immigrants from the Philippines will be colonized by Spain earlier in history. Taxi in about 15 minutes from the Inn near Rizal Park, had Dim sum at lunch. Signs written in kanji, drug shops, restaurant, dry stores world is very hot, on the other hand, seemed one into the back alley and somewhat bothers people around the eyes.
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  • a small Chinese kvartal′čik stands out clearly from the architecture of the Philippines, there are shops and flags of China
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  • Cool shopping spots, exotic food trip to the hearts desire, history, chinese culture, chinese temples and tradition 
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