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Divisoria Market, Manila

(3.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Strike a bargain at Divisoria Market. Find anything you need at a low price at the heart of the city's shopping district. The commercial center offers a wide range of goods so you can buy in bulk anything from toys and clothing to music and household appliances. Experience the busy market life of local tradesman and bargain for the price you want. Because of the size of the shopping area, it is best to bring a map or partner up with a local guide to cover a wider area. Divisoria Market is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Manila Edition.
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  • When we told the hotel that we wanted to go to Divisoria they tried to tell us that the place was not safe and we maybe should do something else. The cab driver also said it was not safe but off we we...  more »
  • For the anoppers who are wise in their ahopping spree never fails to visit Divisoria. Malls offering bargain sales proliferate in this area plus the aidewalk vendors shopping is most famous by many sh...  more »
  • When in the Philippines, I always leave last 2 days near Divisoria market, so I can do a lot of shopping, before I head back to my country. This market is one of the lowest prices I ever experienced, ...  more »
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  • A lot of stuffs to purchase.. Hihi pede na mag haul 😉👍
  • Mura ang bilihin
  • Lots of people lots of shops. You can find anything here but make sure you bargain. The streets are so crowded with people and the roads cramped with vendors not to mention you're also sharing with moving vehicles. The place is a hive of activity, you could just watch the locals in action.
  • I regularly come here to buy my fabric and other sewing supplies.
  • Napa ka mura