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Silahis Arts & Artifacts, Manila

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  • A country-ish décor fills are lined with bamboo, wood, rattan furniture, kitchen utensils and cloth. Trendy crafts using natural products were cheap.
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  • This multi-story store had it all: the largest collection of Filipino basketry I ever saw as well as every other variety of craft made in the Philippines. I was especially impressed by their collectio...  more »
  • The place is dusty but wonders are hiding in the corners. You have a general vision of the Filipino handicraft on 4 floor that complements the Museum of Manila. Besides you do a good deed because you finance a NGO
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  • Little known gem in Intramuros where you can get some high quality hand-made Filipino products. From native basketry to local furniture, Silahis has it all for you. Think of it as a native crafts emporium with three floors of art, artifacts, and everything else in between. You can get something for as cheap as a couple of hundred pesos, to rare vintage maps worth tens of thousands. A must visit for someone looking to shop for something a little bit more special.
  • Manila's great gift shop. Intra-EMU on the way too hot and accidentally entered Los coming from the shop. One time I bought all the necessary souvenir here exploring. First, quality is very good. The price is a conscientious objector. Filipino staff and what is more, there is no need to bargain the price of jeongcalje La. After stopping by the other shop is here. Perhaps this is seemed to be to Dasa.
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