Baclaran Market, Paranaque

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  • Here a lot of food and drink is cheap and delicious, ... The street itself and the price of its kaos2 any cheap-cheap. I got a haircut here only 50 pesos
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  • I went to 2:00 PM. Cousy told is dangerous and a spare, so I went in out of interest. Markets are markets in Asia like. Not even particularly buy about 2 hours walking around, heat is tough. I went at night was by word of mouth and the risk that other people have. Or obtuse I felt less risk. But Filipino with fiery eyes, dark and I would hang out or you may be dangerous. Anyone who's interested is the place go.
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  • Bought a few dresses here for 50 pesos at the night Market, cheap but comfortable summer dresses. The street food is great too though I only love to buy the green mango on the cart. Be careful with yo...  more »
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  • If you are looking for cheap goods, this will be one of the places in Manila where you can find some of the greatest deals in the city. Lots of cheap clothing, electronics, as well as fresh food markets. Only downside of this place is that it's usually crowded and can be a bit unsafe to travel at night. Use your common sense, dress down, and don't flash your money, and you shouldn't have any problems here. I lived next to this location for about 6 months and I never had any issues. Just a lot of smiling faces, kind people and fantastic deals.
  • The National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help is the hub of the Baclaran market district, which feels just like Quiapo, only larger and even more congested. To get there on Roxas Boulevard, go to the sidewalk in front of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. There, you can catch an F/X, which is essentially an air-conditioned SUV modified for public transportation use. It is about a 5-minute F/X ride to Baclaran, located just inside Pasay's southern border with Parañaque, two of the 17 boroughs in the National Capital Region. When the F/X driver lets you off at the Baclaran stop, you will have to take the pedestrian overpass to cross over to the market on the other side of Roxas. When you first go up the steps of the overpass, if you look west towards the Bay, you used to be able to see an Islamic mosque, its modest golden dome shining in the intense midday sun crowned with a crescent moon, and a tent city surrounding it of what I would guess were the poor. If you were in the market area at noontime, you would hear the midday prayers being announced in Arabic over the mosque’s public address system, faintly soaring above the clamor of Baclaran...
  • This place is good to go shopping because of cheapest prices . You can also visit at the baclaran church and see how wonder it is.
  • Went here cor lydias lechon retaurant, great alternative to the small lydias counters in malls, you can dine more comforrably and the crowd is much smaller
  • why go divisoria, if you can buy same thing in baclaran, same price though
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