Opposite Intramuros is Binondo... both connected by newly beautified William JONES Bridge...... it is here where commerce in the Philippines began with our Chinoy brothers entrepreneurial talents was honed, whose influence now expanding everywhere from urban centers to the provinces. Pass by…
Experience the Binondo Food Tour where you get to see 8 places and learn more about Philippine Culture by eating our version of Chinese specialties and cuisines for only 1300 PHP per head.
The oldest Chinatown in the world has a lot of really good Chinese restaurants, old buildings, and churches. It's an interesting day trip, and accessible by MRT
Visit Chinatown and join the walking tour, try and sample some of the best old Chinese restaurants of Old Manila, good for shopping also
If you love Chinese Food and want to see the Chinatown in the Philippines, you should not miss going here. Wear simple and comfy clothing because it can get very crowded. Walking is your best bet to explore this part of Manila.
“Great selection of food! Their Hainanese Chicken, Nacho Salad, Chicken Kiev and Pastas are favorites!”
“The Mall Is within the area and a walking distance from the place and houses branded retail shops”
“Greenbelt is the shopping hub of Makati, Metro Manila. Here you will find the upscale Greenbelt 5 mall, the 5-star hotels, and upscale dining places (Sala, Blackbird, Cirkulo to name a few).”