A very good place to visit Manila China town, it is located in Escolta, the oldest city in Manila where the seat of high society begun. A bite of Chinese cuisine in most of the restaurant you can see inside the place. If you are into shopping do not forget to got to 168 mall or Tutuban mall, 199 mall or Lucky mall where you can go and visit the 4th floor where the Binondo Museum is located, this museum is the history of how Chinatown started! A must see!
the most exciting place to visit in Singapore with a lot of choices from food, souvenirs, snacks, fruit's, temples, shopping, and its really fun...
Great foods available anywhere here at chinatown. However great things always come with cost, 30mins of que is a must. Must try.......
I have been to many Chinatowns and this is my favorite one. The food is delicious and the Chinese culture is quite authentic.
The world’s first China Town, located in Manila, the Philippines is a maze of hustle and bustle, tradition, food, vendors, and businesses by people in all walks of life.Established in 1594 Chinatown is a cultural throwback with the mixture of Chinese, Filipino, and Spanish cultures blending together.
good For Shopping and chinesse food loversthey have a lot of things to do when you visit there.
If you’re in manila never forget to visit ChinaTown! I find it mini hongkong that you will find good stuff like you went to China or Hongkong. We also dine-in at Chuan Keen Binondo’s Oldest fast food. The restaurant was busy at the time so, be patient waiting for your orders to come. All in all, its worth the wait.
Manila Chinatown is located about 150 metres away from Carriedo Station, before going to Manila, it is not at all dirty and messy. Especially compared with many places in Manila, it is quite good. Because taking the subway, light rail or even taking the 7-speed call-and-stop car, walking to many places, too many places are worse than Chinatown, Chinatown's Chinese business. Many are medicines, decoration materials and so on. I feel that Filipinos are not happy with China. Manila is said to be Paris in Asia on the internet. I really can't see it. Maybe many years ago, many countries in Asia lagged behind, but now it's a completely different matter. Manila's subway and light rail are too backward, too old, people queue up every day to buy tickets. Chinatown is a medium-sized place in Manila.