Manila's hottest district for eating, entertainment, or just plain hanging around, J. Nakpil Street is where everyone ... More
Manila's hottest district for eating, entertainment, or just plain hanging around, J. Nakpil Street is where everyone tries to outdo the others in setting the latest trends in fashion. On Saturday nights, when it is closed to traffic, Nakpil Street becomes one big promenade (or catwalk) for the young and the beautiful. On certain occasions, a stage is set up on one end of the street for a rock concert or a celebrity show promoting the newest beer brew or cigarette brand.
Ayala Bridge was constructed during the building boom of the 1920's, which is considered to have been Manila's most glittering
decade. It was at about the same time that the nation's government center (around present day Rizal Park ) ...
This part of Binondo has been a Chinese enclave for centuries. Start your tour at Binondo Church , and from
there head for the area bordered by Ongpin, Quentin Paredes and Gandara Streets. This area holds mooncakes and sweetmeats, ...
Contact between China and the Philippines goes back several centuries (or millennia, according to some historians). By the 16th century,
spurred by the flourishing Manila Acapulco Galleon Trade, tens of thousands of Chinese immigrants had settled in Manila. This ...
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