To me, no Manila vacation is complete without a visit to Binondo. Known as the world’s oldest Chinatown, this colorful district in Manila always sweeps me into bliss with its delicious eats, such as fresh lumpia, noodles, rice toppings, siopao and Dim Sum. A must visit here is Dong Bei Dumplings, home to arguably the best tasting dumplings and friend pancakes in Manila’s Chinatown. After your eating spree in Binondo, be sure to walk around slowly, and be enthralled by its sounds, sights and smells.
Every country has a Chinatown and this is the Philippines version. Great area to walk around and try some street food.
Manila, Philippines, where Chinese are most concentrated
The Chinese Street, a corner of Chinatown, still feels good. The scenery is more like China.
In fact, if you look at it, you can see the trace of its development.
Min Lunluo is surrounded by Chinese people on this side of Chinatown. It's not very big. Just look around and there's a lot of delicious food here.
Located in Chinatown, it's worth visiting. The environmental sanitation industry is doing very well, and there are many local snacks.