The Binondo District is one of the districts of Manila City. The most famous local area is Chinatown and Binondo Church. There are quite a lot of gold jewelry and jewelry shops in Chinatown, as well as many restaurants selling Chinese cuisine. No matter when you travel, it is worth visiting the local Chinatown and experiencing a different city. Like most Chinatowns in the world, this Chinatown has great restaurants and shopping venues. There are many attractive places.
Binondo belongs to the Spanish colonial period. There are many old European-style buildings here. Although they look old and old, they don’t have a feeling. It’s quite interesting to take a tuk-tuk to stroll around.
The most famous place here is the Minloren Church. It is very good. There are many documents and many materials. The English should be a little better. You can look at the history of Spanish colonization. The church is not too big.
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.
This is a corner of Chinatown binondo. With the development of society, Chinatown has become more and more crowded, and many buildings are being built unknowingly. In Chinatown, you can see Filipinos who can speak Hokkien.