Of course, there are many fakes, but most of them look good and may fool most casual customers. In my opinion, on this crowded island, you can find the most bargain price between the main islands. Bakit hindi. This market is definitely a good place for tourists who want to experience the real local city and culture. There are everything here, as well as great local street food. Some parts of the market are indeed crowded and dirty, but isn't this the true side of the Philippines? I have read some comments on the Internet that it is very unsafe and there are pickpockets everywhere. Very exaggerated! In fact, you will encounter the same problem when you go to any lively market in the world. You must be careful, such as not carrying a backpack. The people here are very enthusiastic and great, they are very willing to chat with you, there is no strangeness at all. I think this market is a place for everyone who comes to Manila to visit! By the way, pay attention to the fake and shoddy goods here when shopping, such as watches and bags, don't be greedy for cheap!
If you have the opportunity to come to Manila, you should go to this market for a good stroll and feel a different style.
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In my book, Divisoria Market is a godsend for shopaholics visiting Manila. From cosmetics and electronics to fresh fruits and street food, you’ll find a plethora of goodies and great finds at bargained rates in this open-air flea market. With its vibrant atmosphere and friendly locals, it’s truly one of the can’t-miss things to do in Manila, even if you’re not a big-time shopper.
This is the place where the Chinese gathered in the local area from the early to now until now. The Chinese live in the local area. Chinese can be seen everywhere in this area. There are many people in Fujian. Over time, it has become a larger commodity wholesale market in the Philippines. Most locals also know this place. . Due to a fire, this old mall was demolished and a new mall was built later.