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Nice place for good quality cheap gift

Market close to Manila Airport. Opens early with lots of vendors selling good quality fake goods... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nadzebest
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This is a local market with makeshift stalls along a few streets selling various stuff, from fruits... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
LG_Kay
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We visited today and our whole family loved it. The vibe was 'shop, shop, shop' but we never felt hassled to buy anything. We roamed for about 4 hours and only saw a small part of it. It is super cheap (cheaper than shopping in...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank roamas
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pretty much I go to the Divisoria at lease once a year and as much as five times a year. They have everything, it is like a multi market where you can wheel and deal. You just got to be careful , with so much...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Market close to Manila Airport. Opens early with lots of vendors selling good quality fake goods. Quite hot and dusty. A must place if you are in Manila for a short visit.

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Nadzebest
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

sure its cheap, but its crazy and a dirty filthy mess, you are better going to greenhills and paying a bit more money than going here to save peanuts.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Castigan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a local market with makeshift stalls along a few streets selling various stuff, from fruits to kitchen wares, clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, etc. Prices are cheap, especially the fruits. I didn't see any foreigners here, as the market is mainly for the locals...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's crowded; difficult to navigate; shabby and worn down. But an excellent experience of an eastern market. Beware of pick-pockets. But do not give it a miss.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank tensingrodrigues
Reviewed December 11, 2018

Divisoria market is not just one building or one block of market. It is compose of may be around 5 malls and blocks of streets. It is actually a whole town of market. Here you can buy anything you want from eco bags to toys...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed November 20, 2018

I read about this place before going to Manila, and knew that I wanted to visit. My hotel was right next to the new glitzy Mall of Asia, to which the Concierge recommended that I go. When I mentioned that I was interested in seeing...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank DincerP
Reviewed November 15, 2018 via mobile

Variety and cheap products. You can bargain too. I enjoyed walking down to the very narrowed small shops full both sides of the way.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank sauda246
Reviewed November 14, 2018

A huge shopping district that just keeps getting bigger. I enjoy the street shopping the most but there are indoor malls of shops - with aircon - so that is also a plus. They probably have whatever you are looking for, at great prices. Clothes,...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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kimpQ5489IQ
January 5, 2019|
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Response from jobsnetcorp | Reviewed this property |
You can buy fabrics at Ilaya St. Behind those curtain vendors, are stores of fabrics. There also fabric stores near Azcaraga Arcade along C,M. Recto
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kimpQ5489IQ
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I think it can be found in Tabora St.
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Response from tensingrodrigues | Reviewed this property |
Once you arrive at NAIA/MNL, you will have to go to the San Lorenzo Roiz Plaza, a distance of about an hour or so, depending upon the route taken and the state of traffic. The Divisoria Market begins there. It is very... More
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zjw44
singapore
Divisoria (10 Replies)
Hi all, Need advice...does anyone know whether is Divisoria market opened on Good Friday?
March 29, 2010|
Response fromFrank S|
I expect parts may be open but it will be very quiet. Catholic traders will be absent but Muslim, Buddhist and Taoist traders may treat it as just another day.
Rachel L
Toronto, Canada
Must-Dos & Must-Eats in Manila ? (27 Replies)
I will be traveling in Manila for a few days in January (arriving on January 1 st and leaving on Jan 4th, 2010). I've done some research on the sights and attractions of Manila, and came up with this list: Nayong Filipino Cultural Park in Pasay City Manila Manila Bay Rizal Park Intramuros Manila Cathedral Fort Santiago San Agustin Church Malacanang Palace Manila City Hall Metropolitan Museum of Manila National Museum, Manila Cultural Center of the Philippines Contemporary Art...More
December 11, 2009|
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You should allow your evening for the Singing Cooks and Waiters. The place serves Filipino food and they cook and serve your food while they do singing and dancing around your table. You can sing, too, if you wish so. TSCW has been there for no less than 25 years.
Kathleen K
New York City, New York
Girls Trip - Culture, Beach, and Adventure - On a budget! (19 Replies)
Hi! I am traveling to the Philippines for about 2 weeks with my 3 girlfriends. We are 26 years old and looking for a little bit of everything, but most importantly want to stay on a budget! We are thinking volcanoes, hiking, beach, and partying. I also want to point out that we will be visiting during the Ati-Atihan festival, and want to partake in all the fun. I scuba dive (although the others don't) so would like to do some diving as well. Below is my preliminary itinerary - please...More
May 16, 2014|
Response fromAksMzk|
your itinerary looks fine. what airline are those flights? Usually cheap flights like that don't include check in luggage, so that will most likely be extra. check with the air line regarding the max weight. have fun