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Things to do in Ongpin Street

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Church
“Opposite Intramuros is Binondo... both connected by newly beautified William JONES Bridge...... it is here where commerce in the Philippines began with our Chinoy brothers entrepreneurial talents was honed, whose influence now expanding everywhere from urban centers to the provinces. Pass by Escolta, where remnants of architecture & nostalgic history of mercantilism flourished in years back, precursor of now known SHOPPING MALLS. A short walk to the North is Divisoria, while towards South, the Quiapo Church... ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Chinatown, Divisoria mall, Mall 999 etc... That you must see. Hundreds stree sellers... many big low price markets and mall. That area you make wery low price shopping. Take one whole day when you go to there. A lot of street food, fruits and vegetables. But be carefull.... There is a huge amount of peoples. And keep your bag front of you. You can arrive here By only one Jeep. Go to A st mabini St and look Jeep where read divisoria. It is only about 20 minutes.”
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Route
“This is a part of China Town where you might be interested in visiting! Ongpin St. is famous as gold& jewelry, Fengshui,etc. trading street! Most stores there are operating from 8am to 7pm/7 days a week! Well, I have to say, the date you must go visit Ongpin St. is on China lunar Year! Because you will see the parade and some of shows to celebrate the Chinese year!! Nonetheless, it will be so crowded on that day, must be careful with your belongings! ”
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Church
“This place is a landmark in Chinatown . It is quite an interesting since its one of the oldest chinatowns in the world ”
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Restaurant
“Must Try: Sate Mi Gisado, Fried Lumpia, Kuchay Ah, Tenderloin Steak with Onions, Guinumis”
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Point of Interest
“The herb shop of the famous local Dr. Tan, talented diagnostician using Traditional Chinese Medicine. Highly recommended. You can select between herbs and capsules. Bring a book to read.”
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Point of Interest
Food
“Chinatown of Manila. You'll get all your shopping fix for cheap clothes and just about anything. Not to mention the mouth-watering Chinese cuisine. ”
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Establishment
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Chinese Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Dim Sum Restaurant
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Chinese Restaurant
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“Good food at a fair price. Nice way to experience Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world. Wai Ying is near numerous Chinese Restaurants if you want to do a food crawl.”
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Top restaurants

Restaurant
“Must Try: Sate Mi Gisado, Fried Lumpia, Kuchay Ah, Tenderloin Steak with Onions, Guinumis”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Chinese Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Chinese Restaurant
“Good food at a fair price. Nice way to experience Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world. Wai Ying is near numerous Chinese Restaurants if you want to do a food crawl.”
  • 1 local recommends
Chinese Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends

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