After centuries of suppression by the Spanish, Manila’s Chinese population quickly rose on the economic and social ladder under more...
At the northern end of Paredes St stands the bell tower of Binondo Church, an unusual octagonal structure dating back to 1596. The rest...
Seng Guan Buddhist Temple
Further north, the Seng Guan Buddhist Temple is the centre of Manila’s Buddhist community. It’s not pretty but it’s big.
Water refilling station.
President Tea House
The original branch of what has become one of Manila’s more popular Chinese chains; it’s known for dim sum.
Lonely Planet review
Experience the singular joys of black mongo beans, sticky mooncakes, and all manner of odd and exotic baked goods here.