One of several ornate arches within Chinatown that distinguishes the neighbourhood from its surrounds.
Opposite the Capital Theatre, the Escolta Museum houses a collection of photos and pre-war Manila paraphernalia.
While today Escolta St is a fairly gritty and rundown strip, it remains of historical significance as one of the last remnants of...
Famous across Manila for its fried chicken and other homestyle Hokkien cooking, run by a third-generation family.
cnr Paredes & Ongpin Sts · interesting places nearby
Binondo Church information
At the northern end of Paredes St stands the attractive granite-stone bell tower of Binondo Church, an unusual octagonal structure dating back to 1596. The rest of the church was rebuilt following destruction sustained by American bombing in WWII.