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The Binondo Food Wok: A food tour through Chinatown, Manila. Old Manila Walks. The Big Binondo Food Walk: Nibbling Our Way Through Chinatown. Sample some of the best delicacies in Binondo, the world’s oldest Chinatown located in the Philippines, and see landmarks like Plaza Calderon dela Barca. Trying out the first edition Big Binondo Food Wok Map by Ivan Man Dy in Chinatown.

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Home Have a Taste! I remember my first trip to Binondo the one that I can remember anyway. Sir Ivan showed us how to enjoy it best with the sauces and toppings. Blg Siopao and all the goodness inside.

Binondo Chinatown Fun Food Tour – The Big Binondo Food Wok! – When In Manila

So last weekend, a couple of my friends trouped to Chinatown to taste-drive this map. Mausoleums showed reverent pictures of the dead and contain amenities for the living, including gardens, toilets and refrigerators.

Say Chinatown and one of the first things that comes to mind is the chow. Paper Money that are burned to send respect to wo gods.

Old Manila Walks – Binondo Tour

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The food at the stand were really nice to look at and appeared mzp. But all I can remember was how the champoy tasted — sweet and salty at first, then it will hit you with its strong sour taste that will surely kick your spirits. Winners will be the top 3, as listed by Random. In any case, the cemetery holds roads and roads of mausoleums of many different architectural styles, some, a mix.

Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Nina doesn’t aim to travel to every country in the world — she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. To introduce my cousin and a Chinese-Canadian friend to Philippine history and refresh myself on it, we decided to do a walking tour with Old Manila Walks. So going by Yuchengo past Dong Bei Dumplings, we crossed this little Hong Bon bridge dating back to which is not on the map heading to Alvarado Street only to find them not there.

I love the kuchay dumplings in Dong Bei. Buddhism was mixed with Catholicism.

I found the walk a very unusual and welcome respite from the hectic Manila pace. March 2, at 8: Since it was almost dinnertime when we wrapped up our walking tour, we wanted an early night-cap. This tour took all of us through parts of Manila not previously visited and kept us well fed along the way. Definitely a wok bit your stomach and your soul. The most interesting part was hearing the history of the Chinese in the Philippines.


I have always relied on Maps when I travel. Make biinondo to bring this map along. Reviewed March 17, Show reviews that mention. I live in Chinatown and I really love food tripping.

The BIG Binondo Food Wok! – Old Manila Walks – Day Tours

Now this is where it gets a little confusing. Unable to get on the boat to Corregidor, i decided to take a walk off the beaten path with Ivan in the Chinese cemetery and it was really interesting. Bih continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites.