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Friday, November 4, 2016
We were there on the opening day, 29 October 2016, and tried the 3.4 kilometer winding bike trail that traversed through and around the 6-hectare ground of...(read and see more photos here)
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
The newly renovated Tutuban Center of Divisoria Market, Manila is now open again for a renewed shopping experience. The front building of the main mall has been remodeled, repainted, and restored its main entrance’s vintage design and to conserve the heritage value of was left after of the 19th century’s central train station. It still has the feature of brick walls and retained those century-old wrought iron pillars that would serve as your guide to the food court
Tutuban Center opens
9:00 AM every day
The place is among the historical spots of Manila and a memorable place to any one of us who might had been shoving elbows and pushing butts to win a bargain hunting adventure. The small plaza fronting the Tutuban Center still features the controversial statue of Gat Andres Bonifacio erected by the National Historical Institute (NHI) in 1971. The monument was meant to mark the site where Bonifacio supposedly was born on Nov. 30, 1863 to which some critics pointed out was an error because he was actually born in... (See and read more here)
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