Its my 1st time to do a photowalk sa binondo maynila at syempre pumunta na rin doon para sa pre-Chinese new year, sobrang saya at ang cool ng place feel mo talagang nasa China ka,oo halata naman sa name di ba China Town, actually may kasama akong isang blogger din kasi nabasa niya yung post ko about photowalk sa binondo, so ayun gusto niya rin sumama kasi daw 1st time lang daw niya pumunta dun, noong nagkita kami akala mo ang tagal na namin magkakilala dahil sa dami ng aming pinag-usapan habang kami ang nagbibiyahe papuntang Binondo...
1st Stop naman ang Sta.Cruz Church,siya nga pala ang Sta.Cruz Church ay malapit lang sa may Pasig river and on the northern portion of the City of Manila, near the mouth of the river, in between the districts of Tondo and Quiapo. Ito rin ang Unang Roman Catholic Church na ipinatayo ng mga Jesuit.
|One of the famous street in binondo|
|The famous Chinese lucky charms|
|One old the oldest Chinese food restaurant|
At according to www.spot.com "Already, Eng Bee Tin has expanded and improved its product line. In the case of its hopia products, the company has included flavors such as hopia pineapple, hopia pandan and the traditional green and red mung (monggo) beans. They’ve even included a sugar-free version of their hopia.
Other products that the company introduced include tikoy, candies, cakes, frozen products, and processed seafood.
But more than just making pastries, Eng Bee Tin has also ventured on the Chinese restaurant business, something that is already dominated by other Chinese entrepreneurs. The new venture is called Mr. Ube, following the nickname of Eng Bee Tin’s owner, Gerry Chua. He was given this nickname for having successfully sold his now-famous ube hopia."
Thanks din ka Asiong sa pagsama.