October 21, 2017

Six Markets in Metro Manila for Affordable Blooms This All Saints’ Day

Find out where to get flowers for your deceased loved ones.
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Flowers play an integral role in most life events of a person. From a man courting the woman he likes, to big celebrations like a debut and wedding, flowers are always present to complete the crucial moments in a person’s life. Though typically linked with joyful events, blooms are also used for occasions which commemorate the end of life.

With All Saints’ Day less than two weeks away, ShoppersGuide has listed six markets in the Metro which offer not only fresh blooms for one’s late loved ones but also delight to those tightening their belts this season.


1. Dangwa Flower Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Choose from the array of flowers available in Dangwa and have them arranged. (Images: L, Junsky Tagupa Rullan; R, @richflavored)


Sitting adjacent to Dangwa Bus Terminal where this famous place got its name, Dangwa is the best place to go to if deceased loved ones are laid in the nearby Manila North Cemetery. Starting at PhP100, one can buy a small flower arrangement in the series of stalls found in the streets of Dimasalang, Dos Castillos, and Laong Laan where vendors sell various kinds of fresh flowers from different provinces in the country. Some stores are also open 24 hours, thus allowing people from other cities to pay a visit at their convenient time.

How to Get There: Ride LRT Line 1 and get off at Tayuman Station. Ride a jeepney with the sign “Espana Lardizabal” and ask the driver to drop you off at Laong Laan Street, which is one of the streets which make up Dangwa.




2. Farmer’s Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Farmer’s Market’s flower arrangements last year for All Saints’ Day (Image: Carl Marc Ramota)


People with loved ones laid to rest in San Juan City Cemetery or those who pass by MRT Cubao Station can make a stop at Farmer’s Market to buy flowers. Small pots of flower arrangements start at PhP200 in the lines of shops found in the first level of the market. For people with a higher budget, standing arrangements can also be availed for PhP1,500. Most stores also sell various kinds of flowers ranging from roses, chrysanthemums to sunflowers, thus allowing anyone to choose the best blooms for their deceased loved ones.

How to Get There: From EDSA, ride a bus or MRT Line 3 going to SM Fairview and North Avenue, respectively. Get off at Cubao Station. Farmer’s Market is a few meters away from the bus stop and train station.


3. Pasig City Mega Market



Metro Manila flower shops

People flock in front of a flower shop in Pasig Palengke. (Image: Victorio Ong)


Located several meters away from Pasig Catholic Cemetery, Pasig City Mega Market, mostly known as Pasig Palengke, is the place to go in the city if one wants to shop for beautifully-arranged flowers minus the expensive price tag. For PhP500, baskets of flower arrangements are up for grabs in the stalls found in the market’s ground floor. Flowers sold in small pots are also available for people with a tighter budget.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and get off at Shaw Boulevard Station. Then, ride a jeepney bound for Pasig Palengke in Parklea Center.


4. Pioneer St. Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Flowers are also up for grabs in Pioneer St. Market. (Image: Pioneer St. Market’s Facebook Page)


Pioneer St. Market may be known for its organic produce and array of cuisine in its food stalls, but this food market is also a good alternative for people who don’t want to deal with the crowd and grungy surroundings when flower shopping. The Flower Ranch, one of the first stalls which will welcome visitors, sells fresh flower arrangements starting at PhP500. From chrysanthemums, lilies, to asters, this small shop is complete with flowers that will best commemorate a loved one. Flowers can also come in bunches if one has a limited budget.

How to Go There: From EDSA, ride a jeepney in Parklea Center bound for Pasig Palengke and get off at Pioneer Street. From here, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off in front of TV5.


5. Salcedo Community Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Blooms make Salcedo Market more colorful every Saturday. (Images: Salcedo Market’s Facebook Page)


For people visiting Manila South Cemetery, one can make an early stop at the nearby Salcedo Community Market to score budget-friendly blooms for late loved ones. From chrysanthemums, roses, daisies, to lilies, one can have an ample number of choices from the flower shops that sell baskets of flower arrangements starting at PhP450. Shoppers can also maximize their visit by having a food trip in the food stalls in the area—something which the place is also known for.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and alight at Buendia Station. From there, ride a jeepney bound for Washington or LRT/Taft and get off at the corner of Buendia Avenue and Malugay. Cross the street and walk along Tordesillas Street until you reach Salcedo Community Market.




6. Market! Market! Flower Section



Metro Manila flower shops

Fiesta Market’s flower section becomes a garden with the fresh blooms displayed in front of stores. (Images: L, Santibanez Flowershop; R, Market Market’s Facebook Page)


Located in the mall’s Fiesta Market, the flower section of Market! Market! is the place to go for fresh blooms for late loved ones laying in Manila American Cemetery and other nearby memorial parks. Although slightly pricier than the rest of the markets listed, this place still offers cheaper blooms compared to the other flower shops in the area. Starting at PhP1,000, one can take home a basket of custom-made flower arrangement containing carnations, stargazers, sunflowers, and other types of flowers. Standing arrangements are also sold for people with more budget.

How to Get There: Ride a bus in the BGC Bus Terminal near MRT Ayala Station’s north exit and get off at Market! Market!.


Ultimately, it does not matter whether one’s floral offering to his or her late loved ones is big, small, pricey, or inexpensive. This All Saints’ Day, one should remember that the greatest respect he or she can give to the deceased is a solemn celebration and remembrance of the good things that the latter has contributed to the world.


Need more items for All Saint’s Day? Check out these stores in Metro Manila where you can buy candles.

Andrea Aviado

Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

Andrea Aviado

Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

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October 21, 2017

Six Markets in Metro Manila for Affordable Blooms This All Saints’ Day

Find out where to get flowers for your deceased loved ones.


Flowers play an integral role in most life events of a person. From a man courting the woman he likes, to big celebrations like a debut and wedding, flowers are always present to complete the crucial moments in a person’s life. Though typically linked with joyful events, blooms are also used for occasions which commemorate the end of life.

With All Saints’ Day less than two weeks away, ShoppersGuide has listed six markets in the Metro which offer not only fresh blooms for one’s late loved ones but also delight to those tightening their belts this season.


1. Dangwa Flower Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Choose from the array of flowers available in Dangwa and have them arranged. (Images: L, Junsky Tagupa Rullan; R, @richflavored)


Sitting adjacent to Dangwa Bus Terminal where this famous place got its name, Dangwa is the best place to go to if deceased loved ones are laid in the nearby Manila North Cemetery. Starting at PhP100, one can buy a small flower arrangement in the series of stalls found in the streets of Dimasalang, Dos Castillos, and Laong Laan where vendors sell various kinds of fresh flowers from different provinces in the country. Some stores are also open 24 hours, thus allowing people from other cities to pay a visit at their convenient time.

How to Get There: Ride LRT Line 1 and get off at Tayuman Station. Ride a jeepney with the sign “Espana Lardizabal” and ask the driver to drop you off at Laong Laan Street, which is one of the streets which make up Dangwa.




2. Farmer’s Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Farmer’s Market’s flower arrangements last year for All Saints’ Day (Image: Carl Marc Ramota)


People with loved ones laid to rest in San Juan City Cemetery or those who pass by MRT Cubao Station can make a stop at Farmer’s Market to buy flowers. Small pots of flower arrangements start at PhP200 in the lines of shops found in the first level of the market. For people with a higher budget, standing arrangements can also be availed for PhP1,500. Most stores also sell various kinds of flowers ranging from roses, chrysanthemums to sunflowers, thus allowing anyone to choose the best blooms for their deceased loved ones.

How to Get There: From EDSA, ride a bus or MRT Line 3 going to SM Fairview and North Avenue, respectively. Get off at Cubao Station. Farmer’s Market is a few meters away from the bus stop and train station.


3. Pasig City Mega Market



Metro Manila flower shops

People flock in front of a flower shop in Pasig Palengke. (Image: Victorio Ong)


Located several meters away from Pasig Catholic Cemetery, Pasig City Mega Market, mostly known as Pasig Palengke, is the place to go in the city if one wants to shop for beautifully-arranged flowers minus the expensive price tag. For PhP500, baskets of flower arrangements are up for grabs in the stalls found in the market’s ground floor. Flowers sold in small pots are also available for people with a tighter budget.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and get off at Shaw Boulevard Station. Then, ride a jeepney bound for Pasig Palengke in Parklea Center.


4. Pioneer St. Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Flowers are also up for grabs in Pioneer St. Market. (Image: Pioneer St. Market’s Facebook Page)


Pioneer St. Market may be known for its organic produce and array of cuisine in its food stalls, but this food market is also a good alternative for people who don’t want to deal with the crowd and grungy surroundings when flower shopping. The Flower Ranch, one of the first stalls which will welcome visitors, sells fresh flower arrangements starting at PhP500. From chrysanthemums, lilies, to asters, this small shop is complete with flowers that will best commemorate a loved one. Flowers can also come in bunches if one has a limited budget.

How to Go There: From EDSA, ride a jeepney in Parklea Center bound for Pasig Palengke and get off at Pioneer Street. From here, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off in front of TV5.


5. Salcedo Community Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Blooms make Salcedo Market more colorful every Saturday. (Images: Salcedo Market’s Facebook Page)


For people visiting Manila South Cemetery, one can make an early stop at the nearby Salcedo Community Market to score budget-friendly blooms for late loved ones. From chrysanthemums, roses, daisies, to lilies, one can have an ample number of choices from the flower shops that sell baskets of flower arrangements starting at PhP450. Shoppers can also maximize their visit by having a food trip in the food stalls in the area—something which the place is also known for.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and alight at Buendia Station. From there, ride a jeepney bound for Washington or LRT/Taft and get off at the corner of Buendia Avenue and Malugay. Cross the street and walk along Tordesillas Street until you reach Salcedo Community Market.




6. Market! Market! Flower Section



Metro Manila flower shops

Fiesta Market’s flower section becomes a garden with the fresh blooms displayed in front of stores. (Images: L, Santibanez Flowershop; R, Market Market’s Facebook Page)


Located in the mall’s Fiesta Market, the flower section of Market! Market! is the place to go for fresh blooms for late loved ones laying in Manila American Cemetery and other nearby memorial parks. Although slightly pricier than the rest of the markets listed, this place still offers cheaper blooms compared to the other flower shops in the area. Starting at PhP1,000, one can take home a basket of custom-made flower arrangement containing carnations, stargazers, sunflowers, and other types of flowers. Standing arrangements are also sold for people with more budget.

How to Get There: Ride a bus in the BGC Bus Terminal near MRT Ayala Station’s north exit and get off at Market! Market!.


Ultimately, it does not matter whether one’s floral offering to his or her late loved ones is big, small, pricey, or inexpensive. This All Saints’ Day, one should remember that the greatest respect he or she can give to the deceased is a solemn celebration and remembrance of the good things that the latter has contributed to the world.


Need more items for All Saint’s Day? Check out these stores in Metro Manila where you can buy candles.

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Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

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Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

Guide to Exploring Old & New Cubao Stores for the Best Shopping Trip

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October 21, 2017

Six Markets in Metro Manila for Affordable Blooms This All Saints’ Day

Find out where to get flowers for your deceased loved ones.
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Flowers play an integral role in most life events of a person. From a man courting the woman he likes, to big celebrations like a debut and wedding, flowers are always present to complete the crucial moments in a person’s life. Though typically linked with joyful events, blooms are also used for occasions which commemorate the end of life.

With All Saints’ Day less than two weeks away, ShoppersGuide has listed six markets in the Metro which offer not only fresh blooms for one’s late loved ones but also delight to those tightening their belts this season.


1. Dangwa Flower Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Choose from the array of flowers available in Dangwa and have them arranged. (Images: L, Junsky Tagupa Rullan; R, @richflavored)


Sitting adjacent to Dangwa Bus Terminal where this famous place got its name, Dangwa is the best place to go to if deceased loved ones are laid in the nearby Manila North Cemetery. Starting at PhP100, one can buy a small flower arrangement in the series of stalls found in the streets of Dimasalang, Dos Castillos, and Laong Laan where vendors sell various kinds of fresh flowers from different provinces in the country. Some stores are also open 24 hours, thus allowing people from other cities to pay a visit at their convenient time.

How to Get There: Ride LRT Line 1 and get off at Tayuman Station. Ride a jeepney with the sign “Espana Lardizabal” and ask the driver to drop you off at Laong Laan Street, which is one of the streets which make up Dangwa.




2. Farmer’s Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Farmer’s Market’s flower arrangements last year for All Saints’ Day (Image: Carl Marc Ramota)


People with loved ones laid to rest in San Juan City Cemetery or those who pass by MRT Cubao Station can make a stop at Farmer’s Market to buy flowers. Small pots of flower arrangements start at PhP200 in the lines of shops found in the first level of the market. For people with a higher budget, standing arrangements can also be availed for PhP1,500. Most stores also sell various kinds of flowers ranging from roses, chrysanthemums to sunflowers, thus allowing anyone to choose the best blooms for their deceased loved ones.

How to Get There: From EDSA, ride a bus or MRT Line 3 going to SM Fairview and North Avenue, respectively. Get off at Cubao Station. Farmer’s Market is a few meters away from the bus stop and train station.


3. Pasig City Mega Market



Metro Manila flower shops

People flock in front of a flower shop in Pasig Palengke. (Image: Victorio Ong)


Located several meters away from Pasig Catholic Cemetery, Pasig City Mega Market, mostly known as Pasig Palengke, is the place to go in the city if one wants to shop for beautifully-arranged flowers minus the expensive price tag. For PhP500, baskets of flower arrangements are up for grabs in the stalls found in the market’s ground floor. Flowers sold in small pots are also available for people with a tighter budget.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and get off at Shaw Boulevard Station. Then, ride a jeepney bound for Pasig Palengke in Parklea Center.


4. Pioneer St. Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Flowers are also up for grabs in Pioneer St. Market. (Image: Pioneer St. Market’s Facebook Page)


Pioneer St. Market may be known for its organic produce and array of cuisine in its food stalls, but this food market is also a good alternative for people who don’t want to deal with the crowd and grungy surroundings when flower shopping. The Flower Ranch, one of the first stalls which will welcome visitors, sells fresh flower arrangements starting at PhP500. From chrysanthemums, lilies, to asters, this small shop is complete with flowers that will best commemorate a loved one. Flowers can also come in bunches if one has a limited budget.

How to Go There: From EDSA, ride a jeepney in Parklea Center bound for Pasig Palengke and get off at Pioneer Street. From here, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off in front of TV5.


5. Salcedo Community Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Blooms make Salcedo Market more colorful every Saturday. (Images: Salcedo Market’s Facebook Page)


For people visiting Manila South Cemetery, one can make an early stop at the nearby Salcedo Community Market to score budget-friendly blooms for late loved ones. From chrysanthemums, roses, daisies, to lilies, one can have an ample number of choices from the flower shops that sell baskets of flower arrangements starting at PhP450. Shoppers can also maximize their visit by having a food trip in the food stalls in the area—something which the place is also known for.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and alight at Buendia Station. From there, ride a jeepney bound for Washington or LRT/Taft and get off at the corner of Buendia Avenue and Malugay. Cross the street and walk along Tordesillas Street until you reach Salcedo Community Market.




6. Market! Market! Flower Section



Metro Manila flower shops

Fiesta Market’s flower section becomes a garden with the fresh blooms displayed in front of stores. (Images: L, Santibanez Flowershop; R, Market Market’s Facebook Page)


Located in the mall’s Fiesta Market, the flower section of Market! Market! is the place to go for fresh blooms for late loved ones laying in Manila American Cemetery and other nearby memorial parks. Although slightly pricier than the rest of the markets listed, this place still offers cheaper blooms compared to the other flower shops in the area. Starting at PhP1,000, one can take home a basket of custom-made flower arrangement containing carnations, stargazers, sunflowers, and other types of flowers. Standing arrangements are also sold for people with more budget.

How to Get There: Ride a bus in the BGC Bus Terminal near MRT Ayala Station’s north exit and get off at Market! Market!.


Ultimately, it does not matter whether one’s floral offering to his or her late loved ones is big, small, pricey, or inexpensive. This All Saints’ Day, one should remember that the greatest respect he or she can give to the deceased is a solemn celebration and remembrance of the good things that the latter has contributed to the world.


Need more items for All Saint’s Day? Check out these stores in Metro Manila where you can buy candles.

Andrea Aviado

Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

Andrea Aviado

Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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October 21, 2017

Six Markets in Metro Manila for Affordable Blooms This All Saints’ Day

Find out where to get flowers for your deceased loved ones.


Flowers play an integral role in most life events of a person. From a man courting the woman he likes, to big celebrations like a debut and wedding, flowers are always present to complete the crucial moments in a person’s life. Though typically linked with joyful events, blooms are also used for occasions which commemorate the end of life.

With All Saints’ Day less than two weeks away, ShoppersGuide has listed six markets in the Metro which offer not only fresh blooms for one’s late loved ones but also delight to those tightening their belts this season.


1. Dangwa Flower Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Choose from the array of flowers available in Dangwa and have them arranged. (Images: L, Junsky Tagupa Rullan; R, @richflavored)


Sitting adjacent to Dangwa Bus Terminal where this famous place got its name, Dangwa is the best place to go to if deceased loved ones are laid in the nearby Manila North Cemetery. Starting at PhP100, one can buy a small flower arrangement in the series of stalls found in the streets of Dimasalang, Dos Castillos, and Laong Laan where vendors sell various kinds of fresh flowers from different provinces in the country. Some stores are also open 24 hours, thus allowing people from other cities to pay a visit at their convenient time.

How to Get There: Ride LRT Line 1 and get off at Tayuman Station. Ride a jeepney with the sign “Espana Lardizabal” and ask the driver to drop you off at Laong Laan Street, which is one of the streets which make up Dangwa.




2. Farmer’s Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Farmer’s Market’s flower arrangements last year for All Saints’ Day (Image: Carl Marc Ramota)


People with loved ones laid to rest in San Juan City Cemetery or those who pass by MRT Cubao Station can make a stop at Farmer’s Market to buy flowers. Small pots of flower arrangements start at PhP200 in the lines of shops found in the first level of the market. For people with a higher budget, standing arrangements can also be availed for PhP1,500. Most stores also sell various kinds of flowers ranging from roses, chrysanthemums to sunflowers, thus allowing anyone to choose the best blooms for their deceased loved ones.

How to Get There: From EDSA, ride a bus or MRT Line 3 going to SM Fairview and North Avenue, respectively. Get off at Cubao Station. Farmer’s Market is a few meters away from the bus stop and train station.


3. Pasig City Mega Market



Metro Manila flower shops

People flock in front of a flower shop in Pasig Palengke. (Image: Victorio Ong)


Located several meters away from Pasig Catholic Cemetery, Pasig City Mega Market, mostly known as Pasig Palengke, is the place to go in the city if one wants to shop for beautifully-arranged flowers minus the expensive price tag. For PhP500, baskets of flower arrangements are up for grabs in the stalls found in the market’s ground floor. Flowers sold in small pots are also available for people with a tighter budget.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and get off at Shaw Boulevard Station. Then, ride a jeepney bound for Pasig Palengke in Parklea Center.


4. Pioneer St. Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Flowers are also up for grabs in Pioneer St. Market. (Image: Pioneer St. Market’s Facebook Page)


Pioneer St. Market may be known for its organic produce and array of cuisine in its food stalls, but this food market is also a good alternative for people who don’t want to deal with the crowd and grungy surroundings when flower shopping. The Flower Ranch, one of the first stalls which will welcome visitors, sells fresh flower arrangements starting at PhP500. From chrysanthemums, lilies, to asters, this small shop is complete with flowers that will best commemorate a loved one. Flowers can also come in bunches if one has a limited budget.

How to Go There: From EDSA, ride a jeepney in Parklea Center bound for Pasig Palengke and get off at Pioneer Street. From here, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off in front of TV5.


5. Salcedo Community Market



Metro Manila flower shops

Blooms make Salcedo Market more colorful every Saturday. (Images: Salcedo Market’s Facebook Page)


For people visiting Manila South Cemetery, one can make an early stop at the nearby Salcedo Community Market to score budget-friendly blooms for late loved ones. From chrysanthemums, roses, daisies, to lilies, one can have an ample number of choices from the flower shops that sell baskets of flower arrangements starting at PhP450. Shoppers can also maximize their visit by having a food trip in the food stalls in the area—something which the place is also known for.

How to Get There: Take the MRT Line 3 and alight at Buendia Station. From there, ride a jeepney bound for Washington or LRT/Taft and get off at the corner of Buendia Avenue and Malugay. Cross the street and walk along Tordesillas Street until you reach Salcedo Community Market.




6. Market! Market! Flower Section



Metro Manila flower shops

Fiesta Market’s flower section becomes a garden with the fresh blooms displayed in front of stores. (Images: L, Santibanez Flowershop; R, Market Market’s Facebook Page)


Located in the mall’s Fiesta Market, the flower section of Market! Market! is the place to go for fresh blooms for late loved ones laying in Manila American Cemetery and other nearby memorial parks. Although slightly pricier than the rest of the markets listed, this place still offers cheaper blooms compared to the other flower shops in the area. Starting at PhP1,000, one can take home a basket of custom-made flower arrangement containing carnations, stargazers, sunflowers, and other types of flowers. Standing arrangements are also sold for people with more budget.

How to Get There: Ride a bus in the BGC Bus Terminal near MRT Ayala Station’s north exit and get off at Market! Market!.


Ultimately, it does not matter whether one’s floral offering to his or her late loved ones is big, small, pricey, or inexpensive. This All Saints’ Day, one should remember that the greatest respect he or she can give to the deceased is a solemn celebration and remembrance of the good things that the latter has contributed to the world.


Need more items for All Saint’s Day? Check out these stores in Metro Manila where you can buy candles.

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Andrea Aviado

Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

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Andrea is a film and design buff who also enjoys writing, traveling, taking pictures and editing photos and videos. She likes discovering new things on one hand while learning stories of the past on the other.

Guide to Exploring Old & New Cubao Stores for the Best Shopping Trip

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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