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Which are the best shopping and food spots in Philippines?

Philippines has an exhilarating nightlife with a lot many bars, clubs, dining places, comedy clubs to keep you stirring throughout. 70s Bistro, Conspiracy Bar, Hobbit House, Philippine Ballet Theatre and a lot more is surely not to be missed.

As for shopping the usual shopping hours in Philippines are from Mon-Sat from 1000-2000hrs but they can vary as most departmental stores and supermarkets are open on Sundays and there are also some 24-hour convenience stores. Shopaholics consider Philippines to be the most surprising shopping paradise for the tourists. Manila is the major shopping destination because it dots the world’s largest malls throughout the city. Malls are characterized by and known for various reasons like brands, wider selection of products, lower prices and regular local products. So, do a little bit of research from the locals if you are heading out to get any particular consumer product for yourself.

Among other notable highlights of the country, the places/malls sure to be visited for shopping are:

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