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Buy Pinoy: Fab Finds at Pasko sa Intramuros

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Hungry? Load up on your choice of kakanin.
Hungry? Load up on your choice of kakanin.

Buy Pinoy at Pasko sa Intramuros

One of a kind finds are aplenty at Pasko sa Intramuros, the month-long Christmas celebration in the walled city, mounted through the partnership of the Department of Tourism, the Tourism Promotions Board and the Intramuros Administration.

Pasko sa Intramuros features a bazaar which showcases unique Pinoy made products from across the regions of the Philippines, from organic and health products, food, pasalubong, handicrafts, furniture and décor, and indigenous textiles.

Buy Pinoy Go Natural
Buy Pinoy and Go natural. Salon de Arbularyo offers malunggay-based products from facial creams to soaps and conditioners.
Marble decor and home accents are versatile and timeless
Marble-lous! Marble decor and home accents are versatile and timeless.
Go rustic
Go rustic with these handcrafted wood accents.
Make wonderful music with these locally-made guitars
Make wonderful music with these locally-made guitars
Perk up with Amadeo coffee.
Perk up with Amadeo coffee.
Weaves, brassworks and jewelry from Mindanao
Weaves, brassworks and jewelry from Mindanao
Get a bite of these tahong chips from Bacoor.
Get a bite of these tahong chips from Bacoor.
Drink responsibly. Craft beer from Angeles City, Pampanga.
Drink responsibly. Craft beer from Angeles City, Pampanga.
Hungry? Load up on your choice of kakanin.
Hungry? Load up on your choice of kakanin
Northern exposure. Clay pots, native brooms, and wine from Ilocos.
Northern exposure. Clay pots, native brooms, and wine from Ilocos.
Get it while it's hot. Imus longganisa off the grill.
Get it while it’s hot. Imus longganisa off the grill.

“Pasko sa Intramuros” is part of the DOT’s continuous efforts to revive the tourism in Manila and to re-establish historic city of Intramuros as a tourist destination. Visit the fair at the open lot along General Luna Street corner Postigo Street, beside the Palacio del Gobernador and the Manila Cathedral Basilica, and enjoy shopping, mini concerts, fireworks displays, and more.


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