People making list buying special gifts.
Many people would love to shop at Tutuban Center in Divisoria, Manila.
They love to go here because outside of the mall there is a 24-hour night market.
I was here last November 30 and I was able to see interesting things around the area.
Some of the reasons I know why many people love this place are:
- A good place for putting up business.
- Night market continues to sell affordable gift items.
- Exciting shopping alternative like toys, novelty items, fashion accessories, home furnishings, gadgets and more.
- Nightlife, including the best bargain for the holidays
- It is near Tutuban railway station
The historically and culturally rich Tutuban’s sky line lit up recently with the holding of the traditional giant Christmas tree lighting ceremony inside Tutuban Center’s expansive grounds.
A yearly tradition done as a highlight of the celebration of Bonifacio Day in Tutuban, the ceremony hopes to remind everyone that the Yuletide Season is already at hand.
Prior to the official switching of the lights, the ceremony was preceded by lots of entertainment and fun activities beforeTutuban Properties, Inc. (TPI) executives and VIP guests gathered near the base of the giant Christmas tree and turned on the lights after a heart-pounding countdown, sending the crowd into a frenzy as the tree finally lit up to become a giant beaming and glittering beacon of hope for many during these trying times.
A fireworks display followed that littered the night sky with vivid colors as the festivities continued on through the night. Tutuban Center continues to be the best bargain shopping destination, especially for everyone’s Christmas shopping needs. The best gift items for the Yuletide season can be bought here at very reasonable prices.
For those who need to do their shopping in the evening after a whole day’s work, Tutuban also has its very popular Tutuban Center Night Market where everyone can joyfully complete their Christmas checklist.
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