Culinary Travel in Manila Wet Market

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Quiapo_street_market_in_ManilaTo go to this place, you can use towards EDSA LRT Station EDSA Station out of the use of small transport department SM Mall. Freight rates equal to the rates Jeepney, which is 7 pesos. Only in less than 15 minutes, you’ve arrived at the largest mall in the southeast asia. The mall is said to be the largest mall in Asia and the second largest in the world.

After touring in SM Mall of Asia, you can go to Wet Market. Wet Market is a market that provides a menu fresh seafood. Wet Market is located just behind the SM Mall of Asia, on the edge of the beach. The beaches here do not imagine white sandy beach, but an embankment used to gather beside ocean view at night. At night, a lot of Filipinos who play at Wet Market. There are simply just relaxing, there is watching street performances such as street dance, some are eating at restaurants that lined the Wet Market.

You can go into a shop, pick the menu, and then choose own fish, squid, crab, clams, shrimp, and other seafood. One thing that travelers love this place is the seafood are ​​very fresh. So very delicious dishes. You can choose adobo squid, one of the popular Filipino food. actually not only squid adobo, adobo there are also pigs, chickens, and cows. Adobo is a dish that has the seasoning salt, soy sauce, vinegar, pepper, and garlic taste that feels so strong is salty and spicy taste of pepper. Order menu prices are usually fairly standard, a large bowl of squid adobo for only 300 pesos and a plate of fried spinach for 100 pesos. The price is quite cheap for a meal at the restaurant.

Finished eating, you can head back to the hostel to rest. From SM Mall, you can use the same transport when departing. This transport can be found in front of SM Mall terminal, always pay attention to in time for EDSA Station before 22:00 so as not to run out of the train ticket.

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