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Binondo, located in Manila, Philippines, is the oldest Chinatown in the world. It is a vibrant, bustling neighborhood that boasts a rich cultural and historical heritage. Visitors to Binondo can explore its narrow streets and alleys, lined with traditional shops selling a variety of goods, from herbal medicine to Chinese delicacies. The area is also home to several significant landmarks, including the Binondo Church, which is considered one of the oldest churches in Manila. Binondo is famous for its culinary scene, offering a wide array of authentic Chinese cuisine, including dim sum, noodles, and roasted meats. During Chinese New Year, Binondo is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, with colorful festivities, dragon dances, and firecrackers. Despite being located in the heart of Manila, Binondo retains a distinct cultural identity that celebrates its Chinese roots and is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in exploring the city's unique heritage.

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