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Shopping Guide

Survive Divisoria In 2 Hours Or Less

Don't get lost and avoid the crowd with our handy guide

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Original Article: Kathleen Valle and Hannah Dormido Photography: Jun Pinzon

We have to admit, even if we plan ahead and shop early, there are still last-minute errands that we need to accomplish before Christmas. Whether it's shopping for home essentials or gifts, Divisoria is the place to be for affordable and charming finds.

It's no secret that it's a shopping hotspot—I can still remember shopping in the area and seeing hundreds of fellow shoppers crowding the stalls. While scoring a bargain is a plus, it's also easy to get lost in its winding streets. To help you ace your trip to Divisoria, we've got a guide you can watch in under one minute. By knowing the streets by heart and where to find certain items, we're sure you can finish your shopping early and have more time for other must-dos. Watch the video below:

Click here to read our ultimate Divisoria home shopping guide.

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