Manila - "Temple Run", A Chinese New Year Photo Walk in Binondo with the Powerhouse G5 Group

On the day of Chinese Lunar New Year, my friends from the Powerhouse G5 group organized a photowalk around Binondo. Dubbed as "Temple Run", we roamed around the busy streets of the "Oldest Chinatown in the World" visiting temples, churches, watching lion dancers, checking on great bargains and eating at food stalls.

Let me tell you what happened through these photos:

Checking out Binondo map (photo by Mario)

Outside Temple #1

Interior of Temple #1

Sto. Cristo de Longos Shrine

Siopao Store (photo by Axl)

Colored chicks on sale

Group pic at Roman Ongpin Monument (photo from Axl)

Inside Binondo Church

Lion Dancers #1

Lion Dancers #2

Lion Dancer #3

Marker of Higino Francisco's Residence

Powerhouse G5 group at Lucky Chinatown Mall (photo by Axl)

Mario, Me and Toff at Lucky Chinatown Mall (photo by Axl)

Group shot @ Lucky Chinatown Mall (photo by Mark)

Biking with Mario and Toff at Lucky Chinatown Mall (photo by Axl)

Photo Shoot! (photo by Mark)

Seng Guan Temple

Outside Seng Guan Temple

Inside Seng Guan Temple

Joss Sticks

It was so much fun to be with these guys. Thank you for inviting me and nice seeing you again! 'Til our next photowalk and photo shoot! Cheers!!!

Thanks to Axl, Mario and Mark for lending me some of their photos.

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joanne said...

I love your smile.. nakakahawa! Mukhang na-enjoy mo ang photowalk. :D

Pinoy Adventurista said...

super nag enjoy kami.. hehehe! thanks Joanne! :)

Axl Powerhouse Production Inc. said...

ayun oh... thanks for joining the PhG5 photowalk.. see u again!!!

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