Cosplayers And Lucky Charms In Binondo

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P2073164tAfter those fun activities in Lucky Chinatown, we went back to Ongpin to visit Dong Bei Dumplings but before that, it is very interesting to note that aside from the festive lion and dragon dances, I’m surprised to see a lot of Cosplayers during that day. I’m a big fan of cosplaying and I have attended numerous cosplay conventions for the past years (but I am not a cosplayer) so I got thrilled seeing some Cosplayers during our trip. I’m not aware of some of the characters they are tryin to portray but I must say that the details of their costumes were built beautifully. So let’s start shall we.

P2073163tI love how they customized that electric fan cover and convert it into hat
P2073161tThis one reminds me of Sam Fisher of Splinter Cell but in an upgraded Chinese mode heheP2073158tThis one reminds me of Yoshimitsu of TekkenP2073162tYou can never go wrong with Batman20160207_134308tOkay these kids are not cosplayers but they are drawing a lot of attention because of their overwhelming cuteness. They are inviting everyone to buy their Siomai.. So cute!P2073071tThe two famous streets in Binondo, the Ongpin and Yuchengco. Aside from the food tripping, your Binondo Trip will not be completed without buying any of the lucky charms. They are being sold almost everywhere! Here are some lucky charms we found during our trip.P2073070tMonkey Figurines at Php25-50 each. They come in random colors too  20160207_114229tI am not sure why the monkeys should come in pair but you can see them both holding golden coins and a pineapple on top.20160207_090645tSpeaking of Pineapple, you’ll find a lot of these lucky charms in Binondo. It is a small pineapple adorned with Dalanghita (tangerine). I know pineapple is a lucky symbol but not so sure why they should be designed like this. 20160207_104715t
According to the vendor, this should be hang in every doors of each room in your house.20160207_090702tbracelet charms and door chimes are a common sight in Binondo20160207_114022tDoor charms20160207_114048ybracelet charms20160207_134115tSome more lucky chimes20160207_170544tFestive Chinese LanternsP2073098tThe China town Arch!P2073104tAnother arch located near the Ongpin Bridge

Next Entry : Sto Cristo De Longos De Binondo

Check Out The Rest of My Binondo Trip Here

Binondo ChurchPlaza San Lorenzo RuizNuestra Señora Dela Soledad De Manila Parish Cafe Mezzanine Seng Guan TempleLion and Dragon DancesLucky China TownCosplayers In BinondoSto Cristo De Longos De BinondoDong Bei DumplingsShanghai Fried SiopaoKuang Kong TempleSta Cruz Parish Church Sincerity Restaurant Ho-Land & Eng Bee Tin

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