Bonifacio’s market square, how can I say it, it’s more conventional, you can see the feeling of a big city, but it’s hard to tell what distinguishes the characteristics of the Philippines at a glance, it is another Singapore or Pudong at first glance
On the first night after arriving in the Philippines, under the leadership of local colleagues, I went around at random. It was a lively and prosperous city, and I heard that there are many local Chinese people, and I immediately felt intimacy.
There are restaurants and coffee bars around Bonifacio’s market square, and there are markets on weekends, a very lively place.
Located in the fortress of Bonifacio City, walking down the small street full of shops is at the end. From the square, you can see the cliffs and the famous "sand" rocks in the distance. There are several restaurants around the square. You can buy an ice cream and sit down and rest
The square is lively and fragrant, tourists are gathered, but also a street artiste showcases the feng shui treasure place.