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LIST: 5 places in Manila where you can shop for unique Christmas decor this 2022

By Catherine Kris Ciar Published Nov 07, 2022 4:39 pm

Shoppers, 'tis the season to buy Christmas decorations! 

With Christmas just around the corner, we're sure you are looking for decorations to spice up your home, particularly unique pieces that will make your home stand out and be a conversation starter.  

Fear not; we have prepared a list of unique places to buy your Christmas decorations that will surely make your home stand out!   

Divisoria (Recto Avenue, Binondo, Manila) 

Who hasn't heard of Divisoria? For those on a budget, this is the go-to place where you can buy everything you need and of course, Christmas goods aren't an exception! Christmas decorations are undoubtedly among the numerous cheaply priced bargains available at Divisoria. Buy everything you need at a low price, from garlands to ribbons and Christmas trees to Santa Claus goods.

Divisoria is also where you can get competitive and test your bargaining skills. Who doesn't want to shop at a discounted price? Since Divisoria also sells goods other than Christmas-themed, why not take a detour and buy an early gift for your loved ones? Cheaper goods don't always mean inferior quality. You just need to have a keen eye to see the hidden gems that the place has to offer.  

Dapitan Arcade (Kanlaon Street, Quezon City)  

Is a set-up shop like "tiangge" more of your vibe? Be sure to check out Dapitan Arcade in Kanlaon Street in Quezon City. The area is one of the best locations to go when seeking affordable Christmas decorations in Manila. In fact, Dapitan Arcade is a terrific area to shop all year.

This shopping mecca has a great range of houseware and decorative things all year, including dishes, mugs, and pillows. Use your bargaining skills to snag the best deals and take home the decorations you want at a reasonable price. With a shop with everything for you and a place where you can save, you surely don't want to miss and check out the area.   

Natural Art (Tayuman Street, Manila) 

Set up a Christmas tree and adorn it with poinsettias, pine sprays, and natural art lights. Other gems include Santa Claus and Snowman statuettes, village cottages, and candy canes, which can be found in their store in Tondo, Manila. 

There's no better way to decorate Christmas decorations without the sparkles and glitter. Decorate your Christmas tree with poinsettias, pine sprays, wreaths, and more covered in gold and glitters. Don't worry; their style isn't overpowering as they make it look elegant while giving your home a bright and classy look. Natural art also offers snowman statuettes, candy canes, village cottages, Santa Claus, and more in their Tayuman Street, Manila shop. However, if Manila is too far, then don't worry.

Their "Golden Season's products" are also available in stores near you, such as SM Department Stores, Robinsons, and more. So be sure to check out their Facebook page for more information.  

Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation (Zorra Street, Quezon City) 

We might not have native reindeer in our country, but why not have one that can spice up your home? Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation indeed goes with its name by having unique decoration. Want to have a reindeer outside your house? Then pick one that suits your taste because they have many of them in various designs.

Besides reindeer, they also have polar bears, candy cane flowers, multiple ribbons, unique balls, flowers, lanterns, string lights, garlands, and more. Purchase whatever your heart desires in this store that provides wholesale Christmas decorations. You can find pieces that, just like their name, can make your home unique! 

Kultura Filipino (Available via their online shop, malls, and departments stores) 

Since we’re on the topic of supporting our fellow Filipino artists, why not kick it up a notch with Kultura Filipino? Decorate your home with patriotic decorations! The shop sells Filipino-made wreaths, lanterns, candle holders, Santa Claus figurines, various ornaments made from capiz shells, and burlap. Not only that, but they also tend to decorate giant Christmas trees, all made from Filipino materials.  

You can find Kultura shops in various malls and department stores nationwide. If you don’t want to order in person, they also have an online shop accessible to anyone. Embrace a modern Filipino with your Christmas decorations with Kultura Filipino.