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Shopping in the Philippines, Grab the Chance While You Are There!!!

What both Filipino and foreign shoppers like when shopping in the Philippines is its relatively low-priced items for sale. When we went here in Europe from the Philippines, we made it a point to shop for our nephew living in Milan. We bought the remote controlled helicopter toy from Toy Kingdom at the SM Megamall in Mandaluyong.

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The heli toy was really good and we have paid for thirty Euros for it. Comparably, when we looked for prices of toys in Italy after we arrive, it (what we bought in Philippines) was very cheap for the good quality it has and for the uniqueness it has. Since many gave helicopter toys to our nephew, no one has really given a free flying toy solely with remote control and without a cable attachment. However, we have to admit that the prices of their toy gifts ranges from thirty to one hundred Euros even without a free-flying feature. What I am trying to tell here is, if you happen to be in the Philippines, don’t miss your chance to shop for cheaper toys. There are lots of them at the Toy Kingdom stores.

Most of the SM (ShoeMart) malls in the Philippines have a Toy Kingdom store within. You might wonder why. Toy Kingdom is also part of the stores owned by the giant magnate that owns SM malls. Actually, toys from this store are not only for kids. I found myself choosing and hugging stuffed toys whenever I pay a visit to buy some toys for cousins. Moreover, kids stuffs aside from toys can be found at Toy Kingdom such as strollers, cribs, candies stands, chocolates and books, but of course they have these designs for kids. Don’t miss the fun when you are in the Philippines. Visit Toy Kingdom and see the King of toy stores in the country!

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10 comments:

NovaS said...

Hmmm.. i could agree with you on this too, i mean, for me i don't pay attention to the brand, as long as it works perfectly fine when i bought it. my stances is that even if i buy a very expensive toy, it's a matter of who play and how they play with the toy.. ug yam-angan gani.. masking pinaka mahal ug very good quality ang usa ka butang.. ug di tarungon ug ampingan.. wala jud...

Faith and Facts said...

While my wife would love the shopping, I fear she would buy too much to take home on the plane. I, on the other hand, would love the low priced scuba diving. It is some of the best in the world.

The Holy Land and the Philippines are at the top of my list for places I want to go but have not been yet.

Reviewer said...

yeah, I don't care which brand the toy is, as long as it works. However, I will sometimes go with the cheapest item, being the little cheapskate I am.

Vikki said...

A visit to TK or any other toy store is a guilty pleasure of mine because I didn't have much toys as a child. :D

Suburban Survivalist said...

We have had several of the big toy stores in the USA go out of business. As this economic problem going around the world continues, I wonder how it will affect toy stores there and elsewhere. I'm also wondering if the toys will get cheaper or more expensive from as USD point of view as time goes on.

Photoblogger said...

Yep, I agree with the price being cheaper. Living in the Philippines is great with everything affordable. I remember getting out of the country and gasping at the prices that I called impossible.

denologis said...

What I will do when I go shopping? I will buy a window, as I mostly a Window Shopper. :D
**i don't have a huge money to buy more than a window, a view**

Badet said...

Some tourists, Europeans and Americans includes shopping in their itinerary while visiting the Philippines because goods are cheaper. They also frequent our bazaars and tiangges because they don't have one in their own country.

joe-an said...

helpful tips.it's good to know that.btw, can't find your widget.

Anonymous said...

Necessity knows no law.