Carulla Poblado

3,000 COP – 600,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Healthy
  • What to Try: A well-rounded and large grocery store with everything from home goods to groceries. They sell salads, hot meals, and alcohol as well.
  • Pro Tips: It’s located on the corner of a busy street. Go earlier in the day to avoid tons of traffic.


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Tienda D1 Manila

1,000 COP – 50,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Commercial
  • What to Try: It’s right in the heart of Manila and super-easy to find. The prices are also much more affordable than Carulla.
  • Pro Tips: The store is on the smaller side, so there aren’t a ton of options. You won’t find prepared meals here.


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Turqsa Swimwear

140,000 COP – 250,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Chic
  • What to Try: There are more clothes tucked away in the back of the shop, so make sure to look thoroughly!
  • Pro Tips: The selection is limited, but the quality of the clothing is very high.


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Plan Alma

150,000 COP – 300,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Boho
  • What to Try: Gorgeous clothes, jewelry, and accessories. It’s the perfect place to pick up a gift for someone back home.
  • Pro Tips: There are no prices listed on the items so you’ll need to ask at the front desk.


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Tricycle Clothing Store

120,000 COP – 350,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Edgy
  • What to Try: It’s quite a small clothing store with a modern and edgy feel.
  • Pro Tips: The store is near La Fabryka – grab some clothes and gifts before heading next door for a coffee stop!


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Pequeña Gran Libreria

10,000 COP – 50,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Hole-in-the-Wall
  • What to Try: A very small bookstore with a great selection! There are quite a few English language books as well.
  • Pro Tips: There are two chess tables outside the store for you to sit at. Drink a beer and challenge the owner to a game.


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