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Welcome to Silahis Center! Your best museum ambience store taking you around the Philippine archipelago through arts and crafts. Since 1966 Silahis has been dedicated to developing a deeper understanding of the multi cultural heritage of the...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 19:00
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744 Gen. Luna Street | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines
At first I think here's somehow like a gallery. I didn't think it's a souvenir shop because of the way they design the shop. Everything is well arranged with a wide range of artifacts. Actually, if you just take a look, it's really beautiful place...More
A great selection of high quality crafts -especially wood crafts - from all over the Philippines conveniently located in the heart of Intramuros. Prices are quite high compared to Balik Bayan or even Kultura. But I always take visitors in to see the goods, if...More
An absolute thing of beauty! I went through the shop appreciating the arts, artifacts and Filipino handicrafts, with oohs and ahhs. Wish I had a deeper pocket to buy the exquisite wooden furniture pieces. Some were crazy expensive.
I recommend this place for those touring...More
We stopped by Silahis with intention of a quick browse that turned into longer excursion of inspecting various curio and art. It isn't only a souvenir store with knick knacks, whatnots but there is an abundance of Filipino crafts, art, antiques as well as the...More
The best place to bring our foreign tourist friends here. I am sure they will be impressed as i do. To those who valued real artwork and antiques there are a lot to choose from.
Best recommended. Quality Philippine products are here.
Today's gadgets have pushed arts and crafts of yesteryears to the dustbins of history. Even the caretakers and staff of Silahis laments the fact that today's kids - Millenials and Gen-Xes have virtually banished artisans of yesteryears to Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter and of course Facebook....More
This place is quite popular with the tourists . A bit off the beaten track, I try to bring my overseas visitors here and they usually come away Impressed with what they see. There even is an art gallery on the top floor. The place...More