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Before the big shopping malls of Davao City, there was the ALDEVINCO Shopping Center. It is an 8,370 square meter commercial complex located at the junction of Claro M. Recto Avenue and Manuel Roxas Boulevard, and was designed by a Filipino Architect Roman Solitaria of Manila. The ALDEVINCO Shopping Center, or fondly called as “ALDEVINCO” was opened to the public and inaugurated on January 2, 1965.

If you’re looking for handicrafts, shop around this rabbit warren of stalls with textiles, batik, weavings, carvings and jewellery. You can also pick up a malong, a traditional Mindanao tribal cloth used as a skirt, turban, blanket or baby carrier; handwoven ones run P1500, while cheap machine-made ones from China cost P300. Take your time and bargain – almost every day is a slow day. The stallholders are also keen to change euro and US dollars.


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