Davao's Uyanguren Is Newest Location Of Popular 168 Mall
The mall, which does not really look like your traditional mall but merely a place where stalls are located, is already operational but as of last week only a few stalls have opened to the public.
City councilor Susabel Reta has pushed for the naming of this district as Chinatown considering that most of the stores here are owned by the Chinese. Lately though, the street has been invaded by Korean businessmen so the name might be a misnomer.
The opening of the mall is very timely for Christmas shopping but then again watch out for China-made food and other items that might be dangerous to your health.