Favorite Bookstore Tour!!! BOOKS! BOOKS! MORE BOOKS!

Today, I decided to go to the Fully Booked branch at Bonifacio Global City and give you amazing people a tour of the place! This bookstore is pretty much my favorite bookstore ever. It’s spacious, has a nice ambiance, and has super friendly staff who’d help you locate or reserve or special order any book of your choice. Plus, did I mention how big it is? It has four levels. FOUR LEVELS OF PURE BOOK-AWESOMENESS. There’s even a Starbucks in the third floor in case you want to start reading your book immediately with your daily dose of caffeine.

And today I’d like to show it to you all.

Did you find a book that caught your fancy? What do you think of the place? What are your favorite bookstores and what makes them awesome in your opinion?

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A 21 years old Filipina who loves books, games, languages, and most especially, food. Secretly wishes to be an astronaut so she can explore the stars. Has a love-hate relationship with Philippine politics. To get in her good graces, offer her Foie Gras, Or shrimp. Or a JRPG. A YA sci-fi book works, too. You can follow her on twitter here: @kawaiileena


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  1. says

    I have decided that I do not spend enough time in bookstores! We have nothing like that here and I’m so envious that you do! Our “big” store is a B&N which is big but nothing like that. One story and that is it!
    Thanks so much for sharing this! All those books to look at, so divine!
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  2. says

    That book store is really amazing! Jesus Christ, are you sure it’s not Heaven? Where I live, there are no book stores like that one, yet I am really grateful for them (my life depens on it).

    P.S.: Are you really sure that’s not Heaven?
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  3. says

    Oh my gosh, this is the greatest video ever. I loved it! Can I move there? Like, I just want to live in that town and go to that bookstore and never leaver. I loved the displays! And seeing all the ToG books and ACoTAR made me happy.<3

    I don't really have a favorite bookstore really? I mean, I like Barnes and Noble, but it's only one story. The one in my hometown was two stories. I like this used bookstore called The Dusty Bookshelf in my hometown but it wasn't super awesome, but still pretty nice. My library has a little bookstore inside it which is nice.
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  4. Kim says

    I’m ashamed to say that even though I live in Metro Manila, I still haven’t been to BGC yet! It’s just that QC is so far from BGC and I hate dealing with the traffic! :(

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  5. says

    I really wish I live close to Fully Booked BGC. I’ve only been there a couple of times. The nearest Fully Booked to me is the one in SM North Edsa branch (and I’m still quite far from that one -__-) and maybe the one around DLSU which is quite close to my university. Great video. I literally had my jaw dropped as you walk around the YA Section, lol.
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  6. says

    Holy crap, a four floor bookstore! That’s HUGE. The biggest bookstore in my city is two floors, but the first floor is super narrow, so it’s basically the size of one floor in most other bookstores.
    Wow, that YA section looks seriously amazing. It looks like it has everything!
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  7. says

    Oh my gosh that bookstore looks like heaven Faye! I don’t think I would ever leave! I love how it has some the newest releases there already (my bookstore never does!) and look at all the hardback editions (I love collecting all my hardback editions, so would certainly go out on a shopping spree there). Thanks for sharing this great video with us, I know that if I ever visit the Philippines that is one place I would be visiting for sure!
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    I was going to say it reminds me very much of our Barnes and Noble until I saw it had a second floor! Stellar! The set up is a lot like B&N here (on the first floor). We have a Starbucks in our B&N. I don’t go there as much as I used to when Sebastian was a youngster, and we were going to the monthly Harry Potter club meetings and events. Ordering on line keeps me out of the bookstores, too. I bought a hardcover of Inkheart at B&N a couple of weeks ago and it was $26.00! We have an indie bookstore downtown in the business district, but again, the book prices are astronomical. I do buy a lot of bookish gifts there for birthdays and holidays because they have a great selection priced fairly well (and free gift wrapping). I loved this video tour post. :D
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  9. says

    Ohhhh, I’m so insanely jealous that we don’t have anything like that in Melbourne. Holy eff, that’s impressive, not to mention the YA section. Now just between us, have you ever hid behind the shelves when it’s almost closing time and hope they don’t notice you? I’d be trying to get locked in there overnight


    Thanks for the tour Faye, really enjoyed it! <3
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  10. says

    Oooh that bookstore looks amazing! There’s nothing like that here anymore, we used to have a two storey Borders, but they they closed :( there’s plenty of little bookstores though, I get my massive store fix when I’m overseas :)

    Great video!
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  11. says

    When we were there in March, I went to Fully Booked somewhere in Pampanga. Unfortunately, it wasn’t nearly as big as this one. They had some good selections, but I was mostly looking for Aussie teen fictions. Didn’t find too many.

    Anyway, saw China Rich Girlfriend! <3

    Thanks for sharing, Faye!
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  12. says

    *drools shamelessly*

    Oh, goodness. I am seriously considering moving to the Philippines just for this store. It is absolutely gorgeous – and four levels of bookish wonder?! Have I died and gone to heaven? ;) The biggest store where I live spans quite a wide area, but alas, it’s only one floor – and there’s no beautiful art (MADE OF BOOKS WHAT IS THIS MADNESS) to ogle at either. Thank you so much for sharing, Faye – I adore this video! xx
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