I absolutely loved Ikea because there are so many stuff you can find for home: furnitures, fixtures, accessories, utensils, etc. I brought some kiddie stuff for my kid here in ikea. First area is the modular display of how they design small-sized spaces (condominiums) of course with the furnitures and fixtures used are theirs. Then there is the also kid's area that have toys (wooden), stuffed, kiddie rooms showcase, kid's play area. They also have an area for the kitchen which have a huge selection of cooking utensils, dining stuff. Living room (arrangements) sofa wall-clock they even have stuff like batteries, and the last one has to be the ornaments and lighting fixtures. What's wonderful is that they have tons of sale items and when I mean sale, it's really Sale. Where can you find a nice design wall clock that goes on sale for P30/piece (if converted to Local currency). And what makes ikea spectacular in its sense is that after all the shopping and after paying for the stuff bought, there's a dining area that serves local delicacies and the "to-die-for" meatballs (i forgot already what it's called), the chicken... Trekking ikea you should allot yourself half-day and would recommend one-day if you are a newbie.
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