Manila Guidebook

Michael Edward
Michael Edward
Liittyi 2019
Michael Edward

Manila Guidebook

Historic Walled City of Intramuros
Old-world Intramuros is home to Spanish-era landmarks like Fort Santiago, with a large stone gate and a shrine to national hero José Rizal. The ornate Manila Cathedral houses bronze carvings and stained glass windows, while the San Agustin Church museum has religious artwork and statues. Spanish colonial furniture and art fill Casa Manila museum, and horse-drawn carriages (kalesa) ply the area’s cobblestone streets.
Fort Santiago is a 16th-century citadel, a national landmark and a shrine to the hard-won freedom of the Philippines. It’s been a cornerstone of the country’s history, seeing the defeat of Rajah Sulayman the Spaniards, the invasion of the Chinese led by Limahong, and the first raising of the US flag that declared the beginning of American rule. The solid stone structure has an Italian-Spanish architectural style. Miguel Lopez de Legaspi built the fort for the newly established Manila City and named it after Spain's patron saint – St. James the Great. It’s also known as Fuerza de Santiago in Spanish or Moog ng Santiago in Tagalog.
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Fort Santiago
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Fort Santiago is a 16th-century citadel, a national landmark and a shrine to the hard-won freedom of the Philippines. It’s been a cornerstone of the country’s history, seeing the defeat of Rajah Sulayman the Spaniards, the invasion of the Chinese led by Limahong, and the first raising of the US flag that declared the beginning of American rule. The solid stone structure has an Italian-Spanish architectural style. Miguel Lopez de Legaspi built the fort for the newly established Manila City and named it after Spain's patron saint – St. James the Great. It’s also known as Fuerza de Santiago in Spanish or Moog ng Santiago in Tagalog.
The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila. It is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, a title for the Blessed Virgin Mary, the principal patroness of the country. The cathedral serves as the episcopal see of the Archbishop of Manila. The cathedral was originally a parish church in Manila under the Archdiocese of Mexico in 1571, until it became a separate diocese on February 6, 1579 upon the issuance of the papal bull, Illius Fulti Præsido by Pope Gregory XIII. The cathedral was damaged and destroyed several times since the original structure was built in 1581 while the eighth and current structure of the cathedral was completed in 1958. The basilica has merited a papal endorsement from Pope Gregory XIII and three apostolic visits from Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis. On 27 April 1981, Pope John Paul II issued papal bull Quod Ipsum designating the cathedral as a minor basilica by his own Motu Proprio.
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The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
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The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila. It is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, a title for the Blessed Virgin Mary, the principal patroness of the country. The cathedral serves as the episcopal see of the Archbishop of Manila. The cathedral was originally a parish church in Manila under the Archdiocese of Mexico in 1571, until it became a separate diocese on February 6, 1579 upon the issuance of the papal bull, Illius Fulti Præsido by Pope Gregory XIII. The cathedral was damaged and destroyed several times since the original structure was built in 1581 while the eighth and current structure of the cathedral was completed in 1958. The basilica has merited a papal endorsement from Pope Gregory XIII and three apostolic visits from Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis. On 27 April 1981, Pope John Paul II issued papal bull Quod Ipsum designating the cathedral as a minor basilica by his own Motu Proprio.
San Agustin Church , also known as the Archdiocesan Shrine of Nuestra Señora de Consolacion y Correa or the Immaculate Conception Parish, is a Roman Catholic church under the auspices of the Order of St. Augustine, located inside the historic walled city of Intramuros in Manila. Completed in 1607, it is the oldest stone church in the country. In 1993, San Agustin Church was one of four Philippine churches constructed during the Spanish colonial period to be designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, under the collective title Baroque Churches of the Philippines. It was named a National Historical Landmark by the Philippine government in 1976.
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San Agustin Church
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San Agustin Church , also known as the Archdiocesan Shrine of Nuestra Señora de Consolacion y Correa or the Immaculate Conception Parish, is a Roman Catholic church under the auspices of the Order of St. Augustine, located inside the historic walled city of Intramuros in Manila. Completed in 1607, it is the oldest stone church in the country. In 1993, San Agustin Church was one of four Philippine churches constructed during the Spanish colonial period to be designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, under the collective title Baroque Churches of the Philippines. It was named a National Historical Landmark by the Philippine government in 1976.
It's a rebuilding of a 19th-century Spanish colonial house that dates back to 1981. Each chamber at Casa Manila is furnished in ancient style with wooden furniture, ornaments, and works of art. It's a relevant tourist spot often included in a walking tour of Manila.
Casa Manila Intramuros
It's a rebuilding of a 19th-century Spanish colonial house that dates back to 1981. Each chamber at Casa Manila is furnished in ancient style with wooden furniture, ornaments, and works of art. It's a relevant tourist spot often included in a walking tour of Manila.
This was built from a circular tower that was initially intended to protect Manila during the Spanish times. This spot is where you can revel in nature, surrounded by colorful flowers and tiny trees.
Baluarte de San Diego
This was built from a circular tower that was initially intended to protect Manila during the Spanish times. This spot is where you can revel in nature, surrounded by colorful flowers and tiny trees.
Manila Bay
The joys of Manila Bay don’t stop at its stunning sunsets. First-time visitors to Manila will find plenty more to see and do around this famed body of water fronting the Philippines’ capital.
It's a promenade facing Manila Bay on Roxas Boulevard in Manila City, Philippines. The Baywalk is a two-kilometer path from U.S. Embassy, close to Rizal Park and the Philippines Cultural Center just past Manila Yacht Club.
Baywalk
It's a promenade facing Manila Bay on Roxas Boulevard in Manila City, Philippines. The Baywalk is a two-kilometer path from U.S. Embassy, close to Rizal Park and the Philippines Cultural Center just past Manila Yacht Club.
The Embassy of the United States of America to the Philippines is situated in the Chancery Building of the Manila American Embassy along Roxas Boulevard in Ermita, Manila. The Embassy has been representing the United States Government since the Philippines was granted independence on July 4, 1946.
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Embassy of the United States of America
1201 Roxas Blvd
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The Embassy of the United States of America to the Philippines is situated in the Chancery Building of the Manila American Embassy along Roxas Boulevard in Ermita, Manila. The Embassy has been representing the United States Government since the Philippines was granted independence on July 4, 1946.
The CCP Complex is an 88-hectare sport, cultural and art playground. The National Theater, Folk Arts Theater, CCP Library, and Archive, Philippine International Convention Center, Manila Film Center, and many more dominate the complex.
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Cultural Center of the Philippines
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The CCP Complex is an 88-hectare sport, cultural and art playground. The National Theater, Folk Arts Theater, CCP Library, and Archive, Philippine International Convention Center, Manila Film Center, and many more dominate the complex.
The BSP Money Museum, located in central Bangko in the Philippines, shows the development of the Filipino economy and its past. The displays are chronologically arranged from the Pre Hispanic Period, Spanish and Revolutionary Periods to the American, Japanese and present-day Republics. The museum is full of elegant barter coats, gold rocks, gold barter chains, old paper money, envelope bills, and silver two-world banknotes.
Museo ng Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Money Museum)
The BSP Money Museum, located in central Bangko in the Philippines, shows the development of the Filipino economy and its past. The displays are chronologically arranged from the Pre Hispanic Period, Spanish and Revolutionary Periods to the American, Japanese and present-day Republics. The museum is full of elegant barter coats, gold rocks, gold barter chains, old paper money, envelope bills, and silver two-world banknotes.
Located in the heart of Manila is Rizal Park, a landmark full of historical significance. The park is a homage to the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal. He was a doctor and novelist who was shot by firing squad at this site on December 30, 1896, on charges of fostering local rebellion against the Spanish government. Rizal Park features monuments, squares and gardens, large stadiums, observatories, an open-air concert hall,s, sound and light theaters, shops, food kiosks, playgrounds, and many fountains. The park is split into three areas, starting with the 16-hectare Agrifina Circle adjacent to Taft Avenue. It's where the Department of Tourism and the National Museum of Anthropology are situated. Then there's the northeastern segment; followed by the 22-hectare park extending down to Roxas Boulevard. Lastly, the central section finishing at the southwestern part contains Burnham Green. Join a Rizal Park tour with Intramuros to get the full experience of this local favorite destination.
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Rizal Park
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Located in the heart of Manila is Rizal Park, a landmark full of historical significance. The park is a homage to the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal. He was a doctor and novelist who was shot by firing squad at this site on December 30, 1896, on charges of fostering local rebellion against the Spanish government. Rizal Park features monuments, squares and gardens, large stadiums, observatories, an open-air concert hall,s, sound and light theaters, shops, food kiosks, playgrounds, and many fountains. The park is split into three areas, starting with the 16-hectare Agrifina Circle adjacent to Taft Avenue. It's where the Department of Tourism and the National Museum of Anthropology are situated. Then there's the northeastern segment; followed by the 22-hectare park extending down to Roxas Boulevard. Lastly, the central section finishing at the southwestern part contains Burnham Green. Join a Rizal Park tour with Intramuros to get the full experience of this local favorite destination.
National Museum Complex
The National Museum Complex in Rizal Park, Manila is composed of the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology and the National Museum of Natural History and is the home of the National Museum of the Philippines. The National Planetarium in Rizal Park, which was managed by the National Museum since 1975, was included in the complex.
The collection here contains both classical and contemporary Filipino paintings and sculptures. The famous paintings by the Philippine revolutionary artist Juan Luna, including The Spoliarium, are a must-see.
National Museum (Fine Arts)
1540 Antonio Rivera Street
The collection here contains both classical and contemporary Filipino paintings and sculptures. The famous paintings by the Philippine revolutionary artist Juan Luna, including The Spoliarium, are a must-see.
The National Museum of Anthropology is a component museum of the National Museum of the Philippines which houses Ethnological and Archaeological exhibitions. Built in 1916-1918 from a neoclassical design by Canadian-American architect Ralph Harrington Doane, the building formerly housed the Department of Finance. It also houses the wreck of the San Diego, ancient artifacts, and zoology divisions.
National Museum of Anthropology
The National Museum of Anthropology is a component museum of the National Museum of the Philippines which houses Ethnological and Archaeological exhibitions. Built in 1916-1918 from a neoclassical design by Canadian-American architect Ralph Harrington Doane, the building formerly housed the Department of Finance. It also houses the wreck of the San Diego, ancient artifacts, and zoology divisions.
In 2013, preparations were commenced to have the building host the National Museum of Natural History. The National Museum of the Philippines invited five architects to submit proposals for the retrofitting and chose the design of the team from Dominic Galicia Architects and interior designer Tina Periquet. Galicia's design involved the maintenance of the building's facade except for the addition of a glass dome supported by a double helix structure inspired by DNA. The dome and supporting structure was dubbed as the "Tree of Life" and will cover the courtyard of the six-storey building. The project, estimated to cost around ₱1 billion, was initially scheduled to be completed in 2015 in time for the 2015 APEC Summit.
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National Museum of Natural History
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In 2013, preparations were commenced to have the building host the National Museum of Natural History. The National Museum of the Philippines invited five architects to submit proposals for the retrofitting and chose the design of the team from Dominic Galicia Architects and interior designer Tina Periquet. Galicia's design involved the maintenance of the building's facade except for the addition of a glass dome supported by a double helix structure inspired by DNA. The dome and supporting structure was dubbed as the "Tree of Life" and will cover the courtyard of the six-storey building. The project, estimated to cost around ₱1 billion, was initially scheduled to be completed in 2015 in time for the 2015 APEC Summit.
The National Planetarium is 16-metre (52 ft) high and has a seating capacity of 310. It is equipped with a GM-15-S Goto starball projector acquired since 1975. It features four daily regular shows and a permanent exhibit in the main building featuring paintings of Philippine astronomical myths and beliefs and diorama representations of the Solar System, major constellations and astronomists. In 2012, the National Planetarium had more than 40,000 visitors, mostly students from Metro Manila and nearby provinces. Its exhibition drew over 2,000 visitors.
National Planetarium
Rizal Park Padre Burgos Ave
The National Planetarium is 16-metre (52 ft) high and has a seating capacity of 310. It is equipped with a GM-15-S Goto starball projector acquired since 1975. It features four daily regular shows and a permanent exhibit in the main building featuring paintings of Philippine astronomical myths and beliefs and diorama representations of the Solar System, major constellations and astronomists. In 2012, the National Planetarium had more than 40,000 visitors, mostly students from Metro Manila and nearby provinces. Its exhibition drew over 2,000 visitors.
Manila Food Trip
One of the best things to do in Manila is to have a gastronomic adventure, what better way to than trying some food trips! Try street food such as the infamous embryo of the shell or cooked duck. There are also fish balls, kwek-kwek, kikiam, taho, and sorbets (cheesecake) that are generally marketed in tiny shops. Try Halo-halo, a Filipino famous dessert of rasped cake and evaporated milk, with several components for a delicious snack. Aside from Binondo, you can have a local food trip here:
You can't leave Binondo without feasting on authentic Chinese delicacies such as dumplings, frozen scallions, lumpia, oyster cake, kiampong and stir fry tofu.
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Binondo
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You can't leave Binondo without feasting on authentic Chinese delicacies such as dumplings, frozen scallions, lumpia, oyster cake, kiampong and stir fry tofu.
Several local restaurants started on this 2.2-kilometer road as hole-in-the-wall food places before becoming increasingly popular due to locals loving the vibrant and trendy atmosphere.
Maginhawa
Several local restaurants started on this 2.2-kilometer road as hole-in-the-wall food places before becoming increasingly popular due to locals loving the vibrant and trendy atmosphere.
As you started walking around this street, you wouldn’t feel the pressure between these two giant universities, because as we all know, University of the East, and Far Eastern University is said to be the mortal enemies inside the court every UAAP Season. But in R.Papa Street, you would see a lot of warriors and tamaraws eating together, sharing seats, and enjoying each other’s company. This is a street that most of the college students are fun of calling it as the “Hepa Lane”. Hepa Lane is said to be stalls of different street foods such as kikiams, kwek kwek, fish balls, isaw, calamares, hotdogs, burgers, fries, and a lot more. It was located in R.Papa Street; it’s in between the Lepanto Gate of UE and FEU Gymnasium.
R.Papa
As you started walking around this street, you wouldn’t feel the pressure between these two giant universities, because as we all know, University of the East, and Far Eastern University is said to be the mortal enemies inside the court every UAAP Season. But in R.Papa Street, you would see a lot of warriors and tamaraws eating together, sharing seats, and enjoying each other’s company. This is a street that most of the college students are fun of calling it as the “Hepa Lane”. Hepa Lane is said to be stalls of different street foods such as kikiams, kwek kwek, fish balls, isaw, calamares, hotdogs, burgers, fries, and a lot more. It was located in R.Papa Street; it’s in between the Lepanto Gate of UE and FEU Gymnasium.
This is the name of Makati's famous food trucks. They're affordable and found within area points in Makati such as Sisig from Rada Street, Mang Lirio's from Palanca Street, and Bulalo and Pares from Esteban Street.
Jolly Jeep
This is the name of Makati's famous food trucks. They're affordable and found within area points in Makati such as Sisig from Rada Street, Mang Lirio's from Palanca Street, and Bulalo and Pares from Esteban Street.
This is an area renowned for its charming and eclectic vibe. Kapitolyo has two primary roads. East Drive features cheaper, more inexpensive establishments, while West Drive offers more intimate dates and unique events.
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Kapitolyo
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This is an area renowned for its charming and eclectic vibe. Kapitolyo has two primary roads. East Drive features cheaper, more inexpensive establishments, while West Drive offers more intimate dates and unique events.
Shop until you Drop in Manila Stores
Shopping is one of the most enjoyable activities you can do in Manila because of the multitude of malls that we have. Here are some of the best places to shop in the metro:
This is a shopping mall in the Philippines of Tondo, Manila. It is renowned for its low price stores and its various manufacturing facilities. It's often combined with a shopping tour in Binondo Chinatown.
Divisoria
540 Commercio Street
This is a shopping mall in the Philippines of Tondo, Manila. It is renowned for its low price stores and its various manufacturing facilities. It's often combined with a shopping tour in Binondo Chinatown.
There are a lot of shops in Quiapo. For gadgets, you can go to Raon and Hidalgo Street. For arts and handicrafts, you can go to Palanca Street and Plaza Miranda. Go to Quinta Market and Carriedo Street for other necessities.
Quiapo
There are a lot of shops in Quiapo. For gadgets, you can go to Raon and Hidalgo Street. For arts and handicrafts, you can go to Palanca Street and Plaza Miranda. Go to Quinta Market and Carriedo Street for other necessities.
It's a charming shopping mall and has a mix of thrift stalls and significant shops. There are also excellent restaurants around.
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Greenhills Mall
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It's a charming shopping mall and has a mix of thrift stalls and significant shops. There are also excellent restaurants around.
This place in Pasig City has it all. From indigenous cuisine, fashion wear and clothing, furniture, antiquities, arts and crafts, private care, crops, and animals. Tiendesitas has shops from over 450 merchants, most of whom offer specialty goods, mainly from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
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Tiendesitas
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This place in Pasig City has it all. From indigenous cuisine, fashion wear and clothing, furniture, antiquities, arts and crafts, private care, crops, and animals. Tiendesitas has shops from over 450 merchants, most of whom offer specialty goods, mainly from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
SM Mall of Asia or MOA is particularly famous for both domestic and international visitors. It is the biggest shopping center in the Philippines and has several establishments. It's often a part of a bargain shopping experience in Manila.
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SM Mall of Asia
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SM Mall of Asia or MOA is particularly famous for both domestic and international visitors. It is the biggest shopping center in the Philippines and has several establishments. It's often a part of a bargain shopping experience in Manila.
It's the second-largest shopping mall in the Philippines. Aside from their various stores in the different buildings, they have their own Mega Fashion Hall.
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SM Megamall
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It's the second-largest shopping mall in the Philippines. Aside from their various stores in the different buildings, they have their own Mega Fashion Hall.
The establishment combines high-end boutiques, restaurants, amenities, leisure, and entertainment events. The Mall now includes five components: 2 rooms, two outdoor shops and Greenbelt 5, which were introduced in 2007.
Greenbelt 5
The establishment combines high-end boutiques, restaurants, amenities, leisure, and entertainment events. The Mall now includes five components: 2 rooms, two outdoor shops and Greenbelt 5, which were introduced in 2007.
Family Destinations
Inaugurated in March 2008, the park is famous for its most massive drawing–the Oceanarium in the Philippine Archipelago. The Oceanarium contains more than 13000 ocean animals of approx. Two hundred seventy-seven species that are native to Southeast Asia and comprises 3,000 cubic meters of ocean waters split into seven parts. The water used in this attraction is obtained from the newly upgraded Manila Bay. To make the water ideal for marine animals, the center must filter it through a variety of techniques. The park is also highly informative and instructional, especially for sightseeing activities.
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Manila Ocean Park
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Inaugurated in March 2008, the park is famous for its most massive drawing–the Oceanarium in the Philippine Archipelago. The Oceanarium contains more than 13000 ocean animals of approx. Two hundred seventy-seven species that are native to Southeast Asia and comprises 3,000 cubic meters of ocean waters split into seven parts. The water used in this attraction is obtained from the newly upgraded Manila Bay. To make the water ideal for marine animals, the center must filter it through a variety of techniques. The park is also highly informative and instructional, especially for sightseeing activities.
A wonderful and exciting adventure awaits you at Enchanted Kingdom Laguna. The Philippines' first and only theme park, EK as known to locals, is located in the first class city of Santa Rosa in Laguna, just a 1 hour drive from Metro Manila. This world class theme park boasts several rides and attractions scattered across seven themed zones ranging from interactive motion theaters, live attractions, to popular thrill-seeking rides such as the Space Shuttle, EKstreme Tower, Jungle Log Jam, and many more!
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Enchanted Kingdom
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A wonderful and exciting adventure awaits you at Enchanted Kingdom Laguna. The Philippines' first and only theme park, EK as known to locals, is located in the first class city of Santa Rosa in Laguna, just a 1 hour drive from Metro Manila. This world class theme park boasts several rides and attractions scattered across seven themed zones ranging from interactive motion theaters, live attractions, to popular thrill-seeking rides such as the Space Shuttle, EKstreme Tower, Jungle Log Jam, and many more!
The Mind Museum is the non-profit project of Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. It is dedicated to providing an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public understanding of science.
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The Mind Museum
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The Mind Museum is the non-profit project of Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. It is dedicated to providing an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public understanding of science.
Malacañang Palace is the official building and principal department of the President of the Philippines. It's generally connected to Mendiola Street in San Miguel, Manila. Often the President and his counselors use the term 'Malacañang' as a metonym. Malacañang's comprehensive scheme of mansions includes many mansions and departments, primarily built in neoclassical style. Among the many heritage trips in the country, visiting Malacanang Palace is worth the immersion.
Malacañang Palace Presidential Museum and Library
Malacañang Palace is the official building and principal department of the President of the Philippines. It's generally connected to Mendiola Street in San Miguel, Manila. Often the President and his counselors use the term 'Malacañang' as a metonym. Malacañang's comprehensive scheme of mansions includes many mansions and departments, primarily built in neoclassical style. Among the many heritage trips in the country, visiting Malacanang Palace is worth the immersion.
This is a great spot to see desserts, eat them and take artistic pictures as well. Buying an admission ticket in Dessert Museum is worth it as it's unique and different from other museums.
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The Dessert Museum
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This is a great spot to see desserts, eat them and take artistic pictures as well. Buying an admission ticket in Dessert Museum is worth it as it's unique and different from other museums.
It's recognized as the first cultural interactive museum that showcases different cultures and tribes in the Philippines. A Lakbay Museo admission ticket brings you on an unforgettable journey through the island through displays and activities that catch the essence of Filipino society as a whole.
Lakbay Museo
It's recognized as the first cultural interactive museum that showcases different cultures and tribes in the Philippines. A Lakbay Museo admission ticket brings you on an unforgettable journey through the island through displays and activities that catch the essence of Filipino society as a whole.
Explore the Modern Cities of Manila
One of the most exciting things to do in Manila is to visit its aesthetic and modern business districts. What way to discover its relevance than joining a Modern Manila trip? There's much to learn from the remnants of the past, and how it's incorporated in the present, which is why it's also great to join a Manila tour with modern and historical attractions. After all, the Philippines is a progressive country. Here are some of the modern cities of Manila you can visit during your trip:
In addition to being one of the significant financial, academic, and business institutions in all Asia, it is the economic core of the Philippines. It has a remarkable multicultural culture and notoriety as the central amusement hub of the region of Manila.
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Makati
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In addition to being one of the significant financial, academic, and business institutions in all Asia, it is the economic core of the Philippines. It has a remarkable multicultural culture and notoriety as the central amusement hub of the region of Manila.
More known as BGC, It's a leisure district in Metro Manila, Philippines. Besides the high structures, you'll most probably see, you'll also love the high-end retail stores. You can dine in world-class hotels, and be amused by multiple activities.
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Bonifacio Global City
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More known as BGC, It's a leisure district in Metro Manila, Philippines. Besides the high structures, you'll most probably see, you'll also love the high-end retail stores. You can dine in world-class hotels, and be amused by multiple activities.