Manila is the capital city of the Philippines. New and old are interwoven with each other in this city which integrates eastern and western culture. Because it was once ruled by Spain, this place has quite the southwestern European atmosphere. Manila has a forest of skyscrapers. Its many streets and churches hold a hundred years of history, as well as gardens, alleys and byways full of blooming flowers. Downtown Manila is an excellent place to appreciate the city’s Spanish style. The Manila Cathedral, or Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, San Augustin Church and the Casa Manila museum are all located in the city. You can take a horse-drawn carriage tour around to visit them. Manila Bay, especially the waterfront Roxas Boulevard, is a beautiful place from which to watch the sunset. You also visit some places in the suburban outskirts of Manila, such as Tagatai to hike up the volcano or Pagsanjan to take part in exciting activities like rafting.
Omar GERMANYchina town is one best places in manila but manila has so many different places which you will be amazed by once you get down there.I Highly recommand get a local guide to get best of town, otherwise you will suffer because town is abit danger.tourism are always double charge and target of frauduletster.watch out but all is Gonna be good
_FB***60we need not travel far frommanila have an adventure. Located in the heart of Old Manila, Intramuros Manila (“within the walls” when translated literally from Spanish) is one of the Philippines’ biggest cultural and historical landmarks.The Walled City and its famous citadel Fort Santiago were the seat of government during the Spanish colonial period. Now, it is still very much a living, breathing city with universities, government offices, banks, hotels, and restaurants—and it is well worth the visit. The best part is you can enjoy most parts of Intramuros Manila without breaking the bank!
Gloria DivaStill widely known as 'Luneta' (its name until the 1950s), Manila’s iconic central park is spread out over some 60 hectares of open lawns, ornamental gardens, ponds, paved walks and wooded areas, dotted with monuments to a whole pantheon of Filipino heroes. As the place where José Rizal was executed by the Spanish colonial authorities, it's also of great historical significance.
Intramuros of Manila is a good place to stroll. It is also known as Wall City. The castle was then built by Spanish people to rule the Philippines. Now, you can see carriages run through the city freely. Buildings here are old and historic. You only need to take one day to feel like you’ve gone back in time.
Known as the “country of a thousand islands,” the Philippines is full of surprises. Travelers can explore history and the arts in Manila, relax along some of the world’s best beaches on Boracay, dive under the waves on Bohol, or explore countless coves and bays on Palawan. With delicious cuisine, friendly people, and a proud culture, there are near infinite possibilities available to travelers. In this short article, we will survey several popular destinations and recommend things to see. When planning a trip to the Philippines, focus on what you hope to experience and narrow your focus to a few locations.
SM Mall of Asia is one of the largest malls in the Philippines, and even makes the list of the world's largest malls, too. It's certainly not your run-of-the-mill mall but is more of a tourist destination with lots to offer in terms of shopping, leisure, and entertainment. Situated right by the scenic Manila Bay, the mall is a sprawling complex boasting top-tier facilities and a good mix of local and global brands. You can easily spend a day or 2 here shopping or enjoying a drink by the bay in the evening.
At the National Museum of Fine Arts. Free of charge here. Perfect for learners, visitors, and individuals interested in the history of the arts. I like the part full of old images from 1800 the best. They've taken me back to the past. The clothes in the photo are extraordinary. The building looks so amazing, and the exhibition suits it. The artifacts are arranged well. It reminds me of a European museum.
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great day in Manila City 😊
I really love this place, very lovely. Lots of people gathered here at sunset to relax. The piped in peaceful music making for a wonderful atmosphere. The scenery is wonderful, including the surrounding area, and it is well-maintained, making it a popular place for citizens to relax. Every night, a fountain show using LEDs is held, and many people from children to the elderly crowd. It is a popular spot for tourists.
I invited my family to stay in Manila for the holidays because I can’t go home due to work. We visited Intramuros and toured around riding a kalesa (horse-drawn carriage).
Was kind of intrigue with the reviews so I tried Four Season Cuisine. The place is pretty decent compared to other restaurants. The food is good too. I tried mixed noodles and dumplings and both equally satisfying. Nonetheless it's an okay restaurant for everyday dine in.
Two cities on different islands, no train links pro! The most convenient course is to fly! You can look at the ticket price of Cebu Pacific Air, which is a low-cost airline. When you sell more than 100 RMB, you have a deal!