The largest park in Manila.There are a number of rides,monuments,food stalls and quiet places to enjoy in and around this park.Well worth a visit to relax away from the noise of the city.
San Sebastian Church is the only steel gothic church in Asia. The pre-fabricated steel is from Belgium. It is one of UNESCO world heritage. The church is beautiful inside out with impressive altars.
Music Museum is in the Greenhills Shopping Center Complex. You can watch concerts featuring local artists after a tiring day of shopping.
finally something extraordinary to visit.
great place, but not completely finished yet.
Enjoy the foot spa... very interesting feeling! Don't miss it!
San Agustin Church was built in 1607 and is considered the oldest surviving building in Philippines. It was designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site.
It is a historical church, located across the Pasig river from Intramuros and the home of Chinatown in Manila.
Manila Zoo is being maintained by the City Goverment of Manila. Major renovation was initiated by Mayor Lito Atienza.
Entrance fees of 40 per adult, 20 per child
One of the theme parks in the country. Although not as popular as Enchanted Kingdom - a lot of people still visit this place. Cheaper than EK also.
Only 100 peso.open between 9am-5pm.
I found the recovered wreck of the San Diego the most interesting to see.
And the Tabon Man (a skull from 24000BC)
RIZAL PARK TAKES IN A GOOD SIZE AREA. ITS NICE TO TAKE A STROL AROUND. THERE WERE FOUNTAINS, POI PONDS, CHINESE GARDENS. SNACKBARS. LOTS OF SHADY AREAS. I'M SURE IT'S EVEN NICER NOW.
WHILE LIVING IN MANILA, WHEN WE WERE BETWEEN BUSINESES WE LIVED ON UPPER MABINI ST. SO ME, MY WIFE AND DAUGHTER SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN RIZAL PARK.
MAYON SURE DID'NT LOOK LIKE THIS WHEN I WAS THERE !! WHEN LOOKING AT IT OUT MY WINDOW YOU COULD SEE THE SMOKE RISE UP OUT OF THE TOP. AND I WOULD STARE AND WONDER. WHENS IT GONNA BLOW ??
It is the largest catholic church in Manila which was destroied in the past for two times and re-constructed as the present one.
Minutes away from Rizal park is this museum, entry free but does't really have anything to see inside or perhaps i'm not ane expert. Plenty of rooms were being renovated when i visited.
The Philippines, being a predominantly Catholic country, has so many churches (old and new). Try to visit some of the old and historic ones like this one in Pasig City...
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