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  • 1. Intramuros

    The National Press Club of the Philippines is located at 1 Magallenas Drive just at the end of Jones Bridge which leads to Chinatown. When it was formed in 1952 the members were only journalists as TV...

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  • 2. Manila Bay

    IF YOU'RE in Manila and in need of a nice, inexpensive place to while away a late afternoon or an early evening and really enjoy it, try The Baywalk. Manila Baywalk has done wonders to the city of...

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  • 3. Luneta

    We recently visited last Sunday, November 17, 2013. There was plenty of people even at night and we were wondering what they were waiting for. Most families spreaded their mats around and having...

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  • 4. Chinatown

    Just near the Goodwill Gate you will come across this Feng Shui Store which is a popular place for the local Chinese to buy their Feng Shui items and Yin Yang Charms. The store is packed to the...

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  • 5. Malls

    At "Mall of Asia" there is a surprise awaiting you, the ICESKATING ... :) In the permanent heat of 30 degrees celcius, even not to skate but be next to the iceskating field gives a superb cooling...

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  • 6. Malate

    I could hardly believe my eyes when i noticed the Scottish Rite Temple as the MRT train sped by, so on my next journey i was ready with my camera and although i have not yet visited it, i have done...

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  • 7. City Scene

    MalacaƱan Palace is special to me because... We were treated as VIPs during dad's promotion. The main picture here shows former President Corazon Aquino (I just came from the beach so I had an extra...

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  • 8. Makati

    "Fort Bonifacio" is an urban development in Taguig City, Metro Manila. It also has residential condominiums, restaurants, bars, clubs, and many retail outlets. Mostly expats living in Manila, and...

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  • 9. Paco Park

    Paco Park is just a 5 minute walk from the Padre Faura exit of Robinson's Shopping Mall in Ermita. There is a small entrance charge which was 10 pesos i think, but it is quite a pleasant place to sit...

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  • 10. Manila American Cemetery

    The American Cemetery in Manila is a memorial to the men who gave their lives trying to protect the citizens of the Philippines from the Japanese or upon it's recapture from the Japanese. Standing in...

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  • 11. OBSERVE THE BARGES ON THE PASIG RIVER

    Quite a few barges are tugged up and down the Pasig River, usually transporting fuel to different depots. Oil spills have occurred on the river which is already...

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  • 12. Jeepney

    Take a ride on a Jeepney, they are cheap and really cheerful. These trucks where leftover American army vehicles from World War 2, and where soon put to good...

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  • 13. Manila a really modern city.

    This was not the small city I was imagining before the trip. I was expecting a fair sized city, with poverty and luxury kept far from each other. But this is...

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  • 14. The poorer areas.

    Amongst the wealth of the city, are patches of houses were the people who generally service the city live. Sure, these are poorer areas, but no where near as...

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  • 15. SM Mega Mall of Asia, in Manila

    No doubt about it, this Mall was huge, and believe me I know, my wife has dragged me around enough of them, and this place was my worst nightmare.The biggest...

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  • 16. Luneta (Rizal Park)

    Luneta is now known as Rizal Park and formerly as bagumbayan during the Spanish Times and this is the area where the National Hero, Jose Rizal, was exucuted by...

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  • 17. Quiapo District

    Quiapo District is the old shopping area of Manila, way before progress and the ginormous malls began sprouting around the Metropolis. Quiapo District is home...

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  • 18. World Trade Center

    The World Trade Center, located in Pasay City, near the Sofitel Hotel Manila is the primary venue for exhibitions, road shows and trade fairs both local and...

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  • 19. DRIVING LICENSE, DEGREES, BIRTH CERTIFICATES

    Recto Avenue is located in Binondo ( the nearest MRT stop is Recto Avenue or Doreteo Jose ) and the street is lined with countless stalls selling fake I D s,...

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  • 20. THE GROUNDS OF BACLARAN CHURCH

    Wander around the grounds of the church and you will see a plaque commemorating Pope John Paul II visit in 1981. Also by the entrance there are many people...

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  • 21. BACLARAN CHURCH

    Baclaran Church is crowded every Wednesday as 100,000 devotees come to make the Perpetual Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help. The novena began back in 1948...

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  • 22. DON't MISS THE OLDEST SIKH TEMPLE IN THE COUNTRY

    The Sikh Temple, Khalsa Diwan is the oldest Indian Temple in the country and visitors are made welcome by the Sikhs on duty and will gladly show you around. The...

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  • 23. Basilica San Sebastian

    San Sebastian Basilica is a neo gothic church prefabricated in Belgium entirerly made of steel. After several previose churches where destroyed by fire and...

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  • 24. THE MINOR BASILICA OF THE BLACK NAZARENE

    Otherwise known as Saint John the Baptist Parish, and more commonly known as Quiapo Church is famous for the statue of Jesus Christ showing him to be black, and...

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  • 25. Solaire Resort and Casino

    The Sprawling 120 hectare Enttertainment City in the Manila Bay Area near the huge SM Mall of Asia Complex is the Philippine's answer to the Casino COmplexes of...

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