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Manila Layover Tour: Overnight City sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transfer
"Immerse yourself in Manila’s past and present with this semi-independent tour including your choice of overnight accommodation in Makati with breakfast. Relax in the serene and tranquil ambience of the Y2 Residence Hotel amid dramatic black-and-white decor. Or upgrade to the 5-star luxury Fairmont Makati for a more spacious accomm"""Stay overnight in Manila in your choice of standard studio or deluxe accommodation and explore Makati and Old Manila on a half-day sightseeing tour. Meet your private guide in the morning or afternoon and receive an overview of Philippine history as you travel by air-conditioned vehicle to sites like Fort Santiago and the UNESCO-listed you can enjoy the flexibility of exploring at your own pace. This semi-independent experience includes breakfast and round-trip airport transfers."title=HL&1=Semi-independent+overnight+tour+with+hotel+accommodation+in+Manila&2=Hear+informative+commentary+from+a+professional+guide+on+a+morning+or+afternoon+half-day+tour&3=Enjoy+sightseeing+in+Manila+and+the+City+of+Makati+by+private+vehicle&4=Drive+t
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Manila Old and New: Sightseeing Tour Including Intramuros and Fort Santiago
"After pickup from your Manila hotel at your selected departure time embark on a fully guided sightseeing tour beginning in the heart of the country’s financial center -- Makati. Travel aboard an air-conditioned vehicle and drive along Ayala Boulevard stopping briefly at Nielson Tower home to the Filipinas Heritage Library. Then drive past Forbes Park an exclusive residential enclave dubbed ‘Millionaire's Row’ on your way to visit the American Cemetery and Memorial to pay tribute to the fallen soldiers of World War II.Continue to Old Manila via the scenic Roxas Boulevard
From $48.00
 
"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery
"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery Intramuros and Manila Ocean Park Admission""You’ll be picked up from your Manila or Makati hotel in the morning and driven by air-conditioned vehicle to some top Manila attractions starting at the American Cemetery and Memorial. This massive burial ground and memorial is located on a high plateau and is the largest cemetery in the Pacific for US soldiers killed during World War II. Next head through the bustling financial district of Makati. Pass through the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex and stop at the historical Rizal Monument in Rizal Park. This monument honors one of the most revered national heroes of the Philippines José Rizal. Continue to the historic walled city of Intramuros
From $70.00

People/Local Culture Tips (25)

Walking the streets of Manila

Do you know what makes Manila? It's the people. I'm not a huge fan of Manila as a city as I generally find the traffic horrible. However, I took a wander down some of the side streets and had a great...
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Blatherwick
Mar 10, 2006

Connecting to family and friends (cheaply!)

When in Manila, keep your own city's SIM card. If your phone is GSM-compatible, get a local prepaid SIM card from any of the three cellular phone operators - Globe, Smart, Sun - costing less than...
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Tijavi
Jan 22, 2006

We have two seasons

the dry season and the rest of the year are sodden with heavy rain. The dry season starts from December to May. From June to November you might find yourself in a typhoon. The best time to visit...
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mlt_t
Sep 17, 2004

When to Go

With maximum temperatures hovering above 30°C (86°F), Manila isn't the place to go to cool off. There are two seasons: the dry season lasts from December to May; the rest of the year is sodden with...
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mlt_t
Sep 17, 2004

Manila is a massive modern City

Manila is a massive modern city, which plays host to just about all the attraction you’d expect to find in a major metropolis. Not only is it a highly cultured town with a varied program of events,...
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mlt_t
Sep 17, 2004

Fact and about Manila

Capital of the Philippines and home to 12 million people, Manila is a massive modern city, which plays host to just about all the attraction you’d expect to find in a major metropolis. Not only is it...
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mlt_t
Sep 02, 2004

walking around

walking around... enjoying the chaos and noise and all the little dramas played out on the crowded streets. little children are devils, the street vendors always have stories to tell. there is a way...
miromi
Jan 10, 2004

Rain ain't stopping them

The simple things make Filipinos happy. Rainy days don't mean no fun. Kids happily play together, some guys are fishing, others sit on the benches with their umbrellas...All these...for free...:-) ...
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syllybabe
Aug 15, 2003

Rainy Sunday at Manila Bay

Along Roxas Blvd. there are now restaurants and cabanas and swings where people can sit around and wait for the sunset or hang out after a morning jog.This pic was taken on my way to the airport to go...
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syllybabe
Aug 15, 2003

Celebrating Independence Day

A public fireworks display is now traditional every June 12 - Philippine Independence Day. There are two venues - one at The Fort, just across EDSA from Makati, and the other one at the Manila Bay...
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D._Pepper
Jun 13, 2003

Pasig River

Pasig river is flowing just in the heart of Manila connecting Laguna de Bay and Manila Bay then out to China sea. Some people called these 'dying river' due to flooded garbage in the past years and...
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kylian74
Sep 20, 2002

well its been a while since i...

well its been a while since i was there but i would take my mates to the firehouse bar, if its still there. my first trip. it was like i had landed in another world.The nightlife was just amazing,and...
sicky
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Luneta - Rizal Park

This is the equivalent of Central Park New York . The Philippines has somethiing to offer similar - what they call the Rizal Park (formerly Luneta Park ) located at the capital city of Manila . It is...
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Intramuros

This building stands out like a sore thumb in the Spanish historic walled city of Intramuros and the developer should be shot. It is called BF Condominium and is situated next to the ruins of the...
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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 heavy polluted, so think twice about...
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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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Malate

Malate District, together with the Ermita District, is the main tourist districts of the City of Manila and both districts have their seedier and sleazy areas as this are the main tourists areas and...
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Museo Pambata

An enjoyable place for the young ones, as well as the young once, Museo Pambata at the north end of Roxas Blvd. is an enjoyable place that excites and stirs my kids' inquisitive minds. Combiming...
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