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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 Super Saver: Manila Sightseeing plus Tagaytay Tour with Taal Volcano
"Morning: Tagaytay TourAfter pickup from your Manila hotel your guide will take you on 1-hour drive to the picturesque city of Tagaytay located on a ridge 2250 feet (686 meters) above sea level.When you arrive visit Palace in the Sky the ‘rest house’ of former President Ferdinand Marcos. Admire gorgeous panoramic views of Taal Lake which surrounds Taal Volcano
From $118.00
 
Sunset or Night Dinner Cruise on Manila Bay
"End your day with a lovely cruise along the shores of Manila Bay. After pickup from your hotel you’ll be taken to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) to board a comfortable yacht for the cruise of your choice: sunset cruise mid-evening cruise or night cruise. On the sunset cruise you’ll be treated to a gorgeous Manila Bay sunset. On the mid-evening cruise view the vibrant lights of Roxas Boulevard or enjoy a calm atmosphere on the night cruise as you witness the city sparkle. Your friendly staff will provide excellent service as you take in the sights of Manila Bay and pass popular attractions like the Mall of Asia. Then feast on traditional Filipino cuisine while enjoying an enchanting live performance by a local band. The menu changes nightly
From $58.00

Chinatown Tips (18)

BROWSE THE LUCKY CHARMS AT FENG SHUI STORE

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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davidjo
Mar 30, 2014

CARRIEDO FOUNTAIN--DEDICATED TO THE WATER MAN

The fountain is located in front of Santa Cruz Church in Santa Cruz Plaza, just a few meters from Carriedo LRT station. The fountain was dedicated to Don Francisco Carriedo who was responsible for the...
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davidjo
Mar 30, 2014

ARCH OF GOODWILL

The Arch of Goodwill is one of the several arches that marks the boundary of Chinatown and commemorates the friendship between the Filipino and immigrant Chinese. The arch leads to Ongpin Street which...
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davidjo
Mar 30, 2014

ARKO NG PAGKAKAIBIGANG PILIPINO-TSINO

The Filipino Chinese Friendship Arch welcomes you to the different world of Chinatown, the oldest in the world, established in 1594. The Spanish authorities donated the land to Chinese Catholics just...
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davidjo
Mar 30, 2014

Food Hopping in Binondo Chinatown

Ok, Here is my Separate Things to do tip for the Binondo Chinatown and eating along the Chinatown Area is one big adventure and also one filling for your tummy hehhehe. You can find almost all the...
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machomikemd
Mar 21, 2012

A Treasure Trove of Chinese History in the Phil.

I will do a separate tip for the Food Tripping in Manila Chinatown. Like in other places in the globe, Manila has it's own Chinatown but unlike in other Chinatowns in Other Countries, The Chinatown in...
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machomikemd
Mar 21, 2012

Chaotic Manila Chinatown - eat some siopao!

I have been to many Chinatowns around the world, but I consider the one in Manila the best because it is very nostalgic for me. The streets are very small and my father would drive me around with his...
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jumpingnorman
Jun 05, 2009

Visit the Temple of the God of War, Kuang Kong

Kuang Kong, AKA the God of War, AKA Patron of Martial Arts, AKA Patron of Scholars (when seated/reading). Kuang Kung who was a powerful and loyal general is also protector of Quan Yin, Goddess of...
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monina_c
Nov 13, 2007

Sta. Cruz Church

The first Santa Cruz Church (often abbreviated to Sta. Cruz Church) was erected in 1608 by the Society of Jesus, better known as Jesuits, as a parish church for the swelling ranks of Chinese...
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limledi
Nov 08, 2007

Come Visit Chinatown

There are lots of things to do at Chinatown: Buy appliances that cost lesser, find suppliers for your restaurant or whatever business, buy jewelry, customize jewelry, buy Chinese medicine, buy...
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nixca316
Mar 21, 2007

Chinatown

Chinatown is not a clearly defined suburb but a cultural and business district that takes in parts of Santa Cruz and Binondo, roughly the area between the three Chinese-Philippine friendship arches...
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limledi
Oct 29, 2006

Chinatown

Even Manila has a Chinatown. The Chinese presence in Manila is strong. During the Spanish times, the Chinese were kept out of the walled city and they settled across the Pasig River in what's known as...
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Sep 13, 2003
 
 
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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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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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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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Villa Escudero

Villa Escudero is a working coconut plantation founded in 1872, it has developed a worldwide reputation as a focal point to experience Philippine culture and history in a beautiful rural setting.A...
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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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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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G/F DOt Building, TM Kalaw Street, Rizal Park, Manila

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