Manila Things to Do

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  • 1. Manila Bay

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    A popular place to watch the great sunsets over Manila Bay where you will find many people around at this time. Even During the day you can get a great view over the Bay.The Baywalk on Roxas Boulavard...

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  • 2. Luneta - Rizal Park

    Japanese Gardens in Luneta Park. Entrance Fee is only PhP 10 or $ 0.23 (2014). Small but nice view. The place is peaceful. Good ambiance. Lots of amazing views. Good for picture-taking. Children can...

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  • 3. Intramuros

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 4. Fort Santiago - Intramuros

    4 out of 5 stars

    Fort Santiago Photo taken by Borte Date: 17th Feb. 2008 at 12:10pm Fort Santiago is the oldest Spanish Military Fort in Asia built by Spanish Conquistadores Miguel Lopez de Legazpi a Spanish...

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  • 5. 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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  • 6. Ocean Park

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    OK, OK...it's nothing like the Marine World in San Diego, California or anywhere else, but these well trained South American Sea Lions know how to give a good show. The show was designed to be...

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  • 7. Chinatown

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 8. Shopping - Shopping Malls

    This will be my things to do tip, I have a separate shopping tip. If you are staying in the touristy Malate/Ermita Districts of Manila and have no time to try out the other shopping areas in the...

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  • 9. American Cemetery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Part two of my Manila American Memorial Tips with more pictures the Manila American Cemetery, Located in the luxe Fort Bonifacio Global City, was formerly part of the Fort William Mckinley (now...

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  • 10. San Augustin Church - Intramuros

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Situated inside the historic area of Intramuros, San Agustin Church is the oldest church in the Philippines. It was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1993 in recognition of it's...

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  • 11. 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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  • 12. Casa Manila - Intramuros

    4 out of 5 stars

    Casa Manila is a restored spanish type house/museum located in Intramuros area.It costs 75 peso,s to enter but there is no camera/picture taking permitted.Most of the furniture in the house was made...

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  • 13. Paco Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 14. Malacañang Palace

    Malacañan 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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  • 15. National Museum of the Philippines

    The museum is located at one end of Rizal Park in Manila an is well worth a visit. It is a building with four floors with a courtyard in the middle so it is limited for the amount of displays that it...

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  • 16. Zoo

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    For animal lovers, a visit at the Manila zoo is recommended. Although the collection of animals is no longer that plenty compared during the 80s. One can marvel animals like siberian tigers, lion,...

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  • 17. Local Food

    yum yum! Halo Halo is the quintissential Filipino Cold Shaved Iced Dessert and is the philippine version of the Singaporean Ais Kacang, the Indonesian Chendol and is the favorite dessert and snack...

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  • 18. Manila Cathedral

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Jaime L. Cardinal Sin Ground Belfry stands proudly in the middle of Rufino J. Cardinal Santos Bell Garden located on the left side of Manila Cathedral Basilica. As the name implies it is dedicated...

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  • 19. Day Trip - Corregidor Island

    Malinta Tunnel Light & Sound Show is interesting for history buffs. It relates the happenings of World War II before the island was occupied by the Japanese. Fees of P150 is charged this being an...

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  • 20. Kalesa - Horse-Drawn Carriage

    You will find Kalesa's hanging around the vicinity of Rizal Park and near the entrances to Intramuros and also across the river from Intramuros in Chinatown. A kalesa is a horse drawn carriage...

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  • 21. Star City - Amusement Park

    One big amusement park for your enjoyment! Enjoy rides such as Surf Dance, Galactic, Wild River and Zyklone Loop. We wanted to try the Star Flyer, but it was closed. There were a lot of interesting...

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  • 22. Dreamplay - City of Dreams

    One of the Newest attractions in the huge City of Dreams Manila Casino Complex is the Dreamworks Animantion Licensed and Made attraction Called Dreamplay which open just more than two months ago in...

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  • 23. Day Trip - Boracay

    ON A budget? Looking to clean out the bank? Need a full body tan in a hurry? Like to leave your footprints on a genuine picture postcard beach? In Boracay anything goes. The hottest, crispest, best...

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  • 24. University of Santo Tomas

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    University of Santo Tomas is the oldest and largest university in the city of Manila. Inside can be found the oldest museum, line of eateries & popular fastfood chains, bank, public pay phone,...

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  • 25. Chinese Cemetery

    4 out of 5 stars

    Having lived in Philippines for 20 years i was searching for somewhere new to visit on a recent trip to Manila and was not disappointed when i chose the Chinese Cemetery. The gate is guarded by...

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