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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
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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

More Transportation in Manila

Partas Bus terminal in Cubao

Manila is a hub for bus terminal, especially Cubao Quezon City is one of the best place to hop on for long distance bus to Northern part of the country. Before taking the trip to Philippines, I've...
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shavy
Feb 08, 2015

Dangwa Bus terminal in Cubao

Cubao is a place to hop on to Northern trip in Philippines, most long distance buses departed here. Dangwa bus is one among of the bus going to North, and also a direct bus to Banaue during night time...
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shavy
Feb 08, 2015

Provincial bus Terminal is on Coastal Mall

We took a night bus from Banaue and wanted to go to Tagaytay right after arriving in Manila. I have looking the night before on the internet how to commute to Tagaytay from Cubao. I found the site...
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shavy
Jan 31, 2015

NAIA, Manila, Philippines

"The Ninoy Aquino International Airport" or "NAIA", also known as Manila International Airport, is the airport serving the general area of Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area.Manila Ninoy...
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TrendsetterME
Nov 05, 2014

METRO COMMUTER

I was amazed to be in a jeepney in Manila the other day when i heard the whistle of a train and barriers came down across the road, and a train with 4 carriages passed by, so i decided to investigate....
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davidjo
Sep 04, 2014

TAKE A UTILITY VEHICLE

Although i have visited Manila countless times over the last 35 years and traveled by boat, car, jeepney, tricycle, pedicab, bus and taxi, last weekend i took my two rides on a UV Express, and wished...
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davidjo
Sep 03, 2014
 
 
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BUS FROM THE AIRPORT, (20 pesos).

Arriving at any terminal at NAIA in Manila you will find that there is a regular bus that connects each terminal to the LRT or MRT at Edsa or Taft. I have only caught this bus from T3 and it leaves...
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davidjo
Jun 09, 2014

JEEPNEYS IN THE RUSH HOUR

If you are unable to get on a jeepney at its origin and should you want to make a trip from the suburbs to Makati try and allow plenty of time if you wish to travel in the rush hour which is 6.30-8.30...
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davidjo
Mar 31, 2014

PASIG RIVER FERRY RESUMES

After an absence of several years the river ferry is starting again on 4th April, initially having 5 terminals. A great way to see parts of the capital region and avoid the traffic. Hopefully in the...
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davidjo
Mar 21, 2014

Pasig River Ferry

I wrote this tip in the year 2007 when the ferry was still in operation. I am not deleteing this despite the fact that the ferry has stopped operating. there is a current move in the congress/senate...
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monina_c
Feb 22, 2014

AIRPORT-YELLOW OR WHITE TAXI

If you are arriving at any airport in Manila you will see two different types of taxi, yellow or white. The yellow taxis are accredited by the airport authorities and may wait in line for passengers...
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davidjo
Oct 26, 2013

GOING NORTH BY BUS-SAVE TIME

If you are staying in the Malate area or anywhere near the LRT and plan on going north to Baguioo, Zimbales, Dagupan or Taguegarao in the Cagayan Valley it will save you a lot of time if you hop on...
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davidjo
Jul 30, 2013

Cars and bikes

Driving round Manila is an experience! It is one of the most congested city's I have ever been to...if you are planing to stay a while I would use the yellow cabs first to get the hang of the way they...
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obunchyo
Feb 28, 2013

PEDICABS

Pedicabs are usually found hanging around the streets that branch off from the main arteries of Manila. The people who operate them are usually very poor and often sleep in their pedicab with their...
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davidjo
Sep 08, 2012

Top Hotels in Manila

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Corner of Ayala and Makati Avenues, Makati City, Manila, Luzon, 1226, Philippines
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Ayala Avenue Corner Makati Avenue, Makita City, Manila, Luzon, 1200, Philippines
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M Adriatico corner Gen Malvar St, Malate, Manila, Luzon, 1004, Philippines
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25 Adb Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig, Luzon, 1600, Philippines
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1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Luzon, 1650, Philippines
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One Rizal Park Roxas Boulevard, Roxas Boulevard, Manila, 0913, Philippines
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Top Things to Do in Manila

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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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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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Manila Bay

Star City is located next to the CCP Complex and is probably the best amusement park in the city but unfortunately we arrived there on the Thursday to find it was closed for renovation and updating...
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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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Fort Santiago - Intramuros

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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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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"Mabuhay, Welcome to Manila!"
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"Manila, love or hate"
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"Capital of the Philippines"
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"Aliwan Fiesta 2011: Ilonggo's Pride and Victory"
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"Love It Or Leave It..."
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