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Private Half-Day Tour of Old Manila
"Manila’s city tour starts with a visit to Rizal Park named in honor of the country’s national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. After a brief picture stop proceed to the Walled City of Intramuros to visit the remnants of Spain’s conquistadores. Stop at Fort Santiago an old Spanish fortress located at the mouth of Pasig River where great moments in Philippine history occurred. Travel through the cobbled streets to San Agustin Church the country’s oldest stone church
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Private Half-Day Manila Tour by Jeepney
"Travel through the financial district of Makati passing down Ayala Avenue where gleaming skyscrapers stand cheek by jowl with less than distinguished-looking structures. As we approach the bustling metropolis of Manila drive past the cultural Center of the Philippines and on to Roxas Boulevard. Stop at Rizal Park named after the country’s nationalist hero Dr. Jose Rizal. Then proceed to the Walled City of Intramuros which was the nucleus of the old Spanish town. Venture into Fort Santiago in its strategic location overlooking the Pasig River and Manila Bay and stroll along its ramparts where once stood th Rajah Sulayman. Continue on to San Agustin Church the only church built within Intramuros that has survived the collective onslaught of numerous calamities including fire and war. Beside the church is a museum that houses a collection of manuscripts
From $87.00
 
Private Half-Day Manila City Tour
"Commence the tour from the financial district of Makati including Fort Bonifacio and the American Cemetery then move on to the city of Manila the country’s capital. Arrive at Rizal Park named in honour of the country’s national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. After a brief picture stop proceed to the historic Walled City of Intramuros. Travel through the cobbled streets of San Agustin Church the country’s oldest stone church and view its wide collection of ecclesiastical icons
From $52.00

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SM Mall of Asia (Part 1)

The SM Mall of Asia is a shopping mall that opened in the Pasay area of Manila on May 2006 and is the Philippines’ largest mall, surpassing its cousin, SM Megamall, and the third biggest mall in the...
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168 Shopping Mall

168 Shopping Mall is a wholesale and retail shopping mall in Divisoria ("Bargainville" of Manila) with the modern sophistication and clean, decent ambiance of commercial centers like Greenhills,...
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SM Mall of Asia (Part 2)

In late Nov 2007, I managed to visit SM Mall of Asia again and is still amazed by the sheer size of this shopping mall (one of the biggest in the world). Besides housing two big department stores...
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Mananzan Handicrafts

There is a big handicraft and souvenir shop near to the entrance of Fort Santiago known as the Mananzan Hadicrafts shop. There are lots of local handicrafts and souvenirs here which are at a...
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Shopping at Makati area

The Makati area of Metro Manila is perhaps the most famous shopping area of the city. Most of the skyscrapers of the city are located here together will big shopping malls, hotels etc. The main street...
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Mall of Asia

Mall of Asia exactly adjacent to Manila Bay. The shopping experience is second to none, even by western standards. It is once the largest mall in the Philippines until the redevelopment of SM North...
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Greenhills Shopping Center

It is a shopping haven for a person who likes to bargain, it is considered as the number 1 place to shop in Manila. You need to be in the frame of mind to 'negotiate' on price and can't be in a rush....
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Greenhills

"Tiangge" is a Filipino term for market stalls. Greenhills shopping center is popular for this kind of shopping atmosphere. Actually, there are a number of small malls and a supermarket within the...
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National Bookstore

No filipino haven't been to the very reliable National Bookstore. Every kid who's about to enter school would end up shopping at National Bookstore for their school supplies.I used to be here as a...
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Quiapo Area (the MLQU side)

This is not a single shop but city blocks of commercial stalls awash with music, video or installer discs 100% "illegal copies" - oh my badness why am I saying these! Music CDs, Videoke CDs/DVDs,...
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My shop

The Philippines is known as the Pearl of the Orient*. Here different kinds of pearls abound - mother of pearl, fresh water, cultured pearls. Aside from your usual strand of pearl necklace and...
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Glorietta to Greenhills

Manila isn't really a shopping destination but offers fairly decent shopping nonetheless. Visitors will notice armed security guards keeping homeless out of aircon malls, banks and even burger...
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Divisoria

For the ultimate in bargain shopping, you have to go to the Divisoria district located in Manila City. There are two main shopping malls, 168 and Tutuban Center, wherein you can find clothes and shoes...
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Meyer Photo

Previously for my camera/camcorder needs, I would only consider Hong Kong or Singapore for the cheapest prices. Then my niece mentioned that she just bought this digital camera for half the regular...
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Corner of Ayala and Makati Avenues, Makati City, Manila, Luzon, 1226, Philippines
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Esperanza Street Corner Makati Avenue, Makati, Luzon, 1228, Philippines
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Ayala Avenue Corner Makati Avenue, Makita City, Manila, Luzon, 1200, Philippines
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Top Things to Do in City of Manila

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Manila Bay

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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Ayala Museum

No doubt about it, the fourth floor of the Ayala Museum was most interesting as it displayed over 1000 gold objects that were in use long before the Spanish invaded the country. Unfortunately...
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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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Ayala Triangle

Tower One and Exchange Plaza has 35 floors, 160 m high and is one of the beest known skyscrapers in the country which is located at Ayala Triangle Park, Makati. Tower one is where the Philippine Stock...
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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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Royal Club

Been here few times with my friends, and I can say that we really liked it!!! the place look fancy and the music is amazing, The place is not that big but the crowd is awesome! I highly suggested that...
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"Manila - Capital of the Philippines"
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"Manila"
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"Exploring Metro Manila"
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"Simply no place like home, Manila!"
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