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Sightseeing in Metro Manila

Park
“Rizal Park or Luneta, is a historical urban park dedicated to Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippine national hero.”
76 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“If you've never visited Quezon City Circle, then you just have to. Its literally the CENTER of the city. That tall thing you see in the midle? That's the tombstone of Manuel Quezon (the guy they named the city after) and as far as I can remember, you can get in that building for free, but honestly taking a picture outside is good enough. There's lots of things to do here including street food, shops, biking, and even a mini amusement park, you'll discover all this just walking around. Just make sure to go when the weather's nice since its mostly open and you'll be at the mercy of the elements. ”
45 locals recommend
Plaza
“A 16th century military defense structure, stands witness to the valour and heroism of the Filipino through the centuries. Part of the walled city of Intramuros.”
28 locals recommend
Church
“The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila, Philippines.”
15 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“This is a good place to take a photo of the world reknowned Sunset of Manila. You can also catch here the Corregidor tour from the dock of the complex. ”
7 locals recommend
Park
“From the park, you can also check out the National Museum. One point of interest is the newly opened National Museum of Natural History, which is inspired by Chicago's Field Museum.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Spanish old town Intramuros is a historic walled areawithin the modern city of manila There is so much to see and do there. Make sure you checkout -fort santiago (The oldest hispanic stone fortress in the philippines) -rizal shrine -baluarte de san Diego -bahay tsinoy -casa manila (its a fully furnished home turned museum that shows how filipinos lived during the colonial era.) And and and.....”
2 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“This is an insight into Manila’s colonial years and the history of the Catholic faith in the Philippines. There’s a big cache of ecclesiastical art including paintings, wooden statues, crucifixes, furniture, antique missals, old vestments and altars brought here from churches around the country.”
1 local recommends
Performing Arts Venue
“The Cultural Center of the Philippines has been the country’s symbol of Filipino ingenuity showcasing incomparable local and world-class talents.”
2 locals recommend
Plaza
“About Fort Santiago This museum and public park was built as a stone fortress at the turn of the 17th century and marked the beginning of the walled city's riverside barricades. Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours Gen Luna St | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines 63 2 527 1572”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
Monument / Landmark
“This is the center of Caloocan City where in most Fastfoods, Convenience stores, Malls, Street foods,Money changer and Hospital are all in one place. Getting around is easy and accessible. How to get here: *Tricycle going to 5th avenue LRT Station, then ride LRT bound to Monumento station. Tricycle 25pesos. LRT 15pesos. *Tricycle going to 7th avenue shell gas station. Go in front of BDO bank and wait for the "Jeepney" with a route placed in front of the glass window "MCU" or "Monumento". Tell the driver to drop you in Monumento. ”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“Best to get here on the afternoon before the sunset. You can take great pictures with your friends or your partner. ”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark