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Manila Monuments and Historic Buildings: Best Places



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Category: Monument and Historic Building



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Reviewed by: Laalamani

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5/9/2009

Best Places

Manila city is on the top of the must see destinations whilst travelling to Philippines. This beautiful city has rich heritage. It can be easy enough to travel around the city, provided the tourist concentrates on managing to sightsee the Best Places in Manila and plans his itineraries depending on his stay in the city.

One can travel around Chinatown, Intramuros, and Rizal Park which are closely knit in a day’s trip. One can take cover in one of the hotels at Ermita as it is very accessible to all of the interesting major destinations in Manila. A major destination at first can also be the Plaza de Roma and the three main structures near to it. There are also guided tours of these historic buildings.

Visitors coming with ample time can club a few places like the Baywalk and Malate areas. While visiting the Quiapo, one can also visit the Divisoria due to its proximity.

A visit to Manila is incomplete without visiting the Tagaytay. Although it is no longer a part of Manila but the Taal Volcano is a must see.

1. Rizal Park
Situated in the heart the city of Manila is the Rizal Park which is a tribute to Dr. Jose Rizal who was a hero of the Philippines Revolution...

2. Chapel of San Pancratius
The Chapel of San Pancratius located behind the park organizes mass on Sundays. The Chapel is also popular for weddings...

3. Manila Baywalk
Manila Baywalk is a famous open space in the city. This walkway lies in front of Manila Bay where visitors can experience one of the most spectacular sunsets of the world...

4. Intramuros
Intramuros, the multifaceted city provides a spectacular way to spend the day in Manila. It is the oldest district of the city and was built during the 16th century...

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Malate Church - 1.3 mi

Malate Church is a Baroque style church located beyond the Manila Bay and faces a small park. The church was built in this spot in the sixteenth century and is one of the most former churches in...

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Coconut Palace - 1.4 mi

The Coconut Palace situating in Manila is built up of several coconut shells, Philippine hardwood and Imelda Madera, a specially organized coconut lumber. At present this palace is the most attractive venue for...

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Fort Santiago - 2.8 mi

Overlooking Manila Bay, strategically located on the banks of the Pasig River, Fort Santiago was primarily built as a protection against the invaders from the sea. The Fort has also been used as a prison, where...

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