Intramuros is home to churches and sites known during the Spanish occupation in Manila. The famous of which are Fort Santiago and Palacio del Gobernador. Stroll through Intramuros' brick-laden streets and hire a kalesa for a more nostalgic experience.
One of the historical sight of Manila, an old fortress during the Spanish regime and nearby places like the Manila Cathedral, Manila Hotel (over a 100 years old hotel), Luneta Park, Manila Ocean Park, etc.
Enjoy walking on the Intramuros wall and see some beautiful parts like the Baluarte de San Diego. Inside intramuros are two beautiful churches, San Agustin Church and Manila Cathedral. about 20km away.
Book your tour ahead, preferably on early Sunday mornings . Take Bambike Revolution Cycles eco tour around historical landmarks.
A home to Spanish-era landmarks like Fort Santiago, with a large stone gate and a shrine to national hero José Rizal. The ornate Manila Cathedral houses bronze carvings and stained glass windows, while the San Agustin Church museum has religious artwork and statues. Spanish colonial furniture and…
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“This renowned, historical monument of the Philippines is situated in the middle of an urban park in front of the Quirino Grandstand and nearby the Manila Hotel. Kalesas, or horse-drawn carriages similar during the Spanish Colonial Era, surround the Rizal Park for tourists to enjoy the vicinity for a reasonable fee.”
“Definitely one of the best places to visit in the Manila Bay area. It’s so beautiful and if you are a big time player then the casino will appeal to you. There are many restaurant in the complex that will appeal to foodies and there are also spots that would be perfect for kids.”
“2 km from shopping and entertainment at the SM Mall of Asia, and 4 km from Ninoy Aquino International Airport. ”
“Break the short trot, venture a bit farther and be amazed - Robinson Place! ”
“Recommended with caution because you could either love or hate this place. It's a building filled with stalls, shops selling literally anything and everything. These stalls supply stores and do sell in volume so it can be chaotic as other businesses come here to source for goods. Bring cash and your best negotiation skills. You don't have to buy in bulk but always ask for a discount! ”