Tourist attractions in Manila!
Here is a list of attractions in Manila. The list is not complete, but the fantastic attractions make it clear why Manila is called the Pearl of the Orient.
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Manila Bay, see the harbour, famous Manila sunset view.
Tagaytay - a very scenic view of a volcano within a lake.
Malate by Night
Ayala Commercial Centre, where you are entertained with shopping, cinema, amusement centre, bars, restaurants.
Tutuban Mall, an antique train station restored and turned into a shopping centre.
Binondo - China Town
Malacañang Palace, the historical landmark - official residence of the President of the Republic.
Nayong Filipinothe history of Manila from Magellan up to present day.
Intramuros - take a walk through this area.
Palacio Del Gobernador
Corregidor Island, a World War II shrine.
Fort Santiago, a historical landmark, Spanish colonial walled city.
National Museum of the Philippines
Ayala Museum of Philippine History and Iconographic Archives
Archdiocesan Museum of Manila
Central Bank Money Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art, with its Central Bank pre-colonial gold and pottery collection.
Churches, cemetries & shrines:
San Augustin Church, Centuries-old cathedral with museum and antique garden.
Church of St Augustin
Church of Santa Cruz
Quiapo Church, also known as: Church of the Black Nazarene.
Manila American Cemetery and Memorial
Plaza San Luis