Manila's charm lies in its intriguing mix of Spanish colonial architecture and modern skyscrapers. The city is also centre of some of the most exciting events and shopping malls in Asia. Come explore-there is something for everyone here.
In the heart of Manila sits Intramuros, a walled city that stands as a reminder of the
colonial era. The
district is home to the baroque16th-century San Agustin Church and Fort Santiago, a
legendary citadel and
Adjacent to the Intramuros is Luneta Park. It is spread out over some 60 hectares of open lawns, ponds, paved walks and wooded areas, dotted with monuments of Filipino heroes.
Don't miss The National Museum of the Philippines. It houses the most important ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual artistry of the Philippines from the prehistoric period to the modern times.
Lastly, consider visiting Malacang Palace, the official residence and workplace of the President of the Philippines