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Traders Hotel, Manila
Traders Hotel, Manila
Traders Hotel is located in the heart of Manila, adjacent to the Philippines International Convention Center and just 20 mins from the international airport.
Manila Diamond Hotel, Manila
Manila Diamond Hotel, Manila
Hotel is situated in the heart of Manila, the hotel is only 30 minutes away from both the international and domestic airports as well as Makari l.
Grand Boulevard Hotel, Manila
Grand Boulevard Hotel, Manila
6.7-km drive from international and domestic airports and Makati City.
Olympia Courtyard Suites Hotel, Manila
Olympia Courtyard Suites Hotel, Manila
30 minutres drive from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Las Palmas Hotel, Manila
Las Palmas Hotel, Manila
Located in the heart of Manila's Business and Tourist district & 6 miles from the Manila Airport.
Makati Shangrila Hotel, Manila
Makati Shangrila Hotel, Manila
Located 20 minutes from the international airport .

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Manila
Hyatt Regency Hotel Manila
Inter-Continental Hotel Manila
Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila
Olympia Courtyard Suites Hotel Manila
The Garden Plaza Hotel Manila
Century Park Hotel Manila
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Shangri - La Makati Hotel Manila
Edsa Shangri -La Hotel Manila
Discovery Suites Hotel Manila
Pan Pacific Hotel Manila Book
Westin Philippine Plaza Hotel Manila Book
Manila Hotel
Century(ANA) Park Hotel Manila Book
The Heritage Hotel Manila
Amorsolo Mansion Hotel Manila
Four Star Hotels In Manila  
Traders Hotel Manila
Holiday Inn Manila Galleria
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New World Renaissance Hotel Manila
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Richmonde Hotel Manila
City Garden Makati Hotel Manila
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Dakota Mansion Manila
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Golden Bay Hotel Manila Book
Robelle Mansion Manila Book
Riviera Mansion Hotel Manila
Primetown Century Towers Hotel Manila Book
Stamford Court Hotel Manila
Orchid Garden Suites Hotel Manila Book
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Frendy Hotel Manila
Las Palmas Hotel Manila Book
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Lotus Garden Hotel Manila

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manila city map
Manila City Map

Manila City - Cosmopolitan Capital Of The Philippines

Fascination is an understatement of the feeling that one gets by visiting Manila , a lively metropolis commanding a magnificent view of the world-famous Manila Bay and its golden sunset. Historic, bustling, awe-inspiring, the “Philippine Cosmopolitan Capital” is a blend of cultures and flavors that offers an endless serving of places to see, sights to behold, and experiences to never forget.

Right in the heart of Manila is found the “ Walled City ” – Intramuros. Constructed in 1571, during the period of Spain 's colonization of the Philippines , it comprised of European buildings and churches that have been replicated in different parts of the archipelago. It had been one of the world's best preserved medieval cities. Here, dungeons and old churches share space with art galleries, theaters, a nature park.

At the center of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral, the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Manila. Then there is San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in Metro Manila and one of the four Philippine Baroque Churches inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List. Marking its entrance at the northwestern tip is Fort Santiago , one of the oldest fortifications of Intramuros. Built in nearly 150 years through Filipino forced labor, it now houses a lush park with flowering trees, homing pigeons, and rides aboard horse-drawn carriages.

Manila is home to Malacañang Palace , the official residence of the highest chief executive of the country and one of the most historic structures in the Philippines , and the National Museum of the Philippines , the official repository and guardian of the Philippine cultural, historical, and natural heritage. Along the northern bank of the historic Pasig river is Chinatown , a symbol of the long history of Chinese presence in the Philippines long antedating the arrival of the Spaniards. Today it is an important trade and business center, and a primary bargain shopping destination.

Things to see in Manila City

Plaza San Luis
Named after one of the barrios of old Intramuros, this is a cultural-cum-commercial complex currently composed of five houses: Casa Manila, Casa Blanca, Casa Urdaneta, Los Hidalgos, and El Hogar Filipino. Plaza San Luis will eventually consist of 9 houses representing different eras in Filipino-Hispanic architecture. Aside from gift and specialty shops, the complex has a museum at Casa Manila, containing late 19th century and early 20th century furniture found in a typical Filipino illustrado, or the privileged class, home.

Fort Santiago
Marking its entrance at the northwestern tip to Intramuros, Fort Santiago was one of the oldest fortifications of Intramuros started in 1571 and completed nearly 150 years later by Filipino forced labor. The pre-Spanish settlement of Rajah Sulayman, the last Filipino ruler before the coming of the Spaniards, was a wooden fort, on the ashes of which was built the Spanish fortress which was Spain 's major defense position in the islands. It looked out on the sea, towards which its canons were trained to ward off pirates and invaders. It is also known as the “Shrine of Freedom,” in memory of the heroic Filipinos imprisoned and killed here during the Spanish and Japanese eras. Partly rebuilt from the ruins of World War II, it is now a park and promenade housing a resident theater company, PETA, which used ramparts, an old garrison, and a small chapel as theaters for both traditional and modern plays.

Palacio del Gobernador
Formerly the home of Manuel Estacio de Venegas, a governor's aide, the two-storey structure was expropriated and subsequently made the official residence and office of the Spanish governor generals in 1645 until an earthquake brought it down in 1863. It lay in ruins for almost a century until the Land Bank of the Philippines built an 8-storey building on the site in 1978. The office of the Intramuros Administration is presently housed here.

Bonifacio Shrine
It showcases selected periods of Bonifacio's biography, which represent the events and personalities involved in molding our history.

Manila Cathedral
The seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, it is presently the 6th cathedral to rise on the site since 1581.

Malacañang Palace / Museum
Malacañang Palace is considered to be one of the most historic structures in the Philippines . It has been the official residence of the highest chief executive of the country since 1863. Located next to the Pasig River , it served as a summer residence for the Spanish governor-general during the early 1800s. Governor-General Rafael de Echague moved the seat of government to Malacañang Palace after an earthquake devastated the Palacio del Gobernador in Intramuros. Since then, it has been witness to the numerous challenges that have faced the nation and the events that have defined our history. President Glorial Macapagal Arroyo holds office in the Palace and receives her official callers and state visitors at the Presidential Function area. A wing of the Palace is open to the public as a Philippine Presidential Museum. Under the management of the Malacañang Heritage Foundation, the palace tour focuses on all former Presidents of the Philipines. On exhibit are presidential memorabilia which highlight the terms of office of the country's former chief executives. It is one of the most visited historical landmarks in the country today.

Museo Pambata
It is the first hands-on, interactive children's museum in the Philippines . It is an exciting learning center with six theme areas, namely: Kalikasan (Environment), Maynila Noon (Old Manila), Tuklas (Science), Paglaki Ko (Career Option), Katawan Ko (Body Works), and Bata Sa Mundo (Children in the Global Village), a reading resource center and children's playground. The museum is also a venue for programs and activities for the public, especially for underserved children, such as storytelling, puppet shows, workshops on visual arts, health, etc.

Japanese Garden
The Japanese Garden Project was initiated by the National Parks Development Committee together with the Japanese Community. The 9,000 square meter garden is an authentic Japanese Garden in miniature where one can likewise view rare local foliage, vines, trees, grasses, hedges, and other ornamental plants such as camias, camachile, and bituing marikit endemic to Philippine soil. The garden not only gives us a glimpse of Japanese culture but also promotes friendship and mutual understanding between the Japanese and the Filipino people.

Source: Philippines Tourism Official Website


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