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  • 1

    Tagaytay

    62 reviews

    Much closer to Manila compared to Baguio City due to the cool climates, Tagaytay offers plenty of things to do and see. Great getaway from the suburban and bustling part of the metro area of Manila. If you're from the Philippines, I'm sure there's better and easier ways to get to Tagaytay, but for others, you can take a short ...

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  • 2

    Taal Volcano and Lake

    47 reviews

    One of the highlights during my Philippines trip this past summer was trekking to the middle of Taal Volcano. I trekked up there with some family friends and we had some guides that led us up there and toured us around. We first has to ride a boat across the lake to get to the base of the island where ...

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  • 3

    Intramuros

    54 reviews

    Intramuros (Latin, "within the walls") is the oldest district and historic core of the City of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Also called the Walled City, the original citadel of Manila was the seat of government when the Philippines was a component realm of the Spanish Empire. fr Wikipedia

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  • 4

    Rizal Park

    45 reviews

    This Rizal Park seen look like so relex for me today.

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  • 5

    Manila Bay

    53 reviews

    The sunset will always be lovely. But the sunset over the peaceful waters of Manila Bay is just magical.

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  • 6

    Ayala Center Cebu

    32 reviews

    a beautiful place to go..

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  • 7

    Chocolate Hills

    29 reviews

    I've been to this place twice. This is one of the most beautiful natural wonders I've seen. It was given such nickname because during summer months the grass growing on it turns brown. There are more than one thousand hills in the area.

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  • 8

    Manila Ocean Park

    30 reviews

    i like the dolphins

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  • 9

    Fort Santiago

    33 reviews

    very historical. the only place that was left standing during WW11. this is a must see when in manila.

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  • 10

    SM Mall of Asia

    27 reviews

    This place is GIGANTIC. Allot several hours just to walk through it and casually browse some stores. There are a ton of places to eat here, too.

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  • 11

    Magellan's Cross

    28 reviews

    hay nako.....salamat .....mabuti nalang wala si LAPU-LAPU rito kung hindi baka kung anong giyera na ang nangyari.........

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  • 12

    Quezon Memorial Circle

    26 reviews

    danda jan u better go there

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  • 13

    Samal

    21 reviews

    i share for if you like too go here

  • 14

    Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

    21 reviews

    The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations ...

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  • 15

    SM City Manila

    27 reviews

    was back then a great mall, now cant really compete with all the new malls

  • 16

    Manila Cathedral

    23 reviews

    Whether you're religious or not, cathedrals in any city are worth checking out - they're a feat of human engineering and man power. This particular church was undergoing renovations when we walked by, so we weren't able to go in - but it was very beautiful from the outside. The spanish brought Catholicism to Manila over 400 years ago, and ...

  • 17

    Lapu-Lapu Monument

    19 reviews

    Very nice place to walk about and learn more history! :) Ended up buying my first ukelele here. :))

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  • 18

    Glorietta Mall

    18 reviews

    This is one seriously large mall. The first time I visited it I was a bit surprised about the strong component of visible security but one gets used to that. Lots of restaurants - many of the chains of US are here. Beware the size of meals - we went once to a hamburger place and even the doubleburgers were ...

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  • 19

    Quiapo Church

    22 reviews

    One of the oldest Churches in the Philippines, Quiapo Church is where the Statue of Jesus Christ, called the Black Nazarene, is located. Many claim that the Black Nazarene has mysterious powers, and thousands flock to the Church to pray for it's miraculous intervention. The Church is one of the most beautiful Churches in the Philippines.

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  • 20

    San Agustin Church

    17 reviews

    The San Agustin Church is the oldest Church in the Philippines having been completed in 1607. Actually, the present Church is the third Church built on this site. During WWII, the Japanese occupied the Philippines. When the Japanese were pushed out by the freedom-fighting Philippinoes supported by American military forces, the Japanese destroyed much of Manilla. San Agustin was one ...

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