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  • 1


    Tagaytay Ridge, Tagaytay 4120 Philippines
    62 reviews

    Great day trip or overnight trip just a short drive south of Manila. If you're a foodie, you're in luck as there are a lot of delicious eateries. I, personally, would make a foodie trip out of it; but for outdoor enthusiasts, there's the hike up Taal Volcano. Families can just hang out in little huts on the cliff, looking ...

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  • 2


    Padre Burgos and General Luna Street, Manila 1002 Philippines
    54 reviews

    Intramuros in Manila is the traditional walled fort at the center of the city -- 'Intramuros' literally means 'between the walls'. Though it was almost completely destroyed except for the exterior fortifications during the Battle of Manila in the closing days of WWII, the area was rebuilt and retains a lovely Spanish-colonial flavor, quite charming for a morning's exploration, and ...

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  • 3

    Taal Volcano and Lake

    50km south of Manila, Tagaytay 4120 Philippines
    47 reviews

    This lovely volcano within a lake within a volcano is beautiful. A good reason to get out of Manila (as if you need one). The drive can be pretty long if the traffic is bad (and the traffic is always bad). Grab lunch in one of the many restaurants overlooking it. Very doable as a day trip from Manila.

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  • 4

    Rizal Park

    From Roxas Boulevard to Taft Avenue, Manila 1000 Philippines
    45 reviews

    The Rizal Park is where the founding father of Philippine Independence, Jose Rizal, was executed by the Spanish colonialists. He was led from his cell to this spot and promptly shot by a firing squad.

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  • 5

    Manila Bay

    Along Roxas Boulevard, Manila 1004 Philippines
    52 reviews

    Very nice view. I was trying to my hardest to get a sunset/sunrise photo. Both days I had rain at those times. It is nice to just take a stroll along the beach. I was told that before there also used to be beer and some more wilder things to do until the current mayor had a crack down of ...

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  • 6

    Ayala Center Cebu

    Apitong Street, Cebu City, Philippines
    32 reviews

    Nice mall! I really liked this place! There are many stores that I liked here! And super sweet cause when we went there, almost everything was on sale (75% off)! ❤️

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  • 7

    Chocolate Hills

    Carmen, Philippines
    29 reviews

    Really long way up but totally worth the effort! I loved standing there on top and just looking at these magnificent hills!

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  • 8

    Manila Ocean Park

    Manila, Philippines
    30 reviews

    I liked this! Spent the day wandering around and even got a pedicure with the fishes! It was a blast and if traveling with children I would highly reccomend this!

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  • 9

    Fort Santiago

    Santa Clara Street, Manila 1002 Philippines
    32 reviews

    While Intramuros was the hub for Spanish colonial rule for three-hundred years, Fort Santiago was the nerve center. Fort Santiago is over 400 years old, and is where the founding father of the Philippines, Jose Rizal was imprisoned, tortured, and eventually executed.

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  • 10

    SM Mall of Asia

    Mall of Asia Complex Jose W. Diokno Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines
    26 reviews

    It's one of the biggest malls in asia. You have a tendency to get lost if it's your first time but there are now signs and updated directory. Just remember that one side ends on the bay and the other on the highway. Hundreds of stores and eateries to explore.

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  • 11

    SM City Manila

    3rd Flr. SM City Manila, Conception St. cor. Arroceros and San Marcelino, Manila, 1000, Metro Manila, Philippines
    27 reviews

    Like many of the other SM's that you'll find strewn across the pilipino cityscape.. they are almost all the same. Its like a large department store but the size of a costco. They have nearly everything and anything one could need to do anything under one roof. I suppose it's kind of like a target.. yeah, a target except much ...

  • 12


    Samal, Philippines
    21 reviews

    because no mall and no shops thanks you shaena___________________

  • 13

    Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

    Puerto Princesa, Philippines
    21 reviews

    The one thing that can not be missed when visiting Palawan. This is considered the 8th wonder of the world and I can see why. There are lots of tourists but there is a limit to how many can visit the caves at ant given time. Unlike some of the sites in Vietnam and Thailand, the area is still relatively ...

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  • 14

    Quezon Memorial Circle

    Elliptical Road, Quezon City, Philippines
    26 reviews

    The lungs of Quezon City, this circular park holds outdoor recreational facilities for fitness and fun. You'll find places to bike, run, shop for native herbs and crafts, eat, even do some ballroom dancing. There are rapelling and adventure activities. Perfect for families.

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  • 15

    Magellan's Cross

    Plaza Sugbo, off Magallanes Street, Cebu City
    28 reviews

    Should totally be one of your first stops when you're in Cebu! :) Learn a bit more of Philippine history here! :)

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  • 16

    Manila Cathedral

    General Luna Street, Manila, Philippines
    23 reviews

    The Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, informally known as the Manila Cathedral, is aRoman Catholic basilica located in Manila,Philippines, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary asOur Lady of the Immaculate Conception, the Principal Patroness of the Philippines. The cathedral serves as the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, currently Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, the de facto Primate of the Philippines. Located at Plaza de Roma in the Intramuros district of Manila, the cathedral was originally a parish ...

  • 17

    San Agustin Church

    General Luna Street, Intramuros 1002, Manila
    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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  • 18

    Quiapo Church

    Plaza Miranda and Quezon Boulevard, Manila 1011 Philippines
    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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  • 19

    Kawasan Falls

    Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Philippines
    15 reviews

    Been here twice and this place is a must see. Just be ready to pay a small entrance fee and if you decide to get a table there, that's another small fee. Also this place is a bit of a hike to get to from the street, but well worth the walk, Water is crystal clear and this place is ...

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  • 20

    Lapu-Lapu Monument

    Lapu-Lapu, Mactan Island
    19 reviews

    The first cultural monument on Lapu Lapu island you will see as you leave the airport. A must see to understand the history of the country.

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