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Richard’s guidebook

Richard

Richard’s guidebook

Sightseeing
A park and plaza integral to Philippine history. Independence was officially declared here in 1946, and this is where the patriot José Rizal, our national hero, was executed in 1896.
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Rizal-Park
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A park and plaza integral to Philippine history. Independence was officially declared here in 1946, and this is where the patriot José Rizal, our national hero, was executed in 1896.
This museum has paintings and sculptures by the most prominent Filipino artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. Among them are Juan Luna, Fernando Zóbel and Félix Hidalgo, who represented a wave of Filipino art that swelled as the country was pushing for independence from Spain.
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National Museum Complex
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This museum has paintings and sculptures by the most prominent Filipino artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. Among them are Juan Luna, Fernando Zóbel and Félix Hidalgo, who represented a wave of Filipino art that swelled as the country was pushing for independence from Spain.
Also known as the Walled City and the oldest part of the city. Construction of defensive walls was started by the Spanish colonial government in the late 16th century to protect the city from foreign invasions.
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Intramuros
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Also known as the Walled City and the oldest part of the city. Construction of defensive walls was started by the Spanish colonial government in the late 16th century to protect the city from foreign invasions.
The military base for the Spanish government where the national hero Jose Rizal was incarcerated before his execution. You can see where he was imprisoned, and there’s a shrine in his honour, replicating his ancestral home.
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Fort Santiago
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The military base for the Spanish government where the national hero Jose Rizal was incarcerated before his execution. You can see where he was imprisoned, and there’s a shrine in his honour, replicating his ancestral home.
This is an insight into Manila’s colonial years and the history of the Catholic faith in the Philippines. There’s a big cache of ecclesiastical art including paintings, wooden statues, crucifixes, furniture, antique missals, old vestments and altars brought here from churches around the country.
San Agustin Museum
This is an insight into Manila’s colonial years and the history of the Catholic faith in the Philippines. There’s a big cache of ecclesiastical art including paintings, wooden statues, crucifixes, furniture, antique missals, old vestments and altars brought here from churches around the country.
Food scene
Near the Mall of Asia, set along tight aisles where stalls are piled with shrimp, lobster, crab, mussels and all sorts of fish from tuna to blue marlin, where you buy what you want from these stalls and then take it to the restaurants outside the market to prepare and cook it to your taste.
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Dampa Seaside
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Near the Mall of Asia, set along tight aisles where stalls are piled with shrimp, lobster, crab, mussels and all sorts of fish from tuna to blue marlin, where you buy what you want from these stalls and then take it to the restaurants outside the market to prepare and cook it to your taste.
It is a small compound in the bustling Makati, where Filipinos can get a taste of authentic Japanese food without having to leave the country. There are 13 restaurants offering delicious servings of Japanese food that are close to the real thing. Each has an extensive menu and their own specialty
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Little Tokyo
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It is a small compound in the bustling Makati, where Filipinos can get a taste of authentic Japanese food without having to leave the country. There are 13 restaurants offering delicious servings of Japanese food that are close to the real thing. Each has an extensive menu and their own specialty