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This area of Luzon has approximately 1,600,000 people.
SM Mall of Asia is a world-famous attraction.

Hang out with the kids at Star City and Enchanted Kingdom. For even more fun, continue on to Manila Ocean Park and the Children's Museum.

The kids can spend a whole day walking around and gawking at the wide range of creatures at the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center and the Manila Zoo.

The Resorts World Manila, the Casino Filipino and the Pagcor Casino are sure bets if you're feeling lucky.

On a fine day, grab a bite to eat and find a shady nook at one of the area's leafy urban parks, such as the Baywalk and Rizal Park. Rajah Sulayman Park and Paco Park are two more pleasant spots to while away the afternoon and finally read that neglected book of yours.

If you can safely get to a high vantage point, the view over Hinulugang Taktak and Bantakay Falls is impressive.
Pasig River is an idyllic place to spot wildlife and skim a few stones.

Switch off your phone and give yourself a break from the modern world at La Mesa Nature Reserve and La Mesa Eco Park. Nature enthusiasts will also enjoy Marikina River Park and Malaguinoan Island.

Set aside a day or two to explore some of the favored cultural spaces nearby. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you admire the displays at the Alliance Francaise and the Ayala Museum. The National Museum of the Philippines and the Bahay Tsinoy are also well worth a visit.

The specimens at the National Museum of the Filipino People are more than just fun to look at. They also play an important role in helping us understand the natural world.

An oasis for art aficionados, this area houses an impressive range of gallery spaces in which amateur and professional artists regularly exhibit their wares. Stop by the GSIS Museum of Art and the Makati Museum to see the best of what this creative city has to offer. The Metropolitan Museum and the Hiraya Gallery are also worth a browse if you can fit them in before dinner.

Make your way through the peaceful hallways and view the exhibits on display at the Casa Manila Museum.

To find out more about the area's rich and fascinating past, be sure to visit at least one of its many historic structures and monuments. Start your history lesson at the Far Eastern University or the Ateneo de Manila University. When it comes to bygone times, there's always more to discover. Supreme Court of the Philippines and Manila City Hall are also great places to stop by.

Observe the water flowing underneath Quezon Bridge, an impressive example of civil engineering.

Military history buffs should enjoy touring Baluarte de San Diego and Baluarte de San Andres, two examples of the area's various fortifications and defenses. Fort Santiago and Reducto De San Pedro are two more places that have played an integral role in defending Manila from enemy attacks.

Stately homes often represent the time's very highest standards in architecture and design, and Manila's are no exception. Admire the furnishings and relax in the courtyards and gardens at Malacanang Palace, the Coconut Palace and Presidential Museum and Library.

The spiritual side of the area can be found at San Agustin Church and San Sebastian Church. Manila Cathedral and Santa Cruz Church are two more interesting sacred sites.

Before you pack your bags and make your way home, make sure you check out a few of the area's lesser-known attractions. World Health Organization and Department of Foreign Affairs are two recommended options. Also, think about a visit to the Manila Yacht Club and the National Library of the Philippines if you have time.

Accommodation in Manila


Before you leave home, peruse Expedia's Manila hotel guide to find the best deals for the capital's many lodging options.

Raffles Makati at 1 Raffles Drive, Ayala Center, and the Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Manila, at Ayala Street and Makati Avenue are among the more stylish hotel options in Manila. If you want to see what the cheaper options are like, the Eurotel Makati, at Chino Roces Cor. Arnaiz Avenue, and the Makati International Inns, at 7461 Santillan St, Bgy Pio del Pilar, are worth checking out as well.