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Discover the top sights of Manila on a 4-hour sightseeing tour by coach with an expert guide. Take in the City of Makati and Old Manila, including landmarks such as Nielson Tower, American Cemetery and Memorial and the old walled city of Intramuros. Walk through Intramuros to see UNESCO World Heritage sites including San Agustin Church and Fort Santiago, and learn about the nation's history and heroes like Dr Jose Rizal. You'll gain insight into the Philippine's history, the Spanish colonial era and vibrant modern-day Manila.
Unpick the historical threads of Philippine culture as you stroll Manila’s 16th-century walled city, Intramuros, with a guide. Hear how Manila evolved through Malay, Spanish, American, and Japanese eras; learn about pre-colonization peoples and the national hero Dr. José Rizal; and see colonial-era sights including San Agustin Church and Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy bottled water and light refreshments as you walk.
Soak up the history as you slurp down the snacks on this foodie walking tour of Manila’s historic downtown, Quiapo. Visit Quiapo Church, San Sebastian Church, and two local markets, and ride a jeepney to the Muslim Quarter. Along the way, taste local delicacies, Filipino Muslim specialties, and classic snacks, as your guide unveils the grandeur of ages past.
Philippine has a vast and long bloody history. Colonize and destroyed but we still have a reason to smile. Old-world Intramuros is home to Spanish-era landmarks like Fort Santiago, with a large stone gate and a shrine to national hero José Rizal. The ornate Manila Cathedral houses bronze carvings and stained glass windows, while the San Agustin Church museum has religious artwork and statues. Spanish colonial furniture and art fill Casa Manila museum, and horse-drawn carriages (kalesa) ply the area’s cobblestone streets.
A tour of Intramuros can easily be done individually, but for an immersive experience, having a professional guide is an advantage. We are a team of Department of Tourism Trained Guides. Not included in the attractions listed are unique stops that can include liqueur tasting made from locally sourced ingredients or Sampaguita Ice Cream sampling. Sampaguita (Philippine Jasmine) is the national flower of the country characterised by its delicate features and scent.
The Museo ng Kasaysayang Panlipunan ng Pilipinas provides a glimpse of Filipino social history in the past and today. Mariano Pamintuan and Valentina Torres built it in 1890 as a wedding gift to their son, Florentino.Museo Ning Angeles is currently being managed by Kuliat Foundation, Inc., whose absolute purpose is to preserve the history, culture, and traditions of Angeles City through the development and promotion of historical, cultural, educational, environmental, social and economic plans, programs.The Holy Rosary Parish, formerly known as Santo Rosario Church, today fondly called by locals as "Pisambang Maragul" ("Big Church") stands in the epicenter of the old Culiat town, ie. Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines.Historic Camalig Restaurant is a 100-year-old ancestral grain depot restored in 1980 turned into a restaurant. Camalig is a Kapampangan word for shed. It has also landscaped patio for al fresco dining. Bale-Balayan Foundation is located in Barangay Sta. Teresita