Manila City Tour + Manila Bay Dinner Cruise Combo

-8% Manila City Tour + Manila Bay Dinner Cruise Combo

Take in the sights and sounds of Manila! Go on a coach tour of Manila and visit some of its most iconic sites. Then, enjoy Manila Bay's famous sunset on board a dining yacht.

5 hours
Tours around Manila
Manila, Philippines

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About Manila Cultural Center of the Philippines

Opened in 1969, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) has achieved much to preserve the nation’s cultural heritage and support the Filipino people’s creative growth. The CCP is not simply a venue for various artistic and cultural events; it also frequently organizes workshops, seminars, and competitions that encourage the growth of aspiring artists. Its museum provides curatorial assistance and organizes workshops on indigenous art forms.

The CCP’s Main Building or Tanghalang Pambansa, the most prominent structure on the reclaimed area beside Roxas Boulevard, was designed by leading architect and National Artist Leandro V. Locsin. It has a ramp leading to the entrance, giving its façade a unique look. At night, a huge fountain treats spectators with a light and water show. CCP’s five theaters, two galleries, and three corridors that showcase various artworks are named after famous Filipino artists. It also houses an extensive Filipiniana library.


1. Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater) –seating capacity is 1,823; has four levels: Orchestra, Boxes, Balcony I, and Balcony II

2. Tanghalang Aurelio V. Tolentino (Little Theater) – seating capacity is 421

3. Tanghalang Huseng Batute (Studio Theater) – seating capacity depends on size of stage; has two levels: Gallery and Studio featuring a variable stage

4. Tanghalang Manuel Conde (Dream Theater) – seating capacity is 100; used for film and video screenings

5. Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Folk Arts Theater) – housed in a separate building within the CCP Compound; seating capacity is 8,458


1. Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) – 3rd floor; used for large exhibitions

2. Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) – 4th floor; used for smaller exhibitions and installations

3. Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby) opposite the Luz mural; used for large paintings or wall-mounted works

4. Pasilyo Victorio Edades – hallway located at the east end of the 4th Floor; showcases the works of new talents

5. Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino along Balcony 1 on the 3rd Floor used for regional art works

6. Pasilyo Vicente Manansala – hallway at the 2nd Floor

Attractions inside the CCP compound include the Coconut Palace, Philippine International Convention Center, Sofitel Philippines Plaza Manila (a 5-star hotel), and Star City (amusement park.)

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