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About Manila

Manila is the capital of the Philippines, and along with the Metro Manila area forms one of the most populous urban regions in the world, with Manila itself possibly the most densely populated city in the world. The city is a magnificent cultural melting pot, just like the rest of the country which was a former Spanish colony, and old Spanish buildings coexist with modern buildings at various districts. Travel to this massive city now with our 2015 tours and activities.

Go on a Manila City Tour and explore the city’s most famous sites and attractions. Visit the massive Mall of Asia, one of the largest malls in the world, and explore its huge shopping area and lovely seaside boulevard. Enter the Spanish-era walled city of Intramuros and see Casa Manila, a reconstructed Spanish villa from the 1800s, now used as a museum depicting colonial lifestyle of the upper-class Filipinos of the time. See the San Agustin Church and Museum, a majestic stone church first completed in 1571 and renovated in 1604, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and contains a museum filled with a collection of religious artifacts from the old Spanish era. End your tour at the National Museum, where you can see artifacts from sunken Spanish Galleons that plied the trade route between Mexico and the Philippines.

Enter the richly cultural Binondo Chinatown and go on a culinary walking tour. Here you’ll be able to see incredible sights and feast on an eclectic mix of Chinese and Filipino cuisines in the oldest Chinatown district in the world. Visit an incredible 16th century cathedral in the Baroque style, shop in many stalls and stores all over the street, and learn about this historical place.

Exit the city limits and explore Quezon province, where you’ll get to see many houses made during the pre-war era, as well as an 18th century church, the St. Francis of Assisi church. Eat local delights such as pansit and halo halo, and enjoy the beautiful countryside sights.

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