Manila Baywalk

A seaside promenade overlooking Manila Bay along Roxas Boulevard. It is a 2km stretch from the US Embassy and the CCP just past the Manila Yacht Club.

Manila Zoological & Botanical Garden

Home to about a thousand animals from 90 species. It is also home to many plant collections from the Philippine islands and South Pacific Region. 

Plaza Sulayman & Remedios Church

Named after Rajah Sulayman, sovereign of the Kingdom of Maynila, resisting invasion of Spanish troops. It fronts the main church of Malate District, dedicated to Our Lady of Remedies, Malate Church.

UP Manila & PGH

Philippine General Hospital is the biggest modern tertiary hospital in the country. It is located in the University of the Philippines - Manila complex, one of the country's leading medical schools. 

Paco Park and Cemetery

A garden park, once a cemetery. Walls are hollow to serve as nices. Inside is a chapel dedicated to St. Pancratius, greek for "the one that holds everything."

Manila Ocean Park

An oceanarium, a world-class marine theme park. An integrated urban resort with marine life attractions and aqua-themed amenities. 

Quirino Grandstand

Formerly known as the Independence Grandstand, designed by Ilustre with Art Deco influence. The venue for Independence day activities and other large national gatherings. 

Luneta National Park

Rizal Park, previously Bagumbayan, is the site for Rizal's execution. His monument is the park's symbolic focal point. It a favorite leisure spot and one of the largest urban parks in Asia. 

National Museum

The National Museum operates the National Museums of Fine Arts, Anthropology, Natural History, and National Planetarium, all located in the vicinity of Rizal Park in Manila. 

Manila City Hall

The office of the Mayor of the Manila and chambers of the City Council. It also houses the largest clock tower in the Philippines. 


"Within the Walls", the oldest district and historic core of Manila. The Walled City during Spanish colonization, and was the seat of the Government. 

San Agustin Church

A Baroque Church of the Philippines, it is designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is also a National Historical Landmark of the Philippines. 

Manila Cathedral

The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan of the Immaculate Conception, is a Roman Catholic basilica. This serves as the Episcopal See of the Archbishop of Manila. 

Fort Santiago

Fort Santiago is a citadel first built by Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi for the city. The defense fortress is part of Intramuros.


The world's oldest Chinatown and a previous center of commerce. It is home to the Binondo Church, Chinese herbal stores, restaurants and delicacies. 

Basílica de San Sebastián

A designated National Historical Landmark, a revival of Gothic architecture. It is the only all-steel church in the Philippines and the only prefabricated steel church in the world. 

Malacañan Palace

The official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines. A complex of buildings in Spanish colonial and Neo-classical style. 

University of Santo Tomas

The Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, The Catholic University of the Philippines, founded by Benavides on 1611, it is the oldest university in Asia.