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Malacanang Palace

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J.P. Laurel Street | San Miguel, Manila, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
(63-2) 784 4286
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A walk through the history of Philippines

Our tour guide Luis was amazing. He brought us through the rooms and, through It, explained the... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Andy C
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Singapore
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A Must See Museum in Manila

To see the history of the Philippine Presidents..this is a must see. The Palace was built is 1750... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2018
Brian H
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Phoenix, Arizona
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“deep history” (2 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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J.P. Laurel Street | San Miguel, Manila, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
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(63-2) 784 4286
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US$14 per adult
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Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

Our tour guide Luis was amazing. He brought us through the rooms and, through It, explained the history of the country. It was mesmerising and wonderful.

Thank Andy C
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

To see the history of the Philippine Presidents..this is a must see. The Palace was built is 1750 and has a deep history. Inside the museum they have many campaign posters, clothing, personal effects, gifts, publications, books, documents of former presidents, artwork and furniture from...More

Thank Brian H
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Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

Its been a lot of beutiful attractions here in manila and in the whole phillippine archiepelago but this one has slight modern twist and deep history since iam an filipino it was my first time to go there and i reccomend it

1  Thank Jan Allen M
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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Not as heavily publicised as other attractions but should be on top of the list for your visit to manila

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Reviewed 16 November 2017

Perched overlooking the Pasig River, this sprawling palace complex dates to the mid-18th century, when it was built as the residence of a Spanish aristocrat before becoming the office of the Spanish and, later, American governors-general. It's been the official residence of the Philippine president...More

1  Thank Paul F
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Reviewed 18 October 2017

It's well worth making the time to tour the palace to get a sense of the history of the Philippines since spanish rule. Many of the rooms are open to the public tours including the balcony from which Marcos declared marshal law.

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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

今日は フィリピン最後の記念に Malacañang Museum and Library行って来ました。日本で言うところの首相官邸、又はホワイトハウスってとこですね。勿論建物は違いますが、、2013にアキノ大統領が 高山右近を模した木彫りを贈呈したらしい(レプリカがありました) 日本から送られた人形がスゴイです、ノリタケの食器も、、、 ドテルテ大統領の大いき絵2点日本のアーティストが書いたものらしい。(名前忘れました(笑)) Before we go back to Japan we went to Malacañang Museum and Library today. It's like the White House of US. Of course the buliding is different. When Prime Minister Abe visited the Philippines in 2013,...More

Thank Kuniaki G
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Reviewed 29 March 2017

we visited the malacanan palace for the kids to get a sense of history. i enjoyed the fascinating architecture starting from the gate to the interior designs.

1  Thank violetvodka
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