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- Very informative and educational. I learned a lot about Philippine history. The attendants and security staff were all extremely helpful and friendly. The only downside was being swamped by hawkers at the front entranceWritten 21 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It was an amazing experience that we did with I think the best guide ever. His is Jercy Cabbigat, you can find him and contact him on Facebook.
He is so kind, and he made us a lot of surprise, please contact him, he proposed an amazing 2days trek, trust him you will have the best view tips and experience of your life in the banaue terasses
We fully recommend him !!!!!
Claudia and ClaraWritten 24 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Historical place at manila. have to buy ticket at the entrance. There are lots of tour guide asking for city tour. Unsure if they are the licensed tour guide
The fort is not not really that big. Maybe spending 1 hour is enough. However there are many other tourist spots around that area.Written 3 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This oldest church in Philippine is located inside historic walled city of Intramuros. It was destroyed twice by fire when it was built by bamboo and wood. Ultimately it reopened in 1607 made with stone. Since then it has survived many eartquakes and Battle of Manila in 1945. it is a World Heritage Site by Unesco. A lot of weddings and other ceremonies take place here nowdays.
Worth seeing...Written 22 October 2023
- I hiked the Batad Rice Terraces on 12/13 & other trails during a month long trip to Philippines & posted a vlog on Y0üTube w/ tips & info so you can be prepared! Search "Nikko Gandia Travels"
There was breathtaking views during the hike and our stay at the Hillside Inn. Wear hiking shoes with grip due to the narrow/partially paved trail.
Our 4 day road trip included Batad Rice Terraces, Apo Whang Od Buscalan Village, Vigan, and La Union, and was organized by Bahaghari Tours.Written 6 August 2023
- Our family had a great time in Vigan and Calle Crisologo was so beautiful and historical I should say. Bringing you back to the old days which is so magnificent. Love Vigan and planning to back next year.Written 8 November 2023
- It’s a well maintained cathedral built in 1571 a long time ago and good for photos. Being a tourist area some tour hagglers but friendly and not too pushy. The fort is just across the roadWritten 27 October 2023
- Posh and clean city area. High raised buildings, huge malls and walking spaces make this place a must see in Manila. A must visit area in Manila. It was amazing to see the lights litgo celebrate Christmas.Written 19 November 2023
- As for a story lover, this is the place you would like to visit. To feel its breathtaking and beautiful view located in the most primary landscape in the Taguig. This is also one of largest American memorial cemetery outside the USAWritten 12 August 2023
- A clean park where you can sit and relax. There are lots of snacks nearby and activities too. You can get a massage, henna tattoo, go on a boat ride etc.Written 22 February 2023
- When visiting Sagada this is of course a must see, but only once will do. At the time we go, Sagada just "opened" and only limited tours were available. Sign up a day before for the tour. It is a 2 hours hike in total easy to medium. The guide was very nice and accommodating. The coffins itself you only see like 10 and it is an interesting way to be buried but once you seen it it is OK.Written 9 March 2022
- Peaceful place to reflect on life in Makati in the middle of a hustling city Grea place also to chill outWritten 20 July 2023
- It's big. It's cold. But it's impersonal. Sound system is bad for concerts unless outsourced, as with chance the rapper in 2018. But none thugs and harmony had bad sound, not good for the beats. Parking is hard for events and foreigners abound who have taken over Pasay City, making it even harder to get around or park.
The vip lounge is too high to enjoy anything on court. Furthermore, it splits lower from upper box so sitting in upper box is like being in gen ad. So not worth it as its vertiginous already.Written 19 February 2020
- When you think about Mayon Volcano, Bicol, and Albay there is no way you cannot associate it with Cagsawa Ruins. This sends me back when I was a kid, It never fails to amaze me thinking about how that belfry signifies Bicol, Mayon and Albay. Its a good thing they we're able to maintain it through all those times, this is still a place to go.
There are a lot of stalls where you can buy souvenirs, food and try the Sili Ice Cream, and new attaction like the ATV adventure.
It's a well recommended place.Written 3 July 2023
- It is locatd next to San Augustin Church in a historic walled city of Intramuros. It is all about the lifestyle of affluent Filipinos during conolial Spainish rule.Written 24 October 2023
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