Sights & landmarks in Luzon

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  • Marty
    Cebu City, Philippines380 contributions
    Nearly all historical sites around Intramuros Manila are closed for now , during to coronavirus restrictions...

    It was still interesting to walk around the streets inside this historical Manila location
    Written 7 December 2020
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  • Vincent Belgium
    Liège, Belgique4 contributions
    We’ve done a 2 days trek in the banaue rice terraces and it was gorgeous 🤩
    The trek was not easy due to a typhoon that occurred 2 days before (the paths were a little damaged but nothing dangerous).
    Our guide (Graham Zoro Hangdaan) was just simply the best (very friendly, he knows his region very well and love it 😊). He also speak a little bit French.

    The experience and the landscapes that you can live during the trek are just astonishing
    Written 5 November 2022
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  • teky929rr
    Old Bridge, NJ164 contributions
    This was a very nice experience, you get to visit the fort Santiago and it’s gated. So no pan handlers or horse rides bothering you. It’s a very quiet and private experience which I loved. You get to see a unique history of Manila. You have great views of the rice and the city do not miss taking photos here I was very impressed how well the ground was taken care of. I would highly recommend bring water cause it’s hot!
    Written 10 November 2022
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  • Hanzjeff
    Batan Island, Philippines7 contributions
    The place was great, the area was smaller than i expected though, my expectation was the whole town have these old houses and structures but turned out it was just the street of Calle Crisologo.

    It was like time traveling because of that ancient old traditional vibe. People are kind by the way. We stayed at a small inn or hotel (Calle Crisologo) and i was stunned on how they preserved the house. Me and my wife enjoyed our visit.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Czar Emmanuel
    Manila, Philippines6,062 contributions
    Closely associated with the Augustinian presence in the Philippines, this church is one of the oldest churches in the country founded in the 16th century. It has an impressive structure, with amazing frescoes on the ceiling, very rich religious refurbishment, beautiful antique statues of saints, etc. Not to miss is the main altar, the pulpit, the choir loft, and the room on the left of the main altar where the tomb containing the mortal remains of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi (founder of the city of Manila in 1571) is found. With all its cultural wealth to offer and rich history, it is not surprising that this church, dedicated to Saint Paul and not really to Saint Augustine, has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site. It's definitely worth-visiting!
    Written 11 September 2022
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  • derektrips
    Philippines528 contributions
    Must see! Built thousands of years ago and still being used today. Color of the rice terraces depend on the time of year. Take a tricycle to Batad from Banaue, hire a guide or not. We didn't hire a guide and just took the most worn trail, you can see where most the people are going or coming from. I think a guide can be useful to tell a little about the history and the customs of the local people in addition to taking the best trails. Be ready for a good day of moderate to difficult trekking. Enjoy a meal of local cuisine and rice at several restaurants and cafes while enjoying the view.
    Written 26 November 2022
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  • John Karlo M
    2 contributions
    A great place to walk around. Lots of tall building makes you think that you are in another country.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Brix510
    San Jose, CA951 contributions
    Nice cathedral and worth a quick stop when in Intramuros and touring a lot of the colonial places - nicely situated
    Written 8 August 2022
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  • LKMT
    Quezon City, Philippines9 contributions
    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
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  • derektrips
    Philippines528 contributions
    Nice big park at the center of town. It has a small lake where you can rent a boat to paddle around. Rent a bicycle or find a shaded area just to sit and people watch. Take the kids to the children park so they can play on all the slides and swings. Make sure to check out the Orchardium if you're a plant lover.
    Written 26 November 2022
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  • Royce
    2 contributions
    I am humbled and honored to even have a glimpse of knowledge about the sacrifices my fellow countrymen made to bring the freedom and privilege I have today.
    Written 17 September 2022
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  • ToujoursLaRoute
    Iasi, Romania982 contributions
    Nice park, free access, a perfect spot to take a picture with the remainings of the church, but also with the volcano that provoked the disaster. Plenty of little shops at the entrance, with a lot to offer at low prices. Do not miss the crispy pilli and the chili ice cream.
    Written 22 September 2022
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  • Latrinidad L
    10 contributions
    I recommend going really early to avoid the long lines. Its probably not worth it if you're really short on time. You'll be able to purchase their products in a lot of other areas that resell them (but of course a bit more Php) like the bus terminals and main tourist attractions.
    Written 6 January 2022
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  • Dan F
    Batangas City, Philippines4 contributions
    Very long and full of trees all around. Good environment for worship and mass…although a bit noisy. Very good nonetheless
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • ErikHK28
    Luzon, Philippines308 contributions
    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
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