Government Buildings in Luzon

Government Buildings in Luzon, Philippines

Government Buildings in Luzon

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  • marichu m
    Pagadian City, Philippines22 contributions
    The PICC has maintained it's cleanliness and amenities and the convention halls are still cold and well maintained, so are the toilets.
    Written 28 October 2019
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  • Ganda143
    11 contributions
    If you like history or would like to know additional information about the country's presidents, you might consider visiting the place. You can only take pictures inside the museum but no video is allowed. There is also a tour guide which is nice. I was just really disappointed to see the souvenir store. It's like a 'sari-sari' store located near the entrance. The store is too small (like a booth) and with a cashier. It is not appealing at all! Although there's no entrance fee, management should consider improving the souvenir store area.
    Written 21 February 2020
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  • Iamhappy
    11 contributions
    The building itself looks big outside, very spacious inside, well decorated and clean but the staff...some of them are really nice, maybe because they know us, but if the staff doesn't know you, they are usually rude. I
    Written 8 February 2019
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  • KGB777
    Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
    This is a nice enough office building located near the Manila Cathedral on the Plaza Roma. It didn't seem possible to go inside when we were there. THe building looks attractive enough from the outside.
    Written 11 June 2020
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  • guillermo
    Philippines911 contributions
    The historical city hall of Manila has rich stories from the early Spanish settlement, to the American period and the Japanese occupation. A sit of city goverment, you can ask for tour of the building from the tourism office who will accommodate you around. Its always a busy place for people from all places, and traffic are heavy.
    Written 18 May 2020
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  • hitman531ph
    Quezon City, Philippines309 contributions
    It's a Mandaluyong government center. Only the new building is the feature here. Other than that, most structures came out of the 60's and 70's. I was here for permits and stuff. Nothing more.
    Written 18 April 2018
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  • alexyap55
    Quezon City, Philippines4 contributions
    Even though not as many people are allowed outside, it was still jam-packed with citizens looking to fulfill their requirements. The guards were nice though in assisting us with our parking and in giving us directions.
    Written 28 April 2021
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  • SherwinJoseph
    Luzon, Philippines788 contributions
    The Guinobatan (Albay PH) municipal hall has preserved its old design/structure. It looks like it was the original structure and maintained to be like that. I love the brown, wooden facade and the stairs in front of the building. It's like you're in the Spanish era.

    The municipal hall is located near the Guinobatan plaza and the Catholic church.
    Written 18 January 2016
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,327 contributions
    Fascinating history but we only had time to check out the views from atop the hill. Most tours will have this spot as part of itinerary
    Written 17 March 2019
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  • Explorerold
    Quezon City, Philippines216 contributions
    It's an old government building for sure but it needs refurbishment soon. The facilities are not good enough and many things are still done manually. No numbering system in place. The signs are not clear. Basically you can see that PostOffice is so left behind vs other gov't agencies.

    As much as possible, i prefer my orders shipped directly to me but there are instances wherein some will have to pass through customs and eventually have to be claimed at the post office. You can actually track packages online but it's not very accurate.

    The staff are okay. They can be fast sometimes. I really wish the system can be improved. With a lot of different shipping options that are more reliable, no wonder that not a lot of people prefer to send their parcel here. The handling fee of 112PHP is acceptable but it could be better if they just deliver it to your home directly unless especially if the parcel are just regular stuff. They mostly deliver if it's electronic equipment e.g wireless headphones.
    Written 23 November 2020
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