Historic Sites in Luzon

Historic Sites in Luzon, Philippines

Luzon Historic Sites

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  • Citygal12456
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia79 contributions
    It is beautifully restored and kept clean. Signages and information on items are good. I hope they can continue to maintain it.
    Written 6 September 2020
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  • Gbert Creatives | i-travel Manila
    Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines14 contributions
    If you like to visit place in the Philippines and you don't have enough time to travel with your kids, this is the place you should visit with your family and friends. It is very educational and the staff around the park is very friendly. Souvenirs are cheap and native. Come by Nayong Pilipino Park at Clark visit some of the popular place in Manila in a 1 hour tour.
    Written 9 February 2020
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  • Debbie
    New South Wales, Australia15 contributions
    The house on display was very impressive. It wasn't difficult to imagine how a privileged family lived in that kind of house. Signs were very detailed and informative.
    Written 7 January 2020
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  • Ramanuj Naik
    Bhilai, India25 contributions
    Garden in the sky, that's Tam awan village although its not a real native village but has been converted to contemporary art gallery where you can get nature and art .Nestled into the hilly mountains of Baguio is an unsuspecting art village. At a glance, you only notice traditional huts with grass roofs scattered on different levels of elevation throughout the forest.they have nice forest views koi ponds and much more. Enterance is 60 Php
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • Aya P
    62 contributions
    We went here with school kids. They had a lot of fun and learning about the past life of Rizal and his family. The only problem here was the they don’t have any parking area. We only parked on side street. But still, that was just a minor issue. All the rest of our experience here great bonding and fun.
    Written 15 November 2020
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  • Czar Emmanuel
    Manila, Philippines6,058 contributions
    Whether you're a Marcos supporter or not, this place is worth-visiting for its beauty and historical significance. It gives you some idea of how luxurious the lifestyle of the Marcos family was during their heyday. The style of the place is both local and colonial. I love the open spaces, the vast rooms, the furniture, etc. The "palace" itself is well-kept, but not the rest of the compound (particularly the pool area, the jai-alai court, and the native house nearby). Tours of Ilocos Norte usually includes this in the itinerary. Well, it's located just around 5kms from Laoag City proper, so you might as well visit it. I just hope that they had short descriptions of the salas and the rooms to provide visitors with some info, so that they could appreciate the place more.
    Written 2 January 2022
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  • ybo7000
    Zamboanga City, Philippines213 contributions
    Nice and elegant. Lot of free space allocated for trees, plants n parks, wide roads n sidewalks, lots of shops n restaurants, air quality is very good, place is clean, safe, well maintained n well developed. Good place to take a walk, hangout, chill n relax.
    Written 20 September 2022
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  • Brix510
    San Jose, CA951 contributions
    This place is so big and diverse and really does feel like the china towns in San francisco and New York but just on a larger scale with the familiar smells and feels of chinatown
    Written 8 August 2022
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  • BlueKnight20
    Taguig City, Philippines50 contributions
    First time to see this structure, nothing fancy you just go there for a photo op. I hope they open it at least near the Mansion itself, you have your guard anyway. Also an alternate point when going to Wright Park and nearby spots.
    Written 6 January 2022
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  • malupit
    Manila, Philippines539 contributions
    Great hillside views from the site. The staff is friendly and accommodating, we were allowed to climb to the top of the lighthouse. Not much else to do though. Not bad for a quick photo op.
    Written 27 June 2021
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  • Rynzel G
    Dagupan, Philippines62 contributions
    This place is highly-recommended for people whose fond of historical sites and monuments and as well as long winding and steep road.
    There is no other than any tourist sites near this place, please be advised.
    We had a 2 and a half motorcycle ride from Tagudin National Highway, Ilocos Sur up to this place.
    Please be careful as there are lots of rocks along the road and as well as falling rocks on the side. (not advisable to visit during rainy season)
    The view of the mountains of Cordillera is so majestic and breathtaking. I can say that it is really worth the ride.

    Once you get there, there are few shops that offers food, vegetables and souvenirs.
    There is an entrance fee that is amounting to 10Php(Philippine Peso).
    I would highly recommend you to take your camera as this is a place where you can take Instagram worthy pictures.
    Written 6 May 2018
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,327 contributions
    Called the first hero of WW2 by Roosevelt. Kelly ordered his crew to abandon the plane while he stayed aboard to try to make it home. His crew survived but he perished. They’re two memorials to him in area - one next to buzz Wagner memorial and the bigger one down Ninoy Aquino Ave and just near to a street called Uwak. Shaded lovely memorial
    Written 28 March 2019
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,327 contributions
    Lt Boyd “Buzz” Wagner was the first US ace of WW2 and was shot down while returning from mission. This marker also has a companion next to it honouring Captain Kelly.
    Written 28 March 2019
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  • FBIAgent
    San Jose, CA USA94 contributions
    Don't you just love old churches? It's the nostalgic architecture that the early colonizers left in the Philippines...at least they did one good thing.

    Romantic, spiritual, historical all wrapped in one. When I went I pretty much had the place to myself, which added to the spiritual vibe that I experienced.

    Light a candle, say a prayer, and let your prayers be fulfilled.
    Written 16 June 2022
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  • Elijah S
    70 contributions
    This place is a part of phil history.good thing is that at least the place was preserved for the next generation. This will always remind us that Train Transportation was there before we knew it!
    Written 15 February 2019
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