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Cast your eyes down from the towering skyscrapers and you’ll see the best of Manila in its streets. Authentic eateries serving up local specialties, busy indie nightclubs, and cutting-edge art galleries make up just a small taste of this quirky capital city’s culture. Historic churches and European-style fortifications sit alongside lush, tropical greener, making the capital of the Philippines a photographer’s paradise. This coastal city offers stunning views round every corner, as well as the chance to escape to lush beaches.

Things to see in Manila

A major tourist attraction in Manila is Rizal Park, one of Asia’s largest urban parks. This expansive green space is home to a Chinese garden, various works of art, and a diorama of the martyrdom of national hero, José Rizal.and Manila Ocean Park—a huge oceanarium featuring an underwater tunnel. The National Museum of the Philippines is located in central Manila, housing the country’s primary fine art, natural history and archaeology exhibitions. To see the other side of this capital city’s history, head to the Rizal Shrine. This fortified complex is dedicated to the life of José Rizal, and visitors can see many of his collections of books, shells, and art. Manila Cathedral offers a stunning glimpse into the lives of the deeply religious people of Manila. This Neo-Romanesque church attracts many visitors keen to capture some holiday snaps and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.

4-star hotels in Manila

There is a wide range of 4-star hotels in Manila. As with most four-star hotels, Manila’s offer guests the usual creature comforts—warm décor, cozy interiors, and contemporary mod cons, with a few of Manila’s 4-star hotels benefitting from swimming pools and small fitness centers. Breakfast is often included in the price, usually consisting of a continental breakfast buffet, with some local dishes adding Philippines flavour. Hotel staff usually speak excellent English and will be more than happy to give you recommendations of what to see and where to eat during your vacation in Manila.

Where to stay in Manila

In the south of Manila you’ll come to Ermita, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. There’s a good selection of 4-star accommodation to choose from in this area, and you will be spoiled for choice with bars, cafés, and restaurants. There are also a lot of embassies in this district, so you’ll brush shoulders with a lot of well suited and booted travelers. For a piece of history, book a room at a four-star hotel in Manila’s Intramuros district. This former fortress area is now the location of many ruins and remnants of the area’s past.

How to get to Manila

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the city’s main airport, where most visitors will fly into when they travel to Manila. The main carrier is Philippine Airlines, but many other domestic and international airlines also call at the airport. It’s easy to hail a cab and head into town from the airport, or your upscale Manila hotel will be able to offer airport transfers. Another option is to fly into Clark Airport, situated two hours north of the city. This airport is also well serviced by cabs, and both airports feature car rental desks, so arranging private transport is very straightforward.

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