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Manila Sightseeing Tour

PACKAGE RATES

1 person

5,180 pesos

2 person

2,930 pesos per person

3 person

2,180 pesos per person

4 person

1,805 pesos per person

5 person

1,880 pesos per person

ITINERARY

8 Hours Duration

 

Itinerary will depend on the pickup point. Relax in air-conditioned comfort as your driver deals with the chaotic Manila traffic.

 

Places to be visited/see are: The Financial District of Makati; American Memorial Taguig; Luneta (aka Rizal Park); CCP Complex; National Museum; San Sebastian Church; Slum Areas and Intramuros which consist of Fort Santiago; Manila Cathedral; San Agustin Baroque Church; Plaza San Luis and Baluarte De San Diego.

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS

 

- Round-trip private air-conditioned transfers

*MPV or VAN (depending on number of pax or upgrade request)
- Gas, toll fees, service of a tourist driver

- Fort Santiago

- Baluarte de San Diego

- Plaza San Luis

- National Museum

- American Memorial Park

- Bottled water

 

ADD ONS:

Casa Manila

San Agustin Museum

Jeepney Factory

Bamboo Organ

 

**The cost (entrance fee) of add ons is at your personal expense and can be payable on the spot. An additional 400php for overtime (per hour) and detours like Jeepney Factory & Bamboo Organ.

 

**Pick-up and drop-off is from Makati Business District, Bonifacio Global City, Pasay City and Malate District areas only. Extra charge of 500 pesos per way for the other areas of pickup and/or drop off.

 

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What's in Manila?

Manila American Cemetery and Memorial 

The American Cemetery is located in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

 

It contains the largest number of graves, in a total of 17,202 American and Allied Servicemen who died fighting Japanese in World War II, most of whom lost their lives in operations in New Guinea and the Philippines.

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Luneta Rizal Park

The Luneta Park is located in Ermita, Manila, Philippines.

 

The famous park is known as Jose Rizal's Monument. He's the National Hero of the Philippines in Spanish Colonal Period that began in 1820. Rizal was a Doctor and an Author who published Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo in which he was arrested by Spanish Soldiers claiming he's a rebel for what he wrote that inspired a Revolution called "KKK" lead by Andres Bonifacio.

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CCP Complex (Cultural Center of the Philippines)

The Complex is located in Roxas Boulevard, Manila, Philippines.

 

The complex is a National Theatre and a Museum where you will find and explore Filipino History Culture. It consists of two zones: Art zone and Commercial and Entertainment zone.

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National Museum

The National Museum is located in Padre Burgos Avenue, Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila,

 

The museum is also known for the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, and National Museum of Planetarium.

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San Sebastian Church

The Church is located in Quaipo, Manila, Philippines.

 

The church has also known as a Minor Basilica of San Sebastian. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1973 by President Ferdinand Marcos and as a National Cultural Treasure in 2011. The prefabricated steel sections that would compose the church were manufactured in Binche, Belgium

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Intramuros

The Historic Walled Area is located in Manila, Philippines.

 

Intramuros is also known for "within the walls" or "Walled City" where the construction referred to as "defensive walls", started during Spanish Empire. The strategic location was an ideal location for Tagalog tribes and kingdoms to trade with merchants from China, India, Borneo, and Indonesia. Spaniards declared the area of Manila as the new capital of the Spanish colony in 1571. During the attack of Chinese Pirates, a lot of Spaniards got destroyed which prompted the construction of the wall.

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