Who doesn’t love to visit the world’s great destinations? A travel lover always seeks new experiences and places to explore. For those travellers’ Manila, the capital of the Philippines is undoubtedly the best gateway.
I have been to the Philippines so many times, and Manila is certainly one of the most incredible destinations in Southeast Asia. Manila is the host of the culture and customs of the Philippines. Some love this buzzing city, and some hate it. But if you ask my advice, I would say embrace the chaos.
If you are a first-time visitor to Manila, it can be overwhelming for you to explore the city. Here, I have listed the 27 best places to visit & things to do in Manila to make your vacation plan easier. If you are one of those need a visa for visiting The Philippines, you can read how you can get a Philippines visa easily here.
Places to Visit & Things to Do in Manila
1. Travel Back in the Old-World at Intramuros
Are you a history seeker? If you are, then Intramuros is the must-visit place for you. Known as the “Walled City”, it carries the history and architectural landmarks of the Spanish Era. A day trip is enough to go sightseeing these historical monuments and sculptures.
Here are some of the best attractions in Intramuros that you must not miss.
Fort Santiago is one of the oldest and most impressive historical sites in Manila. Built-in 1571, this Hispanic stone castle was occupied by the British, Japanese, and Americans. Now it is a museum and the most visited tourist attraction. You can explore the place by sightseeing and walking.
Address: HXVC+M5V, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: 08:00 am to 07:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Adult PHP 75.00 (U$1.49)｜Student PHP 50.00 (U$0.99)
Manila Cathedral is the religious centre of the Archdiocese of Manila. It is not only famous for its historical importance but its incredible intricate design. Make sure you take photos of this outstanding architecture.
Address: Beaterio St, Cabildo St, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: 07:00 am to 05:00 pm
San Agustin Church and Museum
San Agustin Church is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. So you can imagine how much treasure you can explore here. The architecture design has a mixture of Spanish and Chinese styles. The church has been rebuilt many times after World War Ⅱ and the earthquakes.
Address: General Luna St, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: 08:00 am to 12:00 pm & 01:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Adult PHP 200.00 (U$3.99)｜Student PHP 160.00 (U$3.19)
2. Visit the Rizal Park, Dedicated to the Country’s National Hero
Located in the heart of Manila, Rizal Park is a tribute to the Philippines national hero, Jose Rizal. You’ll get to see several monuments and statues throughout the park, which are the symbols of Manila’s history. The park is placed in an outdoor garden, so you’ll also see several local flora and fauna here. If you keep your eyes open, you may also notice the Narra tree, the national tree of the Philippines.
Address: Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Daily 05:00 am to 09:00 pm
Entrance Fee: PHP 50.00 (U$0.99) per person
3. Manila Zoo
It’s well known that Manila Zoo is one of the most popular tourist spots in this city. But the question is why it’s tourists’ favourite attraction?
Well, the answer can not be given in a word. Spreading over a huge area, the zoo is not only the home of hundreds of species of mammals, birds, and reptiles but also houses the Wildlife Rescue Centre, Arboretum, Botanical Garden, and several kids’ Playgrounds.
In Manila Zoo, you will encounter the Asian Elephant, hippopotamus, the Great Philippine Eagle, Malayan Civet, Bengal Tiger, peafowl, herons, monitor lizard, goose, and so many other animals. The zoo is rich in flora and fauna.
Not only that, you can navigate the zoo with a rental boat. And before leaving the zoo check out its souvenir shops to pick up some memories back home.
Address: M. Adriatico St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Manila Residents: PHP 50.00 for adults & PHP 30.00 for children (below 4)｜Foreigners: PHP 100.00 for adults & PHP 60.00 for children (below 4)
4. Enjoy the Golden Hour at Manila Bay
Nothing is more beautiful than the breathtaking sunset view of Manila Bay. People come here for relaxation and tranquillity. The crazy shades of the sky will force you to take outstanding pictures. Make sure you bring your camera. There are many restaurants lining the waterfront, so you can have some snacks or drinks while enjoying this scenic view.
Address: Manila Bay
5. Robinsons Place Mall
If shopping is not your travel purpose, it’s okay! Robinsons Place Mall can change your purpose by influencing via its massive size and unique stores.
What? If you don’t trust my words, you can go by yourself and explore the seven-storeyed mall, Robinsons Place which is currently the largest serving mall in Manila.
Spread over 240,000 square meters, the mall has a surprising number of unique stores where you’ll get all the premium merchandise, cosmetics, fashion accessories, apparel, shoes, bags, and many more things. Not only that, the building has a plethora of entertainment facilities, a gaming zone for kids, and an enormous food court.
So apart from shopping, you can have a family fun time here. And don’t worry about parking space, the mall has multi-storey parking.
Address: Pedro Gil, cor M. Adriatico St, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Sunday to Thursday 10:00 am to 09:00 pm｜Friday & Saturday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
6. Arroceros Forest Park
Manila is the capital city of the Philippines so you must have seen many commercial sites and attractions in this city. Modern buildings are everywhere in Manila but Natural parks are very rare.
Thanks to Arroceros Forest Park which is also known as “Manila’s last lung” because it’s the only Nature park in this city. It is the hidden gem of Manila. Whenever people of Manila get bored and frustrated from the hustle and bustle of the city and want a green environment, they come to Arroceros Forest Park.
The park has nearly 3500 trees of diverse species including acacia mangium, acacia auriculiformis, mahogany, molave, African tulip tree, eucalyptus, Indian tree, and many more. The park also has no shortage of fruit trees and ornamental plants such as avocado, santol, mango, macopa, and rare species of avifauna like pied fantail, brown shrike, long-tailed shrike, Pacific swallow, etc.
Address: 659 A Antonio Villegas St, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 08:00 am to 05:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Free
7. Try Fresh Seafood at Dampa Seaside Market
After visiting the sunset at Manila Bay, it is worthwhile to have some fresh seafood. Just hit up the Dampa seaside market and take whatever seafood you like. Here you’ll get fresh crabs, shrimps, prawns, mussels, lobsters, and all sorts of fishes from tuna to blue marlin at a very reasonable price. Then take this seafood to a nearby restaurant and have it cooked according to your taste. You hardly can forget the taste of these delicious foods.
Address: Diosdado Macapagal Blvd, Pasay, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Daily 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
8. See the Ocean Life at Manila Ocean Park
One of Manila’s best attractions is the Manila Ocean Park. It is an aquarium-themed park that exhibits more than 14,000 aquatic animals, including stingrays, sharks, Jellyfishes, and many more. To have a great view of underwear life, you’ll get to walk through its 25-metre curved glass tunnel. The Oceanarium also offers a couple of educational tours to teach you about marine biodiversity and how to protect them.
Address: Quirino Grandstand, 666 Behind, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Daily 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
Entrance Fee: PHP 400.00 (U$7.99) per person
9. Malacañang Palace
There is no shortage of historical landmarks in Manila and Malacañang Palace is undoubtedly one of the greatest historical landmarks in this capital city. It’s an official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines.
This beautiful building was built in the mid-eighteenth century, so it carries the neoclassical architectural style which is rare in the Philippines. But only one part of this complex is open for public visits and that is the Museo ng Malacañang or the museum inside the building. This museum showcases the history of the Philippines and its government via several artefacts and pictures.
Apart from this, the complex also has several beautiful gardens, Kalayaan Hall, an American-era guest house, and a golf course.
Address: Malacañan Palace, JP Laurel Street, San Miguel, Manila
Opening Hour: Monday to Friday 08:00 am to 05:00 pm (closed on Saturday & Sunday)
Entrance Fee: Free
10. Casa Manila
Intramuros is the city where most of the historical landmarks of Manila are situated. And Casa Manila is one of the historical landmarks in Manila that is located in Intramuros. It’s a stately museum in Manila that was built in 1980 by Imelda Marcos.
The building is a replica of San Nicolas House and shows the colonial lifestyle of the Filipinos during the Spanish colonisation. It’s a three-storeyed building that has several rooms named cuartos, comedor, sala, despacho, etc. All the rooms are finely decorated with period furniture that has come from Chinese and European.
You are not allowed to take pictures and touch any of these displays.
Address: HXQG+V52 plaza sans luis complex, General Luna St, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 am to 05:00 pm (closed on Monday)
Entrance Fee: PHP 75.00 for adults & PHP 50.00 for children
11. Bahay Tsinoy
Bahay Tsinoy is another museum that is located in the walled city of Intramuros. The museum is also known as the Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center and showcases the documents and history of the ethnic Chinese lives, struggles, and their contribution to the Philippines.
It’s the ideal attraction for history buffs as the museum shows the growth of the Philippines and how the Chinese influenced the Filipinos in several different aspects. Here you’ll see statues, mannequins, and portraits of different events that tell the story of Filipino-Chinese history and culture.
Address: 32 Anda St, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Tuesday to Sunday 01:00 pm to 05:00 pm (closed on Monday)
Entrance Fee: PHP 100.00 for adults & PHP 60.00 for students and children
12. Do Shopping at Divisoria
If you are good at bargaining, then head down to the Divisoria Market. Situated in the middle of Chinatown in Manila, the market is well-known as a crowded and chaotic place. You’ll get anything here from clothes, textiles, bags, accessories and electronics to household stuff, religious items, office supplies, fruits and vegetables, and toys. These products are cheap, but you just need to know how to bargain. And those who do not like crowds and busy streets avoid the place.
Address: 557 M. De Santos St, San Nicolas, Manila, 1010 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Daily 07:00 am to 09:00 pm
13. Paco Park and Cemetery
Paco Park is one of the most popular landmarks in Manila not only for locals but for tourists as well. It also has historical significance for being the cemetery during the Spanish colonial period.
The cemetery was known as the Cementerio General de Dilao and it was built by the Dominicans to bury the Spanish elites. Now the park has turned into a great tourist attraction because of its beautiful surroundings and lush greenery.
Paco Park is so beautiful that it is often used as a wedding, events, and party venue. Not only that, many music concerts and live band performances take place here.
The park also houses a shrine that is dedicated to Dr José Rizal and a Roman Catholic Chapel dedicated to St. Pancratius.
Address: HXJQ+99M, Belen, Paco, Manila, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 06:00 am to 05:00 pm
Entrance Fee: PHP 10.00 per person
14. Explore the Amazing Architecture, Art, and History at the National Museum
Located next to Rizal Park, the National Museum of the Philippines is a vast area with four main complexes. It offers you a rich collection of art, history, anthropology, biology, and zoology. The museum galleries also contain the cultural heritage of the country.
Here you’ll get to see the Fine Arts of renowned Filipino painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. “Spoliarium” by Juan Luna is the largest and most famous painting of this museum.
Address: Padre Burgos Ave, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 am to 12:00 pm & 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Free
15. Money Museum
Money Museum is one of the tourist hotspots in Manila that showcases the transformation of money in the Philippines over time. On the 3rd January 1999, the museum was founded by the Central Bank of the Philippines as a part of the 50 years celebration of the bank. Since then the museum has become the most popular tourist attraction in the city.
The museum has several galleries namely the Pre-Hispanic Period, Spanish Period, Colonial Period, Revolutionary Period, the American Regime, Japanese Occupation, and the present Republican Period. And all these sections exhibit the rare collection of money of the Philippines such as gorgeous gold barter rings, envelope-sized banknotes, vintage circus-designed paper money, piloncitos, and the silver dos Mundos( the rarest coin).
Address: HX6Q+J2V, Ocampo St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Monday to Friday 09:00 am to 04:00 pm (closed on Saturday & Sunday)
Entrance Fee: Free
16. Quiapo Church
Formerly known as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, Quiapo Church is one of the oldest and most admirable Catholic Churches in Manila. This church is so popular among the devotees as well as tourists because of the giant statue of Black Nazarene.
It is believed that the Black Nazarene is a miraculous statue which is the black image of Jesus Christ holding a cross in a kneeling posture. It is the principal structure of this church and it is carved with wood and ivory.
Thousands of believers come to this church only to watch this miracle statue and attend the feast of Black Nazarene. The festival is held on the 9th of January and it’s believed that the participants of this festival will get rid of their past sins. Apart from this, every Friday, the church host a novena to gather the devotees and attend the prayer meeting together.
Address: 391, Quiapo, Manila, 1001 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Free
17. Don’t Miss Halo-Halo
To get acquainted with any place, city or county, you must visit the local food market. And your vacation in Manila would be incomplete if you miss its famous dessert Halo-halo. It is a sweet dish made with ube ice cream, shaved coconut meat, fruit, jelly, sweet beans, sweetcorn, leches flan, and ice.
You can get Halo-halo anywhere in the city, from street vendors to expensive restaurants. The best places to get Halo-halo in Manila are Milky Way Café, Kabigting’s Halo-halo, and Razon’s Halo-halo, but if you have a budget problem, head to Chowking.
Milky Way Café: Milkyway, 900 Antonio Arnaiz Ave, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila
Kabigting’s Halo-halo: TDK Bldg, Congressional Ave, Bago Bantay, Quezon City, 1105 Metro Manila
Razon’s Halo-halo: 790 A Maria Clara St, Quezon City, 1114 Metro Manila
18. Take Pictures with Life-Size Toy Collection at Yexel’s Toy Museum
Are you a fan of Star Wars or Marvel heroes? Yexel’s Toy Museum will give you a chance to take pictures with the life-size toys of your favourite heroes. The museum offers an extensive collection of toys, including Barbie Dolls, Disney cartoons, and Movie figures. The most famous life-size toys are Iron man suits, Star Wars, Simpsons, and Optimus Prime.
Address: 52 Sampaguita Rd, Las Pinas, 1740 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Daily 10:00 am to 05:00 pm
Entrance Fee: PHP 300.00 (U$5.99) per person
19. Star City Amusement Park
Whatever you do in Manila but don’t miss the Star City, Amusement Park. I repeat, don’t miss Star City, Amusement Park! Whether you think it’s a word of caution or a piece of advice. Just don’t you dare to miss it.
Star City is the biggest amusement park not only in Manila but in the Philippines as well. This air-conditioned amusement park is capable of entertaining people of all ages and suitable for all weather.
The park has over 30 crazy rides and attractions to entertain you and among them, Pirate Adventure, Snow World, Dungeon of Terror, Gabi ng Lagim, and Time Tunnel are prominent attractions.
But nothing can match the high Ferris wheel which is the star attraction of this amusement park. This Ferris wheel will give a terrific view of the city and it becomes more magical at night.
Address: Star City, Roxas Blvd, CCP, Pasay, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Thursday to Sunday 12:00 pm to 08:00 pm (closed on Monday to Wednesday)
Entrance Fee: PHP 80.00 for adults & PHP 64.00 for senior citizens｜Rides-All-You-Can (entrance included): PHP 490.00 for adults & PHP 357.00 for senior citizens
20. Jeepney Rides
One of the most interesting things to do in Manila is Jeepney Riding. Jeepney is the most common and popular public transport in Manila. If you want to be friends with locals, Jeepney rides can be a great way.
These Jeepneys or jeeps were initially produced by the U.S military to use during the Second World War. From that time, these iconic and traditional Jeepneys were used as public transport in the Philippines.
The most unique and attractive part of this jeepney is its decoration with colourful ornaments. And the ornaments showcase pop culture and Pinoy architecture.
21. Visit World’s First Chinatown Binondo
Established in 1594 by the Spanish government, Binondo is considered the world’s first Chinatown. The actual vibrant and variegated business of Manila is here. Make sure you come to Binondo with an empty stomach because you’ll get a lot of mouth-watering Chinese food to eat.
Address: Binondo, Manila, 1006 Metro Manila
You can’t complete your Manila trip without visiting Escolta Street. Escolta is the hotspot of commerce, finance, and trade for all types of businesses. Clothes, foods, or restaurants, no matter what you are searching for, this place contains all of them.
Maybe you come with an empty stomach at Binondo, but surely you have to go back with full. Binondo is the place where you’ll find tasty and affordable Chinese eateries at almost every corner. You can’t leave Binondo without trying Filipino-Chinese signature dishes, including mami (noodle soup), lumpiang Shanghai (egg roll with meat, fish, and vegetables), and hopia (bean-filled pastry).
22. The Nightlife of Manila
Filipinos are passionate about singing and dancing and the Nightlife of Manila is the best evidence of that. No activities can match the excitement of the Nightlife of Manila.
Manila is a metropolitan city and a prime spot for tourist destinations. Apart from this, the city has its popularity for dazzling and bustling nightlife. It has no shortage of clubs, pubs, and late-night restaurants to make the nightlife exciting and enjoyable.
The live music bars and busy clubs attract tourists all over the world to come here and enjoy the nightlife of this city. Here are some renowned nightspots where you can enjoy the nightlife of Manila.
Bonifacio Global City
Bonifacio Global City or BGC is a commercial hub and “Home of Passionate Minds”. You’ll find here everything you want to make your nightlife dazzling and memorable. From high-quality lounges to super bars and cocktail clubs, there is no shortage of nightclubs, pubs and bars.
Furthermore, BGC also houses some of the most remarkable late-night restaurants and shopping malls where you can also opt.
Black Market club in Manila is one of the most popular and trendy nightclubs of this city. The club is designed like a warehouse and offers more than just a dancing club.
The crowds are mostly young and a mixture of locals and tourists. The music is so vibrant here and a mix of hip-hop, drum & bass, recent hits, and all-time classics. Though the club has no dress code, you probably should not wear flip-flops and singlets here as that’s not allowed.
Address: 2723 Sabio St, Makati, 1233 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 pm to 04:00 am
The Aristocrat Restaurant
How about a barbecue night? Doesn’t it sound fun? There are many late-night restaurants in Manila that offer delicious barbecue and The Aristocrat Restaurant is the best of them.
The restaurant has the best chicken barbecue that you’ll not get anywhere else. You certainly can’t resist the aroma of freshly prepared food. At night the atmosphere of this restaurant becomes more enchanting and alluring.
Address: 432, 1004 San Andres St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 06:00 pm to 01:00 am
23. Visit Weekend Markets
One of the most excellent things to do in Manila is visiting the Weekend Markets. Through these markets, you can get acquainted with local products, Philippine cuisine, and the warm-hearted people of the Philippines.
Here are the two most incredible and popular weekend markets in Manila.
Greenfield Weekend Market
Since March 2014, Greenfield Weekend Market has been making a great impact on the weekend markets in Manila. Its massive size attracts thousands of sellers and market goers to have an evening of hunting and bargaining.
The market is rich with unique products, food, vintages, art, music, and fortune tellers. Trust me, it could be a different kind of Saturday if you make a visit to the Greenfield Weekend Market.
Address: H3H3+JMM, Unnamed Road, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Friday to Sunday 02:00 pm to 12:00 am
Salcedo Saturday Market
To get fresh vegetarian or vegan-friendly products, you have to come to the Salcedo Saturday Market. The market is located in the heart of Makati City and unlike the crowded markets of Manila, it has an easy and relaxing atmosphere which is suitable for children as well. Here you’ll get over 50 suppliers and delicacies from all over the world.
Address: Salcedo Village, Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila
Opening Hour: Every Saturday 07:00 am to 02:00 pm
24. Greenbelt Chapel
Manila is a vibrant metropolitan city but that doesn’t mean you will not see religious aspects here. The Filipinos are very devoted to their religion and you will see that in their churches and chapels.
Greenbelt Chapel is one of the most prominent and renowned religious centres in Manila not only because it’s religiously rich but because of its marvellous architecture and green surroundings. The chapel is also known as the Chapel of Santo Niño de Paz.
Unlike the traditional Catholic chapels, this one is the most unique and impressive building in the city because of its pavilion-style architecture with thick enclosed walls. Apart from this, the chapel is also surrounded by a tranquil pond, spectacular sculptures, and green plants.
Address: Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Monday to Saturday 07:00 am to 08:00 pm｜Sunday 07:00 am to 09:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Free
25. Chinese Cemetery
To get the historical, architectural, and cultural enlightenment about the Philippines, you must visit the Chinese Cemetery. This cemetery was built to bury the wealthy Chinese during the Spanish colonial period. These Chinese citizens were refused to be buried in the traditional Catholic cemetery. So they built this Chinese Cemetery.
The cemetery is flanked by lavish villas which are actually mausoleums, at the same time, they are full of functioning households. Besides, the cemetery also houses Chong Hock Tong Temple, Martyrs Hall (Liat See Tong), Ruby Tower Memorial, and Carlos Palanca Memorial (Tan Quien Sien).
Address: JXMM+2V7, Santa Cruz, Manila, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 09:00 am to 03:00 pm
Entrance Fee: Free
26. Ayala Museum
The Philippines is rich in culture, history, and art. And the best way to explore this history, art, and culture is by visiting the museums.
Ayala Museum is one of the most extensive museums in Manila and it’s also a tourist hotspot. It is a four-floor museum that has a huge range of displays, showcasing the journey of the Filipinos from ancient history to the present day.
This majestic museum attracts both locals and tourists as well through its magnificent exhibition of 60 incredible dioramas. The museum showcases Maritime Vessels, pre- Hispanic gold jewellery, Embroidered Multiples, Pioneers of Philippine Art, and many more.
Not only that, but the Ayala Museum also houses an educational centre where you can attend lectures, discussions, workshops, etc.
Address: Greenbelt Park, Makati Avenue, corner Dela Rosa Street, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Wednesday to Sunday 10:00 am to 05:30 pm
Entrance Fee: PHP 425.00 for adults & PHP 300.00 for students and children
27. Rejuvenate yourself in the Spas of Manila
You probably get tired of doing lots of exciting and fun activities in Manila. Now it’s time to relax and rejuvenate yourself by simply taking a spa and massage. A therapeutic massage not only makes you relax and reenergize but its curative power benefits your mind and spirit.
So without waiting further, let’s find out the best spas in Manila where you’ll get the most satisfying services.
I’M Onsen Spa
Located in the heart of Makati City, I’M Onsen Spa is the largest spa in the Philippines and the country’s first sento-style spa.
The specialization of this spa is the “Art of Onsen”. Onsen is the traditional Japanese hot spring bath which will give you an ethereal experience. Onsen has been practised in Japan for centuries and it is said that Onsen bathing activates the body’s systems, stimulates circulation, and speeds up metabolism.
Apart from this, I’M Onsen Spa also offers Japanese Shiatsu massage, healing stone therapy, jet lag recovery massage, and so on.
Address: I’M Hotel, UG Floor, Makati Avenue Corner, Kalayaan Ave, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Wednesday & Thursday 12:00 pm to 02:00 am｜Friday to Sunday 11:00 am to 02:00 am (closed on Monday & Tuesday)
Chi, The Spa, Edsa Shangri-La
Get ready to have a luxurious spa in Manila at Chi, The Spa, Edsa Shangri-La. Chi is an ancient practice of the Filipinos for the well-being of the body and mind. This spa will give you an amazing experience through its superb ambience and service. At the same time, the staffs are so friendly that you would like to come back here every time.
Address: 4 & 5 Floor, Garden Wing, 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, 1650 Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Everyday 10:00 am to 08:00 pm
Prea Wellness Spa
Prea Wellness Spa is a colourful paradise where you’ll get a well-deserved self-care experience through its various types of massages, body therapies, and beauty treatments.
This spa provides highly professional therapists to give you the best treatments. Not only that, they prefer to blend traditional remedies and modern techniques to have the best outcome.
Address: ITC Building Unit F Timog Ave, corner Panay Ave, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Opening Hour: Tuesday to Sunday 01:00 pm to 02:00 am
Where to Stay in Manila
Being the capital city of the Philippines, Manila offers various options of accommodation with different prices and facilities. Here I have recommended a luxury, a mid-range, and a budget hotel. Choose what suits you best.
Luxury Hotel- Raffles Makati
To have the comfort and enjoy the luxury, you can book Raffles Makati. Here you will get an outdoor swimming pool, a gym, business centres, and free Wi-Fi in the entire hotel. This accommodation has a 4.5-star rating and provides excellent services.
To check prices and other facilities, visit Booking or TripAdvisor
Mid-Range Hotel- The Peninsula Manila
Not everyone can afford a luxury hotel. For those who are finding mid-range hotels, The Peninsula Manila can be the best option. It has a 5-star rating and offers an outdoor swimming pool, eight dining options, a spa, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
To check prices and other facilities, visit Booking or TripAdvisor
Budget Hotel- DG Budget Hotel
A budget hotel with good facilities is not so rare in Manila. Backpackers can easily access DG Budget Hotel, which is situated just a 10-minute walk from the Ninoy Aquino Airport. This accommodation comes with air-conditioned rooms, a tea/coffee maker, a flat-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi access. You can get really good services at a very reasonable price.
To check prices and other facilities, visit Booking.
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