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Sitting by the Manilla Bay in South China Sea, Manilla is a historic metropolitan and capital of Philippines, consisting of 12 towns and 6 cities.  One of the popular travel spots is the Intramuros, a walled area in the era of Spanish reign.  Intramuros has maintained gunpowder rooms and old dungeons, while art galleries and theatres have been added.  Filled with museums, churches and shops, there is also plentiful night activities that last through dawn.

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Manila, Philippines – May 11, 2015. Cityscape view from the large semicircular gun platform in Fort Santiago, Intramuros district of Manila, Philippines.  (Phuong D. Nguyen / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – FEB 14: Tourists visit Jose Rizal Monument on 14 Feb, 14 in Manila. The monument dedicated for Jose Rezal, he is widely considered the greatest national hero of the Philippines.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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May 1, 2016 Intramuros Manile Philippines  (bugking88 / Shutterstock)

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Horse Drawn Carriage parking in front of Malate church , Manila Philippines  (Copyright: Tappasan Phurisamrit)

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Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, Philippines  (Copyright: flocu)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – MAY 6: San Agustine church is the World Heritage Site and one of the most famous tourist attractions on May 6,2012 in Intramuros district of Manila , Philippines.  (Tappasan Phurisamrit / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – AUGUST 28: San Agustin Church on August 28, 2014 in Manila, Philippines. San Agustin is a Roman Catholic church founded in 1571. It is the oldest church in the Philippines  (NZGMW / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – AUGUST 28: San Agustin Church on August 28, 2014 in Manila, Philippines. San Agustin is a Roman Catholic church founded in 1571. It is the oldest church in the Philippines  (NZGMW / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – 29 JANUARY, 2014: young female students going out from “Universidad de Manila”. The main campus of the public university is at the heart of the city near LRT Central Terminal.  (View Apart / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – 29 JANUARY, 2014: everyday street life in the district of Intramuros, which was the seat of the government when the Philippines were a component of the Spanish Empire.  (View Apart / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES APRIL 14: Contingent from different part of the country perform in The Aliwan Fiesta on April 14, 2012 in Manila. Aliwan celebrated with beauty pageant & street dance competition.  (Tony Magdaraog / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – APRIL 26: Contingent from different parts of the country celebrate The 2014 Aliwan Fiesta on April 26, 2014 in Manila Philippines. Performers dressed with ethnic costumes they represent.  (Tony Magdaraog / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – JUNE 22, 2015: Flea market stores in Dapitan Arcade known for selling a wide variety of houseware and home decor.  (junpinzon / Shutterstock)

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Manila, Philippines – Dec 20, 2015. Jeepney on the street in Manila, Philippines. Jeepneys are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines.  (Phuong D. Nguyen / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – FEB 14: Green Hill Shopping mall on 14 Feb, 14 in Manila. It is premier shopping, entertainment, and dining with over 2,000 stores in a unique indoor/outdoor environment.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – FEB 14: People shop in Landmark shopping mall on 14 Feb, 14 in Makati. Makati is the financial center of the Philippines with the highest concentration of multinational corporations.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – FEBRUARY 10: People shop in Robinsons Place Manila on Feb 10, 14 in Manila, Philippines. It was the second and by-far, the largest Robinsons Mall ever built by John Gokongwei.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – FEBRUARY 10: Robinsons Place Manila on Feb 10, 14 in Manila, Philippines. It was the second and by-far, the largest Robinsons Mall ever built by John Gokongwei.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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MANILA – JUNE 12: Man prepare the carriage for The Philippine Independence Day on June 12, 2010 in Manila, Philippines. The Independence commemorates the 112th anniversary with parade & exhibitions  (Tony Magdaraog / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES -MAY 6: Plaza de Roma, also known as Plaza Roma the monument of Charles IV on May 6,2012 in Intramuros district of Manila, Philippines.  (Tappasan Phurisamrit / Shutterstock)

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The picture of chinese garden in Rizal park, Manila, Philippines  (Copyright: aldarinho)

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Apr 9,2016 Greenbelt Park , Makati, Metro Manila Philippines  (bugking88 / Shutterstock)

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Graves and modern buildings in the distance at the Manila American Cemetery & Memorial, in Taguig, Metro Manila, The Philippines.  (Copyright: Jon Bilous)

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The dome of the Manila Cathedral, in Intramuros, Manila, The Philippines.  (Copyright: Jon Bilous)

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Beach in the Philippines  (Copyright: KPG Ivary)

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crowd enjoying a beautiful sunset at manila bay.  (Copyright: Jomar Aplaon)

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MANILA – FEBRUARY 10: Local restaurant at Del Pilar Street on Feb 10, 14 in Manila, Philippines. Manila is the capital of the Philippine which located on the eastern shores of Manila bay.  (Tooykrub / Shutterstock)

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – MARCH 16: Palacio del Gobernador in Intramuros on March, 16, 2013, Manila, Philippines. Intramuros is a one of the most popular tourist destination in Manila.  (saiko3p / Shutterstock)

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Monument of Jose Rizal – Filipino nationalist, writer and revolutionary  (Copyright: saiko3p)

Useful Reference

Manila, Philippines Hotel Ideas – Expert Traveler
By Jake Strong

So you’re on your way to the lovely Philippines and you want to know where to stay in Manilla. There is a wide variety of hotels and other accommodations there, which will suit any preference. In this article, I’d like to point you to 7 places that you might enjoy.

In the Philippines, bad places to stay are located right next to good ones. It’s not so much the area as it is the service, staff and other ingredients. I hope this hotel list helps you.

The Bellevue Manila

This lovely hotel is located in the south of Manila-in the business and commercial district. This is a good place to stay if you plan on golfing, diving and visiting the shopping malls in the area.

Diamond Hotel

This lovely 5-star hotel is located by Manila Bay, in the heart of the business and leisure center of Manila. It’s located about 30 minutes away from the airports and Makati. Within 5 minutes from here you can take in shopping, museums, parks and more.

Century Park Hotel

Another great 5-star accommodations. This hotel is also located in the heart of Manilla. It features nice-sized rooms, air conditioning, cable tv, radio, minibar, hair dryer, etc. This is also a nice place to hold meetings.

The Heritage Hotel

This amazing hotel is located where Roxas Blvd. and Epifanio Delos Santos Ave cross. One of the features of this hotel is the 24-hour Casino Filipino. You’ll find the Heritage about 15 minutes from the international airport. Additionally, it’s close to the Mall of Asia, which boasts 600 shops and 150 dining establishments-also has the biggest IMAX movie theater in the country.

And there’s the Music Hall where concerts and other events take place. Basically, to sum it up, a lot of stuff to do in Manilla is right here. Where ever you go in the Philippines, I hope you enjoy your time.

For more hotel details and deals in the Philippines, check out Cebu City Hotels [http://www.cebucityhotels.org] at CebuCityHotels.org.

If you’re going to vacation in the Manila area, you can find hotel information and deals about Makati City Hotels [http://www.makaticityhotels.org] by visiting MakatiCityHotels.org.

Enjoy your hopefully long vacation in the beautiful Philippines!

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Jake_Strong/165349
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