Among the most famous Manila sightseeing destinations is Intramurosa, a standing relic of the Philippines’ Spanish period – replete with centuries-old walls, bulwarks and plazas.
One of Intramuros’ oldest fortifications, Fort Santiago, Philippines, is also known as the “Shrine of Freedom,” and is preserved in the memory of the countrymen lost during the Spanish and Japanese era.
Explore the official residence of the country’s president (since 1863), and one of the most visited landmarks in the Philippines.
During your Manila sightseeing excursion, don’t miss one of the countries remaining World War II relics in a Corregidor Island tour, which still boasts intact gun emplacements, and the prominent Corregidor Lighthouse.
As one of the most popular things to see in the Philippines, Tagaytay is a city of tempting natural and historical attractions, including Taal Lake and the imposing Taal Volcano, as well as the Mabini Shrine and the Casa de Segunda Katigbak.