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Local Attractions

Walk around Manila's ancient walled city. Discover the San Agustin Museum, Bahay Tsinoy, and the Fort Santiago. Indulge in the Marso Café and Restaurant to enjoy a refreshing mais con hielo, or a brewed coffee at Barbara's Café. Learn More
Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
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Malacanang Palace and the Presidential Museum and Library
Explore the official residence of the country's president, and one of the most visited landmarks in the Philippines. Take in state rooms and hallowed halls, and listen to stories of Presidents past and present. Take note that Palace security procedure mandates that visitor's names are to be submitted at least 10 days prior to the date of visit. Learn More
2/F Kalayaan Hall, Malacañang, Jose P. Laurel Street, San Miguel, Manila | +63 2 784 4286 local 4945 or 4645
Operating Hours: Monday to Friday (except public holidays), 9am to 12nn and 1pm to 3pm

The Legazpi Sunday Market
This weekly farmer's market in the middle of the ever-trendy Legazpi Village is a pioneer in the organic farming movement in the Philippines. The Legazpi Sunday Market doesn't only offer fresh produce and freshly cooked food, but is also a shopping destination, with finds ranging from second hand vinyl records, to handstitched cotton linens, live plants, handcrafted toiletries and cosmetics, and Philippine handicrafts. Don't miss out on the freshly squeezed sugar cane juice, or the row of aromatherapy oils.
Herrera st. cor Legazpi and Salcedo V.A. Rufino St, Makati
Operating Hours: Sunday, 7 am to 2 pm

Salcedo Saturday Market
A Saturday morning foodie haven, the Salcedo Market is stall upon stall of gastronomic delights. Come early to beat the queues and crowds, have a hefty breakfast, then stock up on food for the rest of the weekend. Hunt down the Lobster Rolls, the charming Frenchman peddling his roast chicken made with 50 cloves of garlic, and authentic spit-roasted lechon.
Jaime C. Velasquez Park, Salcedo Village, Makati
Operating Hours: Saturday, 7 am to 2 pm

Chinatown and Binondo
Known as the oldest Chinatown in the world, Binondo is still home to a large number of long-running businesses, and is still very much an integral locale for industry and economy in Manila. Get your fill of Chinese cuisine at the Ying Yang Tea House, or indulge in fresh lumpia at the staple restaurant New Po Heng Lumpia House. Search and dig for the best bargains and finds at the bazaars at Divisoria. Visit the San Lorenzo Ruiz Minor Basilica, a landmark granite church with a 16th-century bell tower. Learn More
Binondo, City of Manila

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