After Breakfast we leave for Manila tour, explore the old and the new of Manila. Start your day visiting Rizal Park, one of the largest urban parks in Asia, widely known as Luneta Park, this is where the country’s national hero José Riza was executed in 1986. Continue to the Walled City of Intramuros, home to many Spanish-era landmarks including Fort Santiago. A Spanish medieval fortress built-in 1593, Fort Santiago served as Spain’s most durable bastion in the East. Later, visit San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church and one of the most historic in the Philippines. In 1993, San Agustin church, along with three other Philippines churches built in the Spanish colonial period, were designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO under the collective title Baroque Churches of the Philippines.
After exploring the Walled City, you will drive through Ayala Avenue in Makati, the modern commercial and financial district of the city. The tour concludes at the American Cemetery and Memorial Park which honors the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives during WWII in the Asia-Pacific theater. At the end of this tour, you will be returned to your Manila hotel.
Later in the late evening explore Philippine street food area known as Bonifacio Global city located in Taguig. Revel at the lights, sounds and smells wafting in the air as you make your way through the many stalls at the Mercato Night Market while sampling a plethora of iconic Philippine street food. Bring an open mind and an empty stomach as you experience a true culinary adventure!
Overnight in Manila