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Revisiting Philippines History in Intramuros, Manila

Last July, my family and I revisited the history of the Philippines in Intramuros, Manila – the oldest historic place in Manila that takes you back in time by hundreds of years. 768 more words


Fort Santiago

I am one of those who had their first visit to Fort Santiago as part of an educational trip and revisited after being based in a foreign country. 933 more words


Philippines Trip - Day 6 - Friday, July 1st

Today, Tita Cristy got a break, and her fantastic sister Beng took us on a day trip to several places around Manila.  Our first stop was Manila Cathedral in Intramuros.   469 more words


Day 5 - Intramuros 

As B probably pointed out yesterday with me sleeping pretty much all day, haven’t exactly been on top form yet. However I still managed to enjoy the vibrant environment presented by Intramuros and its interesting attractions. 334 more words

Asia 2016


         It’s not hard to find the walled city but it’s a far 20 minutes walk on heels. We headed here after the 8am ceremony on Rizal Park for the celebration of… 572 more words



Last May, I had an appointment for my US Visa (which I’ll be posting about soon), and I arrived in Manila a day early. I arrived at my cousin’s pad and when I realised there’s none much to do, I set off for an adventure by my lone self. 715 more words

Following Paraluman

A half-day tour at Intramuros with side trip at Luneta Park | Pagkalayason

INTRAMUROS (the walled city)

Being the oldest district in Manila, Intramuros is one of the most visited place in the city nowadays.
Intramuros was erected on the ruins of a Malay settlement at the mouth of the Pasig River. 603 more words