Information about Manila Baywalk
The Baywalk is a renowned coastal promenade and beachfront in Manila, located along Roxas Boulevard. The Baywalk stretches over two kilometers from the US Embassy in Rizal Park to the Cultural Center of the Philippines, just past the Manila Yacht Club. It is a popular nighttime destination, with open-air cafés serving local food and views of the Manila sunset.
Several of the venues also include live music and performances by bands. Local artists visit the area, and you may often see free mime, acrobatics, and other art acts along the strip. The Baywalk contains several statues of national dignitaries and other significant persons.
A beach dubbed Manila Baywalk Dolomite Beach was built along the Baywalk's shoreline in 2020. The artificial beach initiative was initiated in January 2019 under the direction of Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Roy Cimatu.
How to get there
Simply board a jeepney or FX going for Balintawak or EDSA and ride a train bound for "Baclaran" at either Roosevelt Station or Balintawak Station.
Best time to visit
This is an open destination to the public all-year-round.