Manila Tours

Explore Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. Go on a historic tour in the walled city of Intramuros, visit Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, and see other top tourist spots like Rizal Park and National Museum.

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Manila Tours

Explore Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. Go on a historic tour in the walled city of Intramuros, visit Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, and see other top tourist spots like Rizal Park and National Museum.
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Manila City Tour with DOT-Accredited Guide | Private Vehicle Included

Get to know more of this highly urbanized city with its rich stories of history at the heart of old Manila. Arouse your curiosity with some fascinating facts, trivia and get a deeper understanding about the country during the different colonial periods. Meet up with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide at the hotel of your choice. While traveling, be able to see the different famous monuments and shrines scattered across the city to remind every Filipinos about what happened to such place and know the notable individuals, considered as heroes, and their significant contributions to the country. Arrive at the country’s major financial, commercial, and economic hub – Makati City. A premiere city for business, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture. Makati offers a variety of activities and an outstanding view of towering skyscrapers. A few minutes away from this bustling city is the Asia’s Arlington, the World War II cemetery. A private home for the reposed souls and to honor the American and servicemen who died fighting the Japanese during World War II.  Discover the highlights of this place like the graveyard arranged in a circular structure, the cemetery chapel, the Tablets of the Missing, and a Map room that educates visitors about the pattern of the Pacific countries affected by the war. This historical trip will not be complete without visiting the 400-year-old walled city – Intramuros. Within the huge walls were memories of churches, hospitals, government offices, schools, and houses which was devastated by fires, earthquakes, and war battles throughout the time. A heritage worth preserving and be shared to the world. Venture further to come face to face with the country’s oldest church that miraculously survived different catastrophes and is a final resting place for some of the prominent Spanish and Filipino people, thus making it recognized by UNESCO as a historical landmark. Top off your experience by opting to taste authentic Filipino dishes before ending your day with fulfillment and great learning of Manila’s glorious past. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8.5hours
Available:
All year
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Whole Day Manila Shopping Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Shop until you drop in Manila! This is perfect for those wanting to spend a day buying souvenirs and other things that represent the Philippine culture.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Listen to your guide as he or she discuss the safety regulations of the tour. You can choose to explore SM Mall of Asia and Divisoria, or SM Megamall and Greenhills Mall.  The largest shopping center in the Philippines is the SM Mall in Asia. The Main Mall, Entertainment Mall and North and South Parking Houses are four connected buildings. This mall comprises branches in many of the SM Supermalls from all the standard anchor shops. Right outside the mall's supermarket is the sprawling SM Hypermarket, Taste Asia's first-ever branch, one of the SM Supermalls ' food brands. Divisoria is a shopping center located in Tondo, Manila. The Philippines is known for the shops selling low-priced goods and their various productive activities. SM Megamall is the Philippines ' second largest commercial mall. The center consists of two main structures. Building A consists of the third floor's 12 digital cinemas, food courtyard and Toy Kingdom in the basement of the house. Construction B consists of the SM Department Store, Cyberspace in the fourth floor, The Mega Trade Hall in the fifth floor of the building. They have a building C, and the Mega Fashion Hall, a 16-hectare shopping mall in San Juan, Philippines, which is a shopping mall in D.Greenhills, rebranded as a Greenhills Mall. It has more than two thousand shops.  Get ready to show your shopping bags to your friends and family back home! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Discover Manila’s Old and New | City Tour with Guide

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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Manila Museum Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Immerse in the heritage of the Philippines by examining various paintings and artifacts in different museums in Manila. This tour is perfect for those wanting to have a museum excursion with friends and family.  After your driver picks you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll proceed to your first destination, which is the National Museum. The National Museum complex in Manila comprises the National Art Gallery, the Museum of Philippines (Old Financial Building) and the Old Tourism Built (Old History Museum). It is built at the beginning of the 20th century. These museums is now the housing of the national collection of fine arts and the National collections of archaeology and ethnography. The National Museum also administers the National Planetarium, as well as more than ten national archeological sites and branch museums.  Next is Casa Manila, a copy in Calle Jaboneros of the 1850s of San Nicolas House. Casa Manila's architect was J. L. Faustmann, Ramon. It is an Intramuros museum that represents the colonial way of life during the Philippine Spanish colonization. On the other hand, the Museum of San Agustín is connected with San Agustín's oldest Philippine church. It is a treasure house of works of religious art. Built in 1571, the church had twice been destroyed by fire. In 1587 the existing building was rebuilt.  The Intramuros ' Museum is housed in the reconstructions of the Church of San Ignacio and the Sociedad de Jesús Mission Hall in Intramuros. The museum has six areas, including the Immaculate Conception, the Patronato Real, and the parish institutions, the organization of the parish and the holy vessels, the Religious Colonial Pictures and The Indian Response. Finally, you will visit the Lakbay Museo interactively. Recognized as Philippine's first interactive millennia museum, Lakbay Museo brings you to the archipelago with its expositions and performances, which capture the spirit of Filipino culture as a whole. The museum is an unforgettable experience.  Discover Manila in various paintings, artifacts, and dioramas by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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Manila Cultural Dinner Show at Barbara’s | With Transfers

Discover the arts and culture of the Philippines by watching a cultural performance while having Filipino local cuisine dinner. It’s perfect for anyone wanting to immerse themselves with the rich heritage of the country along with their friends and loved ones.  Your driver will pick you up during the evening at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. You’ll then proceed to Intramuros and make a trip directly to Barbara’s. In the fortified city of Intramuros, which started as a family business of catering in Olongapo came into a Filipino-inspired iconic restaurant. In the 1970s, Barbara Gordon-De Los Reyes tried without a culinary background to enter the food industry. However, she learned and mastered the art of Philippine cuisine with the help of her family. Then she brought to General Malvar, Malate her new-found talent.  Barbara's is a heritage buffet restaurant with various Philippine cuisines. Also, the atmosphere is very historical throughout the area. The place is certainly going to put you back in the Spanish era. You will notice round tables, chairs, crystal candlesticks, and wooden furniture as you enter. You'll feel like you're in a traditional Filipino house. It’s a perfect place to spend the night while in Intramuros.  Discover an evening of dance and music while visiting Barbara's Heritage Restaurant for an extraordinary dinner. Watch a cultural show, as talented artists perform various dances from the Philippines from the north to the south while enjoying a lush Filipino fusion festival. You will also experience a live band throughout the evening, apart from the gourmet and cultural delicacies. An event that you're surely not going to forget about at Barbara's dinner.  Take mementos of this beautiful experience of a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Glimpse of Filipino Food Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the local cuisine of the Philippines by joining this food tour in Manila. It’s perfect for those wanting to witness an interactive museum and eat a restaurant serving Filipino delicacies.  After getting picked up by your driver at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll be going to the first destination, the interactive Lakbay Museo. It aims to give visitors the opportunity to tour Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and experience the best that the Philippines can offer in Manila in less than two hours. With hourly cultural singing and dancing and shows, free samples of regional delicacies and even delicacies of lambanog and fruit.  Every visit has twelve (12) chips which can be used in the museum as a payment. You can get freebies like childhood candies, native delicacies and more. The goods usually cost approximately 1-4 chips.  You will then head to Islas Pinas, a Filipino buffet restaurant. It is located in the basement of DoubleDragon Plaza in Pasay. Islas Pinas still attracts hungry locals and tourists who wish to taste a wide range of Philippine food with innovative tastes and comfort. The entire interior may appear to be just another food hall, but the Islas Pinas have increased their spirit by presenting the flavors of the Philippine regions and islands under one ceiling.  There were a lot of regional dishes to choose from; you can find kare-kare, lumpia, okoy, lechon, daing, longganisang vigan, different types of pancit served in a bilao or winnowing basket, batchoys where you can customize it for your liking, and there's the station for the local kakanin (rize cakes) and the dessert area, of course.  Have a gastronomic experience by eating Filipino specialty dishes and learning about its history by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Sightseeing in Manila and Makati | Walking Tour

Experience the sights and learn about the history of the two bustling districts of Manila and Makati in this guided tour. This full-day tour is perfect for history and art lovers as it gives you a chance to visit one of the best museums in the country. Your tour will begin after picking you up in your accommodation, where you will head to the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances from Manila are measured. Afterwards, you will explore the historical district of Intramuros on foot, home to Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church, which is the oldest stone church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a museum depicting the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization. Of course, a visit to Manila isn’t complete without visiting the National Museum, which contains numerous works of art, historical artifacts, and specimens which are related to the cultural heritage of the Filipino people. Up next, you will be driven to the business district of Makati, where you will visit the Nielson Tower, a structure which resembles an airplane from a bird’s-eye view. It used to be an airport which was the base of the American Far Eastern School of Aviation. Nowadays, it is home to Blackbird, which made use of the old airport’s facilities such as the passenger terminal, check in area, and the control tower and integrated it with the design of the restaurant. You will also explore the nearby Ayala Avenue, which is home to numerous skyscrapers and offices, yet still maintains its relationship with nature through its many landscaped urban parks. Your driver will bring you back to your hotel at the end of the day. Join us on this tour and learn more about the past in Manila, while seeing the present development of the city in the district of Makati. This is the perfect tour to experience the two aspects of Metro Manila. Check availability by choosing a date above.
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Duration:
7hours
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Eco-friendly Manila City Tour | Bike Rental Included

Ride comfortably around Intramuros on bamboo bikes with this Bambike full-day tour. As a bonus, all tour participants will get a free reuseable bottle to avoid the use of single-use plastic and to promote more eco-friendly choices. This is the perfect tour for history lovers as you will get to learn about Manila’s rich history and includes a visit to the Manila American Cemetery which played a big role in World War II. Starting from the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances in Manila are measured, you will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a replica of a Spanish colonial mansion from the late 19th century. This is also the headquarters of Bambike Ecotours. From here, you will be lent a bamboo bike, which you can use to ride around Intramuros with your tour guide, and you will pass by important landmarks such as Fort Santiago, which guards the entrance to the Pasig River. You will also visit the historical San Agustin Church, which is the only structure left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in World War II.  Up next is the National Museum, one of the most popular museums in the country which is rich in Filipino art and relics of history. The whole complex comprises of three museums: The Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Anthropology museum. There is even a mini-mangrove forest recreation inside the museum which houses wildlife whose natural habitat are mangroves. You will definitely learn a lot about the Philippines in this exhibit. The last stop on this tour is the American Cemetery, a 152-hectare plateau which contains the largest number of graves of deceased soldiers during World War II. Most of these soldiers lost their lives in New Guinea and the Philippines. There is also a chapel in the middle of the cemetery which is made to honor these fallen heroes. After you’re done, your guide will drive you back to your hotel, ready to share your newfound knowledge with friends and family. Experience this jam-packed tour of Manila in an eco-friendly way! You will even get to take home a souvenir from Bambike Ecotours which you can reuse during your other travels. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Chinatown Tour with Divisoria Shopping | Snacks and Lunch Included

Explore the sights and tastes of the oldest Chinatown with this walking tour around Binondo. You will learn about the history of the commercial center while exciting your taste buds with the various Chinese delicacies you will encounter on this tour! Bargain hunters will also enjoy this tour as you will be taken to Divisoria where various goods can be found at rock-bottom prices. A designated driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the downtown district of Binondo, where you will continue on foot to better experience the numerous vendors and attractions. Founded in 1594 by a Spanish governor named Luis Perez Dasmarinas, Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was the center of China’s trade in the city due to its strategic location. You will get to visit the new Binondo Chinatown Arch which marks the entrance to this historical area. Other famous landmarks in the area include the El Hogar Filipino Building, which is an early skyscraper in Manila, and Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz. You will also pass by Ongpin, which is a street lined with gold vendors and is one of the best places to get jewelry in the metro. Of course, visiting Binondo isn’t complete without trying out the local Chinese food such as soup and dumplings. After lunch, you will continue on to Divisoria, which is a shopper’s paradise. This district is divided into many malls named by number, the most famous being 168. Many trendy and unique items can be found in this mall and it is sold at wholesale prices. After you’ve done your shopping, your driver will take you back to your hotel, maybe with a lot of shopping bags in tow. Get your stomachs and legs geared up and join us now to embark on this food and shopping trip around Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Binondo Tour with Chinese Cemetery | Tasting Chinese Delicacies

Witness both the oldest Chinatown in the world and oldest Chinese Temple in Manila in this full-day walking tour around the historical district of Binondo. Food lovers will love this tour as you will get to try various Chinese delicacies in the streets. You will also feel like being transported to China as you visit the Chinese cemetery which houses architecture similar to those found in Fujian province. To start your tour, you will be picked up in your accommodation by your tour guide and taken to downtown Binondo, which you will explore on foot. Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was founded in 1594 by Luis Perez Dasmarinas, a Spanish governor, and was the main hub of the Chinese back in the day thanks to its advantageous location. Binondo is home to the Binondo Chinatown Arch, which serves as the entry point to the district. Notable attractions in the area include the Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz and Binondo Church which is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the Philippines. Jewelry lovers will definitely enjoy visiting Ongpin, which is home to a lot of gold vendors. You will also get to try various Chinese delicacies such as dumplings and soup. Once you’ve had your fill, your tour guide will drive you to the 5.4 hectare Manila Chinese Cemetery in Santa Cruz, Manila. This is the second oldest cemetery in Manila and is the resting place of the Chinese who were denied burial in Catholic cemeteries during the Spanish colonial times. It is home to the Chong Hock Tong Temple, which is the oldest Chinese temple in Manila and was demolished back in 2015, but has since been rebuilt. As the day ends, your driver will bring you back to your hotel, full of new knowledge about Manila.  Put on your walking shoes and join us on this adventure to discover the sights, sounds, and tastes of Chinatown. This will surely be an experience you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Lakbay Museo Day Pass | An Interactive Museum Attraction

Lakbay Museo is one of its kind, making the visitors have a unique experience to visit places in the Philippines without leaving Manila at all! Located at S Maison at Conrad Hotel a few meters away from SM Mall of Asia in Pasay.  This interactive museum not only gives its visitors an overview of the Philippines’ provinces, but guests can also immerse themselves and learn more about the history, culture, and traditions of the provinces are featured in this museum. Activities to do inside With Lakbay Museo’s 11 attractions inside their space, guests can freely explore the different provinces in the Philippines from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The museum greets its visitors in a unique way, by choosing which entrance they should go with: a Jeepney, Airplane, or Vinta. After the unique entrance, a wide range of Filipino cultural performances are held for the visitors to enjoy as they walk throughout the museum. Some of the highlights include the 14 sections of the museum with different experiences. From giant mango trees, under the sea experience, and even a miniature of Bicol’s Mayon Volcano are some of the interactive attractions guests can see.  Filipino dishes can also be tried out for free or can be bought by using token chips that are given at the entrance. Guests can enjoy trying fish crackers with different sauces or buy treats in the carInderia such as pancit, ginataang mais, and the famous halo-halo.  Other Activities Aside from the cultural exposure of the different provinces in the Philippines, guests can fully enjoy posing and taking creative photos because of the Instagrammable areas that also feature Pinoy trademarks. Local and traditional dance performances like Tinikling, Pandango sa Ilaw, and many more are some of the museum’s other way to entertain their guests. At the end of the tour, a mini local store that sells different products made from local brands are being sold for guests who may want to support the local businesses.   

Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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Dessert Museum Day Pass | Instagrammable-Worthy Attraction

The Dessert Museum is a perfect place for anyone who loves seeing desserts, eating them, and taking creative photos around them. This interactive, dessert-filled, and Instagrammable museum welcomes you the unique way: through a slide!  This 12,000 sq. ft. the museum has 8 dessert-themed and mouth-watering rooms. Guests can enjoy 2-hour access inside where they are welcomed by desserts hanging, painted, or displayed inside the rooms.  What to do and see inside As guests get to enter the museum, they’ll be able to spend some time visiting their rooms: Donut, Marshmallow, Macaroons (Naughty or Nice?), Ice Cream, Gumball, Gummy Bear, Cotton Candy, and Cake Pop rooms.  Each room has a unique feature that makes the dessert room stand-out; donuts and marshmallows are hanging from the ceiling, gigantic gummy bears are displayed for photo opportunities, and a large gumball machine to name a few.  Most rooms are Instagrammable-friendly as the rooms are visually and aesthetically pleasing for an interesting photo. The creativity of the photo now depends on how guests strike a pose! There are seesaws, miniature bathtubs, swings, and trampolines that they can use to take creative photos (and boomerangs).  Aside from taking photos, a tour guide usually tells an interesting history and trivia about the dessert dedicated per room, making this visit also educational. Some rooms offer a sweet treat once guests finish their tour and treat includes: marshmallows, macaroons, ice creams, cotton candies, and cake pops. Location and Nearby Attractions The Dessert Museum is located in S Maison, Conrad Hotel Manila, few meters away from SM Mall of Asia. Guests can head next to SM Mall of Asia to have a look at one of the biggest malls in the world. They can also pass by Manila Bay where they can take a short rest from the sweet experience from the museum before they continue on to their next adventure.

Duration:
2hours
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All year
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Intramuros and Rizal Park | Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Discover the highlights of Intramuros and Rizal Park in Manila by joining this excursion. Perfect for history enthusiasts, this budget-friendly tour will take you to various locations that helped shape the course of the nation. You will meet your guide first in front of Fort Santiago in Intramuros. Afterwards, you’ll be oriented about the day’s activities, starting from a walking tour inside Rizal Shrine Museum. Learn about the National Hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal, during the museum tour. Here you’ll see artifacts from his childhood, writing journey, and pivotal moments leading up to his death. Hop aboard the horse-drawn carriage or carruaje, which is the main highlight of the tour. Along with your guide, you’ll visit historical sites, such as the Premier Church of the Philippines, the Manila Cathedral, and Palacio del Gobernador, which was the first official residence of the Spanish Governor-General in the country. You’ll be passing through Casa Manila also, a Spanish colonial home showcasing the lives of the upper class during their era of colonization. Take photos of the oldest church of the Philippines, San Agustin Church, as you’ll also be seeing it up close. You’ll stop at the Philippine Presidents’ Gallery where you can immerse yourself in the history of upper politics as well as visit the former location of Gen. MacArthur’s headquarters. After passing through the historical fort, Baluarte de San Diego, your carriage will bring you to Rizal Park. Together with your guide, you’ll be dropped off at the visitors’ center for briefing. Rizal Park, also called by the locals as Luneta Park, is a big park dotted with historical markers, plazas, open lawns, paved walks, open-air concert hall, and many more. Enjoy the excursion and make sure to take a photo with the monument of Dr. Jose Rizal before you make your way back to Intramuros, where you’ll be visiting various schools such as Lyceum, Mapua, and many more. After that, you’ll make your way to Fort Santiago where your tour ends. Don’t miss out on this cultural immersion in the walled city of Intramuros and Rizal Park. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
2.5hours
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All year
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Historical Tour of Intramuros | Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Learn the compelling history of the Philippines when you visit Intramuros on a horse-drawn carriage. Taking you on an excursion inside the walled-city, this budget-friendly tour is perfect if you want to explore the various tourist destinations inside and learn its significance for the Filipino people. The day begins when you meet your guide at Fort Santiago for a short walking tour inside the Rizal Shrine Museum. While here, you’ll be able to learn about the Philippine’s National Hero, Jose Rizal, and how he changed the course of the nation through his writings. After the walking tour, you will board a carruaje or a horse-drawn carriage manned by a rig driver; signaling the start of the cultural immersion around the vicinity of Intramuros. Along with your guide, you’ll pass through the Manila Cathedral first. It is the main Roman Catholic Church and is considered as one of the most beautiful churches in the country due to its rustic and classic interior. Afterwards, you’ll pass through Palacio del Gobernador next. Built in 1976, the government building was used as a headquarters during the Spanish colonization. You’ll also be seeing Casa Manila, where one can witness how high-class Filipinos lived during the Spanish colonial times. Beside it, you’ll be seeing the oldest church in the country, San Agustin Church. Built in 1571, it stayed firm despite the destruction caused in Intramuros during World War II. You’ll make your stop at the Philippine President’s Gallery, where you can learn about the history of the presidents of the country. After walking through the wall, you’ll arrive at the former location of Gen. MacArthur Headquarters. Learn about his pivotal role in the country’s history before passing through Baluarte de San Diego, a historical fort that stood the test of time and helped defend the land of the Philippines. Discover the historical wonder of Intramuros in this one of a kind carriage tour in the city. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
60minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience | Bambike Sunset Tour

Come along and discover the historical places found within The Walled City of Intramuros  on  a bamboo bike. If you're up for a one of a kind experience and you want to appreciate the beauty of Manila Bay's famous sunset, then this budget-friendly tour is perfect for you. You will first gather at the Bambike HQ where Bambassador guide will give you instructions on how to use the bikes properly before distributing them. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bamboo bike. From there, you will begin your relaxing biking tour within The Walled City. Head to your first stop, Plaza San Luis that is named after an old town in historical Manila. You will see Filipino-Spanish buildings in this plaza that will take you back in time. From there, you will head next to the stop by the Japanese Cannon, where you will learn about their history from your guide. After few meters of cycling, you'll make your way to Puerta Real Gardens where you can appreciate the lush greenery and abundant flowers. Puerta Del Parian, on the other hand, is an entrance gate built in the 1590s that served as a passageway for the merchants and was also used as the main entrance to Intramuros. Afterward, you will visit one Plaza Roma, which is located a few steps from the Manila Cathedral. Spend some time relaxing or walking around the area. You may also opt to pose for creative photos featuring your bamboo bikes. Capping off the tour is a visit to Bayleaf Hotel Sky Deck where you are treated to a panoramic sunset city view. Enjoy the sunset glow with your complimentary drink before you return the bike to their HQ. Explore some of the best nostalgic places in Intramuros with this unique mode of transportation. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
90minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience | Bambike Express Tour

Tour around the historical and beautiful neighborhood of Intramuros on bamboo bicycles through this express guided tour. If you don’t have enough time to explore Manila, but want to visit all the interesting sites in the area, then this shared tour package is perfect for you and your group. Intramuros, which means “within in the walls” in Spanish, is well-known for the stone walls that enclose the entire area. With its rich history and stunning architecture, you’ll surely enjoy the culture, the sights, and all the stories behind the oldest district of Manila. The tour officially begins as soon as you arrive at the Bambike HQ, located at the Plaza San Luis Complex. Make sure to come early to have enough time to choose a bamboo bike of your liking, as each eco-friendly bike is crafted uniquely in different designs. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bike.Once you’ve hopped on your bike, you’re off to go on your express tour with your Bambassador guide.  The first of your many stops is Plaza San Luis. Named after an old town in Manila, the area is currently a cultural and commercial complex and is composed of several houses, each representing different eras of Filipino-Spanish architecture. Pause and take a moment to listen to your Bambassador guide who will tell you about the rich history of the area before you cycle off to the Japanese canons and the beautiful Puerta Real Gardens, a place abundant with tropical greens and coconut palms. Take a minute to bask in the view before heading off to your next stop. Built in 1593, the Puerta Del Parian served as one of the earliest entrances of Intramuros and is still in use today. Go people-watching on the busy gateway before heading just outside the walls of Intramuros to find the Aduana Building—your next stop. Also known as “Intendencia,” the building was used as a customs house back in 1935 and has gone through a lot before becoming into the ruins that it is today. Don’t forget to take photos before heading off to the historic Manila Cathedral, the first cathedral in the Philippines built in 1571. If you’re lucky, you might even get to catch a glimpse of an ongoing wedding there before heading off to Plaza de Roma, the center of Intramuros and one of two major public squares of the city. Enjoy the open space and be in the moment as you walk around the plaza. With many tourist spots to visit and also things to do, it’s easy to get lost in the sights of Intramuros. Your memorable tour officially ends when you head back to the Bambike HQ and bid farewell to both your Bambassador guide and the city of Intramuros. Come along to get to know Intramuros on an eco-friendly bamboo bicycle in this guided Bambike express tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
90minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience in Manila | Full Guided Bambike Tour

Intramuros, Metro Manila — Explore the historical Walled City of Intramuros, Manila on eco-friendly bamboo bikes through this guided tour. If you want a unique experience in a well-known tourist destination, this budget-friendly experience is perfect for you. Intramuros is the oldest district of Manila and is also known as the “The Walled City” due to the massive stone walls that completely surround the area. With this tour, you’ll get to know its rich history on a handmade bamboo bike made by local craftsmen. The tour starts when you arrive at the Bambike HQ at the Plaza San Luis Complex. Come early so you will have time to choose your bamboo bike. Each bike is distinct with different designs, so feel free to state your preference. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bike. Your first destination is Plaza San Luis, currently a cultural and commercial complex composed of five houses. You will stop here and your guide will tell you about the tourist attraction. You will then go to the Japanese cannons and the beautiful Puerta Real Gardens. Take a moment to appreciate the greenery before heading to your fourth stop, Puerta Del Parian.  After hearing about this gateway, you will check out the ruins of Aduana Building next, which is located just outside the walls of Intramuros. From there, you will go to the historic Manila Cathedral that was built in 1571. It's the very first cathedral in the Philippines. If you’re lucky, you might even catch an ongoing wedding there. The Manila Cathedral is in front of Plaza de Roma, one of the major public squares of the city. The final stops are the famous Fort Santiago, which was used as a defense fortress of the city in the past, and the San Agustin Church, which has been rebuilt three times due to war and natural disasters. With all the gorgeous cobblestone streets and impressive architecture, soak in all the sights as your friendly Bambassador tour guides discuss in detail the story behind each site before biking back to the Bambike HQ, which signifies the end of the tour. Pedal your way around the historic city of Intramuros on a unique, eco-friendly bamboo bike in this guided Bambike tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
2.5hours
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Intramuros, Binondo, and Quiapo | Old Manila Tour

Come along and discover Manila before it became the city that it is today. If you are inclined with architecture and history, and you want to visit old and classy places, this tour is perfect for you. The Philippines is a melting pot of many cultures – and you will see it in this tour of Old Manila. The day begins when you will be picked up from your hotel in Metro Manila. Along with your driver/guide, you'll head straight to the walled city of Intramuros. Be immersed with history as the tour guide reveals how this walled city became an essential part of Philippine history during the Spanish colonial period. While in Intramuros, your guide will also bring you to a couple of historical landmarks, such as Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, Casa Manila, San Agustin Church and Baluarte de San Diego. You'll learn about each of the place's historical significance and how they shaped Manila. An optional visit of Destileria Limtuaco, Bahay Tsinoy, and Plaza Roma – places where you’ll get to see more of the early influences in the Philippines from other cultures. You'll then proceed to Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world today. Drive by Plaza Calderon dela Barca, Basilica de San Lorenzo Ruiz, Ongpin St., and Sta Cruz Church After touring Binondo, you will see the culture of the locals when you have the rolling tour at Quiapo. Marvel at the sights when you pass by Quiapo Church, which is the home of the image of the Black Nazarene. It is revered by a lot of devout Catholic Filipinos, especially during the procession called Traslacion.  You'll also pass by the local Quinta Market, a public market and fishport located on Carlos Palanca Street, few blocks away from Quiapo. If there's still enough time, the historical tour might be capped off with a rolling tour to San Sebastian Church. Noted for its remarkable architecture, it is the only all-steel architecture church in the country and is also noted as a National Historical Landmark in the year 1973 and a National Cultural Treasure in 2011. Enjoy learning about the place before your driver brings you back to your hotel. Be charmed with the old city vibe and prepare your walking shoes as you experience Manila from the olden days. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
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All year
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Manila's Arts and Treasures | Historical Museum Tour

Discover Philippine artistry, history, and heritage in Manila’s museums that will take you back in time. If you're a history enthusiast and a fan of the arts, then this private tour is tailored perfectly for you. The day begins as your driver picks you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to the first destination – the National Museum. With collections from fine arts, archaeology, ethnography, and national history, the museum showcases Filipino talent and the country’s evolution over time. The museum features works of the country’s national artists, including the largest painting in the Philippines, with a size of 4.22 x 7.675 meters, by Juan Luna — Spoliarium. Another one of the museum’s highlights is the Manunggul Jar, a cultural treasure from 895 – 775 BC. It is a burial jar that signifies the beliefs of ancient Filipinos in the afterlife. The National Museum also recently opened the National Museum of Natural History – showcasing the country’s diverse flora and fauna which includes more than 10 galleries on plants and animals. Your next stop will be The San Agustin Church Museum. It displays a broad collection of religious art pieces, icons, furniture, and clothing that dates back from the 16th century. In the museum, you will see a 3,400-kilogram church bell that was taken down in 1927. With its extensive collection of artworks and historical value, no wonder it's marked as a UNESCO World Heritage icon. On your last stop, you'll visit Casa Manila. This 18th-century Museum is actually a 2-story house that is designed like a typical house from the 1800s. The facade of the house will make you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time, particularly during the Spanish colonial period, especially with the interior of the museum. It also features a café and a souvenir store that you can visit after the tour before we take you back to your hotel. Prepare yourself for a journey back in time in the Philippines. Find out more about the fascinating treasures and artifacts from the Pearl of the Orient. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
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All year
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Business Districts and Historical Sites | Modern Manila Tour

Get ready and see the modern cities of the Philippines! This half-day escapade is set to show Metro Manila's business districts and their tourist spots including Makati, Bonifacio Global City, McKinley Hills, Mall of Asia, American War Memorial, and Bonifacio High Street. This tour is perfect for those wanting to experience Metro Manila's aesthetic and city vibe. The day starts when your driver picks you up from your hotel in selected areas of Metro Manila. Your guide will inform you of the day's activities, starting from a short tour in of the country’s centers of economic activity – the Makati Central Business District (CBD). Home to a number of local and international corporations, it is known to be a strategic location for business and residence. The drive around Makati CBD is followed by a tour of the 4th largest shopping mall in the Philippines and 11th in the world – Mall of Asia – or as people call it, MOA. Being easily accessible, it attracts average foot traffic of about 200,000 people a day. The next destination is another one of the country’s world-class business and residential centers, Bonifacio Global City (BGC). You will see the stunning street art plastered around the little city together with the high-end modern architecture, you would not expect that the place was once a military base. BGC was originally called “Fort McKinley” after the former U.S. President but was renamed “Fort Bonifacio” after the Father of Philippine Revolution, Andres Bonifacio. Just around the corner of BGC, you will see McKinley Hill where you can experience the vibe inspired by Southern Europe’s sophisticated culture. From Europe to America in a snap, you will also get to visit the American War Memorial, which contains the largest number of graves of the military dead of World War II. The headstones are aligned to form an enormous circular pattern among trees and shrubs. After the tour, there will be a stopover at the Italian-inspired sight which is the Venice Grand Canal Mall where you can grab snacks and hop aboard a gondola ride. There will also be time for a short walk down Bonifacio High Street and photo ops at Burgos Park in BGC. Cap off the day as the tour takes you back to your hotel after the tour. Invite your best buddies and witness Manila’s aesthetic and modern business districts. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
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All year
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Experience Filipino Culture | Manila Day Tour

Experience Filipino heritage when you embark on this appetizing food and sightseeing crawl at Intramuros, the premier walled city in Metro Manila. This tour is perfect for those wanting to satiate their appetite and visit popular historical sites in one day. Your driver/guide will pick you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along the way you will pass by the historical sites around the area. Immerse in the history of Intramuros as you see the very city that was the home to thousands of Spanish colonists and Filipinos during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines. You'll also be driven around Casa Manila, Baluarte de San Diego, and Bahay Tsinoy, among many others. Listen to every bit of information from the guide as it will give you a glimpse of the Filipino culture. Among many historical structures, you’ll see San Agustin Church, a National Historical Landmark since 1976 and the oldest church in the country as it was completed in 1604. Through the tour, you will see that the traces of Hispanic influence are still evident in the architectural structures of the buildings driving along the cobbled streets of Intramuros. Dinner at an authentic Filipino buffet dining restaurant called Barbara's. Be prepared to be entertained by a grand cultural presentation through music. You'll feast on the best of Filipino cuisine, which just might be your next favorite dish. Seeing the old Spanish houses and buildings would make you feel as though you’re travelling back in time. Buy local souvenirs before your driver drops you off at your accommodation. Bring your camera, prep your taste buds, and get ready for a unique Filipino cultural experience. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
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All year
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Binondo Walking and Food Tour | Oldest Chinatown in the World

Join this half-day tour and savor in a melange of vibrant colors, aromas, rich culture and history of Binondo. Dubbed as the oldest Chinatown in the world, it was built in 1594 and became the center of commerce and trade in the Philippines. Now, the district is considered one of the most popular food hubs in the metro. Whether you’re a foodie or a history enthusiast, this tour is a fusion of food tasting and storytelling perfect for every traveler. Head to Binondo Church for the start of the tour. This iconic church, also known as Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz was built in 1596 for Chinese settlers who converted to Christianity. With a Spanish or European Baroque architectural style, the church features a five-tier Chinese style bell tower, an original 16th-century structure. Go inside and appreciate the interior of the church adorned with huge paintings in the ceilings and the altar modeled after the St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Next stop, delve into the streets of Binondo and have a taste of different Chinese cuisine from dumplings, hopia, noodles, and lumpia. While learning about the district's history and rich culture. Witness how these foods became an essential part of the history of Binondo. Explore the main streets of Binondo like Ongpin Street, Chinatown’s main street and the Queen of Manila’s street – Escolta. Discover the best way to travel by having a taste of Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
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Intramuros Walking Tour | Explore the Walled City of Manila

Pack light and bring out your camera for a half-day walking tour around the Walled City of Intramuros in Manila. If you’re a history enthusiast, this tour is a perfect portal to one of the most historic sites in the capital of the Philippines.  You will meet your tour guide at the Fort Santiago entrance gate. Fort Santiago is one of the most important historical sites within Metro Manila. Built by the Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi in 1571, Fort Santiago served as a defensive fortress for then newly established city of Manila. During your tour, go on a scenic walk around the fort which boasts impressive architecture and extensive military history. Learn about the last remaining days of our National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal in Fort Santiago before his execution - from learning about the original copy of “Mi Ultimo Adios” to Rizal’s vertebra damaged by the firing squad. You will also find eerie dungeons just outside the Rizal Shrine which were used as prison cells during World War II. Pay your respect in the memorial cross built for the victims at Fort Santiago. You'll head next to the iconic Manila Cathedral. Also known as the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, this church has been a venue for papal masses in the country with Pope Francis in 2015, Blessed Paul VI in 1970, and St. John Paul II in 1981.  After exploring the cathedral, explore the cobblestone streets of Intramuros by a kalesa or a horse-drawn carriage ride. Visit the Memorare Manila 1945 monument built to commemorate the lost lives during the Battle of Manila. Cap off the tour with a visit to Casa Manila, a museum that resembles a 19th-century mansion. The two-story museum depicts the colonial lifestyle featuring paintings, furniture, tableware, and books from the Spanish Era. Get ready to explore the Walled City of Intramuros and discover why it's a must-visit culture space in the country. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3.5hours
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Historic Corregidor Island Tour with Buffet Lunch | Free Hotel Pick-Up

Revisit Philippine history by embarking on a historic day tour of Corregidor Island. History junkie or not, those who wish to get to know the Philippines’ past will enjoy this tour. The tour starts early when you are picked up from your hotel in Manila and brought to the port where you will board a ferry going to Corregidor. Once you arrive in the island, you will be met by a guide and given a briefing on how the tour is going to unfold. You will then board your assigned tranvia, a small tram or trolley that was the island’s main mode of transportation during WW II. You will then be taken to the most significant sites and landmarks. Corregidor’s strategic location at the entrance of Manila Bay played a huge role in World War II. At the end of the war, almost 5,000 bombs were dropped in the area, leaving ruins in its wake. During the tour, you will see what’s left of the Mile-Long Barracks, where the soldiers used to be billeted. You will also check out the Pacific War Memorial, Corregidor Lighthouse, Japanese Garden of Peace, Filipino Heroes Memorial, and the Battery Way. Afterwards, you will walk along the Malinta Tunnel, built by the U.S. Army as a bomb-proof storage and later on used as a hospital. The tunnel also served as the headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur during the Battle of Corregidor. In 1941, it was there that Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel L. Quezon and VP Sergio Osmeña took their oaths of office. You will have lunch at the Corregidor Hotel, where aside from enjoying the food and the scenery, you will also get a view of South Beach. You can opt for a quick swim but make sure to inform your guide as there is only limited time to stay on the island. Hear the story of the Battle of Corregidor and learn about heroism in this guided day tour. Check the booking availability by clicking "Choose a date" above.

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11hours
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Explore Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. Go on a historic tour in the walled city of Intramuros, visit Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, and see other top tourist spots like Rizal Park and National Museum.

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Explore Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. Go on a historic tour in the walled city of Intramuros, visit Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, and see other top tourist spots like Rizal Park and National Museum.
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Manila City Tour with DOT-Accredited Guide | Private Vehicle Included

Get to know more of this highly urbanized city with its rich stories of history at the heart of old Manila. Arouse your curiosity with some fascinating facts, trivia and get a deeper understanding about the country during the different colonial periods. Meet up with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide at the hotel of your choice. While traveling, be able to see the different famous monuments and shrines scattered across the city to remind every Filipinos about what happened to such place and know the notable individuals, considered as heroes, and their significant contributions to the country. Arrive at the country’s major financial, commercial, and economic hub – Makati City. A premiere city for business, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture. Makati offers a variety of activities and an outstanding view of towering skyscrapers. A few minutes away from this bustling city is the Asia’s Arlington, the World War II cemetery. A private home for the reposed souls and to honor the American and servicemen who died fighting the Japanese during World War II.  Discover the highlights of this place like the graveyard arranged in a circular structure, the cemetery chapel, the Tablets of the Missing, and a Map room that educates visitors about the pattern of the Pacific countries affected by the war. This historical trip will not be complete without visiting the 400-year-old walled city – Intramuros. Within the huge walls were memories of churches, hospitals, government offices, schools, and houses which was devastated by fires, earthquakes, and war battles throughout the time. A heritage worth preserving and be shared to the world. Venture further to come face to face with the country’s oldest church that miraculously survived different catastrophes and is a final resting place for some of the prominent Spanish and Filipino people, thus making it recognized by UNESCO as a historical landmark. Top off your experience by opting to taste authentic Filipino dishes before ending your day with fulfillment and great learning of Manila’s glorious past. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8.5hours
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Whole Day Manila Shopping Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Shop until you drop in Manila! This is perfect for those wanting to spend a day buying souvenirs and other things that represent the Philippine culture.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Listen to your guide as he or she discuss the safety regulations of the tour. You can choose to explore SM Mall of Asia and Divisoria, or SM Megamall and Greenhills Mall.  The largest shopping center in the Philippines is the SM Mall in Asia. The Main Mall, Entertainment Mall and North and South Parking Houses are four connected buildings. This mall comprises branches in many of the SM Supermalls from all the standard anchor shops. Right outside the mall's supermarket is the sprawling SM Hypermarket, Taste Asia's first-ever branch, one of the SM Supermalls ' food brands. Divisoria is a shopping center located in Tondo, Manila. The Philippines is known for the shops selling low-priced goods and their various productive activities. SM Megamall is the Philippines ' second largest commercial mall. The center consists of two main structures. Building A consists of the third floor's 12 digital cinemas, food courtyard and Toy Kingdom in the basement of the house. Construction B consists of the SM Department Store, Cyberspace in the fourth floor, The Mega Trade Hall in the fifth floor of the building. They have a building C, and the Mega Fashion Hall, a 16-hectare shopping mall in San Juan, Philippines, which is a shopping mall in D.Greenhills, rebranded as a Greenhills Mall. It has more than two thousand shops.  Get ready to show your shopping bags to your friends and family back home! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Discover Manila’s Old and New | City Tour with Guide

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
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Manila Museum Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Immerse in the heritage of the Philippines by examining various paintings and artifacts in different museums in Manila. This tour is perfect for those wanting to have a museum excursion with friends and family.  After your driver picks you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll proceed to your first destination, which is the National Museum. The National Museum complex in Manila comprises the National Art Gallery, the Museum of Philippines (Old Financial Building) and the Old Tourism Built (Old History Museum). It is built at the beginning of the 20th century. These museums is now the housing of the national collection of fine arts and the National collections of archaeology and ethnography. The National Museum also administers the National Planetarium, as well as more than ten national archeological sites and branch museums.  Next is Casa Manila, a copy in Calle Jaboneros of the 1850s of San Nicolas House. Casa Manila's architect was J. L. Faustmann, Ramon. It is an Intramuros museum that represents the colonial way of life during the Philippine Spanish colonization. On the other hand, the Museum of San Agustín is connected with San Agustín's oldest Philippine church. It is a treasure house of works of religious art. Built in 1571, the church had twice been destroyed by fire. In 1587 the existing building was rebuilt.  The Intramuros ' Museum is housed in the reconstructions of the Church of San Ignacio and the Sociedad de Jesús Mission Hall in Intramuros. The museum has six areas, including the Immaculate Conception, the Patronato Real, and the parish institutions, the organization of the parish and the holy vessels, the Religious Colonial Pictures and The Indian Response. Finally, you will visit the Lakbay Museo interactively. Recognized as Philippine's first interactive millennia museum, Lakbay Museo brings you to the archipelago with its expositions and performances, which capture the spirit of Filipino culture as a whole. The museum is an unforgettable experience.  Discover Manila in various paintings, artifacts, and dioramas by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
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All year
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Manila Cultural Dinner Show at Barbara’s | With Transfers

Discover the arts and culture of the Philippines by watching a cultural performance while having Filipino local cuisine dinner. It’s perfect for anyone wanting to immerse themselves with the rich heritage of the country along with their friends and loved ones.  Your driver will pick you up during the evening at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. You’ll then proceed to Intramuros and make a trip directly to Barbara’s. In the fortified city of Intramuros, which started as a family business of catering in Olongapo came into a Filipino-inspired iconic restaurant. In the 1970s, Barbara Gordon-De Los Reyes tried without a culinary background to enter the food industry. However, she learned and mastered the art of Philippine cuisine with the help of her family. Then she brought to General Malvar, Malate her new-found talent.  Barbara's is a heritage buffet restaurant with various Philippine cuisines. Also, the atmosphere is very historical throughout the area. The place is certainly going to put you back in the Spanish era. You will notice round tables, chairs, crystal candlesticks, and wooden furniture as you enter. You'll feel like you're in a traditional Filipino house. It’s a perfect place to spend the night while in Intramuros.  Discover an evening of dance and music while visiting Barbara's Heritage Restaurant for an extraordinary dinner. Watch a cultural show, as talented artists perform various dances from the Philippines from the north to the south while enjoying a lush Filipino fusion festival. You will also experience a live band throughout the evening, apart from the gourmet and cultural delicacies. An event that you're surely not going to forget about at Barbara's dinner.  Take mementos of this beautiful experience of a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
3hours
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All year
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Glimpse of Filipino Food Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the local cuisine of the Philippines by joining this food tour in Manila. It’s perfect for those wanting to witness an interactive museum and eat a restaurant serving Filipino delicacies.  After getting picked up by your driver at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll be going to the first destination, the interactive Lakbay Museo. It aims to give visitors the opportunity to tour Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and experience the best that the Philippines can offer in Manila in less than two hours. With hourly cultural singing and dancing and shows, free samples of regional delicacies and even delicacies of lambanog and fruit.  Every visit has twelve (12) chips which can be used in the museum as a payment. You can get freebies like childhood candies, native delicacies and more. The goods usually cost approximately 1-4 chips.  You will then head to Islas Pinas, a Filipino buffet restaurant. It is located in the basement of DoubleDragon Plaza in Pasay. Islas Pinas still attracts hungry locals and tourists who wish to taste a wide range of Philippine food with innovative tastes and comfort. The entire interior may appear to be just another food hall, but the Islas Pinas have increased their spirit by presenting the flavors of the Philippine regions and islands under one ceiling.  There were a lot of regional dishes to choose from; you can find kare-kare, lumpia, okoy, lechon, daing, longganisang vigan, different types of pancit served in a bilao or winnowing basket, batchoys where you can customize it for your liking, and there's the station for the local kakanin (rize cakes) and the dessert area, of course.  Have a gastronomic experience by eating Filipino specialty dishes and learning about its history by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Sightseeing in Manila and Makati | Walking Tour

Experience the sights and learn about the history of the two bustling districts of Manila and Makati in this guided tour. This full-day tour is perfect for history and art lovers as it gives you a chance to visit one of the best museums in the country. Your tour will begin after picking you up in your accommodation, where you will head to the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances from Manila are measured. Afterwards, you will explore the historical district of Intramuros on foot, home to Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church, which is the oldest stone church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a museum depicting the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization. Of course, a visit to Manila isn’t complete without visiting the National Museum, which contains numerous works of art, historical artifacts, and specimens which are related to the cultural heritage of the Filipino people. Up next, you will be driven to the business district of Makati, where you will visit the Nielson Tower, a structure which resembles an airplane from a bird’s-eye view. It used to be an airport which was the base of the American Far Eastern School of Aviation. Nowadays, it is home to Blackbird, which made use of the old airport’s facilities such as the passenger terminal, check in area, and the control tower and integrated it with the design of the restaurant. You will also explore the nearby Ayala Avenue, which is home to numerous skyscrapers and offices, yet still maintains its relationship with nature through its many landscaped urban parks. Your driver will bring you back to your hotel at the end of the day. Join us on this tour and learn more about the past in Manila, while seeing the present development of the city in the district of Makati. This is the perfect tour to experience the two aspects of Metro Manila. Check availability by choosing a date above.
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7hours
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Eco-friendly Manila City Tour | Bike Rental Included

Ride comfortably around Intramuros on bamboo bikes with this Bambike full-day tour. As a bonus, all tour participants will get a free reuseable bottle to avoid the use of single-use plastic and to promote more eco-friendly choices. This is the perfect tour for history lovers as you will get to learn about Manila’s rich history and includes a visit to the Manila American Cemetery which played a big role in World War II. Starting from the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances in Manila are measured, you will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a replica of a Spanish colonial mansion from the late 19th century. This is also the headquarters of Bambike Ecotours. From here, you will be lent a bamboo bike, which you can use to ride around Intramuros with your tour guide, and you will pass by important landmarks such as Fort Santiago, which guards the entrance to the Pasig River. You will also visit the historical San Agustin Church, which is the only structure left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in World War II.  Up next is the National Museum, one of the most popular museums in the country which is rich in Filipino art and relics of history. The whole complex comprises of three museums: The Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Anthropology museum. There is even a mini-mangrove forest recreation inside the museum which houses wildlife whose natural habitat are mangroves. You will definitely learn a lot about the Philippines in this exhibit. The last stop on this tour is the American Cemetery, a 152-hectare plateau which contains the largest number of graves of deceased soldiers during World War II. Most of these soldiers lost their lives in New Guinea and the Philippines. There is also a chapel in the middle of the cemetery which is made to honor these fallen heroes. After you’re done, your guide will drive you back to your hotel, ready to share your newfound knowledge with friends and family. Experience this jam-packed tour of Manila in an eco-friendly way! You will even get to take home a souvenir from Bambike Ecotours which you can reuse during your other travels. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
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Chinatown Tour with Divisoria Shopping | Snacks and Lunch Included

Explore the sights and tastes of the oldest Chinatown with this walking tour around Binondo. You will learn about the history of the commercial center while exciting your taste buds with the various Chinese delicacies you will encounter on this tour! Bargain hunters will also enjoy this tour as you will be taken to Divisoria where various goods can be found at rock-bottom prices. A designated driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the downtown district of Binondo, where you will continue on foot to better experience the numerous vendors and attractions. Founded in 1594 by a Spanish governor named Luis Perez Dasmarinas, Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was the center of China’s trade in the city due to its strategic location. You will get to visit the new Binondo Chinatown Arch which marks the entrance to this historical area. Other famous landmarks in the area include the El Hogar Filipino Building, which is an early skyscraper in Manila, and Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz. You will also pass by Ongpin, which is a street lined with gold vendors and is one of the best places to get jewelry in the metro. Of course, visiting Binondo isn’t complete without trying out the local Chinese food such as soup and dumplings. After lunch, you will continue on to Divisoria, which is a shopper’s paradise. This district is divided into many malls named by number, the most famous being 168. Many trendy and unique items can be found in this mall and it is sold at wholesale prices. After you’ve done your shopping, your driver will take you back to your hotel, maybe with a lot of shopping bags in tow. Get your stomachs and legs geared up and join us now to embark on this food and shopping trip around Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Binondo Tour with Chinese Cemetery | Tasting Chinese Delicacies

Witness both the oldest Chinatown in the world and oldest Chinese Temple in Manila in this full-day walking tour around the historical district of Binondo. Food lovers will love this tour as you will get to try various Chinese delicacies in the streets. You will also feel like being transported to China as you visit the Chinese cemetery which houses architecture similar to those found in Fujian province. To start your tour, you will be picked up in your accommodation by your tour guide and taken to downtown Binondo, which you will explore on foot. Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was founded in 1594 by Luis Perez Dasmarinas, a Spanish governor, and was the main hub of the Chinese back in the day thanks to its advantageous location. Binondo is home to the Binondo Chinatown Arch, which serves as the entry point to the district. Notable attractions in the area include the Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz and Binondo Church which is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the Philippines. Jewelry lovers will definitely enjoy visiting Ongpin, which is home to a lot of gold vendors. You will also get to try various Chinese delicacies such as dumplings and soup. Once you’ve had your fill, your tour guide will drive you to the 5.4 hectare Manila Chinese Cemetery in Santa Cruz, Manila. This is the second oldest cemetery in Manila and is the resting place of the Chinese who were denied burial in Catholic cemeteries during the Spanish colonial times. It is home to the Chong Hock Tong Temple, which is the oldest Chinese temple in Manila and was demolished back in 2015, but has since been rebuilt. As the day ends, your driver will bring you back to your hotel, full of new knowledge about Manila.  Put on your walking shoes and join us on this adventure to discover the sights, sounds, and tastes of Chinatown. This will surely be an experience you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Lakbay Museo Day Pass | An Interactive Museum Attraction

Lakbay Museo is one of its kind, making the visitors have a unique experience to visit places in the Philippines without leaving Manila at all! Located at S Maison at Conrad Hotel a few meters away from SM Mall of Asia in Pasay.  This interactive museum not only gives its visitors an overview of the Philippines’ provinces, but guests can also immerse themselves and learn more about the history, culture, and traditions of the provinces are featured in this museum. Activities to do inside With Lakbay Museo’s 11 attractions inside their space, guests can freely explore the different provinces in the Philippines from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The museum greets its visitors in a unique way, by choosing which entrance they should go with: a Jeepney, Airplane, or Vinta. After the unique entrance, a wide range of Filipino cultural performances are held for the visitors to enjoy as they walk throughout the museum. Some of the highlights include the 14 sections of the museum with different experiences. From giant mango trees, under the sea experience, and even a miniature of Bicol’s Mayon Volcano are some of the interactive attractions guests can see.  Filipino dishes can also be tried out for free or can be bought by using token chips that are given at the entrance. Guests can enjoy trying fish crackers with different sauces or buy treats in the carInderia such as pancit, ginataang mais, and the famous halo-halo.  Other Activities Aside from the cultural exposure of the different provinces in the Philippines, guests can fully enjoy posing and taking creative photos because of the Instagrammable areas that also feature Pinoy trademarks. Local and traditional dance performances like Tinikling, Pandango sa Ilaw, and many more are some of the museum’s other way to entertain their guests. At the end of the tour, a mini local store that sells different products made from local brands are being sold for guests who may want to support the local businesses.   

Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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Dessert Museum Day Pass | Instagrammable-Worthy Attraction

The Dessert Museum is a perfect place for anyone who loves seeing desserts, eating them, and taking creative photos around them. This interactive, dessert-filled, and Instagrammable museum welcomes you the unique way: through a slide!  This 12,000 sq. ft. the museum has 8 dessert-themed and mouth-watering rooms. Guests can enjoy 2-hour access inside where they are welcomed by desserts hanging, painted, or displayed inside the rooms.  What to do and see inside As guests get to enter the museum, they’ll be able to spend some time visiting their rooms: Donut, Marshmallow, Macaroons (Naughty or Nice?), Ice Cream, Gumball, Gummy Bear, Cotton Candy, and Cake Pop rooms.  Each room has a unique feature that makes the dessert room stand-out; donuts and marshmallows are hanging from the ceiling, gigantic gummy bears are displayed for photo opportunities, and a large gumball machine to name a few.  Most rooms are Instagrammable-friendly as the rooms are visually and aesthetically pleasing for an interesting photo. The creativity of the photo now depends on how guests strike a pose! There are seesaws, miniature bathtubs, swings, and trampolines that they can use to take creative photos (and boomerangs).  Aside from taking photos, a tour guide usually tells an interesting history and trivia about the dessert dedicated per room, making this visit also educational. Some rooms offer a sweet treat once guests finish their tour and treat includes: marshmallows, macaroons, ice creams, cotton candies, and cake pops. Location and Nearby Attractions The Dessert Museum is located in S Maison, Conrad Hotel Manila, few meters away from SM Mall of Asia. Guests can head next to SM Mall of Asia to have a look at one of the biggest malls in the world. They can also pass by Manila Bay where they can take a short rest from the sweet experience from the museum before they continue on to their next adventure.

Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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Intramuros and Rizal Park | Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Discover the highlights of Intramuros and Rizal Park in Manila by joining this excursion. Perfect for history enthusiasts, this budget-friendly tour will take you to various locations that helped shape the course of the nation. You will meet your guide first in front of Fort Santiago in Intramuros. Afterwards, you’ll be oriented about the day’s activities, starting from a walking tour inside Rizal Shrine Museum. Learn about the National Hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal, during the museum tour. Here you’ll see artifacts from his childhood, writing journey, and pivotal moments leading up to his death. Hop aboard the horse-drawn carriage or carruaje, which is the main highlight of the tour. Along with your guide, you’ll visit historical sites, such as the Premier Church of the Philippines, the Manila Cathedral, and Palacio del Gobernador, which was the first official residence of the Spanish Governor-General in the country. You’ll be passing through Casa Manila also, a Spanish colonial home showcasing the lives of the upper class during their era of colonization. Take photos of the oldest church of the Philippines, San Agustin Church, as you’ll also be seeing it up close. You’ll stop at the Philippine Presidents’ Gallery where you can immerse yourself in the history of upper politics as well as visit the former location of Gen. MacArthur’s headquarters. After passing through the historical fort, Baluarte de San Diego, your carriage will bring you to Rizal Park. Together with your guide, you’ll be dropped off at the visitors’ center for briefing. Rizal Park, also called by the locals as Luneta Park, is a big park dotted with historical markers, plazas, open lawns, paved walks, open-air concert hall, and many more. Enjoy the excursion and make sure to take a photo with the monument of Dr. Jose Rizal before you make your way back to Intramuros, where you’ll be visiting various schools such as Lyceum, Mapua, and many more. After that, you’ll make your way to Fort Santiago where your tour ends. Don’t miss out on this cultural immersion in the walled city of Intramuros and Rizal Park. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
All year
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Historical Tour of Intramuros | Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Learn the compelling history of the Philippines when you visit Intramuros on a horse-drawn carriage. Taking you on an excursion inside the walled-city, this budget-friendly tour is perfect if you want to explore the various tourist destinations inside and learn its significance for the Filipino people. The day begins when you meet your guide at Fort Santiago for a short walking tour inside the Rizal Shrine Museum. While here, you’ll be able to learn about the Philippine’s National Hero, Jose Rizal, and how he changed the course of the nation through his writings. After the walking tour, you will board a carruaje or a horse-drawn carriage manned by a rig driver; signaling the start of the cultural immersion around the vicinity of Intramuros. Along with your guide, you’ll pass through the Manila Cathedral first. It is the main Roman Catholic Church and is considered as one of the most beautiful churches in the country due to its rustic and classic interior. Afterwards, you’ll pass through Palacio del Gobernador next. Built in 1976, the government building was used as a headquarters during the Spanish colonization. You’ll also be seeing Casa Manila, where one can witness how high-class Filipinos lived during the Spanish colonial times. Beside it, you’ll be seeing the oldest church in the country, San Agustin Church. Built in 1571, it stayed firm despite the destruction caused in Intramuros during World War II. You’ll make your stop at the Philippine President’s Gallery, where you can learn about the history of the presidents of the country. After walking through the wall, you’ll arrive at the former location of Gen. MacArthur Headquarters. Learn about his pivotal role in the country’s history before passing through Baluarte de San Diego, a historical fort that stood the test of time and helped defend the land of the Philippines. Discover the historical wonder of Intramuros in this one of a kind carriage tour in the city. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
60minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience | Bambike Sunset Tour

Come along and discover the historical places found within The Walled City of Intramuros  on  a bamboo bike. If you're up for a one of a kind experience and you want to appreciate the beauty of Manila Bay's famous sunset, then this budget-friendly tour is perfect for you. You will first gather at the Bambike HQ where Bambassador guide will give you instructions on how to use the bikes properly before distributing them. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bamboo bike. From there, you will begin your relaxing biking tour within The Walled City. Head to your first stop, Plaza San Luis that is named after an old town in historical Manila. You will see Filipino-Spanish buildings in this plaza that will take you back in time. From there, you will head next to the stop by the Japanese Cannon, where you will learn about their history from your guide. After few meters of cycling, you'll make your way to Puerta Real Gardens where you can appreciate the lush greenery and abundant flowers. Puerta Del Parian, on the other hand, is an entrance gate built in the 1590s that served as a passageway for the merchants and was also used as the main entrance to Intramuros. Afterward, you will visit one Plaza Roma, which is located a few steps from the Manila Cathedral. Spend some time relaxing or walking around the area. You may also opt to pose for creative photos featuring your bamboo bikes. Capping off the tour is a visit to Bayleaf Hotel Sky Deck where you are treated to a panoramic sunset city view. Enjoy the sunset glow with your complimentary drink before you return the bike to their HQ. Explore some of the best nostalgic places in Intramuros with this unique mode of transportation. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
90minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience | Bambike Express Tour

Tour around the historical and beautiful neighborhood of Intramuros on bamboo bicycles through this express guided tour. If you don’t have enough time to explore Manila, but want to visit all the interesting sites in the area, then this shared tour package is perfect for you and your group. Intramuros, which means “within in the walls” in Spanish, is well-known for the stone walls that enclose the entire area. With its rich history and stunning architecture, you’ll surely enjoy the culture, the sights, and all the stories behind the oldest district of Manila. The tour officially begins as soon as you arrive at the Bambike HQ, located at the Plaza San Luis Complex. Make sure to come early to have enough time to choose a bamboo bike of your liking, as each eco-friendly bike is crafted uniquely in different designs. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bike.Once you’ve hopped on your bike, you’re off to go on your express tour with your Bambassador guide.  The first of your many stops is Plaza San Luis. Named after an old town in Manila, the area is currently a cultural and commercial complex and is composed of several houses, each representing different eras of Filipino-Spanish architecture. Pause and take a moment to listen to your Bambassador guide who will tell you about the rich history of the area before you cycle off to the Japanese canons and the beautiful Puerta Real Gardens, a place abundant with tropical greens and coconut palms. Take a minute to bask in the view before heading off to your next stop. Built in 1593, the Puerta Del Parian served as one of the earliest entrances of Intramuros and is still in use today. Go people-watching on the busy gateway before heading just outside the walls of Intramuros to find the Aduana Building—your next stop. Also known as “Intendencia,” the building was used as a customs house back in 1935 and has gone through a lot before becoming into the ruins that it is today. Don’t forget to take photos before heading off to the historic Manila Cathedral, the first cathedral in the Philippines built in 1571. If you’re lucky, you might even get to catch a glimpse of an ongoing wedding there before heading off to Plaza de Roma, the center of Intramuros and one of two major public squares of the city. Enjoy the open space and be in the moment as you walk around the plaza. With many tourist spots to visit and also things to do, it’s easy to get lost in the sights of Intramuros. Your memorable tour officially ends when you head back to the Bambike HQ and bid farewell to both your Bambassador guide and the city of Intramuros. Come along to get to know Intramuros on an eco-friendly bamboo bicycle in this guided Bambike express tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
90minutes
Available:
All year
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Intramuros Cycling Experience in Manila | Full Guided Bambike Tour

Intramuros, Metro Manila — Explore the historical Walled City of Intramuros, Manila on eco-friendly bamboo bikes through this guided tour. If you want a unique experience in a well-known tourist destination, this budget-friendly experience is perfect for you. Intramuros is the oldest district of Manila and is also known as the “The Walled City” due to the massive stone walls that completely surround the area. With this tour, you’ll get to know its rich history on a handmade bamboo bike made by local craftsmen. The tour starts when you arrive at the Bambike HQ at the Plaza San Luis Complex. Come early so you will have time to choose your bamboo bike. Each bike is distinct with different designs, so feel free to state your preference. This tour also provides other modes of transportation for individuals who are not comfortable using a bike. Your first destination is Plaza San Luis, currently a cultural and commercial complex composed of five houses. You will stop here and your guide will tell you about the tourist attraction. You will then go to the Japanese cannons and the beautiful Puerta Real Gardens. Take a moment to appreciate the greenery before heading to your fourth stop, Puerta Del Parian.  After hearing about this gateway, you will check out the ruins of Aduana Building next, which is located just outside the walls of Intramuros. From there, you will go to the historic Manila Cathedral that was built in 1571. It's the very first cathedral in the Philippines. If you’re lucky, you might even catch an ongoing wedding there. The Manila Cathedral is in front of Plaza de Roma, one of the major public squares of the city. The final stops are the famous Fort Santiago, which was used as a defense fortress of the city in the past, and the San Agustin Church, which has been rebuilt three times due to war and natural disasters. With all the gorgeous cobblestone streets and impressive architecture, soak in all the sights as your friendly Bambassador tour guides discuss in detail the story behind each site before biking back to the Bambike HQ, which signifies the end of the tour. Pedal your way around the historic city of Intramuros on a unique, eco-friendly bamboo bike in this guided Bambike tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
All year
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Intramuros, Binondo, and Quiapo | Old Manila Tour

Come along and discover Manila before it became the city that it is today. If you are inclined with architecture and history, and you want to visit old and classy places, this tour is perfect for you. The Philippines is a melting pot of many cultures – and you will see it in this tour of Old Manila. The day begins when you will be picked up from your hotel in Metro Manila. Along with your driver/guide, you'll head straight to the walled city of Intramuros. Be immersed with history as the tour guide reveals how this walled city became an essential part of Philippine history during the Spanish colonial period. While in Intramuros, your guide will also bring you to a couple of historical landmarks, such as Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, Casa Manila, San Agustin Church and Baluarte de San Diego. You'll learn about each of the place's historical significance and how they shaped Manila. An optional visit of Destileria Limtuaco, Bahay Tsinoy, and Plaza Roma – places where you’ll get to see more of the early influences in the Philippines from other cultures. You'll then proceed to Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world today. Drive by Plaza Calderon dela Barca, Basilica de San Lorenzo Ruiz, Ongpin St., and Sta Cruz Church After touring Binondo, you will see the culture of the locals when you have the rolling tour at Quiapo. Marvel at the sights when you pass by Quiapo Church, which is the home of the image of the Black Nazarene. It is revered by a lot of devout Catholic Filipinos, especially during the procession called Traslacion.  You'll also pass by the local Quinta Market, a public market and fishport located on Carlos Palanca Street, few blocks away from Quiapo. If there's still enough time, the historical tour might be capped off with a rolling tour to San Sebastian Church. Noted for its remarkable architecture, it is the only all-steel architecture church in the country and is also noted as a National Historical Landmark in the year 1973 and a National Cultural Treasure in 2011. Enjoy learning about the place before your driver brings you back to your hotel. Be charmed with the old city vibe and prepare your walking shoes as you experience Manila from the olden days. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Manila's Arts and Treasures | Historical Museum Tour

Discover Philippine artistry, history, and heritage in Manila’s museums that will take you back in time. If you're a history enthusiast and a fan of the arts, then this private tour is tailored perfectly for you. The day begins as your driver picks you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to the first destination – the National Museum. With collections from fine arts, archaeology, ethnography, and national history, the museum showcases Filipino talent and the country’s evolution over time. The museum features works of the country’s national artists, including the largest painting in the Philippines, with a size of 4.22 x 7.675 meters, by Juan Luna — Spoliarium. Another one of the museum’s highlights is the Manunggul Jar, a cultural treasure from 895 – 775 BC. It is a burial jar that signifies the beliefs of ancient Filipinos in the afterlife. The National Museum also recently opened the National Museum of Natural History – showcasing the country’s diverse flora and fauna which includes more than 10 galleries on plants and animals. Your next stop will be The San Agustin Church Museum. It displays a broad collection of religious art pieces, icons, furniture, and clothing that dates back from the 16th century. In the museum, you will see a 3,400-kilogram church bell that was taken down in 1927. With its extensive collection of artworks and historical value, no wonder it's marked as a UNESCO World Heritage icon. On your last stop, you'll visit Casa Manila. This 18th-century Museum is actually a 2-story house that is designed like a typical house from the 1800s. The facade of the house will make you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time, particularly during the Spanish colonial period, especially with the interior of the museum. It also features a café and a souvenir store that you can visit after the tour before we take you back to your hotel. Prepare yourself for a journey back in time in the Philippines. Find out more about the fascinating treasures and artifacts from the Pearl of the Orient. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Business Districts and Historical Sites | Modern Manila Tour

Get ready and see the modern cities of the Philippines! This half-day escapade is set to show Metro Manila's business districts and their tourist spots including Makati, Bonifacio Global City, McKinley Hills, Mall of Asia, American War Memorial, and Bonifacio High Street. This tour is perfect for those wanting to experience Metro Manila's aesthetic and city vibe. The day starts when your driver picks you up from your hotel in selected areas of Metro Manila. Your guide will inform you of the day's activities, starting from a short tour in of the country’s centers of economic activity – the Makati Central Business District (CBD). Home to a number of local and international corporations, it is known to be a strategic location for business and residence. The drive around Makati CBD is followed by a tour of the 4th largest shopping mall in the Philippines and 11th in the world – Mall of Asia – or as people call it, MOA. Being easily accessible, it attracts average foot traffic of about 200,000 people a day. The next destination is another one of the country’s world-class business and residential centers, Bonifacio Global City (BGC). You will see the stunning street art plastered around the little city together with the high-end modern architecture, you would not expect that the place was once a military base. BGC was originally called “Fort McKinley” after the former U.S. President but was renamed “Fort Bonifacio” after the Father of Philippine Revolution, Andres Bonifacio. Just around the corner of BGC, you will see McKinley Hill where you can experience the vibe inspired by Southern Europe’s sophisticated culture. From Europe to America in a snap, you will also get to visit the American War Memorial, which contains the largest number of graves of the military dead of World War II. The headstones are aligned to form an enormous circular pattern among trees and shrubs. After the tour, there will be a stopover at the Italian-inspired sight which is the Venice Grand Canal Mall where you can grab snacks and hop aboard a gondola ride. There will also be time for a short walk down Bonifacio High Street and photo ops at Burgos Park in BGC. Cap off the day as the tour takes you back to your hotel after the tour. Invite your best buddies and witness Manila’s aesthetic and modern business districts. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Experience Filipino Culture | Manila Day Tour

Experience Filipino heritage when you embark on this appetizing food and sightseeing crawl at Intramuros, the premier walled city in Metro Manila. This tour is perfect for those wanting to satiate their appetite and visit popular historical sites in one day. Your driver/guide will pick you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along the way you will pass by the historical sites around the area. Immerse in the history of Intramuros as you see the very city that was the home to thousands of Spanish colonists and Filipinos during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines. You'll also be driven around Casa Manila, Baluarte de San Diego, and Bahay Tsinoy, among many others. Listen to every bit of information from the guide as it will give you a glimpse of the Filipino culture. Among many historical structures, you’ll see San Agustin Church, a National Historical Landmark since 1976 and the oldest church in the country as it was completed in 1604. Through the tour, you will see that the traces of Hispanic influence are still evident in the architectural structures of the buildings driving along the cobbled streets of Intramuros. Dinner at an authentic Filipino buffet dining restaurant called Barbara's. Be prepared to be entertained by a grand cultural presentation through music. You'll feast on the best of Filipino cuisine, which just might be your next favorite dish. Seeing the old Spanish houses and buildings would make you feel as though you’re travelling back in time. Buy local souvenirs before your driver drops you off at your accommodation. Bring your camera, prep your taste buds, and get ready for a unique Filipino cultural experience. Check availability by choosing a date above.