Stefan Munder
Do & See

Roxas Boulevard

On Manila Bay, 10 km long Roxas has great views of the city’s famous sunsets. Landmarks include the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Coconut Palace comprising 70 percent of coconut products and where Imelda Marcos’ celebrity friends used to stay.
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Fort Santiago

This Spanish fortress, with cannons trained on the sea to deter pirates and invaders, is more than striking medieval architecture. It is also the “Shrine of Freedom,” to Filipinos tortured and killed here during the Spanish and Japanese eras. It is now a park with a resident theatre company for traditional and modern plays.
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Club Intramuros Golf Course

Club Intramuros Golf Course is an amazing, but somewhat short, 18-hole course in the heart of the city and surrounding Fort Santiago. It can be completed in less than two hours.
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Rizal Park

This oasis of green features the 19th-century national hero, Jose Rizal. Rizal Park is a great place to relax and here you will find beautiful gardens, historical markers, an open-air concert hall, playgrounds and restaurants.
Manila Cathedral

Manila Cathedral

The sixth cathedral on Intramuros site since 1571, was completed in the 1950s. Outstanding sculpture and artwork from Europe and Asia. It is a beautiful church and one of the oldest in Manila.
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San Agustin Church

The oldest surviving church in the Philippines was completed in 1604 and was the only building intact in Intramuros after the battles of World War II. With its Baroque interior, it has artistic as well as historical importance.
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The Manila Hotel

One of Asia’s great hotels and a Philippine landmark. The Manila Hotel has played a pivotal role in the nation’s history and was US General MacArthur’s headquarters in World War II.
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National Museum of the Philippines

Enjoy the Filipino people’s cultural and historical treasures from the 17th century and onwards. There is also "The Story of the Filipino People" movie. You can easily spend a few hours here and this is a good place to learn about the country.
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