Travel Manila (2010) in a day – Possible!


Manila, Philippines
(January 24, 2010).
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Our itinerary may differ from yours but this is another option. Coming from San Mateo, Rizal by a car. We headed first for a picture taking at the UP Technohub in Quezon City (a hub of selected restaurants that cater to residents near the area and office workers nearby). Then realized Pinoy Big Brother house is just around the corner of the street near the ABS-CBN (TV Network), took some photos.
Next stop is in the famous Church in Quaipo, Manila. Where devotees of the Black Nazarene visit every Friday of the week (there’s a line of fortune tellers at the other side of the church).
Fort Santiago, a major attraction (Spanish era) in Intramuros Manila.
Rizal Shrine in Luneta Park, it brings back alot of memories. Here were my father and I usually visit when I was young. Good to visit with your family.
Food stop at Manila Chinatown where our favorite Wai Ying restaurant is. Top of our list: P100 big bowl of wanton-noodle soup! For pasalubong try to drop by Eng Bee Tin shops.
Ok, last on our itinerary – Mall of Asia Mall!

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UP Technohub, Quezon City

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Pinoy Big Brother House, Quezon City

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Quiapo Church, Manila

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Post Office Building, Manila

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Kalesa Ride @ Fort Santiago

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Guardia Civil @ Fort Santiago

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Dr. Jose Rizal Statue @ Fort Bonifacio

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Luneta Park

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Manila Chinatown

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Street where Wai Ying Restaurant is

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Eng Bee Tin Store

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