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These places in Manila City will bring you to Europe without the need of passport or visa!

The City of Manila once called the "Paris of Asia" before I was born. However, time past and the beautiful city was challenged with war and industrialization.

Manila was reconstructed in time and most of its parts were forgotten and taken for granted. Squatters, dark and full of garbage canals, polluted air, bad traffic, damaged Manila Bay, over population, name it - Manila has become one of the worst cities in the world.

MANILA CITY TODAY

Huge thanks to todays Manila City Mayor Francisco 'Isko Moreno' Domagoso for his initiatives in rehabilitating the whole city. I have never seen Manila as clean and stunning before.

On his first day as a mayor, Yorme Isko lead the clean-up drive to some crowded places in Manila - especially, Divisoria. I've visited Divisoria and Binondo last February and I was complete in awe to what I saw. It's given that these places are most crowded of all in Manila since they houses most of tiangge and establishments people from all over Metro and Greater Manila Areas are coming for. But these places look really different today as compare to the time of my visit during pre-Isko.

Roads are open and wide, people are walking in the pedestrian, vendors have their own authorized location, I've never felt safe until my last visit in 2020.

MAYOR ISKO LEGACY

Some of Mayor Isko's rehabilitation and construction projects are:
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And the list goes on...

Since then, people near Manila are more interested to visit the city and explore it once more! So in this blog, we feature 20+ places to visit in Manila especially at night:

Intramuros

Walking around Intramuros

Old-world Intramuros is home to Spanish-era landmarks like Fort Santiago, with a large stone gate and a shrine to national hero José Rizal. The ornate Manila Cathedral houses bronze carvings and stained glass windows, while the San Agustin Church museum has religious artwork and statues. Spanish colonial furniture and art fill Casa Manila museum, and horse-drawn carriages (kalesa) ply the area’s cobblestone streets.

In February 2021, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso said he agrees with the Department of Tourism (DOT) to open Intramuros and other parks once a week for a designated “family day.”

Manila Cathedral

Top view of Manila Cathedral

The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as the Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila.

It glows at night as the church lights up its walls and exteriors. One of the best views you can have in Manila!

Jones Bridge

Jones Bridge at night

This bridge connecting the districts of Binondo and Intramuros is not only historic but a tourist spot now in Manila. With the help of Manila LGU, the Jones Bridge had its best make-over (so far) and rehabilitated to last long. It's one of Mayor Isko's initiatives in bringing back the glory the city had once back in time.

The William A. Jones Memorial Bridge, commonly known as the Jones Bridge, is an arched girder bridge that spans the Pasig River.

Chinatown, Binondo

Binondo Chinatown

Binondo is a district in Manila and is referred to as the city's Chinatown - the oldest in the world. Its influence extends beyond to the places of Quiapo, Santa Cruz, San Nicolas and Tondo.

Today, it is still one of the top destinations for many tourists. Lucky me, I had a food crawl in Binondo in 2020 just before COVID-19 hit the Philippines.

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Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz

Fountain at Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz

Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz or Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz is a major public square in Binondo, Manila, bounded by Quintin Paredes Street to the east and Juan Luna Street to the west, parallel to the Estero de Binondo.

At night, the plaza showcases it fountain shining in different colors.

Divisoria

Tutuban Center

Have you tried shopping in Divisoria at night? "Divi" is still alive even at night. Most of the shops and vendors here are busy until the dawn. Thanks to the efforts of Manila City LGU as Mayor Isko lead the clean-up of the whole area that was once chaotic.

Today, it is still one of the top spot by many Filipinos for budget-friendly finds. Big crowd is expected everyday especially during peak hours.

Divisoria is a commercial center in between Tondo and Binondo in Manila, Philippines known for its shops that sell low-priced goods and its diverse manufacturing activities. 

Tutuban Center is situated within the commercial hub along with a night market located in the Centers' vicinity.

Anda Circle

Anda Circle fountain

The Anda Monument, often erroneously referred to as the Anda Circle after the roundabout it is currently located, is an obelisk monument situated in the boundary of Intramuros and Port Area in central Manila.

It has been recently rehabilitated by the City of Manila and brought back to its beauty.

Ayuntamiento de Manila

Ayuntamiento de Manila at night

The Ayuntamiento de Manila is a building located at the corner of Andrés Soriano Avenue and Cabildo Street, fronting Plaza de Roma in Intramuros.

Lagusnilad

Lagusnilad Underpass

The Lagusnilad Underpass refers to the pedestrian underpass in Manila, Philippines which connects the Manila City Hall and Intramuros. It also refers to the nearby vehicular underpass where part of the Taft and Padre Burgos Avenues merge.

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Plaza de Roma

Plaza de Roma at night

Plaza de Roma
, also known as Plaza Roma, is one of three major public squares in Intramuros, Manila. It is bounded by Andres Soriano Avenue to the north, Cabildo Street to the east, Santo Tomas Street to the south, and General Antonio Luna Street to the west. The plaza is considered to be the center of Intramuros.

La Cathedral Cafe

The crowd at La Cathedral Cafe

La Cathedral Cafe
is located right behind the Manila Cathedral, giving you a stunning view of the historical monument when you dine at their roof deck.

The cafe is decorated with capiz lanterns and touches of greenery, which make for an idyllic ambience especially at night.

SkyDeck at The Bayleaf Intramuros

SkyDeck at The Bayleaf Intramuros

The unobstructed, 360-degree view of the entire city including the world famous Manila sunset is simply stunning and very relaxing, a perfect way to end your busy day. Plus, the menu selection includes local favorites, such as tapas, and a wide selection of bar chows are being done the “Bayleaf” way.


Starbucks Puerta de Isabel II-Intramuros

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Starbucks Intramuros

Looking for a unique Starbucks Coffee branch in Metro Manila? Well, this one will bring you back in the history books. Starbucks Puerta de Isabel gives you a throwback vibe into Manila's past.

Inside feels like you’re in a cell or storage room or something once used by our ancestors as a hideout from the outside forces. The walls and the ceiling feels like you’re indeed back in time. It's even more beautiful at night.

Casa Manila

Casa Manila

Casa Manila is a museum in Intramuros depicting colonial lifestyle during Spanish colonization of the Philippines.

Arch of the Centuries, UST

Arch of the Centuries

The Arch of the Centuries is a triumphal arch at the Plaza Intramuros of the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, in the Philippines that stands meters away from the university's Millennium Gate along España Boulevard.

National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

The National Museum of Natural History is the national natural history museum of the Philippines. It is located along Agrifina Circle in Rizal Park, Manila.

Andres Bonifacio Shrine

Andres Bonifacio Shrine

The Bonifacio Shrine, also known as the Kartilya ng Katipunan or Heroes Park, is a public park and plaza in Ermita, Manila, Philippines located just north of the Manila City Hall and south of Mehan Garden and Liwasang Bonifacio.

1919 Grand Cafe

1919 Grand Cafe

1919 Grand Cafe, owned by a food-loving Chinese businessman, has given fine dining a whole new meaning by taking his customers on a journey to the past. This café will be your new favorite go-to if you enjoy good food and coffee, plus a serene ambiance with a sprinkling of history.

Formerly an HSBC bank, the century-old establishment was revived as a one-stop place for people who don't want to go too far away from Manila to experience specialty coffee and food. 


Post Office Building

Manila Central Post Office

The Manila Central Post Office, often called the Post Office Building, is the main postal office of Manila, which also serves as the home of the Philippine Postal Corporation. It also houses the main mail sorting-distribution operations of the Philippines.

National Museum

National Museum

The National Museum of the Philippines is an umbrella government organization that oversees a number of national museums in the Philippines including ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual arts collections.

Kapetolyo

Kapetolyo

SGD Coffee started working with Manila City Hall for the Manila Coffee Festival. The event was supposed to bring coffee farmers from all over the Philippines to meet coffee aficionados from coffee shop ownersn and baristas to coffee drinkers and coffee home brewers. The event didn’t push through because of the eventual lockdown.

However, Moreno believed in the project that he pushed to get this done even amid the pandemic business environment. The mayor’s main requirement for this coffee project was that the eventual partner should be a local coffee entity and not an international corporate coffee chain.

SGD Coffee eventually won the rights to lease the space where Kapetolyo is now. Watanabe stressed that Moreno and the city are Kapetolyo’s landlords though the City of Manila owns the Kapetolyo name and logo.

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Plaza Sto. Tomas

Plaza Sto. Tomas

Located in the Sto. Tomas corner Cabildo Streets in Intramuros, the Plaza Santo Tomas is the open public space for the University of Santo Tomas. All colleges in Intramuros had their own Plazas for their students and much common in buildings of the Spanish.

The Plaza Sto. Tomas is once the home of the bronze statue of the Manila Archbishop and University founder Miguel de Benavides, where it faces the entrance of the University (now the Arch of the Centuries). After WWII, the said statue was transferred to its current location in the España Campus.

Rajah Sulayman Park

Rajah Sulayman Park

Plaza Rajah Sulayman, also known as Rajah Sulayman Park, is a public square in Malate, Manila. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard to the west, San Andres Street to the south, and Remedios Street to the north. The plaza is considered the center of Malate as it fronts the Malate Church, the main church of the district.

Manila Bay

Manila Bay

Manila Bay is a natural harbor that serves the Port of Manila. Strategically located around the capital city of the Philippines, Manila Bay facilitated commerce and trade between the Philippines and its neighboring countries, becoming the gateway for socio-economic development even prior to Spanish occupation.


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Rizal Park (Luneta Park)

Dancing fountain at Luneta Park
.
Rizal Park, also known as Luneta Park or simply Luneta, is a historic urban park located in Ermita, Manila, Philippines. It is considered one of the largest urban parks in Asia, covering an area of 58 hectares.

BONUS: Ugbo sa Tondo

Ugbo sa Tondo

Recently in the past years, this street in Tondo, Maynila is getting its name viral on social media. One of the main attractions here is Aling Consuelo's Halo-Halo which is said to be one of best in the metro.

Other street food are being sold here, too. You have the Filipino classic "inihaw" or grill, Oreo ice cream overload and more. So if you are on a budget, you may end your night from here.

As a person living in NCR, I would say that Manilenyos are very blessed to have someone like Isko Moreno who lead the way for the even better Manila!

There's a lot to discover not only in Manila, but in the Philippines. But Manila will always be a home to many of us - as the song says, "there's no place like Manila".

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND TOUR IN MANILA


WHERE TO STAY IN MANILA



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IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.

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REDISCOVER MANILA: 20+ Tourist Spots To Visit At Night (Things To Do & New Places To Go)

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These places in Manila City will bring you to Europe without the need of passport or visa!

The City of Manila once called the "Paris of Asia" before I was born. However, time past and the beautiful city was challenged with war and industrialization.

Manila was reconstructed in time and most of its parts were forgotten and taken for granted. Squatters, dark and full of garbage canals, polluted air, bad traffic, damaged Manila Bay, over population, name it - Manila has become one of the worst cities in the world.

MANILA CITY TODAY

Huge thanks to todays Manila City Mayor Francisco 'Isko Moreno' Domagoso for his initiatives in rehabilitating the whole city. I have never seen Manila as clean and stunning before.

On his first day as a mayor, Yorme Isko lead the clean-up drive to some crowded places in Manila - especially, Divisoria. I've visited Divisoria and Binondo last February and I was complete in awe to what I saw. It's given that these places are most crowded of all in Manila since they houses most of tiangge and establishments people from all over Metro and Greater Manila Areas are coming for. But these places look really different today as compare to the time of my visit during pre-Isko.

Roads are open and wide, people are walking in the pedestrian, vendors have their own authorized location, I've never felt safe until my last visit in 2020.

MAYOR ISKO LEGACY

Some of Mayor Isko's rehabilitation and construction projects are:
Loading...

And the list goes on...

Since then, people near Manila are more interested to visit the city and explore it once more! So in this blog, we feature 20+ places to visit in Manila especially at night:

Intramuros

Walking around Intramuros

Old-world Intramuros is home to Spanish-era landmarks like Fort Santiago, with a large stone gate and a shrine to national hero José Rizal. The ornate Manila Cathedral houses bronze carvings and stained glass windows, while the San Agustin Church museum has religious artwork and statues. Spanish colonial furniture and art fill Casa Manila museum, and horse-drawn carriages (kalesa) ply the area’s cobblestone streets.

In February 2021, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso said he agrees with the Department of Tourism (DOT) to open Intramuros and other parks once a week for a designated “family day.”

Manila Cathedral

Top view of Manila Cathedral

The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as the Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila.

It glows at night as the church lights up its walls and exteriors. One of the best views you can have in Manila!

Jones Bridge

Jones Bridge at night

This bridge connecting the districts of Binondo and Intramuros is not only historic but a tourist spot now in Manila. With the help of Manila LGU, the Jones Bridge had its best make-over (so far) and rehabilitated to last long. It's one of Mayor Isko's initiatives in bringing back the glory the city had once back in time.

The William A. Jones Memorial Bridge, commonly known as the Jones Bridge, is an arched girder bridge that spans the Pasig River.

Chinatown, Binondo

Binondo Chinatown

Binondo is a district in Manila and is referred to as the city's Chinatown - the oldest in the world. Its influence extends beyond to the places of Quiapo, Santa Cruz, San Nicolas and Tondo.

Today, it is still one of the top destinations for many tourists. Lucky me, I had a food crawl in Binondo in 2020 just before COVID-19 hit the Philippines.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILA 

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Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz

Fountain at Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz

Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz or Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz is a major public square in Binondo, Manila, bounded by Quintin Paredes Street to the east and Juan Luna Street to the west, parallel to the Estero de Binondo.

At night, the plaza showcases it fountain shining in different colors.

Divisoria

Tutuban Center

Have you tried shopping in Divisoria at night? "Divi" is still alive even at night. Most of the shops and vendors here are busy until the dawn. Thanks to the efforts of Manila City LGU as Mayor Isko lead the clean-up of the whole area that was once chaotic.

Today, it is still one of the top spot by many Filipinos for budget-friendly finds. Big crowd is expected everyday especially during peak hours.

Divisoria is a commercial center in between Tondo and Binondo in Manila, Philippines known for its shops that sell low-priced goods and its diverse manufacturing activities. 

Tutuban Center is situated within the commercial hub along with a night market located in the Centers' vicinity.

Anda Circle

Anda Circle fountain

The Anda Monument, often erroneously referred to as the Anda Circle after the roundabout it is currently located, is an obelisk monument situated in the boundary of Intramuros and Port Area in central Manila.

It has been recently rehabilitated by the City of Manila and brought back to its beauty.

Ayuntamiento de Manila

Ayuntamiento de Manila at night

The Ayuntamiento de Manila is a building located at the corner of Andrés Soriano Avenue and Cabildo Street, fronting Plaza de Roma in Intramuros.

Lagusnilad

Lagusnilad Underpass

The Lagusnilad Underpass refers to the pedestrian underpass in Manila, Philippines which connects the Manila City Hall and Intramuros. It also refers to the nearby vehicular underpass where part of the Taft and Padre Burgos Avenues merge.

Cheapest Flights and Airline Tickets Online Booking

OTHER THINGS TO DO IN MANILA


Plaza de Roma

Plaza de Roma at night

Plaza de Roma
, also known as Plaza Roma, is one of three major public squares in Intramuros, Manila. It is bounded by Andres Soriano Avenue to the north, Cabildo Street to the east, Santo Tomas Street to the south, and General Antonio Luna Street to the west. The plaza is considered to be the center of Intramuros.

La Cathedral Cafe

The crowd at La Cathedral Cafe

La Cathedral Cafe
is located right behind the Manila Cathedral, giving you a stunning view of the historical monument when you dine at their roof deck.

The cafe is decorated with capiz lanterns and touches of greenery, which make for an idyllic ambience especially at night.

SkyDeck at The Bayleaf Intramuros

SkyDeck at The Bayleaf Intramuros

The unobstructed, 360-degree view of the entire city including the world famous Manila sunset is simply stunning and very relaxing, a perfect way to end your busy day. Plus, the menu selection includes local favorites, such as tapas, and a wide selection of bar chows are being done the “Bayleaf” way.


Starbucks Puerta de Isabel II-Intramuros

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Starbucks Intramuros

Looking for a unique Starbucks Coffee branch in Metro Manila? Well, this one will bring you back in the history books. Starbucks Puerta de Isabel gives you a throwback vibe into Manila's past.

Inside feels like you’re in a cell or storage room or something once used by our ancestors as a hideout from the outside forces. The walls and the ceiling feels like you’re indeed back in time. It's even more beautiful at night.

Casa Manila

Casa Manila

Casa Manila is a museum in Intramuros depicting colonial lifestyle during Spanish colonization of the Philippines.

Arch of the Centuries, UST

Arch of the Centuries

The Arch of the Centuries is a triumphal arch at the Plaza Intramuros of the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, in the Philippines that stands meters away from the university's Millennium Gate along España Boulevard.

National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

The National Museum of Natural History is the national natural history museum of the Philippines. It is located along Agrifina Circle in Rizal Park, Manila.

Andres Bonifacio Shrine

Andres Bonifacio Shrine

The Bonifacio Shrine, also known as the Kartilya ng Katipunan or Heroes Park, is a public park and plaza in Ermita, Manila, Philippines located just north of the Manila City Hall and south of Mehan Garden and Liwasang Bonifacio.

1919 Grand Cafe

1919 Grand Cafe

1919 Grand Cafe, owned by a food-loving Chinese businessman, has given fine dining a whole new meaning by taking his customers on a journey to the past. This café will be your new favorite go-to if you enjoy good food and coffee, plus a serene ambiance with a sprinkling of history.

Formerly an HSBC bank, the century-old establishment was revived as a one-stop place for people who don't want to go too far away from Manila to experience specialty coffee and food. 


Post Office Building

Manila Central Post Office

The Manila Central Post Office, often called the Post Office Building, is the main postal office of Manila, which also serves as the home of the Philippine Postal Corporation. It also houses the main mail sorting-distribution operations of the Philippines.

National Museum

National Museum

The National Museum of the Philippines is an umbrella government organization that oversees a number of national museums in the Philippines including ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual arts collections.

Kapetolyo

Kapetolyo

SGD Coffee started working with Manila City Hall for the Manila Coffee Festival. The event was supposed to bring coffee farmers from all over the Philippines to meet coffee aficionados from coffee shop ownersn and baristas to coffee drinkers and coffee home brewers. The event didn’t push through because of the eventual lockdown.

However, Moreno believed in the project that he pushed to get this done even amid the pandemic business environment. The mayor’s main requirement for this coffee project was that the eventual partner should be a local coffee entity and not an international corporate coffee chain.

SGD Coffee eventually won the rights to lease the space where Kapetolyo is now. Watanabe stressed that Moreno and the city are Kapetolyo’s landlords though the City of Manila owns the Kapetolyo name and logo.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILA 

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Plaza Sto. Tomas

Plaza Sto. Tomas

Located in the Sto. Tomas corner Cabildo Streets in Intramuros, the Plaza Santo Tomas is the open public space for the University of Santo Tomas. All colleges in Intramuros had their own Plazas for their students and much common in buildings of the Spanish.

The Plaza Sto. Tomas is once the home of the bronze statue of the Manila Archbishop and University founder Miguel de Benavides, where it faces the entrance of the University (now the Arch of the Centuries). After WWII, the said statue was transferred to its current location in the España Campus.

Rajah Sulayman Park

Rajah Sulayman Park

Plaza Rajah Sulayman, also known as Rajah Sulayman Park, is a public square in Malate, Manila. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard to the west, San Andres Street to the south, and Remedios Street to the north. The plaza is considered the center of Malate as it fronts the Malate Church, the main church of the district.

Manila Bay

Manila Bay

Manila Bay is a natural harbor that serves the Port of Manila. Strategically located around the capital city of the Philippines, Manila Bay facilitated commerce and trade between the Philippines and its neighboring countries, becoming the gateway for socio-economic development even prior to Spanish occupation.


WHERE TO STAY NEAR MANILA BAY

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Rizal Park (Luneta Park)

Dancing fountain at Luneta Park
.
Rizal Park, also known as Luneta Park or simply Luneta, is a historic urban park located in Ermita, Manila, Philippines. It is considered one of the largest urban parks in Asia, covering an area of 58 hectares.

BONUS: Ugbo sa Tondo

Ugbo sa Tondo

Recently in the past years, this street in Tondo, Maynila is getting its name viral on social media. One of the main attractions here is Aling Consuelo's Halo-Halo which is said to be one of best in the metro.

Other street food are being sold here, too. You have the Filipino classic "inihaw" or grill, Oreo ice cream overload and more. So if you are on a budget, you may end your night from here.

As a person living in NCR, I would say that Manilenyos are very blessed to have someone like Isko Moreno who lead the way for the even better Manila!

There's a lot to discover not only in Manila, but in the Philippines. But Manila will always be a home to many of us - as the song says, "there's no place like Manila".

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND TOUR IN MANILA


WHERE TO STAY IN MANILA



Klook.com

WHERE TO NEXT?


IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.

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