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Intramuros - Bonifacio Drive and Padre Burgos Street - the massive walls stretch approximately 5 kms - originally a medieval walled city. National Museum of the Philippines - Valenciana Circle - take in the fascinating history and culture of the Philippine people.

Taal Volcano and Lake - Tel - 63 43 773 0192 - 60 kms south of Manila in Tagaytay City - supposedly the smallest volcano in the world, but with a difference. It's a volcano within a lake within a volcano. Take the 45 minute ride on a banca (wooden boat) to the volcano, then a 15 min hike to the top of the crator. It's worth the effort.

Aristocrat Located at Roxas Blvd. Always packed with people, and also a must eat for Balikbayans
submitted by Abi, 10/10/07

Flamingo, Dimples & Arabian Club For the Best nightlife that can be enjoyed in Manila check out these clubs in Makati on Burgos Street.
submitted by John, 10/05/05

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Manila Activities

The Children's Amusement Park - in Rizal Park with it's impressive dinosaurs. There is also an area for roller-skaters. The park is quite spectacluar with loads of gardens, fountains and walkways.

Manila Parks & Gardens

Rizal Park - 148 acres of lawns, gardens, paths and wooded areas. Filled with loads of Filipino monuments, you would not believe you are in the middle of a teaming city.

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Manila Restaurants and Bars

Filipino cuisine is a mixture of Chinese, Malay and Spanish influences. Merienda and pulutan are small snacks served with alcoholic drinks. Unripened papaya, fermented fish and small pieces of crispy pig skin are popular side dishes.

Manila Restaurants

Cafe Adriatico - 1790 M. Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila - very popular cafe that stays open late.

Dads - Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Level 4, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center) Manila - buffet with a huge selection. From contemporary dishes to sushi and sashimi.

Cafe Havana - 1903 M Adriatico St, Manila - a good party vibe - serves exotic Caribbean dishes.

Manila children's activities

The Children's Amusement Park - in Rizal Park with it's impressive dinosaurs. There is also an area for roller-skaters. The park is quite spectacluar with loads of gardens, fountains and walkways.

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