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The Top Instagrammable Locations in Manila, Philippines.

When you’re on your Philippine Holidays you’ll find that for those who love taking pictures, it’s difficult not to be enchanted with Manila’s solid art scene, ancient locations, and other Instagrammable sites that really replicate the metropolis’s exceptional lifestyle. There are many locations located inside the country’s main city so don’t miss out on these Instagram deserving locations.



Fort Santiago performs as one of the most significant and noticeable ancient locations in Manila. Being a portion of the enclosed metropolis of Intramuros, this fortress has been a spectator to lives lost in the Spanish colonial period. Currently, this ancient monument takes delight in its conserved inheritances like the collectibles of Rizal and has parts performing as perfect spots for walks, photo openings, and picnics. Inside Intramuros, there are also numerous appeals – tour these through a walking trip or while riding on a calesa (a horse pulled calash)!   



On your Philippines Travel, you’ll come across Rizal Park, previously known as Luneta Park, which has turned into more than an ancient monument in tribute of the nation’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. It has turned into a preferred holiday and a location to take pictures amid families and sets of friends. Inside this emblematic park, with around 60 hectares of sweeping grasslands and decorative gardens, tourists might also be able to locate artworks, Chess Plaza, dancing enchanted fountains, and figures of other Philippine heroes. It’s also a preferred walking spot for natives in the late afternoon or early evening due to its calming atmosphere.   



While a cemetery may not be your perfect destination and too frightening to see for a few, Paco Park and Cemetery is a must see ancient monument and a location for Instagram deserving pictures as well! In the Spanish colonial era, Paco Park performed as Manila’s public cemetery, where many of the wealthy families’ loved ones were entombed. Even though it was a cemetery during the 1800s, it has been renovated and now performs as a site for weddings, has a concert region, and a park encircled by plants with ancient touches – ideal for late afternoon walks and taking pictures!




At the pedestrian Baywalk of Manila down Roxas Boulevard, viewers get the opportunity to see the most remarkable sight of the sunset. On your Philippine Holiday you’ll find that aside from being a preferred location for exercising and walking, this two-kilometer expanse has also become a famous location for art presentations and for instances when you just want to take a seat beside the path and watch fellow bystanders. Inside the region, you would discover a crowd of shades coming from the splendidly tinted lamps, lights arriving from the open-air cafes and eateries, and those from cars going by. It’s certainly a brilliant location for Instagram worthy pictures!



During May 2018, the National Museum of Natural History in Manila was reopened to the community. From its revamp, multitudes have gathered to the region to view the museums which hold ancient and current exhibitions, like a model of the Guinness Book of World Records’ biggest crocodile “Lolong,” the Tree of Life, and a copy of Tinuy-an, a female Philippine eagle from Bislag, Surigao del Sur. Tourists could take delight in taking pictures while discovering more about the nation’s varied vegetation and wildlife for free.  




Run by the National Museum of the Philippines, this is an art museum which consists of portraits and masterworks of popular artists like Guillermo Tolentino and Juan Luna. When visiting this museum during your Philippine Holidays you’ll see that all paintings located in this elegant structure (previously known as the National Art Gallery) expresses tales based on Filipino lifestyles. Aside from the works of art of Juan Luna and other popular artists during the 20th century, you’ll also discover new and modern items like figurines and art patterns during the 21st century – something you’ll need to get for your Instagram posts!   




Do you want to get elegant and chic looking pictures? Manila’s Central Post Office, which is located beside the border of Pasig River, would straightaway turn those visions into actuality – get those pictures you’ve been wanting to put to your Instagram posts! This splendid construction’s bodily form is as beautiful as its past. Built during 1925, it has seen the nation’s most significant happenings, from the American Occupation till today. Constructed inelegant construction, it’s one of the exceptional American royal constructions in the state.     

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