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Best parks in Manila Bay

Park
“Rizal Park or Luneta, is a historical urban park dedicated to Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippine national hero.”
75 locals recommend
Plaza
“A 16th century military defense structure, stands witness to the valour and heroism of the Filipino through the centuries. Part of the walled city of Intramuros.”
28 locals recommend
Bar
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“Manila Baywalk is a popular leisure centre for city dwellers. This sidewalk is famous for its golden skies, calm bay waters, palm trees and ornamental plants that sway in the bay’s breezes as well as for the yachts anchored in front of the harbour’s cafes and restaurants.”
15 locals recommend
Zoo
“Its manila zoo. Compact size but lot of watching. Easy walk to here in 15 minutes or come By jeep.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“If you want to have some nightlife, there are many bars and restaurants in this area. This is a popular place to visit if you want to chill or just hang out with friends or love ones. From live music to jazz bars, you can locate them in this area.”
1 local recommends
Park
“The Paco Park and Cemetery is a beautiful and quiet spot in the suburb of Paco in Manila. It is designed in a circular form -- in a structure of two concentric stone walls with a promenade on top -- with a rotunda church (St Pancratius) and old-fashioned gardens in the center. Built in 1820, the niches in the walls of Paco Cemetery received the bodies of the victims of the cholera epidemic of that year. A former Spanish Governor General of the Philippines, Ramon Solano y Lladeral, and a number of bishops are buried in the cemetery. Three priests, Fathers José A. Burgos, Mariano C. Gomez and Jacinto R. Zamora, who were executed in 1872 for their suspected role in the Cavite mutiny (a 19th century insurrection against Spanish rule), are buried in this Park. The priests (often referred to collectively as Gomburza) were an inspiration for later Filipino independence advocates such as José Rizal and are regarded as martyrs by the Philippine nation”
9 locals recommend
Park
“From the park, you can also check out the National Museum. One point of interest is the newly opened National Museum of Natural History, which is inspired by Chicago's Field Museum.”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Park
“The Garden showcases different kinds of flora and fauna that thrives in different climates all over the world. They have different species of orchids, bonsai plants, cactuses and flowering plants. It also has a mini zoo and life-sized cartoon characters. Kids will love the Candy store. ”
1 local recommends
Church
“this little park with historic church is a nice diversion from the busy Ermita area. Friday night concerts. 10 peso entrance fee. Park closes early, 6pm. My Kitchen and Swiss Inn Restaurants nearby.”
1 local recommends
Plaza
“About Fort Santiago This museum and public park was built as a stone fortress at the turn of the 17th century and marked the beginning of the walled city's riverside barricades. Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours Gen Luna St | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines 63 2 527 1572”
2 locals recommend
Park
“The Park is the site of the walls of Porta Vaga which was levelled to the ground by the Americans after the war. Its tall, stately trees offer residents a cool shade from the midday sun.”
1 local recommends
Church
“It was so serene, very good place for special moments of your life like weddings, christenings, etc. and has a strategic location. The place was clean, and on the other side of the church, there's an available exhibit about the patron San Ezekiel and the history of Las Piñas City itself. Must visit and can be considered as one of the tourist destinations in the South.”
2 locals recommend
Field
1 local recommends