A comfortable two-and-a-half-hour drive south of Manila, Villa Escudero, a former sugarcane plantation, is toured aboard a ... More
A comfortable two-and-a-half-hour drive south of Manila, Villa Escudero, a former sugarcane plantation, is toured aboard a rustic carabao-drawn carriage. The highlight of a tour is the visit to the museum where an eclectic collection of religious icons, rare coins, costumes, furniture and dioramas of Philippine wildlife can be viewed. The other unique feature is a native buffet lunch by a waterfall where you listen to the cascades and cool your feet in the running water while feasting on native delicacies.
Although adults often come here with excited children in tow, it is not always the kids who wear the widest
grins. At this "hands on" museum, visitors are encouraged to touch, smell, listen and feel numerous themed exhibits. To ...
How did Manilans live during the Spanish colonial era? Casa Manila Museum housed in an accurate reconstruction of a 19th
century Manila residence gives you an imitation of how life was then. Each room is set up in period ...
A social/cultural icon for generations of Filipinos, Jones Bridge was part of a grand scheme in the 1920s to transform
Manila's civic center into a showcase of Neoclassical architecture. Jones Bridge once reigned as the queen of the bridges ...
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