Manila is the politic heart of the Philippines, as well as the most densely populated city in the world. Manila is called a global city, which means what happens here affects other countries globally, such as its economics, etc. It also has many sports venues, as well as several scientific and educational institutions.
Nearly a million tourists go on holiday in Manila every year to enjoy the ocean, the night life and the most famous Manila Bay. You won’t have a problem finding things to do in Manila during your visit, especially not if you are a culture buff.
The interesting city has got some equally interesting museums to offer like the National Museum of the Philippines, the Museo Pambata, which is for children, or the Museum of Philippine Political History for fans of politics.
Try the Manila Zoo for sights of some of the native animals. It’s the oldest zoo in Asia.
The nightlife in Manila is famous for bongo players, live music bars, restaurants, rock clubs and reggae.
Shoppers can find everything from little local shops to several large shopping malls in the Manila area.
Another popular spot to see is the Walled City of Intramuros, the oldest of all the districts and the site of its historic center. It was built by the Spaniards in the 16th century for protection against invaders. It was damaged in several wars, and reconstruction work was done in 1951 after it was named as a national monument.
Manila is a city with the tropical savannah climate, which means that the range of the temperature is quite small and it rarely goes below 20 ºC (59 ºF) or above 31 ºC (88 ºF). The humidity level is fairly high and late December until May is the dry season, while the rest of the year is the wet season. There is the possibility of typhoons between June and September.
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