Foursquare ti aiuta a trovare i luoghi perfetti a Manila dove andare con gli amici:

  • 9.0

    Bulalohan sa Ramirez

    Ristorante filippino Nicanor Ramirez St. Quezon City, Quezon City

    La gente dice anche (62consigli):

    • Crissy P.
      Crissy Palacios: "Upscale carinderia :) tried their bulalo, sisig, bistek and inihaw na hito. Yummy homecooked dishes! They have dine in/restaurant area where you can be comfy :) must try place near welcome rotonda. 👌"
  • 9.3

    Becky's Kitchen

    Panetteria 1061 Pablo Ocampo Sr. Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (103consigli):

    • Arch M.
      Arch Malforte: "Choco cupcake & Cheese roll is good but Chocolate Mousse is the best. Its fun sitting in their wooden bench while selecting for delectable sweets plus an awesome facade that takes you to Spanish Era."
  • 8.7

    H&M

    Negozio di abbigliamento Robinson's Place Manila Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (7consigli):

    • Adrian B.
      Adrian Bersabe: "They have a nice collection of clothes from top to bottom. This is a great example of a walk-in closet, but you have to pay before leaving."
  • 8.7

    Tim Hortons

    Coffee-shop G/F U.N. Square, 1007 United Nations Ave Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (11consigli):

    • Finella Jianna V.
      Finella Jianna Villaluz: "Go for everything bagel with cream cheese. Pair it with some cafe mocha. Sit by the window. Read a book. Perfect starter for a carpe diem kinda day 😊💛"
  • 9.2

    Manila Hotel

    Hotel One Rizal Park, Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (113consigli):

    • Mark H.
      Mark Hammami: "Has everything you'd ever want in a beautifully arranged king size room. Even has an iron !! Staff are super nice and everything is spotless. A must stay for business or pleasure !"
  • 9.1

    Wai Ying fastfood (嶸嶸小食館)

    Ristorante cinese Masangkay St Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (13consigli):

    • Lady D.
      Lady Dianna: "Lemon Chicken Rice. Shrimp Chong Fan. Buko Pandan. Milk Tea Jelly. Roast Peking Duck. Fried Rice. Lemon Tea. Sugar Cane. Lemonade. Boiled Lettuce. Lomaikai. Goto. Buchi. Hakaw. Beef Congee. Pata Rice"

La gente parla di questi luoghi a Manila:

  • 9.0

    Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz of Manila (Binondo Church)

    Chiesa Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (21consigli):

    • Mhel G.
      Mhel Garrido: "I hope that the choir that sings would sing songs that is singable by the people having mass rather than singable only to them. The choir should encourage evryone to sing!"
    • George P.
      George Palaganas: "Their collections of "purportedly" faked relics that attracts devotees to the place is amazing. Plans to renovate it is underway!"
  • 9.1

    Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception of Manila (Manila Cathedral)

    Chiesa Gen. Antonio Luna St., Intramuros Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (36consigli):

    • Conrad C.
      Conrad Cementina: "It's a great church to pray and contemplate; really beautiful now that the two year renovation finished a couple of days ago."
    • Jun I.
      Jun Isidro: "The Lord is always there waiting to give us his love: it is an amazing thing, one which never ceases to surprise us! @Pontifex"
  • 9.1

    San Agustin Church

    Chiesa Gen. Antonio Luna St, Intramuros Manila, City of Manila

    La gente dice anche (45consigli):

    • Belinda C.
      Belinda Cayapan: "San Agustin Church is popular for storybook weddings due to its wonderful acoustics and long aisle. Built in 1589 by Augustinian Friars, it is the PH's oldest stone church and a UNESCO Heritage Site."
    • InterContinental Hotels & Resorts
      InterContinental Hotels & Resorts: "Most notable of which is the San Agustin Church. This monument, first built in 1571, is the only structure in Manila that is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO"

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