Bahay Tsinoy is a famous museum situated in Intramuros (Old Walled City) section of Manila. The museum exhibits the history and lives of Chinese overwhelmingly. In the museum, the visitors can explore the Philippine life and history, especially the significant contribution of Chinese in it.
Establishing Year & Inauguration
Late architect Honrado Fernandez collaborated with Eva Penamora and the beautiful museum was designed. The designing work of the museum was completed in the year 1996. The museum was inaugur... read more
Known to be traditional gardens, Japanese Gardens are characterized by miniature idealized landscapes. The gardens of Buddhist temples have been designed for meditating and contemplating purposes. The gardens of the emperors and nobles are contrived to make one enjoy quality recreation time in the aesthetic surroundings.
Japanese garden styles include:
Karesansui, Japanese Rock Gardens or Zen Gardens: These are meditation gardens and known as gardens where white sand takes place of water.
Roj... read more
Paco Park stretches upto an area of 4,114.80 m2 (44,291.3 sq ft). It is a recreational garden area and situated in General Luna St. It is precisely located at the east end of Padre Faura Street in Paco district in the City of Manila, the Philippines. If one turns the pages of history, it can be found that Paco Park was once a Manila’s municipal cemetery. It is said that it was constructed by the Dominicans.
Paco Park was initially designed as a municipal cemetery for the rich and aristocratic Span... read more
The Malacañang Palace is the main workplace and official residence of the President of the Philippines. The original structure of the palace was contrived in the year 1750.
The Palace Halls· Entrance Hall: The Entrance Hall in the palace is used by official visitors.
· Heroes Hall: Before being named Heroes Hall, it was referred as Social Hall. It was used for informal gatherings.
· Grand Staircase: The Grand Staircase is located on the further side of the Malakas and Maganda doors of the Entrance Hall.... read more
Rizal Park is a historical urban park. It is reckoned as the Asia’s largest urban park and also called Luneta Park. The park is situated along Roxas Boulevard, City of Manila, Philippines. It can be located adjacent to Intramuros. The park is visited by many on weekends and national holidays.
HistoryThe land on which the park is straddled was the location of a town called Nuevo Barrio. During 1762 to 1764, the town was ruined by British, and the location came to be known as Bagumbayan Field. In 1995, Lune... read more