Intramuros, located along Pasig River's southern bank, refers to the inner part of the walls of Manila, Philippines.
When the Spanish came to Manila, they built the walls of Manila and the authorities themselves were responsible for defining the importance of the interior of the walls.
If you want to leisurely explore Manila and have enough time to walk around architectural structures that date back to the Spanish colonial period, visit Intramuros and Fort Santiago. Another site to visit is the University of Santo Tomas, which is located along Manila's university belt in the area of Espaňa in Sampaloc.
Paco Park had hosted numerous musical events and wedding receptions since its restoration during the Marcos presidency. You can consider holding your wedding or musical event here as the area provides a romantically and culturally artistic backdrop for your special occasion.
A visit to the Philippines' capital city is not complete if you do not revisit Manila's rich cultural history. The city's past is primarily dominated by the remnants of the Spanish colonial era which can be quickly toured without any problems.
If you are looking for an idyllic place to hold your debut or wedding reception, you can consider the Coconut Palace in Manila. Its location provides wide open beautifully landscaped grounds which face the magnificent Manila Bay.
If you want to explore the Philippines' rich cultural heritage, go to the National Museum of the Philippines. You can spend one whole day walking around the museum's various rooms exhibiting paintings, sculptures and other artifacts dating back to pre-Hispanic settlement.
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