Manila is not really known for being a tourist hot-spot, thanks in large part to a delectable combination of heavy pollution, the world's densest population, and a frantic pace of life.
From the Manila Travel Guide
01 May 2013 - 31 May 2013
An important religious festival that takes place every May. The city is decorated in all of the beautiful flowers that bloom during this month. Children have a significant role in this festival; they carry flowers in baskets in religious processions held all around the city, and the flowers are sprinkled in memory of the highly venerated Virgin Mary.
I am disabled and after a 20 day stay was told I could not reserve another day in hotel due to unavailability although I made reservations for another 6 day stay. I was treated poorly by management and will not return to this place again. ... more
A really nice, affordable place in Ermita (which can be hard to find). If it only had an small refrigerator in the room it would get five stars all the way around. ... more
I styaed here with my girlfriend for 5 nights on my first visit to Manila. I had booked for 3 but they allowed me to add extra nights with no problem. The apartment was large, very clean and with exactly the facilities we wanted. I will recommend them and will definitely stay again. ... more
Our first full day in Manila was rainy but nice and we spent time getting to know the area around our hotel. Big mall very close to us with the typical mall stores. I wanted to go to the market I ...
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Our second full day in Manila and I think that we are finally getting the hang of the traffic. We took an amazing taxi ride to the Mall of Asia, the taxi threatened to fall apart at any time, I think it was held together with sticky tape, however we did make it. The Mall was a little disappointing, I don ...
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