A neat look into a guest house at the turn of the 20th century. A little pricy compared to the amount of time it takes to go through it, but still a quality museum.
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My family likes to walk around the corridors and different rooms of Casa Manila. It gives us a glimpse of how wealthy Spanish-Filipino families lived in ancient times. The bedroom has a gorgeous wooden bed and beautiful wooden furniture. The dining area has a large dining table and a few heavy wooden chairs. It even has a huge fan made of textiles (drawn aside by the waiter) to cool the guests and drive away flies. A large number of cooking utensils are displayed in the kitchen. There is a matching chair/toilet in the bathroom so that the owner can talk to people when they go to the bathroom. We also noticed the alley on the side of the house, where a waiter named Aliping Sagigilid would pass by and patrol around the house.
The Casa Manila Museum is located in the National Capital Region of Luzon, the Philippines, also known as Manila House. Just across from the Manila Cathedral. Old-fashioned buildings have local characteristics, and there is a courtyard in the middle to stroll around
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When it comes to museums in Manila, Casa Manila is indeed one of my favorites. For an affordable admission fee of 75 pesos, you’ll get to explore a beautiful historic trove portraying the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization era in the Philippines. Inside the museum, I was enthralled by its antique collection, elegant furniture and majestic interiors. I, honestly, felt like I was an illustrious or respected businessman during the Spanish colonization era, while I was admiring the exhibits in Casa Manila. And, by the way, make sure to drop by the courtyard, to make your travel photos more eye-catching.