In the center of Manila, across the road from Rizal Plaza. The stone stele is relatively short and tall enough for one person. It is obscured by crowds during the Black Jesus Festival. It is very inconspicuous. In contrast, the monument to the 100th anniversary of the Philippine Revolution with a clock behind it is taller and eye-catching. The 0-kilometer monument is a mark, it is hard to say that it is a separate attraction.
The 0km mark is directly in front of the Rizal Monument, which indicates that the distance measurement in the Philippines uses this as the starting point. This mark was originally in Manila Cathedral, but was later moved here.
Opposite Rizal Park, there is a large lawn and there are many attractions around
When you come to Manila, you must go here, look at the zero-kilometer mark. This is also a sign of the maritime age.
Very nice place, I feel very good, I really like the atmosphere here.
The 0km mark is a very old place. This building is very distinctive, and there are quite a few locations away from the city. The center of the mark is unique.