The Cultural Center of the Philippines is a place with a lot of historical resources. The scenery of the whole center is very beautiful, surrounded by a lot of plants and fountains.More
When I walked along Manila Bay, I found this cultural center. I am fascinated because it was the flagship of the Philippines in the 1960s. At that time, the Philippines was the fastest growing country in Asia. The cultural center has magnificent buildings and is well worth a visit. At different times of the year, there are various festivals, plays, musical performances, etc. It's nice to look around. If you love architecture, come and visit CCP. For tourists, it is best to choose to come here on a certain festival, like Pasinaya or Fringe, but there are always some bad things happening in the theater here.
concert , conventions,exhibits, are usually held in this place. it is big enough to accommodate a huge crowd.
This edifice built during the Marcos administration is located in the reclamation area of Manila Bay. It is one of the most iconic structures in Manila. This is where artistic and cultural performances are held including operas, concerts, ballet, Broadway musicals, etc.
CCP was location on Roxas Bolevard... and was build in the days Marcos Administration