The Malakanan Palace is the presidential palace of the Philippines. It is the daily office of the president. The overall building is of Southeast Asian style. The white granite building on the third floor has a small area. It can not be visited. It can only take pictures in the distance.
Malacanang Palace is the official residence of our president. This was opened to the public, right after the 1986 EDSA People Power.
Manila's Malakanan Palace is the presidential palace of the Philippines. Like European government agencies, there are many inscriptions, sculptures and statues. Only part of the public area is open and can't be photographed randomly. That is to say, we can experience the same different government model.
a very overwhelming place! :)
Its huge! I saw this when i was a kid, when Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown, not sure how it looks now, but i got to see Imelda Marcos shoe closet!
Manila's presidential palace, where the prime minister lives, feels very good, really comfortable and beautiful.