Manila City Hall is located in the center of Manila. It is a beautiful building. There is a square next to the City Hall. In response to the upcoming Christmas, a large Christmas tree is installed on the square and a monument is next to it. Manila City Plaza is very beautiful and bustling both day and night. The blue sky and white clouds and the spacious central plaza are very beautiful during the day. It is a great attraction. The lights here at night are extremely bustling with the lights of the surrounding restaurants and cars. Bright, the disadvantage is that there are so many street-sleepers here, looking so bleak~
This is a famous local historical site square. This area belongs to the oldest area in Manila. Next to it is the very famous Spanish City. There are many parks and buildings worth checking in.
First visit the most famous Spanish Royal City, which is a testimony to the Spanish colonial history for more than 100 years. The tall and thick stone walls are well preserved, and the beautiful golf course with green grass surrounding the city is rare in the world in downtown In the stadium. The narrow stone roadways in the city are criss-crossed with tic-tac-toe, and there are a large number of Spanish-style old buildings.
Just north of the Royal City, it is actually inside the Santiago Castle Scenic Area, with the ruins of old military camps and restored ancient buildings on both sides. In the middle is a patch of green space and fountains, the scenery is beautiful and very spectacular.
It is in an old area north of Manila Bay. It was originally the center of Spanish rule in the Philippines. It survived the fierce fighting at the end of World War II. Become a historical relic. There are many details to see. It is worth scrutinizing and interesting.