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We actually come here every weekends, we go jogging and exercise because my kids loved to run. Rizal park is one of the best place to unwind, you can watch the dancing fountain, the programs and events every weekends at CONCERT AT THE PARK, you...More
Rizal Park which also known as Luneta is a very beautiful and popular part. It is also historical. The monument of our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal is also there. He was executed there by the Spaniards for his peaceful fights against the colonizers. People...More
This big park is always busy. You find people walking, running or just relaxing and have fun. Always nice to see the dancing fountain in this park. And ofcourse a big statue of the hero José Rizal. You can find a big map of the...More
Historic and now knowing my ancestral heritage.Nice park and understand that in any country be aware of your local areas where you should be safe in. A few of the cities museums were open also. Aircon a plus and free at the time we were...More
We were in Manila on a cruise, had caught the shuttle into the city but the Mall did not appeal! M&S and other stores from home just was not the experience we were looking for. The traffic is very daunting with scooters and small motor...More
This place is very common for families to have a picnic especially on a weekend. You may ride a "kalesa" to go around the place. This is where Jose Rizal monument is located which is a common tourist spot in Manila. Expect a lot of...More
This public park is large. Just after the park entrance, there are 2 free to enter museums on each side. The walkways are well paved, with Japanese and Chinese gardens too. One will not miss the monuments dedicating to the local hero Jose Rizal.
Rizal Park is a large open space in old Manila near Intramuros. It is dominated by the Rizal Monument at one end with two soldiers on guard duty and a reflecting pool at the other. The large grass area is suitable for picnics. There is...More