We are currently staying in Manila for a few weeks and are desperately looking for things to do in the rain; sitting in cheap hotel rooms and watching Filipino TV can get pretty old.
One of our solutions was to seek out Tutuban Mall. We would not usually bother to review malls but this one does boast one unusual feature: the front of it is a 19th century train station. Rather than knocking it down, they preserved the main station building and used it as the entrance to the mall. The woodwork, bricks and ironwork is all rather attractive. Inside you have the usual selection of fast food and Filipino restaurants as well as a lot of clothes shops and the like. Not a bad mall, overall, but it's the railway station entrance which is of most interest.
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