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5 Manila Spots ASEAN Dignitiaries Can Visit And Enjoy During Their Stay

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Choose Philippines | Nov 10, 2017

The Philippines is hosting the ASEAN Summit once again and delegates from neighbouring Asian countries will be attending the semi-annual event.  ASEAN dignitaries can make the most out of their visit in the country by exploring places within the city which they can easily travel.  

Here are a few things that ASEAN attendees can do around Metro Manila and prove that the city, though old, has beautiful things to offer: 

Sunset at Manila Bay

End the day and appreciate the calming colors of the sunset while lounging at Manila bay, the same thing former US president Barack Obama enjoyed during his visit in the country. 

 

Watching the sunset in Manila.

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Rizal Park

Take a morning stroll along  the iconic Rizal Park where they can find gardens, foundtains, and a spacious ground to do different activities. 

Baluarte de San Diego

Let’s go down memory lane and visit one of Intramuros’ old and historic formations. Get to know more about the Philippine culture and traditionby visiting this momentous park.

San Sebastian Church

Devote some time and marvel at the classic and only-steel church in the country, the Basilica Manor de San Sebastian. 

 

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National Museum of the Philippines

ASEAN representatives can have an educational and insightful cultural tour at the National Musuem where prominent works and crafts of noteworthy artists are displayed.  

 

National Museum of Anthropology.

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