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  • 8.8

    Manila Hotel

    Hotel One Rizal Park Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (119 tips):

    • Tzoneph
      Tzoneph: "Quality hotel, rooms are great with tv in the bath tub, comfy rooms and and the buffet is superb with lots of food choices, grill station and dessert simply amazing . Best hotel in Manila"
  • 8.8

    Bistro Remedios

    Restaurant Adriatico St Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (18 tips):

    • Fhaye M.
      Fhaye Merlin: "I like that it promotes the Filipino cuisine. i enjoyed the ginataang hito,ipusit mo baby and bamboo rice. 😊 🐟🐙🍚 and to mention the talented trio of singers that entertain the guests 🎤🎸"
  • 8.6

    Bee Tin Grocery

    Grocery Store Ongpin Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (3 tips):

    • Iflip O.
      Iflip Over: "Try their dried tapa (pork), the sweet and spicy or just sweet variety. It's bought by weight just like their champoys and kiamoy varieties. Love their mahu as well."
  • 8.8

    Wai Ying Fastfood (嶸嶸小食館)

    Chinese Restaurant Masangkay St Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (14 tips):

    • Iamdimple c.
      Iamdimple cortez 💋: "Must try ham soi kok buchi-like but with ground pork filling and check out their curry dumplings.. Yum! 😍 Surely love it."
  • 9.3

    Becky's Kitchen

    Bakery 1061 Pablo Ocampo Sr cor Bautista St Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (105 tips):

    • Arch M.
      Arch Malforte: "Choco cupcake & Cheese roll is good but Chocolate Mousse is the best. Its fun sitting in their wooden bench while selecting for delectable sweets plus an awesome facade that takes you to Spanish Era."
  • 8.8

    98B

    Public Art Escolta St. Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (4 tips):

    • Derek T.
      Derek Tvmala: "Watch out for 98B's Saturday Market at the First United Bldg in Escolta, announced at their facebook page once a month! Also meet the friendly team that advocates art & restoration of Escolta."

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  • 9.0

    Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz of Manila (Binondo Church)

    Church Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (21 tips):

    • Mhel G.
      Mhel Garrido: "I hope that the choir that sings would sing songs that is singable by the people having mass rather than singable only to them. The choir should encourage evryone to sing!"
    • George P.
      George Palaganas: "Their collections of "purportedly" faked relics that attracts devotees to the place is amazing. Plans to renovate it is underway!"
  • 8.6

    Tanabe Japanese Restaurant

    Japanese Restaurant Remedios Circle, Malate Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (18 tips):

    • Jeff T.
      Jeff Tan: "Try their Kaiware Tako Salad. It's really good! You can also request Tanabe-San to make you a special sashimi set that is not on the menu. They consist mostly of Chutoro, Amaebi, Hamachi, & etc."
    • Cherry Rosales w.
      Cherry Rosales www.joeandcherry.com: "We've been coming here for years now. Try the lunch sets. So sulit. The chawanmushi is the best."
  • 8.8

    San Agustin Church

    Church Gen. Antonio Luna St, Intramuros Maynila, City of Manila

    People also say (47 tips):

    • InterContinental Hotels & Resorts
      InterContinental Hotels & Resorts: "Most notable of which is the San Agustin Church. This monument, first built in 1571, is the only structure in Manila that is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO"
    • Belinda C.
      Belinda Cayapan: "San Agustin Church is popular for storybook weddings due to its wonderful acoustics and long aisle. Built in 1589 by Augustinian Friars, it is the PH's oldest stone church and a UNESCO Heritage Site."

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