If you’re fond of reminiscing about the past, you shouldn’t miss going to this part of Manila, as you can travel back in time to the preserved historical centre of the Philippines, right in the heart of Manila.
I remember the times my grandfather always told me how simple life was in his younger days. Streets were full of people, not automobiles, and children were always playing outside because there were no electronic gadgets back then.
You may not relive these exact moments, but you may still experience the same ambience once you step inside the walled city of Intramuros. While you’re there, you may also opt to visit Fort Santiago, which served as the stronghold in the wartime.
The roads of Intramuros are made of bricks, just like the old times.
Mandatory pose when you see an Instagram-worthy door.
You may rent a bike made of bamboo to explore the area.
Walking beside the towering wall at Muralla Street.
The famous building at the Real Street Corner General Luna Street.