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A Must for US Citizens or Those from Coalition Countries
My grandfather served in the Philippines during World War II and I'm just so much more grateful he was lucky enough to make it back after having visited the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial. A must for Americans or those from countries such as the UK, Australia, etc.
Posted on 27/2/2011 by B O'Reilly
Shopping and Walking in the Park
Greenbelt is the main shopping haven in Manila and it is near-impossible to walk through the five numbered malls without reaching for your wallet. If you still have some energy left after shopping, take a stroll around the park that is considered to be one of the Philippines' best.
Posted on 9/9/2010 by Jimmy Olson
Re. the Thriller in Manila
Actually sir, it is THE largest in Asia and we're very proud of it here in Philippines! Happy that you enjoyed it and maybe try and catching some basketball sometimes.
Posted on 2/12/2009 by Rey Hones
The Thriller in Manila
Anyone that claims to be a sports fan should head to Smart Araneta Coliseum - the setting of the Thriller in Manila bout between Smokin' Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. There's plenty of memorabilia dotted around but you may also wish to watch entirely unrelated sporting events at what is meant to be one of Asia's largest indoor arenas.
Posted on 26/5/2009 by Tyrese Gibbley
Travel Way Back in Time
Alright, so Corregidor Island - known as the Tadpole - might not actually be a part of Manila but it is still enjoyable for anyone that is holidaying in the area. The historical tours are the best if you are lucky enough to drop on one.
Posted on 24/3/2008 by F Flannigan