I live in a 52-story Airbnb apartment in this district. I have been here many times. I think it is very necessary to read other people's comments-reality and potential fantasy, poverty and wealth, excitement and disappointment are mixed, it can be said to be very accurate. This area has everything, depending on what you need. At least, this place is very suitable for strolling around, especially at night. The location here allows you to take a taxi to Manila International Airport without spending too much money. It is also more convenient to go to museums, shopping malls, parks, stroll along the bay, or just go to the beach. A little bit of attention when playing here, just a little bit of common sense in life.
The Malate area is a avenue close to the middle of the Spanish city and Rizal Park. The route is very long. It connects the above two points and the National People’s Museum, the National Art Gallery and other famous attractions. There is also a lively entertainment area.
Malate is near Manilabay, along Roxas Avenue, there are many hotels and restaurants, life is more convenient, and travel is also very convenient. You can watch the sunset on the beach, and the night life is also very rich.
The mango smoothie is really delicious and the scenery is also nice
The best location in Manila is the Malate District. According to legend, the public security is not good, but I live in a very comfortable place and feel that the atmosphere is like Guangzhou Xiguan. The transportation is convenient. Malate Pensionne, where I live, is very safe and satisfied. It takes a few steps to shop at Robinson or watch the sunset on Sunset Boulevard.
Preston_Dominguez: Manila, Luzon, Philippines
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended San Agustin Church,Rizal Park,Manila Ocean Park,Intramuros,Coconut Palace