It is located in a historic place called Shizhongshi in central Manila. This museum focuses on Chinese cultural heritage in the Philippines. A large number of exhibits include the beginning of the Chinese in the Philippines, from trading partners, merchants and businessmen in the pre-Spanish period to business tycoons after World War II. A Chinese can look back at where the community started and look elsewhere. This is a must-see attraction, how the Chinese have always helped build this country.
When you come to this museum, you can learn about the life and history of Chinese people who started overseas hundreds of years ago, as well as their customs, and there are also some cultural relics from prehistory to modern times that can be visited. I think it is quite meaningful.
It is said that this is the only Chinese museum, so don't miss it. It shows the difficult journey of the Chinese crossing the ocean, reflects the glory they have created here, and reveals their hard life.
Students who are interested in Chinese history can come here to take a look. It can be regarded as a more comprehensive museum showing the history of Chinese struggle. There are many wax figures to introduce history through scenes.
This is a special museum about the Chinese. The introduction is also in Chinese, mainly showing the history of struggle and blood and tears of the Chinese. You can understand some historical conditions of the year.
Preston_Dominguez: 32 Anda St, Intramuros, Manila, Metro Manila
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Manila Cathedral,San Agustin Church,Fort Santiago,Rizal Park,Manila Ocean Park