Maybe only the Chinese will visit here. The museum is located in the old city of Manila. Old cost is not very big, so after seeing Manila Cathedral and other places, you can walk to this small museum to see the hard history of the early Chinese ancestors in this land. The museum is not very big. It's situated at the corner of Cross Street. The building is Western-style and quite clean. Compared with the daily residence of Filipinos in the surrounding area, this is a good place. There are stone lions in the doorway. It's a little interesting.
In the interior of an independent building, the life histories of the local Chinese are mainly displayed in the form of pictures and wax figures plus scene reproduction. But the content of the Chinese introduction is too little. It's a little dull and boring above the third floor. It shows some famous local Chinese stories. It's not very attractive to mainlanders and it's not very interesting.
The Philadelphia Museum of History in Manila provides visitors around the world with an insight into the history of Chinese struggle in the Philippines, remembering the efforts of their ancestors for peace and recording the unfair treatment suffered by some Chinese people.
The Chinese Museum can only say that its tickets are really expensive. It's a bit inexpensive. But as a Chinese, it has tolerated it. In it, we can mainly see some historical contributions made by our great Chinese in the Philippines and some of the peripheral products.
It's worth visiting because it has taken some narrative pictures. We can learn about the experiences and contributions of Chinese people.
The Filipino History Museum is worth visiting. It mainly tells about the life of Filipino overseas Chinese in the Philippines.
Free visit, here you can learn about the history of Chinese business and life in the Philippines at that time.