A collection of precious historical and cultural products from various periods in the Philippines.
A place to visit if you want to understand the history and culture of the Philippines
The culture of Manila Museum The culture of Manila may be too deep. Therefore, when reading a book, I often see where some novel things are hidden in a certain corner of the city. This is also the relationship between my choice of museum in Manila this time. Devil or Angel—National Museum of the Philippines In fact, my favorite works in the National Museum of the Philippines are two works, one is an oil painting. It seems to be a picture of a war scene. Many people are there, and everyone holds a small fork in their hands as if they are fighting for something. I just want to say that the painting is too vivid, and the human side is almost revealed. There is also a little angel that contrasts with the painting. Look at their two broken little arms and their round faces. It's like two lively children in front of me. Reminder: Tickets: Around RMB 50. Opening hours: 10 am-5 pm Hesitating Woman-Makati Museum The best-looking work in Makati Museum is the hesitating woman. Seeing the hesitation on the woman's face, there is no way to stretch her brows in this blooming place. The most conscious thing is that the long line on the woman's hand has been connected to her mouth, as if she was eating noodles. What's even stranger is that in the back, you see a portrait of a hamburger next to the woman. Is it possible that there is still a spaghetti in the middle? Where did the pasta go? Did you finish eating for the woman? Reminder: Tickets: around RMB 50. Opening hours: 11 am-6 pm Numerous pairs of eyes-my favorite painting in the National Gallery of Art, is an innumerable pairs of eyes, let me call it that for now. The middle of the painting looks like a lotus lotus, but the strange thing is that the lotus is actually pink. The lotus heart on this lotus plant is like countless pairs of eyes looking at people. There is also a world of paintings. In fact, there is nothing special about this painting. It's just that various interesting patterns are spliced with light tubes in the middle of the painting. It is better to say that it is a pattern than that it looks like a single letter, but I have never seen a single letter. Reminder: Tickets: around RMB 100. Opening hours: 10 am-4 pm The Temple of Buddha Statues-Rizal Museum Rizal Museum says it is a museum rather than a temple of Buddha statues. The most important thing here is various Buddha statue. It makes me, who thinks that I know a lot about Buddhism, not know the figure of this Buddha. Look at the large apertures on the head of each Buddha statue, and there is a golden flame at the junction of the aperture and the head, which makes people feel very strange. It may be due to the flame. The heads of several Buddha statues are actually bald, interesting... Reminder: Tickets: about 100 yuan Opening hours: 9 am-6 pm The portrait of the devil and the little angel in the National Museum of the Philippines Sculptures; the woman who hesitated eating noodles in the Makati Museum; the lotus heart with many eyes in the National Gallery...Everything I can't forget for a long time. What can make you unforgettable?
The Makati Museum is a small museum, not too big, but there are a lot of people, maybe the exhibits here are more attractive.
What used to be a great spot to see historical items pre Spanish and pre war has been closed for 3 years now - don't waste your time making teh trip , you can;t get in.
We went yesterday and we were told that the museum is under renovation. Being a weekend, we did not get to talk to anyone in charge. The exterior looks fine. This was once the municipio of the to...
First time to visit this place in late October and it was closed for renovations. They do not know when it will be re-opened. I am not sure if this is a government-owned museum, regardless, I only ...
I walked up to the museum only to be told by the guard that it is closed for renovations. He gave me no time frame. I moved on to St. Peter and Paul's church around the corner.
Preston_Dominguez: Dr Jose P. Rizal Ave, Makati City, Metro Manila
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Manila south cemetery,Landmark Makati,Ayala Museum,St. Peter and Paul Church,Ayala Triangle Gardens