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Malacañan Palace

4.2/529 Reviews
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Monday-Friday 9:00-16:00. Reservations must be made in advance, see: http://malacanang.gov.ph/reservations/.
Malacañan Palace, JP Laurel Street, San Miguel, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
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About Malacañan Palace

The Spanish colonial Malacacan Palace was built as a summer house by a Spanish aristocrat in 1750, but turned into the house of the heads of state of the Philippines beginning in 1825. Its most extended residents were President Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, who lived inside it from 1965 to 1986. The original 19th-century building was an construct of great architectural merit, but much of that has been removed in the many changes that took place over some 150 years.

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  • 陈富贵02
    5.0

    Manila's presidential palace, where the prime minister lives, feels very good, really comfortable and beautiful.

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  • _wb****4878
    5.0

    Then take the subway to visit the Spanish Malagan Palace on the banks of the Pasi River (if you go to the Malagan Palace, you should apply at least 7 days in advance, just in case).

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    Reviewed on 1406187358000
  • 一米q
    5.0

    The Malakanan Palace is the presidential palace of the Philippines. It is the daily office of the president. The overall building is of Southeast Asian style. The white granite building on the third floor has a small area. It can not be visited. It can only take pictures in the distance.

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  • justinwang1987
    4.0

    Manila's Malakanan Palace is the presidential palace of the Philippines. Like European government agencies, there are many inscriptions, sculptures and statues. Only part of the public area is open and can't be photographed randomly. That is to say, we can experience the same different government model.

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  • liyanbuct
    5.0

    The Malakanan Palace is a pure Spanish palace. The museum inside displays the objects left by every Philippine president. Now Chu Di, the head of state and government of the Philippines, is magnificent and praiseful.

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  • laolizi66
    5.0

    The Malakanan Palace is a typical Spanish style. It has a Spanish style both in general and in detail. There are also portraits of the President. There are many people going there. It's also a place where you have to punch in.

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    Reviewed on 1476506077000
  • 望天树宝贝
    4.0

    Malacanang Palace is the palace of successive presidents, a Spanish-style building in the 18th century. Now it has become one of the most popular tourist attractions. There are all kinds of high-grade daily necessities, all kinds of clothes and shoes on display in the palace.

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  • 吴豆豆wjp
    5.0

    It's worth visiting. It's good and I like it here.

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    Reviewed on 1488163953000
  • _rr2****268
    4.0

    This Spanish-style Palace used to be the residence of the Governor of Spain, and later became the residence of the Governor of the United States. After independence, it continued to serve as the residence of the President of the Philippines. This Spanish-style Palace used to be the residence of the Governor of Spain, and later became the residence of the Governor of the United States. After independence, it continued to serve as the residence of the President of the Philippines.

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    Reviewed on 1475471148000
  • YangtzeRiver
    4.0

    This Spanish-style Palace used to be the residence of the Governor of Spain, and later became the residence of the Governor of the United States. After independence, it continued to serve as the residence of the President of the Philippines. Now only a small part is open. The most attractive thing in the past is the shoes Mrs. Marcos collected. It's nothing if she lost them.

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    Reviewed on 1438669406000
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