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Manila: Sightseeing and Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Manila: Sightseeing and Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Learn about Manila’s rich past and present through the local markets (including the world’s first Chinatown), the historical landmarks of Intramuros, and the local cuisine on the Manila City Tour. This journey offers a unique glimpse into the heart of Manila, showcasing its cultural heritage and culinary scene. Departing from Abraham Manila, you will first arrive at the Quinta Market. Explore the Quinta and Quiapo Markets, and enjoy local dishes and snacks on a tasting tour at the Binondo Market, the world’s first Chinatown. From Binondo, you will head to Intramuros, where you will ride the traditional bamboo bike to explore the home of many historical landmarks.

Manila and Mt. Pinatubo: 3-Day Package

Manila and Mt. Pinatubo: 3-Day Package

After checking in and enjoying an overnight at Abraham Manila, you’ll rise early the following day to Pasig River Ferry Station where we’ll make our way to Quiapo Market, the largest market in the Philippines buzzing with a variety of vendors selling all types of goods, fruits, vegetables and knick-knacks. Later that morning we’ll continue on a walking tour of Binondo Chinatown—one of, if not the first, Chinatowns in the world. This colorful, lively, and bustling market is an iconic stop on this three-day tour. You’ll also have the chance to hop on board a Jeepney (a popular mini-bus mode of transport in the Philippines) to Intramuros, a 16th-century ‘walled city’ via a local transportation. We’ll drive back to Manila to enjoy some downtime and then an early night to prepare for day three. Leaving bright and early at 3.30am, we’ll reach Pinatubo Capas by 5.30am and embark on an exhilarating 4x4 drive, reaching the base of the volcanic crater to start your scenic hike of around two hours. This renowned volcano lay dormant for 500 years until an eruption occurred in 1991 after a massive earthquake. After a recovery period, this site was rejuvenated into a stunning destination to visit. It now has lush green surroundings and a glistening lake along the route. You’ll enjoy a delicious lunch at the crater before hiking back down and traveling on to Aeta Village, an area that is home to some of the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines. From there, we will make our way back to Manila.

Quiapo Market, Manila: Our most recommended tours and activities

Manila: Sightseeing and Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Manila: Sightseeing and Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Learn about Manila’s rich past and present through the local markets (including the world’s first Chinatown), the historical landmarks of Intramuros, and the local cuisine on the Manila City Tour. This journey offers a unique glimpse into the heart of Manila, showcasing its cultural heritage and culinary scene. Departing from Abraham Manila, you will first arrive at the Quinta Market. Explore the Quinta and Quiapo Markets, and enjoy local dishes and snacks on a tasting tour at the Binondo Market, the world’s first Chinatown. From Binondo, you will head to Intramuros, where you will ride the traditional bamboo bike to explore the home of many historical landmarks.

Manila and Mt. Pinatubo: 3-Day Package

Manila and Mt. Pinatubo: 3-Day Package

After checking in and enjoying an overnight at Abraham Manila, you’ll rise early the following day to Pasig River Ferry Station where we’ll make our way to Quiapo Market, the largest market in the Philippines buzzing with a variety of vendors selling all types of goods, fruits, vegetables and knick-knacks. Later that morning we’ll continue on a walking tour of Binondo Chinatown—one of, if not the first, Chinatowns in the world. This colorful, lively, and bustling market is an iconic stop on this three-day tour. You’ll also have the chance to hop on board a Jeepney (a popular mini-bus mode of transport in the Philippines) to Intramuros, a 16th-century ‘walled city’ via a local transportation. We’ll drive back to Manila to enjoy some downtime and then an early night to prepare for day three. Leaving bright and early at 3.30am, we’ll reach Pinatubo Capas by 5.30am and embark on an exhilarating 4x4 drive, reaching the base of the volcanic crater to start your scenic hike of around two hours. This renowned volcano lay dormant for 500 years until an eruption occurred in 1991 after a massive earthquake. After a recovery period, this site was rejuvenated into a stunning destination to visit. It now has lush green surroundings and a glistening lake along the route. You’ll enjoy a delicious lunch at the crater before hiking back down and traveling on to Aeta Village, an area that is home to some of the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines. From there, we will make our way back to Manila.

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