The National Capital Region is also the metropolitan Manila area. It stretches from Manila Bay to Laguna de Bay and the Sierra Madre foothills. The region is home to the Nayong Pilipino with its 46-hectare park and the Parks and Wildlife Center. If you arrive in this section of the Philippines, there are a number of cities to go to, including Caloocan, Passay City and Quezon City. You should also try to visit Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.
Manila tourism boasts many different types of opportunities. There are old stonewalls, parks for long walks and cultural centers. Major Manila attractions include Fort Santiago with its stonewall and in the old prison, the Rizal Museum. On the old barracks site, you will find the Rajah Sulyaman Theater. Other Manila sights are the modern Cathedral, a Romanesque structure and San Augustin Church with its Baroque pulpit. There are also the gate of Puerta Real, the Chinese Cemetery and the Monastery Museum. For a flash of Manila culture, go to the Museum of Philipine Art or the Cultural Center Complex. If you need other things to do in Manila, consider shopping in Manila or strolling through the “Luneta” or little Moon Park. Look in EasyToBook.com for hotels and be sure to register for more than a weekend in Manila.