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  • A Great Condo and Wonderful Location

    "My one month stay at the Greenbelt condo was wonderful. The listing description and photos accurately describe and reflect the actual condo/apartment. Kathleen greeted me and showed me everything I needed to know about the condo. It was clean and well-maintained -- there was a small leak in the CR, but the building maintenance staff took care of it very quickly. The condo is very quiet. The building staff was very friendly, cooperative and helpful. The location of this condo is in a very safe area .. only a few minutes walk to the Greenbelt and Glorietta (a 60php cab ride) Malls where there are ample stores and restaurants and Rustans grocery store. There are some fast-food places close (KFC, Subway, Inasal, Starbucks, Barrio Fiesta) .. but they are closed on Sunday. There are plenty of mini-markets (7/11), banks and a church within short walking distance. There is convenient access to taxi-cabs - the building staff is more than co-operative is hailing a cab. The Wi-Fi and Internet cable worked flawlessly the entire time and I was able to do some of my normal work activities. There were really no "negatives" .. maybe one could comment on the views from the front and back windows - nothing very interesting from the 20th floor :-) A reminder for those considering .. the electric is NOT included in the base rental. My experience was about 2500 php per week - with 1 of the 2 aircon units running basically 24/7 because while I was there it was quite hot and humid. I would absolutely recommend this condo to friends/relatives . it is very comfortable for two people. Thanks Joan and Kathleen for a great place - I would definitely stay there again if the situation arises to be in Makati, Legaspi Village."
    Guest: David Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 29, 2014
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Manila Metro Travel Tips

Best Time to Visit Manila

Manila is located in the tropics, with the result that the weather is warm all year-round. The humidity levels are very high and the rainy season runs from May to December. It’s generally the wettest in August and September. In terms of weather, most people choose to visit Manila in the semi-dry season which runs from December to April. In general though, Manila can be visited year-round.

Getting to Manila Condos

Manila is the official capital city of the Philippines. The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is located eight kilometers from the city center. The airport has three terminals and receives mostly domestic and regional flights. If travelling from North America, you will have to route via one of the main hubs in the Far East such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur. There is an extensive rails system and light rail system in Manila which is the easiest way to get around this bustling city. There are taxis but the traffic congestion is so high in Manila that getting from place to place by road is very time consuming. For short distances, many of the locals use bicycles or pedalos which are bikes fitted with small engines.

Things to see Near Manila Lodging

Throughout the centuries, Manila has been occupied by various foreign nations. Its history is bloody and intricate with the result that the Philippino culture has had many international influences. The city sites are a collection of historical spots, monuments, museums and parks. Perhaps the most famous of the city sites is Rizal Park. It is named after Jose Rizal, a local hero who was executed by the Spanish for subversion. The 53-hectare park is one of the few public spaces in Manila and houses several historically important sites, including a monument to Jose Rizal, The National Museum of the Philippines, and The National Library of the Philippines.

For those with an interest in nature and horticulture, Rizal Park also has an orchidarium and a planetarium, The Manila Ocean Park and a Butterfly Pavilion which are all well worth visiting. There is also an open-air auditorium where cultural performances take place. The Children’s Museum and the Museum of Manila have interesting exhibits that are worth browsing.

In the city center is the Intramunos, a historic district with a rich collection of museums historic buildings and landmarks. Horse-drawn carriages still operate here, giving a sense of nostalgia.

When visiting the Intramunos, it’s a good idea to have a guide book with you to truly appreciate the area. The history and significance of the various sites is both detailed and interesting. Explore old forts with their ancient dungeons, visit magnificent churches and beautiful old colonial homes. The architecture showcases many different cultures. Spanish and European influence can be seen in the designs of many of the churches and old hotels in Manila.

Manila has a vibrant nightlife. The two popular tourist districts are Ermita and Malate. Here, you will find a wide range of restaurants, cafés, casinos, entertainment lounges, art galleries and an interesting collection of antique shops. In Binodo district is Chinatown where you can browse for bargains and crafts.

Vacation Rentals in Manila

Manila is bustling and vibrant city. To the visitor, it may appear that the city never sleeps. Many of the vacation apartments are conveniently located near the city’s main sights, making it easy to sightsee. To get around to the other districts and museums you can simply use the light rail public transportation system to get around. The Philippino people are friendly and welcoming. There is no better way to learn more about the local culture than to stay in a vacation apartment and interact with the locals as you go about your grocery shopping or sightseeing.

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