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    METRO MANILA: Best of the Islands Philippines

    Pasay City Tourist Attractions

    Historical

    1. Sta. Clara Parish Church - the oldest church in Pasay.

    2. House of prominent people in the national government:

    a. Claro M. Recto - Libertad Street (maintained by Recto Foundation)

    b. Pres. Manuel L. Quezon - Roberts Street (maintained by Quezon Foundation)

    c. Lopez Home - houses the antiques of the family

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    3. The School for the Deaf and Blind

    4. Padre Burgos Elementary School

    5. City Hall

    Cultural

    1. Nayong Pilipino

    Nayong Pilipino is a theme park where one can breeze through an enticing country of 7,107 islands enlivened by the astonishing diversity of 111 linguistic, cultural and racial groups. Found in this 46 hectare parkland are replicas of six major regions in the archipelago. The Nayong Pilipino also features ethnological onjects at the Philippine Museum of Ethnology. Other attractions in the village are the Museum of Philippine and Intenational Dolls, the Nayong Pilipino

    Located at MIA Road near the old Manila International Airport and the Philippine
    Village Hotel, one can take any of the airport-bould buses from EDSA or passenger jeepney from the NAIA-bound jeepney terminal from Rizal Park, Taft Avenue, it is about 30-45 minutes by Tramo/Baclaran-bound jeepney.

    2. Philippine Museum of Ethnology

    One of Nayong Pilipino’s several museums, The Philippine Museum of Ethnology
    exhibits the different cultural attractions in the country. It showcases ethnological objects and artifacts which form part of the Philippines’ rich and diverse cultural heritage.

    Located at MIA Road near the old Manila International Airport and the Philippine Village Hotel, one can take any of the airport-bound buses from EDSA or passenger airport- bound buses from the NAIA-bound jeepney terminal at Airport Road nera Domestic Airport Terminal and get off near the entrance of Nayong Pilipino. Travel time is 15-20 minutes. To Airport Road jeepney terminal from Rizal Park, Taft Avenue, it is about 30-45 minutes by Tramo/Baclaran-bound jeepney.

    3. Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Built to symbolize the country’s national cultural development,, the CCP is an
    institution mandated by Philippine laws to preserve, promote and enhance the Filipino
    people’s cultural heritage. Built on reclaimed land in Manila Bay, the CCP was designed by leading Filipino architect Leandro Locsin. It houses a main theater, little theater and museum with ethnographic exhibits and a changing exhibit of Philippine art or ethnography.

    To go to the CCP Complex which is in Roxas Boulevard, take any of the orange-
    colored shuttle jeepneys stationed at Vito Cruz corner Taft Avenue (10-minute ride). From Rizal Park, the Cultural Center of the Philippines is about 15 to 20-minute jeepney-ride away.

    Telephone Nos. are 831-2137/831-1890/831-2201 to 16.

    4. Folk Arts Theater

    Not far from the Cultural Center of the Philippines stands the Folk Arts Theater. Still
    the work of Architect Leandro Locsin, the 10,000-capacity theater is used for popular
    performances which anticipate extensive audiences. It was inaugurated in July 1974 after a record construction of 77 days.

    To go to the CCP Complex which is in Roxas Boulevard Pasay, take any of the
    orange-colored shuttle jeepneys stationed at Vito Cruz corner Taft Avenue (10-minute ride); from Rizal Park, the Folk Arts Theater is about 15 to 20-minute-jeepney-ride away.

    Telephone No. is 832-1125.

    5. Coconut Palace

    Situated in the 21-hectare CCP Complex, the Coconut Palace showcases Filipino
    artistry in the use of coconut tree. Over 70% of the structure is made from different parts of the coconut tree. The Palace consists of seven suites with each unit depicting a different region in its use of materials indigenous to that region.

    To go to the Coconut Palace, take any of the orange shuttle jeepneys stationed at Vito Cruz corner Taft Avenue (10-minute ride). From Rizal Park, the Coconut Palace is about 15 to 20-minute-jeepney-ride away.

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