Quiapo Church is a 1933 replacement of an older structure destroyed by fire. One of Manila’s best-known landmarks, Quiapo is the home of...
Plaza Miranda has some history. This is where the common folk came to watch beauty contests, political rallies, and various events and...
The Golden Mosque was constructed in 1976 as something of a welcoming gift for the late Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, although his...
Mei Sum Tea House
Superb dim sum and noodle soups in one of the liveliest teahouses in the heart of Chinatown. Great dumplings!
432 A Bautista St · interesting places nearby
Bahay Nakpil-Bautista information
Built in 1914, this beautiful ancestral home is the former residence of Perona Nakpil, the widow of Andrés Bonifacio – the father of the Philippine Revolution – where she lived after his death. As well as an insight into the grandeur of pre-war Manila, the museum provides history of the Ilustrados and Katipunan – the anti-Spanish revolutionist movement. It's located in a crowded backstreet accessed across the main road from Quiapo Church.