Why Visit Manila?

Ancient buildings, diverse religions and fragrant foods are just some of the things you can expect to find in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The city is home to significant iconic landmarks and is rich in history, as well as providing shopping and traditional dining experiences. You can expect to find pleasant and warm weather here, with the annual temperature averaging 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.

If you are looking for adventure and excitement, the Feast of the Black Nazarene is a huge annual event held every January. Each year, it attracts millions of followers who barefoot, carry a dark colored wooden, life sized model of Jesus Christ through the streets, in imitation of Jesus on his way to Mount Calvary. It is a busy and hectic celebration so there is nothing like finding a peaceful and traditional restaurant to relax and have dinner in afterwards, or go back to your hotel room to play PartyCasino.it on your laptop and read some tourist book guides.

The cuisine in Manila contrasts massively to its neighbors who pride themselves on spicy foods. Manila has had influences from China and Asia, making it more fragrant and tasty. Some common ingredients used in Filipino cooking include rice, coconuts, milkfish, mangoes and bananas. Elaborate dishes can sometimes include Lechon, (a roasted suckling pig), which is also popular in other countries such as Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. For those with a sweet tooth, Halo-Halo is a dessert that’s a combination of fruits, shaved ice, evaporated milk, boiled sweet beans, and is sprinkled with sugar, before being beautifully served in a tall glass.



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