The Plaza Rajah Sulayman is a wonderful plaza to stroll in the evening to enjoy the lights and the beautiful sculpture. The Plaza Rajah Sulayman was a native Muslim king of Manila, known as the last native. He was a chieftain who played a significant part of the Spanish conquest of the Manila kingdom.
This sculpture is of Rajah Sulayman with a shield fighting for the freedom. You can take photos at the sculpture and it is very nice. There are palm trees all around and it makes for a great shot at night with the way the lights in the buildings accent the area.
San Sebastian Church is one of the many catholic churches located in Manila. The San Sebastian Church is also known as the Basilica Minore de San Sebastian. This Roman Catholic Church is well known for the gothic architectural features.
It is also known to be prefabricated steel, which is the only architecture existing like this in the world for a church. The San Sebastian church is an amazing site to see from street view and inside. It is a historical landmark and a must see. The same architect that designed the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty designed this church.