Casa Manila is an amazing museum that takes you back to the Spanish Colonial era. You will learn how the Spaniards lived during these times and even see their homes. The museum will show you true architecture from back in these days that is real.
This is an amazing day trip and very educational for anyone who wants to learn the history of Manila. The architecture and the housing are exactly as people lived in the Philippines in those days. The reconstruction of the lifestyle and the rich culture of the Filipinos are amazing. If you are looking for a museum in Manila, you might want to add this one to your list.
The Metropolitan Museum of art in Manila is a wonderful place to stroll and enjoy the beautiful paintings, pottery, gold, and the different galleries. There are plenty of galleries to walk through. You cannot touch anything. You also cannot take photos of the paintings because the flashes can damage the pictures.
The museum is open Mondays thru Saturdays, closed on Sundays and holidays. The gold and the pottery galleries are closed on the first Monday of each month. This is a great trip for the family or to bring a class to teach about art. The Museum is located at Bangko Sentral in the Pilipinas Complex.
The Enterprise Center in Manila is an amazing site of architecture and entirely dominates the skyline. This is a new center of two buildings and not the world’s tallest building but a majestic symbol of Manila in the corporate world and new millennium.
Two towers rest on top of five levels of a podium. The five level podium houses restaurants, banks, shopping, and a massive grand lobby. Even the hallways inside of the building are impressive.
The towers are not the same in height and the symmetry fits perfect when looking at the buildings from a distance. Microsoft is headquartered in the Enterprise Center, along with many other big corporations.