Araneta Coliseum - Philippines’ “The Big Dome” and is considered as one of the largest coliseums in Asia. It is the home of Philippines’ largest basketball leagues naming National Collegiate Athletic Association, the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, and the Philippine Basketball Association
Quiapo Church - Located in the district of Quiapo, Manila, it is considered as Roman Catholic’s one of the prominent churches because of the miraculous Black Nazarene, a dark statue of Jesus Christ.
Malacanang Palace - Built in 1750 during the Spanish colonization. It has become the residence of every Philippine leader and now also become the principal workplace of the Presidents of the Philippines.
University Belt - Refers to the area where there is a high concentration or a cluster of colleges and universities in the city. Each of the colleges and universities found here are at a short walking distance each other.
Intramuros - the oldest district and historic core of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Known as the Walled City, the original fortified city of Manila was the seat of the Spanish government during the Spanish colonial period. The walled part of Manila was called intramuros, which is Latin for "within the walls"; districts beyond the walls were referred as the extramuros of Manila, meaning "outside the walls
Rizal Park - also known as Luneta Park or colloquially Luneta, is a historical urban park located in the heart of the city of Manila, Philippines, adjacent to the old walled city of Manila, now Intramuros. Since the Spanish Colonial Era, the park has been a favorite spot for unwinding, socializing, an urban oasis for family picnics on Sundays and holidays. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Manila.