Flights To Nanchang
Manila, which is the capital city of Philippines, is positioned on the island of Luzon. It is a bayside city that blends the colonial architecture of Spain with contemporary skyscrapers and a colonial-era walled city, known as Intramuros. The city is an abode to the elaborate sixteenth-century Fort Santiago, a storied fortress and an earlier military jail, as well as to the renowned San Agustin Church.
Manila features the same tropical climate of Philippines, meaning tourists cannot stay in the city for a longer period, as the climate will be extremely hot and humid throughout the year. While May is the hottest month in the city, January is the coldest month. February is the driest month and the city will experience more rain during the month of August. The best time to take a ticket to Manila is from December to the following month, January, as tourists will experience fine weather with enjoyable standard temperatures.
The Fort Santiago is the leading tourist appeal of Intramuros, which protects the entrance of the Pasig River. Tourists visiting the spot can find beautiful gardens, fountains, and plazas, which lead them to a domed gate and an attractive lily pool. Inside the fort, tourists can visit the Rizal Shrine museum, where Dr. José Rizal, the national hero of Philippines was imprisoned in 1896 for execution.
The San Agustin Church is the oldest cathedral in the city, which was constructed in 1587. The strangeness of the church is that it did not become a victim of the Second World War when the entire Intramuros wall city was destructed. Sightseers booking a flight to Manila and visiting the church will be amazed to see its massive front elevation that obscures an elaborate interior of the cathedral.
The Pinto Art Museum is a worth seeing as well as an ideal tourist spot for those who want to flee from the city madness. Visitors can enjoy witnessing the displays of some of the top modern artists of Philippines. The museum consists of six imposing galleries, as well as a local arts division, where they can have a genuine Kalinga tattoo. Visitors can have a relaxed time seeing the wonderfully landscaped areas.
The Chinese Cemetery is a place, where the wealthy people of China are buried with contemporary convenience. The graveyard is entirely different from the standard cemeteries, as it offers a look of a small town. Visitors will be amazed and feel the look a residential town. Tourists can see some mausoleums with gemstone chandeliers, air-condition, hot as well as cold flowing water.
The Ayala Museum is a shiny museum that consists of four floors, where visitors can see beautifully displays, demonstrating the history, art, and culture of Philippines. Tourists booking a flight can find a huge collection of beautiful native cloth collection on the fourth floor of the museum. They can also witness a few exquisite sections of gold jewelry that belong to the pre–Hispanic era.
The Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas is a renowned organ, which is considered the cultural treasure of Philippines. It is also the oldest organ, which was constructed in the Las Pinas St Joseph Parish Church between 1816 and 1824.Sightseers visiting the spot can take pleasure in witnessing a short organ performance and they can visit a small museum in the spot, as well.