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Manila is a huge and bustling metropolis with a lot in store for those adventurous enough to venture in this megalopolis.
Intramuros is the medieval Spanish walled enclave and the oldest district of Manila, which served as the seat of the government from 1571 to 1898. It lies on the southern bank of the Pasig River and is full of historic buildings. The area is also known as the Ciudad Murada (Walled City), because of its almost 5 km (3 mi) long massive stone wall with fortifications which surrounds the district and can be visited via a walking tour.
The park is named after the Philippine national hero, Dr Joze Rizal, a renowned writer, philosopher and anti-colonialist.
The park encompasses 60 hectares of gardens, woods, and open spaces. It is a popular recreational and entertainment area with the locals. In the park you will find the Rizal monument, the place of his execution, the Chinese and the Japanese Gardens, the pool, a chess plaza and a skating rink.
Nearby you can find other points of interest such as the National Library and National Museum.
Feast of the Black Nazarene
Thousands of pilgrims come to Manila on January 9 from all over the country to join in the festivities. There is a big procession accompanying the black statue of Christ, called ‘The Black Nazarene’. Streets are filled with thousands of pilgrims joining in the procession, hoping to gain health, wealth and happiness for the next year. The revelries take place in and around the Quipo Church.