very interesting and well worth the trip,try not to go at the weekends as it can be very busy,watch out for the pickpockets
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Actually there's not much interesting about this place now. It somehow lost its original vibe. There's just too many establishments and people living around the area. I just feel that this is too populated nowadays that I can no longer feel its real essence. Well,...More
Suddenly there's retail shops inside. A lot of the place is not well kept. Lots of closed areas when they used to be open. Cannot enter barracks anymore. They should have just maintained the place and let it be instead of "upgrading" it. The Rizal...More
Doesn't take that long to walk through there isn't that much there really but it is interesting at least. Old ruined buildings basically with some historical value.
Sorry, but underwhelmed. Probably did not help that visited on a Monday morning when Rizal museum is closed, but so was also everything else - dungeon closed because of flooding, furniture workshop closed, old American barracks fenced off, large areas of grounds closed with building...More
Nice to visit when in Intramuros especially when you know the historical context. However, it's very what you see is what you get. Nothing too amazing.
We visited Fort Santiago at the end of our visit to Intramuros, we very nearly didn't go in as we were very tired after all the walking and the heat, thankfully we did though. There is a lot to see in Fort Santiago, there are...More