Cubao District Walking Tour in Manila, Manila

The Cubao District is a wealthy part of the city, rich in mega-markets and large cultural buildings. This is the district that hosts some of the largest department stores chains. Araneta Center is a place worth seeing - both as an interesting building and as a cultural spot. The buildings are beautiful, and there are a few large parks as well. This tour will give you the opportunity to see life in Manila the way it really is - natural and free.
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Cubao District Walking Tour in Manila Map

Guide Name: Cubao District Walking Tour in Manila
Guide Location: Philippines » Manila (See other walking tours in Manila)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.4 km
Author: nicole
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Stella Maris College

1) Stella Maris College

Stella Maris College is a private, Catholic, learning institution run by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. Located in Cubao, Quezon City, it was established in 1955, and it was once a school for girls. Now, this college accepts boys in its grade school and high school departments. Founded by the American Catholic missionary nuns, Stella Maris College is known for academic excellence. The grade school and high school departments provide training in mathematics, English, social sciences, and...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Araneta Center-Cubao LRT Station

2) Araneta Center-Cubao LRT Station

The station is the eighth station for trains headed to Santolan, and the fourth station for trains headed to Recto. The most recognizable landmark that the station is located near is Araneta Center, home to popular shopping malls such as Ali Mall and Gateway Mall. Araneta Center-Cubao LRT Station, usually called Cubao LRT Station, is a station on the Manila LRT Purple Line (MRT-2). The station is located in Cubao in Quezon City, and is named because of its location in the district of the same...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Araneta Coliseum

3) Araneta Coliseum

Constructed between 1957 and 1959, the Araneta Coliseum is one of the largest clear span domes in the world. Built by J.Amado Araneta, the Coliseum is located in the Araneta Center in the Cubao region of Quezon City. With a floor area of 23,000 square meters and a dome with a diameter of 108 meters, it is arguably the largest indoor facility in Asia.

The Araneta Coliseum can easily be called as ‘Home of Philippine Basketball’. In addition to hosting the leagues of the Philippine...   view more
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Farmers Market

4) Farmers Market

The Farmers Market is the place where one can find the best bargain when it comes to farm produce. However, over the years, the farmers are not the only vendors in this market. Various middlemen and businessmen sell agricultural produce here. Nevertheless, the Farmers Market is the destination if you are looking for good produce at competitive prices. Located in Cubao, the Farmers Market is located right next to the Cubao MRT station. It is well connected by all means of public transport and...   view more
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SM Cubao

5) SM Cubao

SM Supermalls, owned by SM Prime Holdings Inc., is the largest chain of shopping malls in the Philippines. SM Prime Holdings has 36 malls across the country and four branches in China. The company that operates the malls was started by Henry Sy Sr. in the 1950s. Shoemart, as SM was then known, started as a chain of shoe stores with the first branch opening on Avenida Rizal, in Manila, in October 1958. By the 1970s, Shoemart became a full-line department store with branches in the Makati...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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The Araneta Mansion

6) The Araneta Mansion

This is a beautiful building, parts of which look like a French palace, with an extraordinary garden. White marble and white stone facade and walls, and a green, round roof make it all look like a grandiose shrine created by artists' hands. Columns are in Baroque style, with very nicely decorated capitals sustaining the roof. People in Manila love this place and it's usually...   view more

Walking Tours in Manila, Philippines

Create Your Own Walk in Manila

Create Your Own Walk in Manila

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Places of Worship in Manila, Part I

Places of Worship in Manila, Part I

Manila is a wonderful city. Part of its beauty consists of many glorious buildings. Religious buildings in Manila have a special way of attracting many visitors. Unique architecture, a delicate mixture of styles and exclusive interiors make these edifices shine in the sun and create an extremely attractive venue. Take this tour to see and admire some of the most stunning places of worship in Manila.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.9 km
San Antonio Area Nightlife Walking Tour in Manila

San Antonio Area Nightlife Walking Tour in Manila

After Makati, San Antonio is the wildest region in Manila. By wild, we mean a great spot to dance, sing karaoke and drink cocktails. Does that sound enticing? Then come along and visit the best nightclubs and lounges in San Antonio. No dress-code, any age welcome, and supporting a variety of tastes - the only criteria is a good mood and the will to party.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.1 km
Architecture Walking Tour in Manila, Part 2

Architecture Walking Tour in Manila, Part 2

Manila contains a vast range of interesting landmarks, palaces and many interesting buildings with an important history and unique design. Take the following tour to see the most outstanding landmarks in Manila!

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.8 km
Museums in Manila, Self-Guided Tour

Museums in Manila, Self-Guided Tour

Every country has its own history, habits and special things. As Manila is the capital of the Philippines - it is most beneficial to visit these museum first. In order to meet the locals, the Philippine way of life - we made this guide to include museums that best describe the history, traditions and habits of the local people. Beautiful buildings hide secrets of the past - and you are welcome to discover the knowledge and the beauties they contain.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.9 km
Traditional Markets Tour in Manila

Traditional Markets Tour in Manila

Traditional markets in any country have their own specific kind of life. The Philippines is a wonderful country which offers many unusual things to visitors. Manila markets offer a glance into the true life and habits of the people. Only here can you find authentic products, the real Filipino people and hear the real language. Manila markets sell unique things, things that no shop can provide.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.5 km
Architecture Walking Tour in Manila, Part 1

Architecture Walking Tour in Manila, Part 1

Manila contains a vast range of interesting landmarks, palaces and many interesting buildings with an important history and unique design. Take the following tour to see the most outstanding landmarks in Manila!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 km

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