Metro Manila

Metro Manila is the National Capital Region and the prime tourist destination in the Philippines. The metropolis is the Philippines' center of commerce, education, and entertainment.
Popular destinations: Manila, Makati and Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Manila is the capital of the Philippines and the center of governance, education, religion and finance.
Popular destinations: Intramuros, Ermita and Binondo
Makati City, simply known as Makati, lies in the heart of the vast Metropolis of Manila.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport, commonly called NAIA, is the airport serving Manila, the capital of the Philippines, and its surrounding metropolitan area.
Quezon City in Metro Manila is the largest city in the Philippines.
The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park and shrine located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines The site of the Quezon Memorial Circle was originally meant for the National Capitol to house the Congress of the Philippines.
Marikina City known as the shoe capital of the Philippines because of the booming industry of shoe factories in the city.
Pasay City is a city in Metro Manila. If you need to use public transportation try, it will show you the right type to your destination.
The City of Pasig is part of the greater group of cities that constitute Metro Manila.
Mandaluyong City is a city in Metro Manila, Philippines.
Parañaque City is in Metro Manila, in the Philippines.
Caloocan City is a city on the island of Luzon of the Philippines.
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