Pasay Sights and Landmarks Guide, Philippines
Who says that in Pasay City there are mere high storey buildings full of busy people and moving vehicles? Try and enjoy the rustic tranquility of some places in Pasay City that have caught the attention of many people, both local and foreign individuals.
Far from the hustle and bustle of the busy streets and city life, lays the Nayong Pilipino, or the so-called Philippine Cultural Village. This is a thirty-five hectare sanctuary of rustic serenity that helps people relax and feel at ease amid the city’s busy life. You will see lots of families and children in Nayong Pilipino especially during weekends and Sundays. Work and no recreation can be disastrous, not only to yourself, but also to relationships.
The Nayong Pilipino is no more than just a simple park, it’s the Philippines in a nutshell. You’ll surely have your day’s fill with the ingenuity of the workers who built this small paradise inside a busy City.
A few of the places you’ll see inside the Nayong Pilipino are the wide lagoon, six regions represented by landmarks and landscapes, the Mountain Province is its main attraction. Ilocos Sur ‘s capital is Vigan, which represents the Northern Province. There’s the Vigan house too. You’ll see the perfect cone of Mayon Volcano and the ruins of Cagsawa Church to symbolize the Bicol area. There’s the plaza suggestive of old pueblos. The Visayas region features old Spanish houses with a paseo while the Muslim region is represented by a Maranao Mosque and Tausug stilt house. There’s the Chocolate Hills and a boat ride too!
There are still a lot of sights to see in Pasay City. The buildings became as attractions themselves. The structures perfectly blend with its surroundings. Seeing these sights, you’ll find shelter, comfort and convenience.
There are also a lot of open-air performances and concerts in the city. For those who want anything but noise and many people, one can enjoy the solitude of a corner in Roxas Boulevard.
Roxas Boulevard offers a good sight-seeing for people who want to see the Manila Bay. In fact, you can get there for a cheap fee. You’ll find trees and the park will charm you to stay and sit for a while to rest. Early risers get to jog here, and at sunset, you’ll get the best seat and get to watch the famous Manila Bay sunset.
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