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This is a discussion on Manila tours within the Travel forums, part of the Fun MUG Stuff category; Hi, I'll be back in Manila and wanted to do the walking tours. I've always wanted to do carlos celdran's ...

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    Hi, I'll be back in Manila and wanted to do the walking tours. I've always wanted to do carlos celdran's tours and will probably do that but I heard that there are other tours now. I dont mind doing more than 1 manila tour as long as it's not going to be a regurgitation of the other. Thanks.

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    I highly recommend Carlos' walking tour of the CCP

    Never took Ivan Man Dy's Binondo walking tour, but heard it's another tour not to miss.

    Just google both names and both sites should be the first hits.

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    You can also try the Mabuhay Guides here
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    I have a couple of relatives visiting from the US (2 guys, Fil-Ams in their mid twenties). I'd like to show them a good time before they leave on Tuesday, something fun, or experience gastronomic delights. They've already been to Tagaytay, and I'm running out of ideas. Any suggestions?
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    ^OT: this is outside Manila, but how about an experience of a Philippine beach? Try to book them for an overnighter at Acuatico Beach Resort at Laiya, San Juan, Batangas...
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    ^OT again for Kenneth: I forgot the name, but there's a place near SCTEX wherein the developer bought old Spanish houses from somewhere else and reconstituted them into a Spanish village. I heard the entrance (with food) is pricey though...
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I forgot to mention they just came from Boracay too. I was thinking of something fun, like the ziplines at Tagaytay. All I can think of is laser tag at Greenhills.
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    You can also try sir downsouth Laguna, Pagsanjan falls and mount makiling

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    Quote Originally Posted by macdrive007 View Post
    ^OT again for Kenneth: I forgot the name, but there's a place near SCTEX wherein the developer bought old Spanish houses from somewhere else and reconstituted them into a Spanish village. I heard the entrance (with food) is pricey though...
    That would be Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Went there 2 weeks ago. It's a nice place but very hot! It's around 2 1/2 hours from Manila.
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