Famous Tourist Spots in Pasay
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Created by Pres. Ferdinand Marcos in 1966, the CCP was established to promote Filipino arts and culture. To this day, it is flocked by many tourists who want to bask in the Philippine’s rich cultural heritage. Some portions of CCP are located in Pasay while others are in Manila.
Philippine International Convention Center
Since its opening in 1976, many local film awards night, foreign conferences, international meetings, and fairs have been held in PICC. Its state-of-the-art facilities make it conducive for huge gatherings by important personalities, whether Filipinos or foreigners.
World Trade Center
The huge space provided by the World Trade Center – Metro Manila makes it an ideal location for conducting trade-related events.
Mall of Asia
Mall of Asia is one of the largest malls in the world and the biggest one in Asia when construction finished in 2006. Its location overlooks Manila Bay, which grants guests an awesome experience of viewing the famous breathtaking sunset.
The Coconut Palace is the official residence of the current Vice President of the Philippines. It was originally established by then First Lady Imelda Marcos as a place for Pope John Paul II to stay in during his visit in 1981. The Pope declined the flamboyant offer but the palace has since become a showcase of the versatility of the coconut fruit.
Star City is a theme park located near CCP. Some of the rides are in the air-conditioned indoor portion while the bigger rides such as roller coaster are located in the outer area
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