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Located in the official residence of the President of the Philippines in San Miguel, Manila. Amongst the tranquil and charming middle class residential area, the Presidential Museum and Library preserves and manages the history and heritage of the Philippine Presidency.  

 

  • Guided Half Day Tour

Important Reminders:

  • Tour 80/20 indoor/outdoor
  • Smart casual dress code. No shorts, sandals, slippers, sleeveless tops or ripped clothing. Improper attire will be turned away
  • Limited photography only
  • Official identification required. Bring a government I.D
  • No bags allowed inside the premises

Meet Up:

  • Gate 6 (Kalayaan Gate), Malacañang Palace
    Address:

Route:

  • J.P. Laurel Street, is a tree-lined street in the district of San Miguel in north-central Manila, Philippines. The street has had several different names throughout the years, including Calzada de San Miguel and Calzada de Malacañan, but by the 1870s, it was known as Calle Áviles.
  • Situated right across the Malacañang Palace, the official residence and workplace of the President of the Philippines, stand a charming and ancestral home-turned-restaurant called Casa Roces. Built in the 1930's, this establishment with homey ambiance was open to the public in 2011. This enchanting two-storey restaurant also houses an art-gallery on the second floor where the private function rooms are found. Revisit how Roces’ abode looked like, from the vintage chairs, memorabilia, and remnants. And their contribution to the Philippines newspaper industry.

Rebooking / Cancellation:

  • Any rebooking received 7 days or more prior to scheduled tour is allowed.
  • Failure to show on the scheduled tour will be treated as a No-Show; therefore, no refund will be given.
  • Cancellations received 10 working days or more prior to scheduled tour is allowed.

Additional Information:

  • Validity: June 1 to December 31, 2020
  • Rates for customized tours are available please send inquiries via info@gopinas.com
  • Confirmation of tours are still subject to availability at time of request.
  • GoPinas reserves the right to make adjustments on the tour schedule due to any fortuitous events.

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  • Malacañang Palace Museum
  • J.P. Laurel Street
  • Casa Roces

Located in the official residence of the President of the Philippines in San Miguel, Manila. Amongst the tranquil and charming middle class residential area, the Presidential Museum and Library preserves and manages the history and heritage of the Philippine Presidency.  

 

  • Guided Half Day Tour

Important Reminders:

  • Tour 80/20 indoor/outdoor
  • Smart casual dress code. No shorts, sandals, slippers, sleeveless tops or ripped clothing. Improper attire will be turned away
  • Limited photography only
  • Official identification required. Bring a government I.D
  • No bags allowed inside the premises

Meet Up:

  • Gate 6 (Kalayaan Gate), Malacañang Palace
    Address:

Route:

  • J.P. Laurel Street, is a tree-lined street in the district of San Miguel in north-central Manila, Philippines. The street has had several different names throughout the years, including Calzada de San Miguel and Calzada de Malacañan, but by the 1870s, it was known as Calle Áviles.
  • Situated right across the Malacañang Palace, the official residence and workplace of the President of the Philippines, stand a charming and ancestral home-turned-restaurant called Casa Roces. Built in the 1930's, this establishment with homey ambiance was open to the public in 2011. This enchanting two-storey restaurant also houses an art-gallery on the second floor where the private function rooms are found. Revisit how Roces’ abode looked like, from the vintage chairs, memorabilia, and remnants. And their contribution to the Philippines newspaper industry.

Rebooking / Cancellation:

  • Any rebooking received 7 days or more prior to scheduled tour is allowed.
  • Failure to show on the scheduled tour will be treated as a No-Show; therefore, no refund will be given.
  • Cancellations received 10 working days or more prior to scheduled tour is allowed.

Additional Information:

  • Validity: June 1 to December 31, 2020
  • Rates for customized tours are available please send inquiries via info@gopinas.com
  • Confirmation of tours are still subject to availability at time of request.
  • GoPinas reserves the right to make adjustments on the tour schedule due to any fortuitous events.

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