⭐ Hidden Gems of MANILA with VENUS ⭐ Staying in Manila for a day or two? LAYOVER travelers? Do you want to enjoy and see the real MANILA during your stay? Don't know what to do, or where to go? This is the best EXPERIENCE for you! Day time tour schedules start around 8:00 am and finish around 10:00 am. But to provide you with an experience you'll never forget, times can be altered to fit your needs. We will meet you at Sta. Cruz Church, a beacon of the Catholic Church having been built in 1619 but still going strong, from there: 1. Experience our unique local transportation the Jeepney 2. Shop like the locals at a typical Filipino open wet market. 3. Explore the oldest apartments in town and places where people live off the beaten path in conditions that often involve bathing and eating in the open. 4. See and feel the local life experienced by Filipino people in the back alleys and side streets away from the bright lights and cars. 5. You will be able to try our local coffee and food as eaten by Filipinos. Inclusions: - English speaking tour guide, that's me, Venus. - Photography After all this, I will assist you to find the best and safest way back to your hotel. Reminder: Times are flexible depending upon the size and composition of the group or sole participants.
Welcome to my page my name is Venus, a wannabe YouTuber star. Born and raised in the Philippines. I travel the provinces of the Philippines and love making videos of places where I've been. As a traveler, I want to explore and learn the history of our majestic provinces, taste the sensational food and share it all with you. I will start the tour as your local host and finish it as your friend. I'm hosting 7 AIRBNB experiences if your preferred date is not available please message me. Follow me: Like my Page: FlameExplorerTV Instagram: @manilaexperience @flameexplorer YouTube: FlameexplorerTV
We are visiting Manila's 1. Local wet market 2. Local life through the alleys 3. Shopping district 4. Local coffee or food eateries
This is a walking tour and we may also try some food for the poor. You should expect a cultural tour rather than a tour bringing you to see tourist spots.