By Charina Clarisse Echaluce
The entrance to Fort Santiago and other vacationer attraction in Intramuros, Manila can be free of charge once more, because the Department of Tourism (DOT) makes the so-called Walled City an “open house” anew.
“The subsequent ‘Intramuros Open House’ will likely be on October 14 to 15. There will likely be free admission to Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and Casa Manila Museum,” the DOT introduced on the “Facebook event” that it created for the event.
Aside from making essentially the most visited locations in Intramuros open to the public for free, the tourism division would additionally lead a variety of actions to make the weekend extra gratifying to the public.
“There will also be a host of activities such as free bike tours, an outdoor concert, food exhibits and a whole lot more!” the company famous.
From September 23 to 24, the Intramuros was opened to the public, making the doorway to Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and Casa Manila free.
Held throughout the mentioned weekend had been actions that included free Botanical Walk on the Baluarte de San Diego, bicycle tour on the Plaza Roma, picnic and reside performances, and meals and artwork market.
Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon Teo mentioned making the Intramuros an open home goals to revive the Walled City. She mentioned they need to make the world a spot that has a “wow factor” to guests.
“The purpose for doing this is to revive Intramuros. During the time of Senator [Richard] Gordon [when he was still the tourism chief], maganda ang Intramuros. Gusto namin mapa-‘wow’ kayo (The purpose of this is to revive Intramuros. During the time of Senator Gordon as the tourism chief, Intramuros was really a beautiful place. We want you to say ‘wow’ because of this place),” Teo acknowledged.
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