The first place you should visit is Intramuros. In Spanish it means "within the walls" and it is the oldest district of Manila, which also served as the seat of the Spanish government. during the Spanish colonial period. In 1980 it was reconstructed and nowadays you can still find there some of the old Spanish buildings such as the churches: San Ignacio and San Agustin. Also, taking a stroll down Manila Bay, one of the most beautiful natural harbors of Southeastern Asia, is definitely worth the time. In the center of the city, you will find an aquarium named Manila Ocean, which hosts a wide variety of aquatic life, and the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, for those that appreciate modern and contemporary art. Other museums include: Casa Manila, Museum Pambata, National Museum and Ayala Museum. Finally, be sure to check out Star City, a 35.000 m² amusement park, which features a variety of attractions for both kids and adults and is guaranteed to thrill you!