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Malacañang Palace (officially "Malacañan Palace"; Filipino: Palasyo ng Malakanyang; Spanish: Palacio de Malacañán) is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines. It is located in old Manila district of  San Miguel, and is commonly associated with Mendiola Street. The term "Malacañang" is often used as a metonym for the president and his advisers. The sprawling Malacañang Palace complex includes numerous mansions and office buildings designed and built largely in bahay na bato and neoclassical style.
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Visiting the Malacañan Museum is an amazing experience where one can take a glimpse of how the Philippine government was established and at the same time see memmorabilias from the past and current administration. This is a must visit place for educational trips where students can learn so much about the people who served and is serving as the head of the country.
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It's a good experience. This should be part of every field trip of the students. A lot of history in here.
Had our school educational trip here, as one of our first stop. Its really educational if you love history. Lots of memorabilia from past and present Philippine Presidents.
It is a great experience, the tour is guided and you will have a first hand experience of being in different "era" of philippine politics
I remember our educational trip here when I was in grade school. I enjoyed it a lot. Malacanang is good inside. I can also remember the "manongs" selling bird puppets outside. Very nice to recall.
The tour guide was friendly and accommodating. A great storyteller also..
It was nice to relive History together with my children. The tour guide was friendly. Her trivias were exciting. Every room/office at the palace were well maintained. Hope we could still comeback.
First of all if you want to go to the museum you have to schedule an appointment first at the gate. So, I learned new things that I didn't know about the place which they don't write in historical books. It just takes you back in time with the items that the Philippine presidents used throughout the course of history from their campaigns, decorations, and much more. There is the sense of awe to think that you're standing at the same spot where the presidents held their meetings, conferences. I think it is a nice place to learn some part of the philippine history by knowing some facts of the men and women that lead the nation
If you love Philippine History, this is a pLaCe for You! Hindi ka ma~boboring, kc ang gagaling at trivial un mga cnsaBe ng curator. Just foLLow their Rules: nO shorts, sleEveLesS, avoid nOise, and doNt take pictUres unLesS they say so.. Ang gwapo ng curator na taga Magsaysay! ALm nya talga by heart ung history na cnsbe nya!! 😊❤
Wonderful experience. Never thought about many things about the lives of our Presidents... It made me smile throughout the tour... The visit is worth the time and effort. Mga kababayan be there... I suggest. Mabuhay ang Pilipino!
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Great history on the Philippines. Having a great guide helped tonnes too!
Very informative. It is a big NO NO though to take any photos outside or in the gate of the museum. They will allow you inside the museum to take all the photos you want but without flash. Their historians are very well versed and they also have a souvenir shop that has all the items related to Malacañang. I'll be back!
This museum is open for public. Anyone can download form via Malacañg Museum website. Fill it up and send through email. Or drop by at Malacañang gate and ask the PSG personnel about the process. They are very much willing to guide you.
The tour guide knows his stuff and he was entertaining he got lots of trivias that perks your interest