Plaza Rajah Sulayman, also known as Rajah Sulayman Park, is a public square in Malate, Manila. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard to the west, San Andrés Street to the south and Remedios Street to the north. The plaza is considered the center of Malate as it fronts the Malate Church, the main church of the district.
|Monday||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday||Open 24 hours|
|Thursday||Open 24 hours|
|Friday||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday||Open 24 hours|
It's really nice and at night they have lights. Just be aware of your pockets and watch the roads when you cross.
Small park in a good location but smell piss.
Sun Ashone tree coverings... Hidden Hot Summer's Beaches !!!
a park only in name. smell piss everywhere. some parts are dark where informal settlers sleep.
Best place to spend Christmas with the homeless and street children of Manila
I liked watching the fountain. It's just a small area though. The space also has a monument of Rajah Sulayman.
This is a monument to a very important historical figure about whom every Filipino should know. Rajah Sulayman was the leader of Maynila, a rajahnate state that had already been in existence long before the Spanish colonizers arrived in the islands. Most Filipinos are little aware of our nation's history prior to the colonial period. Many school history books make it sound like there was nothing here prior to the Spaniards' arrival. In fact the islands were home to numerous thriving civilizations with their own language, political system, judicial system, and who engaged in commerce. I am so glad that this monument stands directly in front of Malate Church...
Nice place to walk on a cool night with dansing fountains
Rajah Sulaiman, a Muslim chief .... Proof that before Spanish colonization of this land, Muslims ruled the land.
It seems like a nice place to hang out, I just got there during a stormy day... The wind was strong but refreshing. The place was clean but it could be because no one was there to litter the streets...
Popular place among tourist and local residents where you can find your favorite Restaurants around the area. Crowds gather here in the late afternoon for the sunset and light display on the fountain. In front of it is Manila Baywalk right across Roxas blvd.
Very accessible place Near church and well known food restaurants Perfect for photo sessions Facing the Manila Bay Downside no public rest room Limited parking