Even though Chinatown might be outclassed by tourism giants such as New Orleans and Tokyo, you'll find this Luzon destination shines a unique light all its own.

Packages in Chinatown

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From Chinatown, it is 0.4 miles south to the popular city of Manila.

Sports enthusiasts should head out to see the Phillipine Basketball Association take on their opponents. Cuneta Astrodome is in Pasay, 4 miles south of Chinatown. The Phillipine Basketball Association are hard to ignore, since their team colors of red, blue and yellow are on display all around the arena.

For something different, go and see Newport Mall and Department of Foreign Affairs, located in Pasay, about 5 miles away from Chinatown. Cubao, another good option, is located 6 miles away from Chinatown. Have a look around town and stop by the Kia Theater and Farmer's Plaza.

Around 6 miles to the northeast of Chinatown is Quezon City, a regional hotspot where travelers can find the Ateneo de Manila University, the St. Luke's Medical Center and TriNoma. SM North EDSA and Immaculate Conception Cathedral are just a few more choices that await you here.

Head outside and make the most of the local adventure options. Try your hand at rock climbing or mountain climbing.

Tapping into the local insight of a place is a highly rewarding way to enrich your travel experience. So, reserve a place on one of the popular activities that are available in this region, including guided nature walks and city walking tours.

If the sun is shining bright, head down to the water for a morning of swimming or snorkeling.

Sometimes, an area's cultural heritage can be discovered in the flavors and aromas of its kitchens.

Guava and mango are some well-known ingredients in this region.

Sinigang (hot and sour soup) and pinakbet (vegetables in fish sauce) are two local specialties for you to try.

You can't take off from here without tasting bibingka (coconut cake).

The leading bars in this region almost always offer San Miguel Premium All-Malt Beer, so be sure to sample it if you love a good beer.

If alcohol's not for you, sago't gulaman (sago drink) is a local beverage you will love.

If you want to connect with the locals, experience the flavor of gin, a popular alcoholic drink.

The nearest airport, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, is 7 miles to the south of Chinatown.

Accommodation in Chinatown

It is strongly recommended that you secure a hotel or apartment as soon as your dates are confirmed, since Expedia's Chinatown hotels guide currently doesn't contain a wide range of accommodation.

Chinatown accommodation options include the Ramada Manila Central and Dela Chambre Hotel.

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