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A great (free) way to see Tokyo’s breathtaking city view 💖
My personal tips:
1. Come at odd hours.
Since this has free admission, most tourists are willing to line up to see the great view. So make sure to plan your day ahead to hit those odd hours with fewer people in queue. They also only let a certain number of people in the observatory to avoid crowdedness and of course, to get those good pictures! 😉
2. If willing to wait (I waited around 45 mins to an hour), come by around 5pm so you can see both sceneries in day and night! Extra plus — you can catch the amazing sunset too 😍
3. Bring some money!
The admission may be free, but there are some souvenir shops and a cafe located upstairs with cute little trinkets and items. I was able to buy my kid a really cool toy that I didn’t see anywhere else in Tokyo!
Once the utmost seat of power to Spanish-run Manila, this “palace” housed the Governor-General before sovereign power made its way up the river to Malacañang Palace.
Currently, it houses the Intramuros Administration and the Commission on Elections. The Intramuros Administration manages the walled city, its restoration, cultural programs, and future projects. While the Commission on Elections, carries the weight of suffrage in the Philippines.
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