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Philippine Military Academy

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Philippine Military Academy

272 Reviews
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Zairamay Navales wrote a review Feb 2021
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This is a place where you can find and learn new things. The things that I mostly admire about this place is that, it has a deep background story which makes the place quite mysterious and curious. Stories that show how incredible our history is, the sacrifices that the soldiers done and how they survived such painful days. Whenever I go to this place I always see soldiers that are training and it makes my heart warm, because those soldier train hard for our country's safety.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Cyril Grace R wrote a review May 2020
General Trias, Philippines67 contributions45 helpful votes
we saw military tanks around the place. You can ride and take photos. Very peaceful place and guarded by military.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Ronaldo Naman wrote a review Feb 2020
Calasiao, Philippines231 contributions16 helpful votes
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This place is good for a family visit. You can see a lot of attractions, observed how the cadet team trained and many more! Strolling within this vicinity is so majestic while enjoying the cool breeze of air!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Andy F wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, Alabama27 contributions1 helpful vote
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I came in September, rainy season, and it sure rained a lot, but i saw what i wanted to see and i enjoyed my visit despite the rainy conditions, napakaulan sa Baguio! I saw two military gardens, 1 with Planes, Helicopter, and the one i wanted to see had various heavy artillary, troop carriers, armoured cars, and tanks, including a Sherman tank which i found really cool. The 2 gardens are around a 10 -15 walk apart so be prepared, and around half way thereare places that sell food, souvenir shops, and a bathroom (CR). Be careful if buying clothes in the Philippines their sizes ARE different than Europe or USA. I heard that they are only open now on weekends, and also that Foreiners are not now allowed!??? So I would check on that before travelling. I think it was around 20 mins by taxi from the SM area of Baguio City.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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johnphillips229 wrote a review Jan 2020
Santo Tomas, Philippines3 contributions1 helpful vote
PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS WHO WANT TO VISIT Pilippines Military Academy. FOREIGNERS ARE NO NO LONGER ALLOWED ENTRY TO PMA! Today Jan. 5th 2020, My Flipino wife and her family and I were turned away at the entrance today because I am a foreigner. Can you believe that !? We have been visiting PMA numerous times over the last 4 years. What has changed? We were driving a brand new toyota and dressed in our best clothes. Turned away when the guard saw my face. He said Foreigner's are now considered a security risk!!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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