Located not far from Manila Bay this Park is best visited early morning or late afternoon to avoid the worse of the heat.A very pleasant park though the number of homeless apparently living there is a bit off putting.
About Rizal Park
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June 12, me and friends visited Luneta Park for we do celebrate Independence day by playing music with the dancing of the fountain with good lighting, people are happy witnessing a free for all show at almost midnight. It's just that security at the area...More
I was here last December for our reunion meeting spot, and i came back last Saturday with my wife and my dog to Jog and breathe some fresh air, no more beggars around and more security on the park. And it seems that there's a...More
its the place were you want to be alone .. walking, sigth seeing its a place you can relax.. .. its good to have picnic with your family too .
Nice park. Larger than I thought, nice place to walk around and relax. Near Intamuros so convenient to walk.
The last time I went here was probably 15 or so years ago. Honestly, this was never a place I would want to go to. The fountain light & sound show is a great addition. It's very well lit and looked very alive with not...More
Watch out for one side of the park as there are a number of Homeless people sleeping/living. On the other side it is clear. A beautiful monument, pond area and Japanese garden (free entrance).
This is the place where Jose` Rizal the freedom fighter of Philippines. A memrorial dedicated to Rizal. A beautiful park and fountain with this historic place. A must see place in Manila . Dont miss it
We ended up here unintentionally and it turned out to be a good time. We walked around the park. It was refreshing and a good place for people watching.
This is a beautiful park designed by Daniel Burnham at the turn of the century. You can spend time walking around, but even a quick 15 minute stop to visit the monuments is worthwhile.