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Why is this an attraction? I cannot comprehend. The water is DIRTY and it SMELLS! It looks like it's not being maintained and there is little effort into maintaining it's cleanliness. Just walk along if you do happen to pass by.
The Pasig river has already been used as a mode of transportation. It can bring you faster than using the road.
Still it has to be attended to and maintain a water lily free water passage. This can add clogging and free flowing of the...More
This is an unattractive river .and passes by nearby attractions, Fort Santiago, China town and Presidential palace. There are road on some sections where you could walk along. But it is not that pleasant.
Even when looking from Fort Santiago to the bridge does afford...More
I think this river runs all the way to the road leading to china town and if this is the same river infront of Intromuros then it's a total mess and stinks too.
At intromuros it is not as bad as lower down the street...More
This review is quite late. I grew up in the City of Manila were the Pasig River is part of our day to day life. From Pandacan we cross the Pasig River to Punta in Sta. Ana aboard a small boat. It is a dying...More
If you want to see a slightly different side of Manila, slightly smellier, slightly more dysfunctional (yes it is possible) I highly recommend, catching the Pasig River Ferry run by the MMDA - tickets from Plaza de Mexico, Intramuros -> Guadeluope, Makati, cost 40 pesos,...More
In March 2016, we took the pasig river ferry from Lawton to Hulo then walk a distance to Makati district and back. It was alternative way to view metro Manila skycrapers i.e from the river. We passed city landmarks such as Intramuros, Golden mosque in...More
Our family (three kids) took the local transportation agencys MRT regular ferry from Intramuros to Guadalupe (north from Makati). The river itself is thilthy and stinks, but you get to see the sad side of a megapolis. People living by the river in true poverty...More