Experience Manila for a day and discover its hidden charm beneath the chaos in this tour. Rise bright and early so you don't get stuck in traffic on your way to the meet up with your English speaking guide at Rizal Park. The first to cross off your list, Rizal Park (also known as Luneta Park) is an urban park along Roxas Boulevard and is pretty close to its neighboring block of Intramuros, a historic centre and one of Manila's oldest districts. You'll find here the statue of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines. Enjoy bird watching at the micro parks within the vicinity. A few more strolls into the restored park is the Planetarium, where you can watch featured shows on a digital projector. After that first round of culture, delight in Manila's hearty servings of authentic Filipino food at The Aristocrat Restaurant and Dampa. Aristocrat is known for their best-selling Filipino-style chicken barbecue while Dampa serves fresh-off-the-market seafood dishes. Next, you venture further into Manila's corners with every venue getting culturally significant than the previous – the National Museum, Cinematheque Centre Manila, Escolta, and Roxas Boulevard. The National Museum houses most of the country's artistic treasures and nowadays, with its recent restoration and low entrance fees, it's one of Manila's trending venues during the weekend. The same can be said about the Cinematheque Centre Manila with its dedication to revisit and digitize surviving Filipino films in its depository. Meanwhile, Escolta (what once was a CBD back in the day) is facing a tremendous rehabilitation and is now go-to place for local art communities and vintage merchandise. Near the end, watch the sunset along Manila Bay at Roxas Boulevard before your drop off service to SM Mall of Asia.