Cultural Center of the Philippines
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The Cultural Center of the Philippines is the premiere showcase of the arts in the Philippines. Founded in 1969, the CCP has been producing and presenting music, dance, theater, visual arts, literary, cinematic and design events form the Philippines and all over the world for more than 40 years.
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A venue for the arts where most plays, operas, ballets are featured. Outside is an open space where you can jog or just spend a relaxing time.
A wide range of cultural events are staged at this major government-run institution.
The complex around this area is a great place for you to walk and they also have a museum there which you can check out. If you can you may purchase on of their shows so you can see our Philippines artists perform. Shows are varied from theater, orchestra , ballet and other performances. If you have…
The Philippines' theater culture is very much alive and there are a lot of local and international plays that are staged monthly. Check out their Facebook page or Ticketworld Manila for ongoing shows.
National center to promote culture in the Philippines. Your should not miss it!
One of the best theatre groups in the Philippines is housed here -- the Tanghalang Pilipino... Also, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra and Ballet Philippines have their home here.
This is a popular venue for various performances and exhibitions from local and international productions.
This is a good place to take a photo of the world reknowned Sunset of Manila. You can also catch here the Corregidor tour from the dock of the complex.
Great local theater showing filipino-written plays, ballet, classical music and a great place to hang out and catch a beautiful sunset.
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“Best-kept museum I've so far been to in the Philippines - maybe because of its comparably limited space, its modern design, and brilliant exhibit lay-out. The only downside may be that the staff isn't readily available, and that the museum is not exactly the place to tour vacationers around especially if they are disabled or are really looking to bring home souvenirs. But it is, in general, a good museum to visit for their well-curated content, especially if you don't mind exploring solo.”
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