The same significant tourist spot is the Coconut Palace. This odd building was erected in 1981 with palm tree and coconut shell as main building materials. The Coconut Palace is among the most unusual architectural landmarks of Manila. Among religious sights and landmarks the brightest and of top interest is the Manila Cathedral. It is a genuine masterpiece of architectural art. Elegant front side of the Cathedral is decorated with stained glass artworks and statues, the finest handcrafted carvings and fresco paintings depicting the significant religious facts.
The interior of the Cathedral also features plenty of luxurious decorations of hundreds years old. The tour to the Fort Santiago will be of the greatest interest for tourists as this strengthening construction witnessed significant historical events. The Fort occupies a large territory which is now reequipped into the scenic majestic park. Visitors may explore a part of survived construction and enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the city from the hill.
The park hosts an automobile museum which presents the collection of cars previously being owned by cabinet members. The Rizal Shrine Museum is set nearby. The museum is dedicated to the renowned Philippine martyr and national hero. Among the showpieces of the exhibition is the farewell poem of Rizal as well as inestimable craftworks made by the renowned person.