Klook Intramuros Pass
If you dream of time-traveling to the past like Maria Clara at Ibarra‘s Klay, check out the new Klook Intramuros Pass.
This recently launched offering lets you save money when you explore attractions in Intramuros, Manila. ICYDK, it’s one of the shooting locations of the famed series and the center of government during Spanish colonial times.
Choose your own adventure
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The pass gives you access to up to 5 attractions and activities in the historic walled city.
Explore Intramuros’ defensive structures, Fort Santiago and Baluarte de San Diego. Step into the home of an affluent colonial Filipino family at the Casa Manila Museum or view religious artifacts at Museo de Intramuros.
To look the part, you can even rent a Filipiniana or a barong to take pictures in.
The Klook Intramuros Pass starts at P215 (~USD3.84) for 3 attractions. They also have 4- and 5-attraction packages at P290 (~USD5.19) and P430 (~USD7.69), respectively.
For an additional fee, can also choose between premium add-ons – the Bambike Tour or the Electric Chariot Tour.
How to use the pass
Baluarte de San Diego
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You don’t have to pick when you will visit right away. The Klook Intramuros Pass allows you the flexibility to choose where and when to go in the walled city.
To use the pass, go to your bookings and pick the places you want to check out. Then, go to Intramuros to use your activity passes anytime during the validity period.
The Klook Intramuros Pass is valid until 31st December 2023.
Explore Intramuros with the Klook Intramuros Pass
You don’t have to break the bank to explore the city of Manila. But with passes such as the Klook Intramuros Pass, you can even go on adventures for less!
If you want to know what else the walled city has to offer, here’s a list of things to do in Intramuros. Or for more activities in the metro, including free-entry spots, check out this ultimate guide for things to do in Metro Manila.
Get the Klook Intramuros Pass here.
Address: Bonifacio Drive & Padre Burgos Street, Manila, Metro Manila
Opening hours: Open 24/7 (Different opening hours for each attraction)
Cover image adapted from: JJae H. via Google Maps
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