Museums Online & More: Travel Virtually this Community Quarantine!

This community quarantine in Luzon, Philippines may have us inside our homes for our own safety, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the things you could do and places you could visit. Thanks to the internet, let’s take this brief and easy virtual ikotMNLtour” from our homes.

Those who have been wanting to take a tour of Manila and the wonderful spots and experiences it has to offer don’t need to worry anymore! With technology, it’s now more possible than ever to take in the best of the city!

Get ready—mamasyal, mag-food trip, mag-shopping around Manila online by doing these:

  • Check out museums online

Museums Online
Museums Online. Source: Museo de Intramuros
Malacanang Palace
Source: Presidential Museum and Library in Malacanang Palace
  • Watch CCP shows, concerts, and plays on YouTube

Cultural Center of the Philippines
Source: Cultural Center of the Philippines’ YouTube account
    • Those looking for a more refined form of entertainment to watch online can now turn to the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ YouTube account, on which they’ve been uploading recorded shows. While their list of full shows is still small, you can be sure that this will grow in the coming days as the organization recognizes the need for a wide variety of performances.
  • Have your favorite food from Binondo delivered

Sincerity Restaurant
Sincerity Restaurant
Eng Bee Tin
Eng Bee Tin
    • One good thing that’s worth mentioning is that a number of restaurants have already reopened for delivery! This includes some of your comfort food from Binondo, such as Eng Bee Tin, Ying Ying Tea House, Sincerity, Chuan Kee, and Salido. Ordering from these establishments is also a great way to support them during this time!
  • Get Divisoria-like deals by shopping online at home

Philippine Harvest Online
Philippine Harvest Online
    • Those hankering for a shopping spree in their favorite Manila shopping centers can still get the same experience by shopping online at your favorite e-commerce sites and local shops’ social media pages. For local food and products, how about browsing through the various partnered regional merchants in the online leg of the Philippine Harvest?

These inventive and innovative ways to get the best of Manila through the internet will definitely keep you busy while staying safe at home!

Get info on Manila’s popular tourist spots, as well as important LRT-1 updates such as announcements, train schedules, crowd status, and more through the ikotMNL app which you can download for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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ikotMNL is a tourism campaign launched by the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) in 2018 to connect foreign and local travelers to Manila’s rich history, cultural heritage, and top food destinations by riding the LRT-1 to areas such as Intramuros, Binondo, Quiapo, and many more. Like LRMC on Facebook at and follow @officialLRT1 on Twitter.

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