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Corregidor Island, Cavite Province
(4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • The entire island itself is a museum. So full of WWII relics, batteries, guns and mortars and history. The tourist guides are quite good at their craft on entertaining the guests with war trivias and ...  more »
  • spare some time to book a trip to this place with your family. the stories behind this island are all part of every Filipino's history. you'll enjoy most of the trip despite a very humid environment. ...  more »
  • The tour was nice. It was a very informative trip. Be sure to bring umbrellas because the weather is hot. 
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  • It's hard to imagine this beautifully serene island once was a major battleground during WWII. Scattered about are the remnants of barracks, assorted buildings, and armament. The scars of war are quite evident. Huge cannons thrown hundreds of yards from it's pedestal lie undisturbed, in the exact position when the attacks occurred. Time really has stopped and history is quite palpable. Truly amazing.
  • Ganda dto lalo n pag nka bike.. Un nga lng mhl ng sprite n mbbili lng ng 8pesos. .pero dto s lugar n to 47pesos wow........
  • A must visit place. This island is a key historical place for both the Philippines and the second world war
  • Nice weekend stay
  • A really fascinating piece of history and a highlight of a trip to Manila. The original buildings are still there - as are many of the guns. You get a good sense of the history because most of the island has not changed since WWII. The guided tours are excellent.