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Malacanang Of The North, Ilocos Norte Province
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
A mansion overlooking the sea, Malacanang Of The North once served as home of former president Ferdinand E. Marcos. Today, it functions as a museum detailing the turbulent political situation when Marcos ruled under martial law--which ended with a revolution in 1986. Tour guides on hand can answer all of your questions, or you can read the brochures and signs in several languages. If you're there just for the architecture and art, walk around by yourself and admire numerous paintings on the walls. To visit Malacanang Of The North and get the most from your holiday in Paoay, create itinerary details personal to you using our Paoay tourist route planner.
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facing the paoay lake, the view from the veranda is so relaxing you can actually fall asleep just by staring at the azure water. this historical place was once off limits to the public but fortunately... read more »
Далеко не роскошный особняк с двумя этажами, большой гостинной, личным кабинетом Маркоса, спальнями и видом на озеро Паоай. Охотно посещаем локальными туристами.Far from being a luxury townhouse with two floors, big living room, personal cabinet Marcos, bedrooms and views of the Lake Paoaj. Willingly visiting local tourists.show original
From Vigan we decided to visit the Northern side of Ilocos to see what they call Malacanang of the North. This used to be the residence of the Marcoses and now a tourist attraction. The house is so bi... read more »
Judy Rose Gimoto
i dont know about the other people who visited but i felt like i was transported to an el fili scene. i wish i could have worn a dress when i went there for better photo ops haha! i promise you, youd wish you were invited to their grand parties because really id like to see that place when it was alive. (oh the life ill never live)
Simple and relaxing though not much to see.
Just wish the tour guides weren't so biased.
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