Sto. Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum, Tacloban

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  • It was a nice surprise to come in to see this building. The entrance fee was 200 peso, 50 peso if you want to use your camera to take photos. Building contents 24 bäddrum and some larger dining rooms and ballroom.
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  • Entering this museum, you will imagine how grand and luxurious the life of the Marcoses then. It's an ironic how they have this kind of lifestyle while most people in Tacloban are below poverty line. ...  more »
  • You can see very quickly here as the many years of ruthless exploited "Marcos Clan" and many special like Imelda Marcos this country without any regard to the population of. Nothing, absolutely nothing could in this building enough be expensive, while there were many destitute people in the country and are. To avoid misunderstanding, I am not a "social", I'm more of the opposite. Here but I lack any understanding of a troubled completely from all joints and such pomposity at the expense of the population. You should sell everything that has any value in this building, and use the money for charitable things.
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  • Picture-worthy but very poor service from the caretakers/guide. We thought that we will be toured around the mansion and be discussed with the history but we were just allowed to roam around and just find the light switches on our own. There was another group that was toured around and was discussed with the house's history. We paid for 470 for a group of 7 and were only allowed 1 camera to be utilized.
  • Still preserved the old house of madam emelda
  • Must visit tourist spot when visiting Tacloban.