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San Agustin Church

Gen Luna & Real Sts | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines
63 2 524 7141
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This museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes.
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Gen Luna & Real Sts | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines
63 2 524 7141
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Reviewed yesterday

One of the oldest church in the Philippines. The location is also historic as it is within the walled city of Intramuros during the spanish colonial times.

Thank Grace Michelle T
Reviewed 2 days ago

Very nice church! One of the highlights when visiting Manila. Take at least 1 hour or more for visiting. Nice in combination with Intranuros and la Cathédral

Thank qualiphot
Reviewed 3 days ago

It has been called a symbol of the Filipino defiance against and resilience to time, natural calamities and war. Often missed out are the museum and Fr. Blanco's garden. the museum contains more than religious relics. There was table on which the terms of the...More

Thank Leomil A
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The San Agustin Church is a Roman Catholic Church under the guidance of the order of St. Augustine. It was founded in 1720 but was opened in 1607! It's an old church. I visited the church on a Monday about 6 pm and a mass...More

Thank TereMarta
Reviewed 6 days ago

San Agustin church not only caters to enriching ones soul but it also shares the history of the recent past. Marvel also of the physical church and its environs.

Thank Maria C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Steep in Philippine history within truly beautiful architecture. Reminded me of old churches around Europe.

Thank TheJJadventures
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I didn't get to see much as there was a wedding going on. But from I did get to see from the outside, it's beautiful, just such a pity I didn't get to go in.

1  Thank andiesws
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

San Agustin Church is the "Oldest Church in the Philippines' which is located in the heart of Intramuros, Manila. After the destruction of intramuros during World War II, the church was the only building left intact. The church is listed as one of the UNESCO...More

Thank mannyvillarba
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You have to visit this Church if you find yourself in Manila. One of the few gems in the city. I highly recommend it.

Thank Ed M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth the hype. Spend at least an hour perusing this architectural wonder and museum. Maybe not super kid-friendly/fun...and admission is a bit steep for the area...but a treasure!

Thank BeautifulKona
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Response from brent eugene w | Reviewed this property |
Don;t cancel your trip . The population of the Philippines is over 100 million . Most people there are kind , genuine , funny and have great attitudes . The odd problem that does occur is quickly under control . The place... More
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Response from soh_kien_peng | Reviewed this property |
While the battlefield is intensified in the south, areas in Luzon like Manila, Baguio or further north to Vigan are still peaceful and you hardly heard any conflict in these areas.
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Response from brent eugene w | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest going personally to this beautiful and stunning location . To seek permission , i understand there is a waiting list for this gorgeous site . Many natural and unique attractions in the Philippines still do... More