3 Days trip in Philippines

Budget: 200 USD - 650 USD Food exploration
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The Philippines is an archipelagic country located in Southeast Asia known for its beautiful beaches, diverse culture, and friendly people. It has a rich history influenced by various indigenous groups, Malay, Chinese, and Islamic traders, as well as its colonizers, Spain and the United States. The country has a total land area of approximately 300,000 square kilometers and is composed of 7,107 islands.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to PHP
️ 29.71°C
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Salcedo Saturday Market

    120 minutes

    Visit the iconic Salcedo Saturday Market and indulge in a variety of Filipino and international cuisine options. Don't miss the freshly cooked street food and local delicacies.

  2. Ayala Museum

    90 minutes

    Explore the rich history and culture of the Philippines at the Ayala Museum. Learn about the country's pre-colonial and colonial eras, as well as its contemporary art scene.

  3. El Chupacabra

    120 minutes

    Experience authentic Mexican cuisine at El Chupacabra. Try their famous tacos and margaritas, and hang out with the locals in this laid-back bar and resto.

Day 2

  1. Makati City Hall

    60 minutes

    Visit the Makati City Hall, a modern architectural landmark that houses the city's local government. Take a photo with the popular 'Makati' sculpture in front of the building.

  2. Greenbelt Mall

    180 minutes

    Dine and shop at the Greenbelt Mall, a luxurious retail and entertainment complex in the heart of Makati. Try the upscale food offerings at the posh Greenbelt 5.

  3. Poblacion Neighborhood

    180 minutes

    Experience Makati's hip and happening nightlife scene at the Poblacion neighborhood. Visit the local bars and food hubs, and mingle with the trendy crowd.

Day 3

  1. Baluarte de San Diego

    90 minutes

    Take a tour of Baluarte de San Diego, a historical fortress in Intramuros that showcases a unique blend of Spanish and Filipino colonial architecture.

  2. Bibliarch

    120 minutes

    Visit Bibliarch, a hidden gem for book lovers and foodies. Indulge in their delectable pasta dishes and artisanal coffee, while surrounded by books and literary artwork.

  3. Rooftop Bars

    240 minutes

    End your Makati trip with a bang and visit the city's posh rooftop bars. Sip cocktails and enjoy the stunning cityscape views at Sky Deck View Bar and Z Hostel's roofdeck.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-20 USD per night
50-150 USD per night
30-100 USD per night


0.20-0.40 USD per ride
2-5 USD per ride
1-3 USD per ride


Street Food
1-3 USD per meal
Local Restaurant
3-10 USD per meal
Fine Dining
20-50 USD per meal


Entrance Fee for Museums
1-5 USD per person
City Tour
25-50 USD per person
Island Hopping
30-100 USD per person

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