Rent a Siklesa for your Manila Tour | Things to do in Makati City-Metro Manila

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Up to 8 hours

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Feel the breeze and have a 360-degree view of your journey in Manila with the FAME award-winning Siklesa! Conceptualized by entrepreneur Lorenzo Vega and architect Jaime Recto, Siklesa is a kalesa-inspired carriage that marries contemporary technology and classic Filipino design. Its handwoven banig cover is represented in each subculture in the Philippines, making it a symbol that unifies the archipelago. Get a feel of this one-of-a-kind joy ride in Manila and see travel destinations of your choice in the city! You can also try Siklesa for a two-hour ride for the journey itself already is an unforgettable experience. The tour includes free pick up (private tour packages) and drop off from one point in the metro.

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We'll start by riding the Siklesa, a unique vehicle that ties ethnic elements with a modernized, motor-drawn kalesa. Have a city tour—sightsee Luneta Park and Intramuros or have a quick visit to the National Museum and drive by Manila Bay at sunset. Afterwards, stop by Makati Poblacion and finish off at a restaurant or bar of your choice. Don't worry, we have recommendations too!

Who can come

Guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

Terms and conditions

Come prepared to ride a motor-drawn kalesa for three hours and do a bit of a walk. You should most certainly where comfortable clothing and footwear. 

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Nearby attractions

Bangkal Furniture Market
Attraction
1.65 km away

Like stepping into your grandmother’s attic, walking into Barangay Bangkal in Makati City offers unique vintage treasures you can’t find anywhere else. Comprising a whole barangay, Bangkal mostly sells secondhand furniture and antique, from beds, cabinets, and dining tables, to vinyl record players, typewriters, instamatic cameras, and rotary phones. Residential apartments in Bangkal are turned into makeshift thrift stores, where big items are displayed outside, and small items inside. Each store offers a variety of interesting junk from the past. Some smell exactly like your grandmother’s attic, some smell like a moldy library, while some, the collective smell of used, old shoes. Aside from furniture and outmoded technology, other stores specialize in selling secondhand clothing, bags, books, toys, paintings, old music and movie records, and a host of other interesting things.

Ayala Triangle
Attraction
1.83 km away

Surrounded by skyscrapers, Ayala Triangle is an urban oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of the business district Makati. Visitors can go jogging here, have a picnic, marvel at the public sculptures, or simply hangout. Coffee shops and restaurants also dot one side of the park, serving as a favorite hangout place among young professionals. With more than a hundred trees, Ayala Triangle is the largest park with the most number of trees in Makati City. At the corners of the park are three monuments: a statue of Benigno Aquino, the assassinated Martial Law Hero; of Sultan Kudarat, the Sultan of Mindanao during the Spanish era; and of Gabriela Silang, the revolutionary heroine from Ilocos during the Spanish invasion.

Philippine Army Museum
Attraction
2.20 km away

Six imposing army trucks and tanks stand sentinel outside the Philippine Army Museum. Along with a range of artilleries, the open-air exhibit is a striking prelude to the two-storey museum inside. The museum keeps seven small galleries, the highlight of which is the Diorama gallery on the second floor.The Diorama gallery is a life-sized representation of five of the most important events that shaped the Philippine Army's history. The five scenes are depicted in realistic wooden figures, staged in winding hallways that are spare, compact, and dark in some sections, lending an air of a military outpost. The dioramas chronicle milestones in the nation's struggle for freedom against foreign colonizers--from enlistment to the Sandatahan during the Katipunan, to the Liberation of Manila in 1945.Founded in 1976, the Philippine Army Museum aims to record and preserve the history of the Philippine Army and its achievements. 

Other places to stay

Astoria Greenbelt
₱3,569
Hotels and homes
1.34 km away

For the Business Traveller, a good hotel location is crucial. To that, Astoria Greenbelt perfectly fits the bill.Located inside Makati's central business and commercial district along Arnaiz  Avenue and Greenbelt Drive, Astoria Greenbelt is a short walk to business offices in Makati's Legaspi Village and is higly accessible when one needs to move around the city. Astoria Greenbelt is a quick minute walk to the Greenbelt mall where one is treated to a myriad of restaurants, bars, cinemas and shops.Transitting in between destinations, Astoria Greenbelt is an easy 15 to 20 minute drive from the airport. 

Makati Diamond Residences
₱7,877
Hotels and homes
1.61 km away

We give you that extra mile to work or relax in comfort, with the best location in Manila for easy access to many multinational corporations, shopping, dining and entertainment destinations.Our 410 guestrooms are furnished with special features and privileges for your overnight or extended stay, complementing your experience at the new standard of luxury living. Makati Diamond Residences is unarguably one of the best luxury hotels in Makati. It is a product of San Miguel Properties, Inc – a subsidiary of one of the largest companies in the Philippines – and their first venture into luxury serviced apartments.

Somerset Millennium Makati
₱4,920
Hotels and homes
1.67 km away

One of Metro Manila’s 17 districts, Makati makes up the very core of the the National Capital Region of the Philippines. Here, visitors will be introduced to towering steel-clad skyscrapers, diverse range of entertainment hotspots as well as culture and historical landmarks.Located on Aguirre street off Arnaiz Avenue, which a posh, upscale area comprising high-end shopping malls, modern office buildings, first-class restaurants, bistros and bars, is Somerset Millennium Makati. Shopping complexes in the vicinity include the Glorietta, The Landmark and Power Plant shopping malls. And short 15-minute walk away from the residence is the Ayala train station, which links the area up with the rest of Makati.For your culture fix, make a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Nuestra Señora de Gracia Church, which was built by the Augustinian friars. The still-functioning Neo-Romanesque-Gothic style church's construction dates as far back as early 1600s and is a popular wedding venue. Another landmark worth visiting is the Ayala Museum, which exhibits the rich and vivid history of the Philippines from as early as the Mactan, Cebu battle to the country's relatively recent struggle for democracy. It is also home to paintings by notable Filipino painters such as Fernando Amorsolo, Juan Luna and Fernando Zobel.At the end of a long day out and about, retire to Somerset Millennium Makati to rejuvenate. The residence is fitted with a range of generously spacious and contemporary apartment types that are furnished with a well-equipped kitchenette, separate living and dining areas as well as en-suite bathrooms. Guests will also be given full access to a comprehensive list of amenities an on-site fitness centre, outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi. There is also a spa and massage centre, barber shop, and a restaurant in the residence, open daily.

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