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Luneta Park is popular with the locals it's not very big but it's pretty nice it's close to the Fruit Stand small shops you can get a mango shake 10 pesos there's a wonderful flower shop where you can get fresh flowers and roses for...More
Through the years, this piece of government property had undergone aesthetic changes depending on the whims of those working with the administration at the time. But despite the massive facelifts (i.e changing of the water fountain to a kiosk and the much-loved castle with pond...More
Taking a stroll through the park is a very relaxing experience. After a busy day of shopping and sight seeing the family decided to come here to cool and off and relax and watch the sun set. We slowly strolled and enjoyed the atmosphere sipping...More
This was my visit in Luneta park for a long long time until Pope Francis visitted I volunteered to be one of the marshalls.Praise God! The park is beautiful but this time flocksof people came in so you cant really appreciate the park. I am...More
We visited Luneta Park the day before we left the Philippines. The park was simply breathtaking. I was really impressed by the history that was evident all over the park from the "Madre Filipiña" statue to the Jose Rizal memorial. The park was very clean...More