Array
Arts & Culture

5 Must-See Structures in Escolta

Don’t leave without visiting (and taking photos of!) these

Shares
Photography: Michael Angelo Chua (Main Photo)

The best way to experience and appreciate a city is by looking at its historical architecture. And Manila, with its long, colorful history, is a treasure trove of sorts when it comes to that. If you don’t have the whole day to explore the nooks and crannies of the city, Escolta Street is the perfect place to have a crash course on different styles of iconic architecture and notable architects who designed these structures. Here are the must-see buildings that will leave you impressed: 

CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recommended Videos
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

More on Realliving.com.ph

Shares

Latest Stories

These Photos Show the Transformation of a Bare Condo Unit Into a Scandi Dream

The before-and-after snapshots will surely inspire you to revamp your space!

A Hotel Chic Look for a 39sqm Studio Unit

Ar. IDr. Isabelle Ong Sitco of Iztilo Interiors took inspiration from luxe hotel rooms in sprucing up the well-maximized space

7 Ways to Achieve Modern Luxe Interiors

Invest in the right pieces and work on a sleek yet inviting aesthetic

This Tiny Modular Home Will Only Cost You Around P8k a Month

If you spend this much monthly for rent, why not invest in your own house instead?

A Look Inside the Ancestral Home of Pablo S. Antonio, National Artist for Architecture

Located in Pasay City, the bungalow is a modern tropical marvel built by the celebrated architect

You Can Now Have a Picnic at Masungi Georeserve, Rizal

Spend your weekends with nature and locally-sourced food.

Is Buying a Penthouse Worth It?

It's no secret that this property comes with a hefty price tag, but you get a couple of perks, too

Are You Familiar with the Filipino Building Belief Oro, Plata, Mata?

This Filipino building belief has been followed by many when it comes to designing a staircase

What is Japandi Style and How Can You Achieve It?

Turn your space into a calming haven with natural materials, functional accessories, and timeless décor
Load More Stories