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616 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1325 A. Mabini Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1004
1011 A. Mabini Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
Jorge Bocobo Street corner Kalaw Avenue, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
550 Jorge Bocobo extension, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
475 Sta. Monica Street, Saint Galilee Residences, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1227 A. Mabini corner Padre Faura Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1158 A. Mabini Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1155 General Luna Street corner Taft and United Nations Avenue, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1520 A. Mabini Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1005 Maria Orosa Street, T.M. Kalaw, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
531 Antonio Flores St. , Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
524 Pedro Gil corner M. Adriatico St., Malate, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1004
1315 A. Mabini St. corner Padre Faura St., Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
1547 M.Adriatico St, Ermita, Manila, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
411 Antonio Flores St. Ermita Manila, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
Bustling with activity, Ermita is a small Manila district where most of the city’s universities, offices, museums, business centers, historical landmarks, and entertainment centers converge. The noisy traffic, broken neon lights, historical sites, and the nonstop flow of people hurrying to their destinations make for a normal everyday scene once you step in the district.
Ermita is a big part of Manila’s financial, business, educational, cultural, and entertainment centers. Apart from tourist sites like the Rizal Park in Luneta and the National Museum, a lot of government and private offices operate here as well. The area is also known as one of Metro Manila’s university districts with schools like Philippine Normal University, University of the Philippines, Adamson University, and St. Paul College all located here.
The easiest way to get here is to book a flight to Manila. Once you arrive at the airport, grab a taxi or ride a jeepney heading to your destination in Ermita.
If you’re coming from a Visayas or Mindanao province, a cheaper method of transportation is through a ferry. Carriers like 2go, Negros Navigation, and Sulpicio Lines usually have routes going to and coming from Manila.
There are many ways to get to the Ermita district by land. Because of its many access points through main roads like Roxas Boulevard, Padre Burgos Street, United Nations Avenue, and Taft Avenue, you can easily get to Ermita by riding a bus, a jeepney, a van, a taxi, and a even a train.
There are many transportation modes that can be used around the area. The most common mode is the jeepney.
Two major tourist attractions that you’ll find in Ermita are the Luneta Rizal Park and the National Museum of the Philippines. There are many Rizal Monuments in the country and around the world that honor our national hero but the one in Luneta is the most prominent because this is where his remains lie. The National Museum showcases beautiful pieces of Philippine history and art that make learning about the country a fun experience.
Other educational spots that you can go to include the National Library, National Museum of the Filipino People, Museo Pambata, and the Manila Ocean Park.
Go on a personal field trip and tour historical and educational sites around Ermita with your friends or family. Take a day to learn about our country’s rich history and culture through our museums, national treasures, and heritage sites. If you have kids, take them with you to fun learning places like Manila Ocean Park, Museo Pambata, and National Museum.
If you’re an avid collector of antiques, you might enjoy looking around and shopping at some of Ermita’s well-known antique shops. Maria Closa Arts and Antiques Shop, Gallery Deus, and Golden Salakot Antique Shop are just some of the stores you should list down.
After a long day of walking and exploring, relax and take a seat in gardens like Mehan Garden and The Japanese Garden.
One thing’s for sure, you won’t run out of places to eat in Ermita. With all the malls and commercial centers spread out all over the district, you’re sure to find a restaurant, cafe, or food stall at nearly every corner. Take note of famous restaurants in the area like Cafe Adriatico, Bistro Remedios, L’Eau Vive, Calle 5, and Lau Chan. If you can’t try them all out during your stay, just think of them as something to look forward to when you want to go back.
Aside from Malate and Padre Burgos, Ermita is known as one of Metro Manila’s red light districts. Whether you’re looking for something a bit on the risque side or something a little more relaxed, you can find them all in Ermita.
If all you want is a good drink with friends to cap off the night, try Tap Station, White Moon Bar, Hobbit House, Star of Manila Bar, or G Point Smorgasbord & Bar. These bars offer great ambiance, a variety of drinks, and even good food.
If you’re not fussy about where you want to stay, simple and affordable hotels in Ermita like Oasis Park Hotel and Lotus Garden Hotel Manila will work great with your budget. If you prefer something a bit more comfortable, enjoy a good night’s rest and great amenities with Ermita hotels such as Casa Bocobo Hotel, Citystate Tower Hotel, City Garden Suites, The Executive Plaza Hotel, Las Palmas Hotel, Bayview Park Hotel, Paragon Tower Hotel, The Corporate Inn Hotel, and Hotel Indah Manila. If you’re looking for a more luxurious experience, try checking places like the Manila Hotel and Diamond Hotel.
When walking around Ermita, try to keep a close watch over your things because they may easily get stolen by pickpockets.
Book a hotel located in the center of district so you can just walk to nearby restaurants, bars, and tourist spots.
If strangers approach you and talk to you in the Ermita, Malate, or P. Burgos areas while you’re out at night and they’re making you feel uncomfortable, just completely ignore them and keep walking away.