From Rizal Park to Yakimix in Manila

Originally, I was going to visit Santiago Castle, Manila Cathedral, and Rizal Park, but I visited Intramuros first, so it was out of my list. Checking the map of where I was going.

I had to drink a lot of water and beverages because of the temperature.

Furthermore, I went to  Rizal park so I had to achieve it.

In Rizal Park, there is Lapu-Lapu statue. Lapu-Lapu was a native Visayan chieftain in Mactan, Cebu and representative of the Sultan of Sulu, and is now known as the first national hero of the Philippines. On the morning of April 27, 1521, Lapu-Lapu and the men of Mactan, armed with spears and kamplian, faced Spanish soldiers led by Portuguese captin Ferdinand Magellan in what would later be know as the Battle of Mactan. Magellan and several of his men were killed.

The park has an awesome view and huge.

Jose Rizal was a Filipino nationalist and polymath during the tail end of the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. An ophthalmologist by profession, Rizal became a writer and a key member of the Filipino Propaganda Movement which advocated political reforms for the colony under Spain.

Rizal Park, also known as Luneta Park or simply Luneta, is a historical urban park in the Philippines.

There are many monuments of him in the park.
Also, various events are held every weekend.

Unfortunately, I didn’t have enough time to visit all the places I wanted, so I moved to Robinsons Place Manila and visited Yakimix which is the eat-all-you-can restaurant on the 4th floor.

The Yakimix was clean.

These are their prices:

Lunch P 558
Dinner P 658

Sat (Public Holiday not included)
Lunch P599
Dinner P699

Sun & Holiday
Lunch/Dinner P699

Children Below 4″ P399

Left Over Price P799

The prices are a bit high and the taste is just fine.

Their shrimp tempuras were yummy. This soup whose name I forgot was cool.

I ate sashimi too, there were salmon, tuna, and octopus as well.

After eating, I moved to China town. I’ll post the story soon.