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Samar Island : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Restaurant
“They serve almost all kinds of dishes. You have to make a prior reservation before you eat there.”
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Establishment
“The country's site of liberty from the World War II. You can also enjoy fresh coconut juice from the area.”
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Centre commercial
“Has a grocery store, restaurants, movie theater, clothing stores, electronics, etc.”
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Bridge
“This structure connects the north and south part of the Philippines. The longest bridge in the country is located on the World's Most Navigable Straight. The icon of the city/”
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Museum
“One of many rest houses of former President Marcos. A glimpse of their lavish life.”
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Centre commercial
“Before heading home, drop by the Shopping Center to get your pasalubong. You'll find banig(woven mats) crafted by the people of Basey. They also have shoes and bags made by the same material as the banig. Don't forget to grab some moron and binagol for dessert.”
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Restaurant
“It is the best kept secret of Tacloban. A small restaurant with its own garden in Hacienda Verde serving your favorite Filipino and Asian dishes in rustic family settings, and only 20 steps away!”
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Cafe
“I love the ambience and the coffee, pastries and meals they offer at a reasonable price. Just a perfect place to hang out with friends and family or casual.”
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Natural Feature
“Lake Danao is a guitar-shaped lake on the island of Leyte in the Philippines. The lake is covering an area of 148 hectares (370 acres). It is situated in the 2,193 hectares (5,420 acres) Lake Danao Natural Park, which also includes the Amandiwin mountain range. The lake is 18 kilometres (11 mi) northeast of Ormoc City, half an hour drive along the San Pablo - Tongonan and Milagro - Lake Danao roads. It was originally named Lake Imelda and was declared a national park on June 2, 1972 by virtue of presidential memorandum issued by then President Ferdinand Marcos. Later it was renamed and declared as Lake Danao National Parkon February 3, 1998.”
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City Hall
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Restaurant
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Restaurant italien
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“McDonald's first, and still their best, restaurant in Tacloban. Located in the Downtown area of Tacloban, next to the port area. They will even deliver!”
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