Malate ChurchCurrently Closed
- Address: Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
- Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-25232593
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids
Malate Church - Review
Philippines is perhaps the only country in Asia that can boast of some of the most beautiful and varied churches in the subcontinent. It’s various colonial and cultural influences have given the country extraordinary churches that are unique and grandiose in their own right. The baroque style Malate church is one such church that inspires awe in visitors. Situated on a exquisite tree lined street close to the Manila Bay, the church was commissioned in the 16th century. Renowned for it’s twisted columns and peculiar facade, the church is an amalgamation of Muslim design and Mexican baroque architecture.
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Malate Church Information
- The Sunday mass goes on almost throughout the day, at regular intervals.
How To reach Malate Church by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop: President Quirino Avenue
- Nearest LRT: Quirino station
Restaurants Near Malate Church
- Jer’s Restaurant
- Padi’s Point
- Aite Music Lounge & Restaurant
- Ibn restaurant
- Cafe Adriatico
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Things to Know Before Visiting Malate Church
93.69% of people who visit Manila include Malate Church in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
46.4% of people start their Malate Church visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Malate Church
94.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Malate Church
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Malate Church, Manila Reviews
Went to the Saturday vigil service with Father John. Was very memorable and historic. Will definitely go again. Highly recommend!
The church is easily accessible, just by MH del Pilar street and fronting Rajah Sulayman park. The facade of the church is a good example of the baroque architecture. The pieta statue at the right side of the church is noreworhy. The church grounds are clean and quiet despite the location. They have a 7am mass and during weekdays there aren't many churchgoers at this time, hence the mass service is more quiet and serene.
One of the Oldest Church in Manila, the Philippines. It was build around 430 years ago by Augustinian Friar.
Such a good standard school with a strict security to provide and secure students and faculty
Peaceful on weekdays. Great for contemplation