A must see when in Tacloban. Although the place was not properly maintained by PCGG, you can still see the grandeur and taste of former First Lady Imelda marcos in its interiors and furnitures. Much better than malacanang of the north
This house was the ancestral house of our late President Marcos. This Shrine is for public it has many rooms on it named of different cities if the Philippines. Many history to find out. The entrance is very low.
This museum and shrine is a must see. It was build back in 1979-1981 by the Marcos family. Wonderful too see such treasures now owned by the people of the Philippines.
A great glimpse into the past of the Philippine Leader no matter the individual view. A large rectification of damage sustained in the tsunami has enable the facility to be restored to an acceptable level of representation of the past. Sad to see the water damaged items but those that were salvaged show the craftsmanship of the era past. I... 更多
I was expecting the worst based on some reviews here, but the experience was thankfully better. Arrived a rainy weekday, and proceeded to have the full tour - our leader was very knowledgeable and would answer any question I had about furnishings of room themes. The condition of the house is could be so much better, but it would take... 更多
I came to the museum as an individual. At first, the "tour guide" assigned was accommodating, however when a group of people (5 people) came in and joined me, she disregarded me and didn't treat me the way she used too. I was disappointed because I kept on asking questions like "Was this place really occupied by the family before?"... 更多
This place was Imeldas getaway. There are many themed rooms and some of the furnishings are unbelievable. There are massive dining tables, ivory carvings, Ming dynasty collectables. The visitor is escorted through by a tour guide. A lot is very dark but you can just imagine the hussle and bustle of the place in its hey day. Sadly the place... 更多