Thursday, September 6

Sto. Niño Shrine and Romualdez Museum

The Sto. Nino Shrine and Romualdez Museum used to be one of the rest houses of the Marcos family.  Considered to be one of the top tourist attractions in Tacloban City, the ground floor houses a chapel, with the image of the Sto. Niño at the center and surrounded by locally-themed guest rooms depicting characteristics of the different provinces/places in the country.

The second floor houses the large ballroom, dining halls and the bedrooms of each member of the former first family. The house is modest outside but is intricately designed and adorned inside.


Sto Niño Shrine and Romualdez Musuem, Real St., Tacloban City






It was raining quite hard when we visited this on my first day
in Tacloban City last July 1







Shoes are not allowed inside.  Slippers are provided for all visitors which is required to be worn in the duration of the tour.


Lights aglow. Only one camera per group at P 30 each. If you will be bringing more than one, an additional P 30 is required for each camera.  Entrance fee at Php 200 for the first three persons. 
Going through the main door, the revered image of the Sto. Niño
will calmly greet visitors































One of the large dining halls








A diorama showcasing the successful projects during the Marcos regime
Wedding photo of the former first couple






The enchanting Mrs. Marcos





Masters' Bedroom







Other parts in this series:

Part 1/7 - Tamed By You
Part 6/7 - Ormoc City 

8 comments:

  1. wow sobrang class no yung mga marcoses dati pa .. :)

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    1. Ay oo Kulapitot, para silang Royalty talaga...:-)

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  2. Favorite ko yung malaking chandelier at yung malaking painting ni Imelda sa isang ballroom... nakakalula.. :)

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    1. Ang ganda noh! Akala ko nung una eh simpleng bldg muntik ko nang isnabin. GANDA pala sa loob waah at ang laki! :-)

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  3. creepy and old but i would like to stay there for a night.. hehe

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    1. Yes it holds a charm of his own right? :-)

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  4. Awesome experience here! What an irony-- they are so wealthy while the Filipino people are so poor!

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    1. There will always be unabalances (if there is such a word) in life like this...:-)

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