The sunset in Manila Bay can be seen at the church gate. Peripheral Food: This church is not far from the red light district. There are several supermarkets around it. They can buy very affordable daily necessities. Eating is also very convenient, there are many choices, there are large stalls (hygiene is very general, it is recommended that cleanliness friends do psychological preparation), but usually large stalls start in the afternoon. But it tastes good! There's a good fast food restaurant on the left side of the church diagonally opposite. Many local people go to eat, the price is at least one third cheaper than the big stall, roast fish, chicken crouch is very good! It's worth emphasizing that the mango shake tastes really good there! Two cups at a time. It is made by mixing ice sand with fresh mango meat. It tastes full of mango. Seafood soup is very common here. There's free WIFI available, but sometimes it's too slow! Surrounding Traffic: Many passing Jeepneys stop at the church gate and go directly to Chinatown, Spain City, and the airport for taxi within 200 pesos. Generally speaking, it's worth visiting. There are many places to eat around. It has a Philippine market atmosphere. But this is the red light district of the Philippines. Girls are better to go with each other. There are many devout believers gathered here during worship, so if you want to have a good time or choose non-Sunday.
The doors of Maladi Church are closed every time they go. They can only take pictures at the doors.
Maladi Church is on Maladi Street. The door is not very big. It's dark inside.
It looks like an old church. There are no tourists in the city.