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    Does anyone have information on wheelchair accessibility of Fort Santiago in Manila?  Can most places be accessed?  Are there accessible toilets?


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    Hi Friends!

    Somebody’s interest in Fort Santiago accessibility caught my attention. It is among the city of Manila’’s (capital of the Philippines)  primary tourist attractions,  showcasing its actual colonial heritage site. The Fort is specifically located in Manila’s Intramuros district which has more to see aside from Fort Santiago. By the way, it is undergoing rehab work that will open additional historical features, targeted within 2018.

    It is accessibility-friendly to persons with mobility limitations. There’s a tour organizer which specializes in Accessible Tourism. Just give me a little time to be in touch with them as I will need to mention them.



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    That is good to hear @trip-toes, thank you!  Here is some general information as well: https://www.countryreports.org/travel/Philippines/accessibility.htm

    I love accessible travel so much I started this website and Accessible Japan!
    Power wheelchair user.


    Azalee Boy

    Actually, this website has better info: http://www.accessiblejourneys.com/independent/accessible-philippines-vacations.htm

    Though it may be a bit out dated

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