About Corregidor, Philippines

A tiny island lying across the entrance of Manila Bay located 25 miles west of Manila, Corregidor Island served as one of the most vital harbor defenses of Manila and was the last place to fall into the hands of the Japanese during WWII.

Points of interest include various gun batteries, the shell of the Mile-Long Barracks which still stands today, the Pacific War Memorial, and the famous Malinta Tunnel where guests can experience the Light and Sound Multi-vision show.

From Manila, guests board a luxurious 300-seater ferry for a 1 hour trip to the island.

There, visitors board prewar-type streetcars called tranvias and brings them around the island fortress.

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