Manila Baywalk attracts not only runners and joggers, but bikers as well. (Image: Fun Ride)
The Manila Baywalk is not only a place to watch the famous Manila sunset, but also where runners and joggers go to work on their fitness, especially on Sunday morning. Free aerobics and Tai Chi classes are also held at this two-kilometer seaside promenade.
In January 2016, the Department of Tourism and the Department of Public Works and Highways completed renovation of the area of Roxas Boulevard covering Rizal Park to the Manila Yacht Club. This makeover has made the place look more pleasant. Dedicated lanes for pedestrians and bikers have been added as well for the convenience of the public.
Operating hours: 24/7
Entrance fee: None