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Things To Do in Corregidor during the CIHM

What do you do before and after the race in Corregidor?

Choose what suits you most or do everything on that weekend!

1. Do the island guided tour on the tranvia. For P250 only, runners and their guests can get to visit the exciting historical landmarks around the island.



Visit the Pacific War Memorial and the Museum. On display are World War II memorabilia. From this area, the Topside, you get a magnificent view of the island’s tail side.

Battery Way

Since Corregidor island is strategically located on the mouth of the Manila Bay, it was used as an island-fortress by the Spaniards, Americans and later on the Japanese. Much of the heavy artillery batteries are still standing today.

2. Watch the Malinta Tunnel Light and Sound Show.


Did you know that during World War II the Malinta Tunnel was the Office of President Manuel L. Quezon and Gen. Douglas McArthur? At the same time it was a military headquarters, armory, barracks and a 1,000 bed hospital.

Discover more interesting facts about the tunnel during the show. The show costs P150 per head.


4. Attend the carbo-loading dinner party.

Dinner party stubs are sold at P100 only. Load up on much needed energy for the race. Also get the chance to join the would-be conquerors of Corregidor in a ceremonial bonfire.

location of carbo-loading party

5. Take the Malinta Tunnel Lateral Night Tour

Day trippers miss out on this part of the island tour. Get to enter into the Malinta Tunnel Laterals and do some ghost hunting! Spooky!


6. Party the night away with SESSION ROAD during the Victory Party. Participants during the party get the chance to win exciting prizes including a 3 days, 2 nights stay at the Two Seasons Boracay and gift certificates from Sun Cruises.


location of victory party

7. Sing all you want at McArthur Cafe


They also have a billiard table available for rent.

8. Hit the beach or Corregidor Inn pool and have a picnic.


9. Do the ROCKet Zip Line


10. Chillax and take lots of photos.


Admire the Manila Bay sunset on one of the islands vantage points.

December 5, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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