Corregidor Island, located at the entrance of Manila Bay in the Philippine Archipelago, played an important role in the Republic’s liberation in World War II. It was fortified with coastal artillery and ammunition magazines. Today, it serves as a memorial to the Filipino, American, and Japanese soldiers who fought, served, and lost their lives in the island.
To get to Corregidor, visitors take a boat ride.
The guided tour of the island will bring visitors to ruins of military offices, barracks, WW II weapons, monuments, museums, the lighthouse, and a tunnel that served as refuge during the Japanese attack.