5 Interesting Finds in Malacañang Palace of the North, Paoay, Ilocos Norte

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     Malacañang Palace of the North in Paoay, Ilocos Norte is an imitation of the real Malacañang Palace in Metro Manila. Both have grand architectures, antique furnitures, elegant chandeliers, and an overlooking view of body of waters. It was built by the Philippine Tourism Authority in 1977 for President Ferdinand Marcos’ 60th birthday.

      Currently, Malacañang Palace of the North is maintained as a museum for President Marcos and his family’s memorabilia. Entrance fee is only 1USD or 50 philippine pesos. Here are our 5 Interesting Finds in Malacañang Palace of the North in Paoay, Ilocos Norte!


1.) Portraits painted by National Artists

Portrait of First Lady Imelda Marcos
Portrait of President Ferdinand Marcos
Portrait of Ferdinand Marcos
Portrait of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.



2.)  Elegant Chandeliers




3.) Info on Previous Projects of the Late President Marcos

    I did not know that President Ferdinand Marcos was the first President to connect the Philippines from Luzon to Visayas to Mindanao thru the Pan-Philippine Highway.




4.) President’s study room

     One of my dreams is to be the President of the Philippines. It is so inspiring to have visited this study room!



5.) Pictures with Great Leaders

     In these old pictures, you will be proud to be a Filipino as our leaders of that time Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos are ‘very well dressed to impress’

Meet up with Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan
Meet up with President Suharto and First Lady Siti Hartinah
Meet up with Russian President Leonid Brezhnev
Meet up with Communist Party Leader Mao Zedong


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