Ninoy Aquino Stadium - Manila
Ninoy Aquino Stadium is geographically located at latitude 14° 33' 51" North of the Equator and longitude 120° 59' 27" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of Philippines. The Ninoy Aquino Stadium was built in 1934 and is named after former Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. It hosted the volleyball tournament of the 1991 Southeast Asian Games and the Table Tennis tournament of the 2005 Southeast Asian Games. Ninoy Aquino Stadium has a capacity of about 6,000. It is by M. Adriatico, near Bagong Lipunan, near Leveriza, near Bautista, near Asuncion. The following locations related to it are represented by the nearest distances two points and may not be nearest by road.
Century Park Hotel is about 0.3km, Admiral Hotel is about 0.7km, Traders Hotel is about 0.7km, Royal Plaza Twin Towers is about 0.8km, Pearl Garden Hotel is about 1.1km. These are places to stay (hotel, service apartment, inn) located near Ninoy Aquino Stadium.
SM Harrison is about 0.2km, Harrison Plaza is about 0.3km, University Mall is about 0.4km, San Andres Market is about 0.6km, Robinsons Place Manila is about 1.6km. These are places to shop (shopping mall, shop houses) located near Ninoy Aquino Stadium.
Fort San Antonio de Abad is about 0.5km, Metropolitan Museum is about 0.6km, Manila City Museum is about 2.3km, Manila Ocean Park is about 2.6km, Global Fun Carnival is about 2.8km. These are places of interest (attraction) located near Ninoy Aquino Stadium.
De La Salle University is about 0.3km, De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde is about 0.4km, St. Scholastica's College is about 0.6km, Arellano University is about 0.7km, A Mabini High School is about 0.8km. These are places of learning (school, college, university) located near Ninoy Aquino Stadium.
Manila Zoo is about 0.3km, Cultural Center of the Philippines - ASEAN Park is about 0.7km, Remedios Circle is about 0.8km, National Paco Park is about 1.9km, Paco is about 2.1km. These are parks, playgrounds, open fields or commons located near Ninoy Aquino Stadium.