Effectively a small suburb dedicated to the dead, this cemetery has streets lined with imposing mausoleums -- some even with air-conditioning, bathrooms and kitchens. Established because the Spanish would not allow Chinese settlers to be buried in Catholic graveyards, the cemetery is testament to the wealth of parts of the Chinese community. To this day, many of the city's richest families have mixed Chinese and Filipino heritage (widely known as chinoy, after the term pinoy, used by Filipinos to describe themselves). Bring sunscreen and a hat.