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Intramuros tourists given free rides on e-scooters

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Visitors to Intramuros are given the chance to explore the heritage site onboard e-scooters.

The Intramuros Administration in their Facebook page announced that the public can borrow GrabWheels E-scooters starting Friday.

They can avail of this service from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for free from Tuesday to Sunday until December 2019 by going to the booth located in front of the Manila Cathedral.

Anyone can borrow a scooter by presenting a valid government or school ID and can use it for a maximum time of two hours.


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