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Manila is also home to many of the tallest skyscrapers in the Philippines. The skyline of Manila is ranked second by a study conducted by Emporis, and third in Asia Pacific after Melbourne and Hong Kong respectively.The city has been historically described as one of the most densely populated cities on earth; however, due to its high degree of urbanization it can be considered a city-region rather than just an urban area or conurbation.. It was estimated that 1,200 people per square kilometer lived there in 2015.Manila's location on Manila Bay makes it vulnerable to floods and typhoons but also provides some protection against them due to its deep natural harbor—the only natural harbor close enough for use as entry point for large ships at any time except during El Niño years when Sulu Sea becomes too shallow even for small boats (see List below).