Metro Manila · Clubs & Lounges
Even though Manila is not anymore as famous for its nightlife as it used to be, there are still awesome clubs where you can dance the night away. In the clubs you'll mostly find an upper class and / or international crowd which moves rhythmically to the latest beats from the United States. As a general dress code, we would recommend smart-casual-sexy. Most clubs also offer reservations for tables where the price is consumable.
Trance legend Paul van Dyk is coming to the Philippines. Together with local DJs he will rock the crowd at this year's electronic dance festival Dreamland in Manila and Cebu.
Lounge in Tomas Morato is one of the old timers in the area. Apart from being a happening place for those who want to have a few drinks while listening to live music, the place has established itself as a great venue for parties and functions.
Katsu Japanese Grill combines Japanese cuisine with lounge atmosphere. Since recently they also serve lunch.
Scarlet is a lounge bar for VIPs and everybody who fancies a good drink in a sophisticated atmosphere.
Dress up and get ready to party under dozens of disco balls at Amber Ultra Lounge.
With its classical architecture, retro furniture and continental and international cuisine, Café 1771 seems like a little piece of old Europe amongst the Skyscrapers of the Ortigas Business District. The cafe was under renovation for a certain time but reopened on October 5th, 2015.
Mbargo is the latest hip and happening place to hit Bonifacio Global City. It is the first ever luxury club of Strumms Holdings, one of Singapore’s leading nightlife and entertainment groups, in Manila.