Metro Manila · Clubs & Networks
Clubs & Networks are a perfect opportunity to get in touch and stay connected with similar-minded people in the Megacity. While Megacities provides you with a large online community, you might also find it helpful to meet some people for a coffee in real-life. Those clubs and networks normally revolve around a common theme such as development (Rotary Club) or bring together people from the same country (German Club).
They offer different activities. Some host presentations and workshops, others invite you to soccer and football sessions whereas others engage you to put up some hours for a good cause. It is really worth checking them out and see what they have to offer. Most of them don't mind you going there and joining one of their meetings.
The British Women's Association presents itself as "an international group, with members from 22 nations" that is based in Manila. BWA's website says, "Join us to meet other friendly people, to take up a new hobby or to become involved in supporting local charities."
Established in January of 1906, the German Club Manila traces its roots from Casino Union, a loose association of German-speaking expats formed some time in 1880. It is one of the oldest clubs formed by foreigners in the Philippines.
The Goethe Institute is the German Cultural Centre. It offers language courses, organizes events and runs a library for German books and movies.
Tracing its history back to 1914, Nomad Sports Club is the hometo the British community in Manila. The club offers a number of sports activities for Megacitizens.
'Instituto Cervantes is a worldwide non-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. It is the largest organization in the world dedicated to the teaching of the Spanish language and to increasing knowledge about Spanish and Hispanic culture.'