Metro Manila · Resorts World
Resorts World Manila (RWM) is an integrated resort come tourist hub inspired by the success of Resorts World Genting in Malaysia. There is so much to do and only so little time. Resorts World is more of an entertainment temple than a conventional mall.
About the Mall
RWM is popular to Metro Manila residents who would like to get away from the stressful hustle and bustle of the city. Breaking new ground in the resorts market, RWM combines lodging brands, swanky restaurants, gaming facilities, theatre entertainment, posh nightlife, and luxury shopping in one destination.
The main attraction RWM is known first and foremost is its casino. The casino floor allows you to gamble and play all the games and with all the machines you can imagine. Just make sure you bring a valid ID especially if you are a first time customer. You would still need to get a membership card though. This membership card is required to start high rolling.
The second main attraction is its 'flatrate' cinema. One of the theatres charges a slightly higher price than usual but offers free refillable popcorn (different flavors) and free refillable soda (different kinds) just by pressing the button in your private lounge. Private lounge? Well, a bit exaggerated perhaps, but the cozy couple armchairs with reclining function are just top of the line – it feels like home but a bit more awesome.
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Location And How To Get There
Resorts World is located right across NAIA Terminal 3.
Newport Boulevard, Pasay City
Tel: (63) 2 908 88 33
You can go the Resorts World by car, cab or shuttle service. There is no problem finding a cab going back to Makati. To escape traffic, always take the Skyway. Find an extensive List of Bus Shuttles from Airport and other places all over the Megacity here.
Guide for Megacitizens
Taxis Line and Parking
Parking is available. Hail a cab at the main entrance of the Mall.
Movies and Entertainment
Monday to Sunday: 10 am – 1 am
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries-old ties with China, Tsinoys (Chinese Filipinos) are always looking forward to it as well. Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity!