Metro Manila · Latest Galleries (Pictures & Videos)
The skyline of Makati City in the early evening. See how city and sky change their colors within three hours from 5.45 to 8.30 pm, compressed in one minute. The timelapse video was shot from a highrise building in Mandaluyong City.
Dance shows top-billed by famous actresses or personalities are one of the newest trends in Philippine TV. Our videos show the taping of 'Marian', a tv show aired by GMA Network.
Wakeboarding is a sport that combines elements of water skiing, snow boarding and surfing. One of the wakeboard instructors in Lago de Oro, Batangas, accepted our request to show his moves on this sport.
Seen from above, Manila appears to be an endless sea of little houses, with the high-rising skylines of the business districts shooting out here and there.
On their first concert in Manila, the Youtube superstars Sam Tsui and Kurt Hugo Schneider were welcomed with open arms by their Philippine fans. They had two shows in the SMX Convention Center on June 25 and 26, 2014. The American pop duo, which rose to fame with cover songs, mash ups and medleys, was supported by Philippine singer Rita de Guzman.
The Megacitizens "Stammtisch" is an opportunity for expats and citizens of Metro Manila to come together, enjoy some drinks, and talk about everything under the Philippine sun. Check out our photo gallery with impressions from more than one year of Stammtisch meetings.
What could be better after a long and stressful work week than to work out? Metro Manila offers almost any kind of sport - from football and basketball to golf and ice skating. And just outside Manila you find countless opportunities for water sports, hiking, and more. Here is our picture gallery on sports in Manila and the Philippines.
Strolling through the Legazpi Sunday Market is a popular weekend activity, especially among the expats and Megacitizens who live in the surrounding condominiums of Legazpi Village and Salcedo Village. The market offers a wide range of locally produced cosmetics, arts, handicrafts, and delicious food.
The Legazpi Sunday Market in Makati offers a wide range of locally produced cosmetics, arts, and handicrafts. But the main reason to visit it are certainly the homemade delicacies from all over the Philippines, Asia, and the rest of the world.
A view over the gated community of Bel Air Village and - in the background - the glitzy skyline of Salcedo Village. The video was taken from the outdoor dining area of the Century City Mall in Kalayaan Street.
At the interactive and atmospheric Mind Museum in Fort Bonifacio, children and adults alike can experience the fascinating world of science with all their senses.
See what the Mind Museum has in store to introduce its visitors to the fascinating world of science: interactive machines, robots, a T-Rex skeleton, a hair-raising electrostatic globe, and hundreds of other educating and entertaining items.
Baguio City is one of the most popular holiday destinations during the hot summer months. Our video shows the the ridge at Mines View Park, The Mansion,horseback riding in Wright Park, and leisure activities in Burnham Park.
The Guadalupe Bridge is one of the busiest bridges in Metro Manila. This is where EDSA crosses the Pasig River, connecting the cities of Makati and Mandaluyong. EDSA - or Epifanio de los Santos Avenue - is one of the main roads of Metro Manila, traversing the Megacity from North to South. Walking along EDSA, as we did for this video, should actually be avoided, considering the exhaust gases, the constant noise, and the heat. Even for short distances you should rather get a cab or take one of the crowded trains and buses.
Check out our mouth-watering picture gallery of Filipino delicacies: savory meat dishes such as adobo and lechon, fresh seafood from the wet market, rice cake and other sweet desserts, and crazy street food like balot and isaw.