While enjoying sweet Leche Flan and San Miguel Apple, Megacitizens from Brazil, Panama, Germany, and the Philippines exchanged the best ideas for free time activites in and around Manila.
Just a few more days until the next Megacitizens Stammtisch! Join our casual and international get-together with expats, professionals, and citizens of Manila this Tuesday, May 27!
For those who like their Sunday shopping tours more laid-back, Legazpi's open-air market is a welcome alternative to the nearby Greenbelt and Glorietta malls with their flashiness, noise, and crowds.
New organizers, new location: the country's annual balloon festival has been relocated from Clark Airport to Lubao, Pampanga. After it was announced last year that the Balloon Festival at Clark would be cancelled this time, an alternative event has been set up for April 10 to 13, 2014.
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.
Manila stands for recreation for body and soul. In our November Newsletter, we would like to present to you various ways of enjoying a laid-back life in the Megacity.
'My credo back then was: if I don't get out of the city every two- to three weeks, I go nuts'
The Kansai Airport serves the three cities Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe, which together form the Keihanshin Metropolitan Region with nearly 20 million people. The airport is the door to Japan for visitors from the Philippines, but most tourists will go straight to Kyoto: with dozens of temples, palaces and shrines, 14 of them declared as World Heritage Sites, the country´s former capital is a treasure box of Japanese culture and history.