Bel-Air is regularly voted the cleanest and greenest barangay (neighborhood) in Makati City. The subdivision is known for its good community life, with numerous cultural events and festivities throughout the year. The Bel-Air Village Community Center houses a post office, a clinic, a gym, and several function rooms.
The French Chamber of Commerce promotes French business interests in the Philippines and likewise the Philippines in France. Formed in 1988, Le Club FCC is composed of French and French-speaking executives and of businessmen with ties to France or French companies.
The American Women's Club of the Philippines (AWCP) is an organization of Americans and spouses of American citizens residing in the Philippines. The Club promotes and fosters American cultural values in its activities while celebrating the diversity of an international community.
Mothers and Darlings (MADS) is a great way for both children and parents to meet new friends and ease into life in Manila.
Initiated in 1902 and incorporated in 1920, AmCham Philippines is the oldest American Chamber abroad. It has 23 standing committees and two foundations that cover all aspects of business and industry to promote American-Philippine relations.
The Megacitizens Stammtisch is an event where Megacitizens from all backgrounds come together and discuss life in the Megacity. Want to join? No, problem, just drop by!
The Philippine Summer is almost over and rainy season is announcing itself with the first scattered showers. Time for one more Megacitizens Stammtisch Meeting in pleasant weather.
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See something funny, amazing or just really "Pinoy" (typical Filipino)? Just snap a quick picture, send it to us, and win a Megacitizens Manila Mug!
With its theme “Connect Now”, Mabuhay Germany 2015 successfully gathered the German-Philippine community to a festive weekend showcasing German culture, food and business.
"Quick Escapes" was the topic of the first "Stammtisch" Meeting in 2015, and Manila's Megacitizens had a lot travel tips to share.
It is time for the first Megacitizens „Stammtisch“ Meeting 2015. Newcomers and Manila experts alike are welcome to join our casual get-together at Le Cafe Curieux, Makati City.
Clubs & Networks are a perfect opportunities to get in touch and stay connected with like-minded people in the Megacity. Here we list organizations and associations that target an international crowd and revolve around a common theme, such as culture, sports, business, charity, or just bringing together people from the same country.
What are the yearly event highlights for the expats and Megacitizens of Metro Manila? The Megacitizens "Stammtisch" Meeting in September will discuss this and other questions concerning the good life in the Philippines at Le Cafe Curieux, Makati City.
Rest and relaxation was the topic of the Megacitizens Stammtisch this August held at Mbargo Lounge in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
The upcoming Megacitizens "Stammtisch" Meeting is a chance to find out more about Manila's hidden gems. Come and join our casual get-together for the expats and citizens of Metro Manila on Tuesday, July 29.
The coming rainy season was the big issue of the June Stammtisch. Fortunately the weather was good when expats and Megacitizens from all over Metro Manila met to exchange their stories of sudden floods and overpriced umbrellas.
Join an international crowd for mango shakes, San Mig Light, and some sizzling bar food at the Megacitizens Stammtisch meeting next Tuesday, June 24, at Giligan's in Makati!
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!
Megacitizens from as far away as Brazil and Germany braved the heat in April to join the Megacitizen Stammtisch. They enjoyed cool drinks in the outside area of Giligan´s and talked about everything under the sun.
Expo Mom is where the modern and active mothers of Metro Manila meet to connect and check out the latest products for parents and babies.
When it smells of Glühwein and Bratwurst and students sing “Neunundneunzig Luftballons” in the heart of Fort Bonifacio, it can only mean that the Mabuhay Germany celebration is on. Since 2008, the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) has been organizing this annual event along Bonifacio High Street. It aims to give the perfect blend of serious business, exciting cultural events and fun-filled family activities - all during one sunny weekend.
The Dia del Libro 2014 at the Instituto Cervantes was smaller than in the last years. Nevertheless, many visitors still came to look for Spanish books, watch Spanish movies, and eat tortilla or paella.
The Megacitizens Stammtisch is a monthly get-together for expats and citizens of Manila. The main topic of the March Stammtisch was community life and networking in real life and online.