McKinley Hill is one of the centrally planned developments in Fort Bonifacio, housing offices of many major BPO companies as well as a still growing number of condominium towers. The Tuscany Private Estates and the Venice Piazza give the place a Mediterranean flair.
Football, soccer, basketball, boxing: Skinny Mike's shows it all on several screens. The bar in Fort Bonifacio is open 24/7, making it popular among sports fans and nighthawks alike.
Emperador Stadium, with its wide, open space, artificial grass, and blinding flood lights, is the best spot to watch or play football in Manila. The stadium is always alive with balls, lights, music, and cheers.
Bonifacio Global City still has the luxury of space and green areas. The parks Track 30th and Terra 28th is the place to go to in BGC if you would like to jog or go to the playground with the kids.
Pole dancing is deceiving as a sport and dance. While the movements seem to defy the laws of gravity, it is gravity that you have to befriend and understand to master dance. Awareness of how the body works can make all the difference.
If you are looking for a new fitness workout while having fun at the same time, try Flying Trapeze Philippines located just behind the football turf on the corner of 34th street and 9th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City.
SM Aura Premier in Fort Bonifacio is the first SM Mall in Taguig City, the 13th in Metro Manila and the 47th in the Philippines. The architecture of this mall is a major highlight.
St. Luke’s Medical Center is a premiere tertiary hospital that provides expert medical care. It was established in 1903 in Quezon City. The hospital is deemed one of the best in the Philippines and recognized as a leader in healthcare services in Asia.
C-5 is a 32.5 kilometers long circumferential artery road that connects the north and the south of Metro Manila, which makes it an important alternative to the always-congested EDSA. C-5 is actually a network of roads and bridges that is still being extended.
Located in the hip dining complex at The Fort, Rastro sits alongside a number of restaurants that serve international cuisine. While its neighbor Cantinetta offers authentic Italian cooking, Rastro serves authentic Spanish food in real huge servings – one order is enough for two or more.
When the construction of the Forbes Town Center was finished, it immediately came alive with new restaurants. This includes the newly rebranded Henry’s Place by Good Earth formerly known as Good Earth.
A quaint bar located in Burgos Circle, one of Taguig’s most frequented nightlife spots, Rue Bourbon is a wonderful place for drinking sessions and sampling good food.
This gigantic store is a paradise not only for workmen but for everybody who wants to improve his/her home or needs new furniture.
Mabuhay Germany is the biggest German-Philippine event in the country, a blend of business, culture and fun-filled family activities. This year's motto is "Connect Now!", and that is what it is all about: connecting business people with potential partners, distributors with customers, and - last not least - Germans and Filipinos.
As much as 30 galleries are showcasing their art at SMX Aura Convention Center this week to support new talents, celebrate icons, establish networks, and advance art appreciation into the cultural mainstream.
Mr. Wolf and Mr. Fox invites you to join a Halloween Pub Quiz. How in touch are you with your creepy side?
The German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) invited to an initial get-together of the Young Professionals Group.
Mbargo is the latest hip and happening place to hit Bonifacio Global City. It is the first ever luxury club of Strumms Holdings, one of Singapore’s leading nightlife and entertainment groups, in Manila.
Rest and relaxation was the topic of the Megacitizens Stammtisch this August held at Mbargo Lounge in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
Katsu Japanese Grill combines Japanese cuisine with lounge atmosphere. Since recently they also serve lunch.
S&R is a "membership-shopping club" and wholesale market that caters to businesses as well as individuals. The five branches in Metro Manila offer a wide selection of imported and local goods, many of them in value packed sizes.
The Manila American Cemetery and Memorial is the largest overseas American cemetery. Thousands of World War II soldiers are burried here, and many more commemorated, as their names are written in the stonewalls of the war memorial.