Mabuhay Germany is back, this year with the theme “In Motion”. The 2-day festival features the most comprehensive showcase of German products, services, tradition and culture in the Philippines. Mabuhay Germany 2017 will give a sensorial immersion and provide the Filipino community with a taste of Germany, a world leader in technology, engineering and innovation.
Eating and Drinking like home? At least if you are coming from Europe or Northern America, this promise can be fulfilled. As shown in our HotSpot section, there are a lot of good restaurants featuring international cuisine. Even if you don't like to go out, you can have a more Western lunch or dinner.
Rice is the Philippines' all-day basic food, even for breakfast making it difficult to find fresh bread right at the next street corner. This can make it hard for Megacitizens from countries like Germany, Switzerland, and France to get up in the morning. But don't fret because there are actually several bakery chains that provide Metro Manila with delicious whole grain breads, baguettes, and other baked goods.
There are several international high schools which offer internationally recognized International Baccalaureate Programme (IB) and/or Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Take a look at our list of international high schools here.
Looking for a good kindergarten for your toddler? There are a lot of good kindergartens in the Megacity that adhere to international standards and have English-speaking teachers. Take a look at our guide.
Looking for a good school for the kids? Metro Manila has a number of internationally-accredited schools to choose from. Whether you are looking for a good kindergarten or a reputable elementary school, the Megacity has several options for you.
Established in January of 1906, the German Club Manila traces its roots from Casino Union, a loose association of German-speaking expats formed some time in 1880. It is one of the oldest clubs formed by foreigners in the Philippines.
Since 2008, GPCCI has been supporting business relations between Germany and the Philippines. It connects companies and professionals from both countries and offers a wide range of information and consulting services regarding opportunities, economic development, outsourcing, marketing, and more.
The German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (GPCCI) will hold its annual Summer Networking Night on Wednesday, 25 May 2016. Join the German-Philippine Business Community for a night of international networking at the beautiful Skye Lounge, located on the Roofdeck of W Highstreet Building in BGC.
The Goethe Institute is the German Cultural Centre. It offers language courses, organizes events and runs a library for German books and movies.
Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Bavarian cuisine, meaning heaps of sausages, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut and other savory delicacies. Dine like the Teutons and combine a heavy meal with several half-liters of freshly tapped wheat beer. The resto has three branches in Metro Manila, namely in the business and shopping districts of Ortigas, Makati and, since recently, BGC.
Wursty Wursty is all about German comfort food, offering traditional dishes such as Schnitzel as well as German-Mediterranean fast food like Doner and Kebab at affordable prices.
With its theme “Connect Now”, Mabuhay Germany 2015 successfully gathered the German-Philippine community to a festive weekend showcasing German culture, food and business.
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.
Goethe is pleased to present to you their new A Visual Tour through German Literature film series every Wednesday. From Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to Erich Kaestner to Daniel Kehlmann: in their new film series „A Visual Tour Through German Literature“ they present various film adaptations from classic to contemporary literature.
Tired of buying new gallons of expensive purified water every other day? Lux water purification systems provide you with drinkable water right from the tap.
The German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) invited to an initial get-together of the Young Professionals Group.
The Philippines' biggest beer fest is back! As every year, thousands of people will be served with savory German cuisine, free flowing beer, and Bavarian live music during the two-day Oktoberfest at the Sofitel Manila.
"Vom Fass" is German for "from the cask", and that is how the delicacies at this little store are served. The two branches in Metro Manila have a wide, constantly changing selection of liquors, oils, vinegars, and whiskeys, sold straight from the barrel per 100 ml.
Just in time for the Fifa World Cup, the Goethe Institute in Makati City is showing a series of German football films at its Wednesday Movie Nights .
The traditional beer fest promotes camaraderie among the Filipinos and Germans. Come and enjoy Bavarian specialties, free floating beer, and upbeat folk music with thousands of guests.
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.
You know you are attending a great party when people are dancing on benches and tables. The Megacitizens team joined the 75th Oktoberfest of the German Club Manila in Sofitel Philippine Plaza.
Spätzle are egg noodles, a popular side dish in parts of central Europe. They are not only the name giver but also the specialty of the Spätzle Euro Market Cafe in Shangri-La Mall.