Hotspot Area: Manila City
Before Makati became the central business district of Megacity Manila, it was the city of Manila (which is one of the cities within Metro Manila) that served as the business hub. In the heart of Manila lies Malate, a cozy and somewhat graciously aged part of the city. Malate has everything that you need for an enjoyable night out with the guys or gals.
Sumptuous seafood dishes, a relaxing ambiance, and cultural shows every single night are the very combination that makes dining at Zamboanga Restaurant special.
Manila's Chinatown Binondo is situated in Manila City, in one of the oldest parts of the Megacity. Historically, there has been a strong Chinese influence on the Philippines, starting with trade relations centuries ago. Manila's Chinatown is in fact considered the oldest in the world.
Museo Pambata, the Children’s Museum on Roxas Boulevard believes in making learning fun. Known for its hands-on exhibits, this museum has a lot of things to offer to children ages 10 and below.
Cowboy Grill is one of Malate's old timers when it comes to entertainment. Many still go to Cowboy Grill on Remedios St and that of Ermita to listen to live music, drink a few beers and just have fun.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) invites all music aficionados to a week-long festival in July, featuring the various orchestras and symphonic bands in the country.