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.
This HotSpot is conveniently located in the North-East of Makati and as such makes it a prime destination for after-work hours. No matter if you still have to wait for the traffic to decrease before heading home, looking for an informal meeting place or just relax or party after a contract has been signed: this HotSpot is what you need. Jupiter, Burgos, Kalayaan offers all you need for the above-mentioned and more. You want to relax first? Try a quick massage. Heading home later? Get some ice-cold beer while singing your heart out at the local karaoke bar. It's time for chill-out? Go to one of the Megacitizens' favorite hangout places in Metro Manila.
Quaint and dimly lit, Corner Tree Café is a great place for vegetarian comfort food. The café and restaurant serves a range of dishes inspired by the different cultures of the world.
With its high definition TVs and more than 40,000 English, Philippine, Korean, Japanese and 35,000 Chinese songs, Center Stage guarantees for perfect Karaoke nights - for Filipinos as well as for Megacitizens from Asia and the rest of the world.
Pino Resto Bar raises the bar in Filipino food dining by offering a fusion of local favorites from the different regions of the country. They also serve local, international and flavored beers.
Strumm's is arguably one of the best live music venues in Metro Manila. New visitors are easily electrified by the ambience of this stylish bar at Jupiter Street.
A business district is always busy, especially during the rush hours roughly 7 am - 10 am and 4.30 pm to 8 pm. Except avoiding to drive during those times, there are some more details gathered by our Megacities team that might help you to stay sane when driving in Makati.
Karaoke around the clock: the four Music 21 branches are open at least until five in the morning, and some even for 24 hours. The Family KTV welcomes adults and kids alike and provides a shuttle service for its patrons.
“Lutong Macau” in the vernacular means anything that is preconceived. Historians say that the phrase probably comes from the experience of locals with the Chinese from Macau when dining in their restaurants, where the cook usually prepares all ingredients way before the meal is ordered.
Legend of India is one of the newer restaurants on Jupiter Street. The place serves authentic Indian cuisine including a selection of desserts in their take out counter.
In addition to a common code of behaviour (do not hurt or insult people et cetera), the Megacity Manila features some rules and laws which might not be familiar to everyone. While a list of all social and cultural behaviours would definitely fill some pages (and it makes more fun to figure it out by yourself), MEGACITIZENS.com features the most important rules and laws which, when followed, prevent you from getting in trouble.
Pipino promises creative and 100% plant-based versions of Filipino dishes, coming in generous servings. And since recently they offer a food kit that ensures you get your daily dose of vegetarian meals delivered to your door during the week.