Strictly speaking, The Landmark it is not a mall but a large department store, selling you clothing, household goods and other every day items for a very reasonable price. Affordable products and the location in the very middle of Makati's shopping district make this department store the top choice for many of Manila's shoppers.
Home to the headquarters of many banks and major companies, some call it the Wall Street of the Philippines: Ayala Avenue is the main road of Makati's business district, framed by flashy skyscrapers on both sides of the road.
The Bureau of Immigration has its main office in Intramuros, Manila City. Hundreds of foreigners and Filipinos go there everyday to extend visas, get clearances, or change their residence status. Here is the Megacitizens survival guide for the Bureau of Immigration.
Manila's Chinese Community has its own cemetery. Visitors of this extraordinary place do not only find splendid mausoleums, temples and monuments, but also learn a lot about the history and culture of the 'Chinoys'.
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.
Providing space for thousands of guests, the new Globe Circuit Events Ground is a unique location for open-air concerts, sport events, fashion shows, and cultural performances.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) is a well-known source of culture and art. It is proud to host some of the most astonishing and beautiful stage performances in the country e.g. the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra and the Phantom of the Opera.
Though still hidden behind a high fence, some parts of Makati's new entertainment and lifestyle district are already open to the public - as the Megacitizens.com team found out during a visit.