What could be more convenient for a Megacitizen in Metro Manila than living in a condominium with direct access to the Greenbelt Complex with its high-end restaurants, shops, and recreational facilities?
InterContinental Manila closed its doors in December 2015 to make way for a mixed use development.
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.
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.
Getting from A to B during the Philippine rainy season is no fun. As a little remedy for pedestrians, Makati City has developed a network of elevated and roofed walkways, connecting the shopping and entertainment area Ayala Center and the Central Business District (CBD).
Barcino is an authentic Spanish wine and tapas bar with a great selection and an interior in proper style.
Do not mistake this location for some place where you only have a quick coffee after enjoying an hour of art or historic artifacts in the Ayala Museum. The Museum Café – better known just as M Café – is a stylish Asian restaurant and one of Makati´s hottest nightlife spots.
Lusso stands for luxury, and that is what you get in this classy, amber-colored place.
Makati Medical Center (Makati Med) is a leading tertiary healthcare facility in the country that prides itself on its sophisticated facilities. The very principle of the hospital’s legacy is to provide quality healthcare for everyone – regardless of creed, economic status, or race. This said principle is what drove its founder Dr. Constantino P. Manahan along with other prominent Philippine doctors to build the hospital in the 1960s. Emergency Number (MakatiMed On Call) Tel: (632) 8888 999
Washington Sycip Park near Greenbelt mall is a quiet patch of green in Legaspi Village, Makati.
Ritual Organic Grocery sells a range of Filipino products coming from all over the country - from coffee produced in the Mountain Province to fish sauce from the southern parts of the Philippines. The shop recently moved from The Collective to Arnaiz Avenue, just a few minutes walk from Greenbelt.
For four days, Art Fair Philippines transformed the 6th floor of the car park 'The Link' in Makati into a big showroom for contemporary Philippine Art. 24 galleries from Metro Manila participated, including major ones like Manila Contemporary, Pablo, Silverlens and Finale Art File.
UPDATE: BAND SCHEDULE 15-31 NOW AVAILABLE: Hard Rock Cafe is world famous for its live music on stage, rock n' roll memorabilia on the wall and of course, good ol' American food. It's one of the few famous bars in the world that Filipinos are most familiar being a country that is very much into American pop culture. It came to Manila in 1995, becoming one of the most popular hangouts of the young and the young-at-heart.
For those who like their Sunday shopping tours more laid-back, Legazpi's open-air market is a welcome alternative to the nearby Greenbelt and Glorietta malls with their flashiness, noise, and crowds.
This seafood restaurant has become an institution in Manila since its first branch opened in 1975.
Cyma is a Greek restaurant where you will find the best of the Mediterranean delicacies that were invented in Hellas over the last 3000 years.
Myron´s Place is a gourmet restaurant that specializes on continental food.
Ma Maison had served „Japanese Western Food“, that is, Japanese fusion cuisine adapted to the Westerner's palate.
National Sports Grill combined the live broadcast of major sport events with a wide range of promos for food and drinks – a perfect place for sports fans and younger people.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce chose the day after the national holiday to conduct the 1st Canada Trade Fair in Makati City, a day dedicated to tightening business relations between the country and the Philippines.