Sitting right in the heart of Malate, the luxury 376-room hotel offers five-star service and amenities. Aside from being located in one of Manila's most popular entertainment destinations, the hotel is also just a few steps away from the capital's historical attractions.
The Rizal Stadium started operations in 1934. It houses the Philippine National Football Team (the Azkals), the United Football League, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The stadium has been host to many international events ever since.
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.
Established in the 1970s when the art community in Manila dominated this part of town, Café Adriatico is still as artsy as it was decades ago.
Malate´s Hostel 1632 is a well-equipped hotel ideal for those who come to the Megacity for its nightlife and for the tourist attractions.
The city of Manila - which is located in the Megacity with the same name - has previously been the business district of the Metro region and as such has a lot to offer for Megacitizens - until today. It . Today, our Megacities team visited the Hotspot Chinatown and the Hotdot Malate and presents to you a unique view into the 'old town' - a stark contrast to the glamorous parts of the Megacity such as Makati or The Fort.
Bedrock is one of Malate’s most popular bars. Although there have been many changes in Malate in the past few years with many of Bedrock’s neighbors losing business, Bedrock, along with other Adriatico Street’s old-timers, still stands.
Home to over 106 species, the Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden is a place where one can observe Philippine flora and fauna and a number of other animals from other parts of the world.
"Money makes the world go round". Philippine money, like other currencies, started out as gold, but at the Money Museum in Manila, there is more to it than that. The museum in the Philippine Central Bank is dedicated to the evolution of the country’s currency, the Philippine peso.
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.
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.
Quaint and romantic, the rather secluded Casa Armas offers fans of Spanish cuisine a respite from the business of Malate. The tapas bar was nominated in 2010 for the Manila’s Best Kept Restaurant Secrets Awards.
Malate – the backpacker´s haven of the city.