Hankering for a good book? Go straight to the National Library because entrance is now free! And they have free Wi-Fi too!
If you find shopping in Manila's malls too stressful or if you are looking for special deals and promos, the Internet offers quite some opportunities.
It’s time to go back to school kids! Take a look at what you should expect in Megacity Manila during this time of year.
The new school year always starts some time in June for public elementary schools and high schools in the Philippines. This 2016, classes in public schools start on June 13, Monday. Private schools, including Manila's international schools, are free to start their classes any time in June or August.
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The Goethe Institute is the German Cultural Centre. It offers language courses, organizes events and runs a library for German books and movies.
The Filipinas Heritage Library celebrates Filipino history, art and culture through its rare collection of books, manuscripts, photographs, and music albums. It was the country’s first library to digitize its archives.
You will hardly find a book lover in Manila who does not as well love the Fully Booked branch in Bonifacio High Street, the biggest book store in the country.
Bookworms of all ages and backgrounds are flocking to the SMX Convention Center this week for the 34th Manila International Book Fair.
Raffles Makati and National Book Store present the first ever Philippine Literary Festival featuring international bestselling and award-winning authors Amy Tan and Chang-Rae Lee from October 23 to 25, 2014 at the Raffles Makati.
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August is "Buwan ng Wika", the National Language Month. Megacitizens.com gives you some hard facts about the Filipino language, information on where to learn it, and a list of essential of and phrases to survive in the Megacity.
The Dia del Libro 2014 at the Instituto Cervantes was smaller than in the last years. Nevertheless, many visitors still came to look for Spanish books, watch Spanish movies, and eat tortilla or paella.
The International Book Day is the annual holiday for all the bookworms around the globe. If you love literature and poetry, do not miss the Dia del Libro, a book fair and cultural event organized by the Instituto Cervantes!
Siesta feeling on a hot Saturday afternoon in April. People are sitting on the rich green grass of Bonifacio High Street, listening to a multilingual poetry recitation or browsing in newly bought books, while a guitarist plays flamenco music in the background. Instituto Cervantes has invited to the yearly Dia del Libro (International Book Day) and booklovers as well as fans of Spanish culture flock to the Fort.