If you have this need for speed but don't wna to travel outside of Megacity Manila to race, head to City Kart Racing in Circuit Makati.
Dealing with the heavy traffic is a major challenge for Megacitizens in Manila. The metropolitan authorities try to reduce traffic through a number coding scheme. Effects of the coding scheme are cancelled out though because of the growing number of car owners in the metro. Here is what you should know about the traffic situation in the National Capital Region, why it is so bad and what else the authorities are doing about it.
If you are going to make Manila your home for a couple of years or so, you should consider getting your own car. Here is all you need to know: special traffic rules, where to buy or rent a car, and how to find a good driver.
America’s biggest family entertainment spectacular! First time ever in Manila!
Do you like oldtimers or have a kid that is crazy about fire trucks? Then you should pay a visit to the Makati Central Fire Station.
In this night of passion and compassion, proceeds go to Plan International in their effort to rebuild schools destroyed by Yolanda.
If you have enough of endless taxi lines, old vehicles, and choosy drivers, you should try out Uber. The company connects passengers with private drivers via its mobile app - easy, safely, and quickly.
"Don't drive here!", a Discovery Channel show that did a feature on Manila said of the traffic situation in the Megacity. Undeniably, amid the traffic caused by a surplus of autos in the road and the wreck of transport organization in the Philippines, a car is still the fastest way to get around from point A to point B in the Megacity. And for the transcendent Megacitizens in Manila, the solution is either the famous taxi cabs or a second-hand car.