If you'd rather work for yourself than for others, there is always the option to set up a company and start your own business. Making use of your experience and skills and offering them in a foreign Megacity might be an opportunity for many Megacitizens to start a new chapter in life.
Golf is a popular sport among the higher middle class and the upper class in Manila, among Filipinos and expats alike. In fact, some of the few green spots you see on the city map are not parks but vast golf courses, accessible only to members or paying guests.
Handlebar is the venue for bikers and rockers in Makati. If you do not possess a motorcycle and leather vest, there are still enough reasons to check it out, as it offers live music, sports TV, and perhaps the longest happy hour in Metro Manila.
Playing football on blue artificial grass might take a little getting used to at first, but the Gatorade Chelsea Blue Pitch at Circuit Makati is arguably one of the best football fields in Metro Manila.
The Zone is a huge sports hall with 15 badminton courts and one basketball court. It is open for members and non-members.
Alphaland Makati Place is composed of three residential towers, a members-only City Club, and an upscale mall.
Makati Sports Club is deemed an urban oasis located in the midst of the Makati Central Business District. It features diverse facilities both for business and leisure, making the first proprietary stock, non-profit sports club in the country a great place to go to.
Established in the 1940s, Forbes Park is one of the oldest and most prestigious gated communities of Metro Manila.
Clubs & Networks are a perfect opportunities to get in touch and stay connected with like-minded people in the Megacity. Here we list organizations and associations that target an international crowd and revolve around a common theme, such as culture, sports, business, charity, or just bringing together people from the same country.
Mbargo is the latest hip and happening place to hit Bonifacio Global City. It is the first ever luxury club of Strumms Holdings, one of Singapore’s leading nightlife and entertainment groups, in Manila.
S&R is a "membership-shopping club" and wholesale market that caters to businesses as well as individuals. The five branches in Metro Manila offer a wide selection of imported and local goods, many of them in value packed sizes.
Dress up and get ready to party under dozens of disco balls at Amber Ultra Lounge.
The Megacity is famous for its nightlife. Even though movies such as 'Hangover' were shot in Bangkok, stories like that can easily happen to you in Manila. Of course, Manila also offers more wholesome activities such as billiards, karaoke and going to the movies. Megacities would be nothing without featuring the best bars and restaurants to hang out in within our HotSpots.
Absinthe Productions and Eight Mobile Bar invite all of you Megacitizens to take part in the event "The Aftermath, Shake for a Cause". This event aims to help the unfortunate Bohol earthquake victims.
Last Sunday, German expats and other Megacitizens from all over Metro Manila met in Legaspi Village to watch the country's general election, the Bundestagswahl, on TV. The German Club Manila had invited members as well as non-members to the 'Election Night'.
Trance legend Paul van Dyk is coming to the Philippines. Together with local DJs he will rock the crowd at this year's electronic dance festival Dreamland in Manila and Cebu.
Recently launched Club Haze has good chances to become the new No.1 address for house and trance music in Manila.