February 14 is that day of the year when dating gets a bit more flowery, sweet and cheesy than usual. The Megacity is all romantic with red signs everywhere, special offers and couples walking hand-in-hand through the streets. Valentine's Day is celebrated big time in Manila.
Pole dancing is deceiving as a sport and dance. While the movements seem to defy the laws of gravity, it is gravity that you have to befriend and understand to master dance. Awareness of how the body works can make all the difference.
This sport is surely unusual in a tropical country like the Philippines. Whether you miss that winter feeling during Christmas season or you just want to try some new activity, there is no better place to go than the SM Ice Skating Rink.
Featuring a float competition, dance parade, and a beauty pageant, the annual Aliwan Fiesta is rightfully dubbed as "The Mother of Festivals" in the Philippines. Participants come from all over the archipelago to represent their region and show the cultural diversity of the country.
Lounge in Tomas Morato is one of the old timers in the area. Apart from being a happening place for those who want to have a few drinks while listening to live music, the place has established itself as a great venue for parties and functions.
Sumptuous seafood dishes, a relaxing ambiance, and cultural shows every single night are the very combination that makes dining at Zamboanga Restaurant special.
In a spacious, cool and tropical setting, Aracama serves finest Philippine cuisine while DJs play lounge and dance music.
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.
Craving for Culture? The Cultural Centre of the Philippines (CCP) is home to the nation's artistic and cultural performances and exhibitions. It is often the venue for musical performances, plays, painting exhibitions, and film showings.
Brazilians know how to celebrate wherever they go. The yearly Brazilipinas is a big Rio-style carnival party in Makati, bringing together Megacitizens from Brazil and the Philippines with samba music, capoeira performances, and traditional finger food.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines is inviting dancers and choreographers to join and participate in the James Cousins Contemporary Dance Workshop happening on October 11 & 12, 2014 (Saturday &Sunday), 9:00 AM -12:00 PM at the Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (Little Theater).
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.
At Jazz Simple Ambiance, DJs play pleasant jazz music in the afternoon and early evening, before disco music makes the crowd dance from 10 pm onwards.
If you love musicals, you should keep an eye on the program of the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, a theater inside the RCBC Plaza in Makati.
Two very different festivals will celebrate Philippine music on Independence Day in Metro Manila. 'OneVibePH' brings you through the night with Electronic Dance Music while 'Independents Day' awaits you with Philippine Indie music of all genres.
The traditional beer fest promotes camaraderie among the Filipinos and Germans. Come and enjoy Bavarian specialties, free floating beer, and upbeat folk music with thousands of guests.
Billiard, party food and acoustic live music are the perfect ingredients for laid-back night-outs at the Manila Bay.