Just called "Shang" by its patrons, the Shangri-La Plaza Mall features high-end boutiques and houses many of the metro’s best fine dining restaurants.
Century City Mall, opened in February 2014, is a one-billion-peso development in Makati that hosts over 100 tenants on its 17,000 square meter premises.
In the concrete jungle of Manila, one easily forgets that the city lies right by the sea. A cruise on the Manila Bay lets you experience the tranquility and find your equilibrium.
Urbanites and Megacitizens alike are anticipating the completion of Century City in Makati. It's a mixed-use development envisioned to have four luxury condominium buildings a medical center, and an upscale mall. One residential tower, the tallest in the Philippines, is already up. The mall has also been launched, housing local and international brands and a diverse mix of restaurants.
Greenfield District is fast rising as one of the most vibrant mixed-use developments in Metro Manila. The name of the district is derived from the open park located in the area.
This HotDot combines things you expect to find in Makati and things you definitely do not expect to find in Makati. The western corner of Makati (San Antonio Village) hosts not only a selection of international restaurants, wine stores and shops selling delicacies such as fresh meat and cheese from all over the world – but also alternative music.
Vegetarians often have a hard time in the restaurants and cantinas of the Megacity. But they don't have to starve, as there are actually quite a number of places that serve delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes in Metro Manila.
Whether you want to get to know the Philippine cuisine or crave for some food from your home country, in Metro Manila you have all the options. Here we let you know where to go for fine dining, vegetarian food, fresh bread, and 'merienda', and which Pinoy delicacies you have to try out.
Hotel Celeste takes diners into the heart of Italy with Lucia Ristorante.
A delicious bowl of noodles or ramen is the perfect comfort food this rainy season. Fortunately, you will never run out of choices when it comes to ramen places in this Megacity. The latest to set up shop in the Philippines is Ippudo, founded by Ramen King Shigemi Kawahara in 1985 in Japan's ramen capital Hakata.
Hop over to The Peninsula Manila and celebrate with Champagne brunch and an Easter egg hunt with the family.
That special day is coming when couples get extra-smoochy and singles eagerly look for a date. It is Valentine's Day on Friday, February 14. No idea yet where to bring your spouse/lover/crush? No problem, Manila is full of romantic places and here are our suggestions.
Hong Kong is one of the top weekend get-away destinations for a lot of Megacitizens in the Philippines. This city of eight million people is a mere two-hour flight away and its efficient public transportation system leaves everyone in awe.