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Gramercy Residences "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-and-untagged/gramercy-residences/1208010-1-eng-GB/Gramercy-Residences_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1015 Gramercy Residences

Do you reach for the sky in everything that you do? You should take up quarters in the Gramercy Residences! With 71 storeys and a height of 302 meters, this residential tower in Makati offers the most breathtaking views of Metro Manila. 

Casa Manila "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/local-life/casa-manila/521044-1-eng-GB/Casa-Manila_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1124 Casa Manila

The museum Casa Manila gives a detailed impression of upper-class life and style back in Spanish colonial times. However, the house is not an authentic relic, but a replica built in the 1980s.

MC Home Depot "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/hotspots/pictures-bonifacio-global-city/mc-home-depot/610555-1-eng-GB/MC-Home-Depot_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1176 MC Home Depot

This gigantic store is a paradise not only for workmen but for everybody who wants to improve his/her home or needs new furniture.

Silahis Arts & Artifacts "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-untagged/silahis-arts-artifacts/28796-1-eng-GB/Silahis-Arts-Artifacts_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1124 Silahis Arts & Artifacts

Located inside Manila’s walled city Intramuros is a quaint antique and crafts shop called Silahis (sun’s rays), The shop, established in the late 1960s, is dedicated to a “better understanding of the Filipino people” by collecting and selling arts and crafts from different parts of the country.

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