Love the outdoors? You can bike, swim, get on a boat, camp, go horseback riding, go fishing, or play paintball at La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.
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.
SM Aura Premier in Fort Bonifacio is the first SM Mall in Taguig City, the 13th in Metro Manila and the 47th in the Philippines. The architecture of this mall is a major highlight.
The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) made it in the history books for being Asia’s first international convention center – housing paintings and sculptures of various Filipino artists and also serving as a venue for political summits, conventions and concerts of international artists.
The Rizal Stadium started operations in 1934. It houses the Philippine National Football Team (the Azkals), the United Football League, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The stadium has been host to many international events ever since.
With a seating capacity of 16,000 and a full house capacity of 20,000, Mall of Asia Arena is the biggest event venue in the Megacity.
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.
The Araneta Coliseum or SMART Araneta Coliseum/Big Dome is the prime indoor facility for sports events and concerts in Manila. It can host up to 16.500 people and is known worldwide for hosting the 1975 'Thrilla in Manila', the legendary box fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.
The SMX Convention Center in Pasay City is the Philippines' largest private facility for trade fairs, international exhibitions, conventions, and corporate and social functions.
The World Trade Center is one of the prime venues for international trade fairs, conventions and other major events in the Megacity.
Aliw Theater is an entertainment venue near amusement park Star City. It is located right beside the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
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.
Moving chairs, wind blowing in your face, additional light effects in the cinema hall, and all in 3D: the recently opened Bonifacio High Street Cinemas promise a whole new movie experience.
The Manila Collectible in Intramuros is more than just a shop for souvenirs and handicraft. It is a "Culturespace" that offers handmade products from all over the Philippines as well as workshops, events, and tours to promote the rich cultural heritage of the country.
Providing space for thousands of guests, the new Globe Circuit Events Ground is a unique location for open-air concerts, sport events, fashion shows, and cultural performances.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) is a well-known source of culture and art. It is proud to host some of the most astonishing and beautiful stage performances in the country e.g. the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra and the Phantom of the Opera.