Manila's hottest district for eating, entertainment, or just plain hanging around, J. Nakpil Street is where everyone ... More
Manila's hottest district for eating, entertainment, or just plain hanging around, J. Nakpil Street is where everyone tries to outdo the others in setting the latest trends in fashion. On Saturday nights, when it is closed to traffic, Nakpil Street becomes one big promenade (or catwalk) for the young and the beautiful. On certain occasions, a stage is set up on one end of the street for a rock concert or a celebrity show promoting the newest beer brew or cigarette brand.
The roster of past and present members of the Manila Polo Club reads like a Who's Who in Philippine society.
You may join this elite group, but be prepared to pay a hefty price; the market value of a ...
Built in 1969, this imposing edifice still retains some of its original austere magnificence as envisioned by the architect, Leandro
Locsin. The main theater seats 1,400 and serves as a venue for performances by local and visiting artists such ...
The history of Manila is closely tied to this body of water. Naval battles were fought here, including the celebrated
La Naval de Manila in 1646, which effectively put a stop to repeated attempts by the Dutch to take ...