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Find out what happened in the last four weeks in Manila and the Philippines and how the international media portrayed it!
- 180 Malaysian delegates attend 4th WACOM Manila
- Manila Five in Court: Two Confessed to Plot, Three Have Not — Should Their Cases Be Merged?
- Sushmita Sen on judges panel for Miss Universe pageant 2017 in Manila on January 30
- Miss Universe beauty pageant kicks off in Manila
- Proteste vor US-Botschaft in Manila gegen Trump (German)
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries-old ties with China, Tsinoys (Chinese Filipinos) are always looking forward to it as well. Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity!
Chinese New Year, or also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not very surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries of ties with China, the celebrations are looked forward too. The Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity! Celebrate the Chinese New Year on the 28th of January!
Every January 9, the streets of Old Manila get flooded by ecstatic crowds trying to touch - or at least catch a glance at - the revered religious statue of the Black Nazarene. It is a spectacle worth experiencing, but it can be pretty stressful if you are not used to these kinds of events.
While shopping in the Philippines is relatively cheap for expat standards, many Manilenos would think twice before buying at malls. Many would still prefer buying at secondhand shops, more popularly known as ukay-ukay.
If you have this need for speed but don't wna to travel outside of Megacity Manila to race, head to City Kart Racing in Circuit Makati.
There will be performers such as Curtismith, Crwn, BP Valenzuela, IndAK, UP Streetdance Club, Legit Status, She's Only Sixteen, Autotelic, Oh Flamingo!, and many many more!
The holidays in the Philippines is a time for family, reflection, and contemplation. Food, presents, and lots of laughter are equally important every holiday season, too. So what's it like between December 24 and December 26 in Megacity Manila?
Love beer? We love it too! Take a look at these microbreweries and craft beer joints in Manila and join us in the craft beer revolution.
PLDT (Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company) offers a wide range of Internet services including traditional Internet access via their myDSL products as well as prepaid and post-paid plans.
Metro Manila has a vibrant music scene and Megacitizens can choose from a number of venues to listen to live music. From techno to rock to jazz – the Megacity has it all.
Dark skies in Manila last for almost 10 hours, usually from 18:00 to 4:00, so you can enjoy stargazing longer if you'd want to. There are also parts in Metro Manila where 'Night Doesn't Sleep' if you have a night life.