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Old 07-20-2014, 05:27 AM
 
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Just wrote a pretty extensive article on Manila's nightlife.

The ultimate Manila nightlife guide - TRAVELVICE

Hope you guys enjoy. Let me know if I am missing anything or if something has closed down. Been about 6 months since I was last there.
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Old 07-20-2014, 08:54 PM
 
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You forgot "O Bar of Australia" in Ortigas in Pasig and Orange Place of Makati. for those women by heart but man in physical appearance.
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Old 07-21-2014, 06:10 AM
 
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Thanks, i'll check them out next time im in town.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:32 PM
 
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Here are some more you have missed:

71 Gramercy - located at the 71st flr of Gramercy Residences, Makati
Buddha Bar - Just across Gramercy
Prohibition Liquor Lounge - Greenbelt 3
Bond Urban Pub - also in Makati
The Cabana Club - a separate clubbing space at Republiq, Opus Lounge is still open
The Distillery - Makati, Eastwood, The Fort
Draft Gastropub -The Fort, Rockwell, Greenbelt, QC, Alabang
Paris Beach Club - owned by Paris Hilton herself, located in Parañaque

**The Palace - expected to open this year at North BGC
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:54 PM
 
Location: Pilipinas
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Include these:

Russian Caviar at Solaire Manila.
Republiq in New Port City
Hooters Bar @ MOA
Howzat English Sports Bar in Makati
Grappa Beer Bar - Britanny Bay in Paranaque
Movie Star Cafe - Ph version of Planet Hollywood @ MOA
NBA Cafe - SM AURA in BGC
Hard Rock Cafe Makati
German Club Manila - Makati

more to come..
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Old 07-22-2014, 07:02 AM
 
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Guys I am mainly only looking to include places that get a LARGE amount of women on a regular weekly basis. Hence most if not all the spots I mentioned are clubs that can hold a large amount of women.

So basically lively fun clubs, bars, restaurants w/live music that are consistently jumping / happening weekly which attract a solid-good number of girls.
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Old 07-22-2014, 10:31 AM
 
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The article pointed out Malate as the seedier run down area of Manila. I always stay in Malate when I am in Manila. My last visit to the Phils when I was with friends in Makati City they asked me why I stay there because they consider that area as low class. I was surprised they said that because it didn't seem any different from other parts of metro Manila I've been to me. So because of that experience I wasn't surprised that this article calls it seedy and run down -- but still, I don't notice a big difference. I stay there because, well, I'm a creature of habit, and it is an area that has everything I need\want in a compact walkable area, and there are so many foreigners and tourists there.
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Old 07-22-2014, 11:53 AM
 
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hot girls.... super great boss

nice concept bar as well. something we can't see in other SE countries. lol
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Old 07-22-2014, 04:12 PM
 
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The article pointed out Malate as the seedier run down area of Manila. I always stay in Malate when I am in Manila. My last visit to the Phils when I was with friends in Makati City they asked me why I stay there because they consider that area as low class. I was surprised they said that because it didn't seem any different from other parts of metro Manila I've been to me. So because of that experience I wasn't surprised that this article calls it seedy and run down -- but still, I don't notice a big difference. I stay there because, well, I'm a creature of habit, and it is an area that has everything I need\want in a compact walkable area, and there are so many foreigners and tourists there.
There are a lot more homeless people and beggars in Malate than you will find walking around Makati / Greenbelt, The Fort, QC, etc.

Stuff doesnt bother me so just adds to the edginess.
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