Known as one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic cities, Manila also has a very fun and exciting nightlife. At the same time, this country is also considered one of the best places in the world for banquets.
Come here, you will almost want to play all day and night and completely forget about the need to rest. With a collection of unique music venues and club types, Manila has conquered the most international guests.
Nightlife in Manila
For a great night out in the country, all you need is just to get to the Malate live music venue, to Chichi nightclubs, M coffee shops or Hanava outdoor shopping mall. Also, do not forget to visit Makati or the new Resorts World complex in Parañaque to enjoy the best nightlife in Manila.
In particular, if you are curious, you can also explore the gay nightlife area in Manila on the corner of J Nakpil and M Orosa Sts. In addition, if a fashion community, the entire Monoblock Republic (aka Remedios St) is the right place for you. These locations usually operate from dawn until midnight and are especially active on weekends. Each location will have the different price; however, the common price is defined as 500 pesos or more at the main hot spot.
As you know, the number of nightlife venues in Manila has grown tremendously enormously. However, today GoAsiaDayTrip only focuses on the best and most popular facilities in Metro Manila to bring you the most impressive experience!
Discover the vibrant nightlife in Manila
This is a good place for food fans of Asian food. This restaurant is located at Dela Rosa Street, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines. For those who want to heat up their evening, the Museum café is considered as a strong magnet that can not be denied.
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During the night, the Museum Café glows like a glowing lantern with a system illuminating through glass windows. In particular, this restaurant’s cabinets are unique variations such as Sichuan crab, pork tofu, smoked fish salad and Miso Gindara – Japanese miso grilled fish. Prices range from 400 to 600 pesos.
2. Handle Bar
This is one of the most famous bars in the Philippines, located in Bel-Air, Manila. The bar is dubbed the paradise of connoisseurs of sport with a large screen for watching matches and barbecues outdoors.
The restaurant’s favorite specialty is the famous T-Bone beef and baked potato. In particular, the restaurant also invite local rock ‘n roll bands on the weekdays and foreign band Decent on the weekends. The bar is designed in a Western style with dim lighting, large benches with a classy and expensive style.
Havana is a popular complex outdoor service center with Filipinos. This center begins opening at 21:30 and quickly filled the vacant space for both tourists and locals. They always consider this the best place to relax and listen to live music. In addition, many diners also come here to drink beer and socialize.