Herald Suites Solana

2914 Finlandia corner, Einstein Street, San Isidro, Makati, 5006, Philippines
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in dire need of help

by blueberrytoddy

hey guys!i was planning to stay at a hotel in makati for 2 nights but i was wondering how far it is from victory liner cubao (or any bus depot going to baguio).how far do i have to travel to get to MOA(cuz i hear that its the largest mall).any info provided would be much appreciated.its my first time travelling alone and im kinda (really) scared abt getting lost!!!!!

Re: in dire need of help

by stamporama

First of all, RELAX! There's nothing to be scared of. Victory Liner has stations in Cubao and Pasay City, and since you'll be staying in Makati I suggest that you ride from the Pasay station instead as it is nearer. Incidentally, this station will be along the road (EDSA) to MOA so when you take a cab to the mall ask the driver to point out to you the bus station so you'll already know where and how far it is by the time you leave for Baguio.

Re: in dire need of help

by edwinic

If you are familiar with MRT Station, then Victory Liner is approx 500 meter BEFORE reaching Edsa/Taft Station.


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From LRT station - travel along Edsa Extension to the direction going to the sea and in approx 2 kilometer (5 minutes, normal traffic) you will hit MOA.

Re: in dire need of help

by utchie

Yes, there is a Victory Liner in Pasay as well.. which is your best bet if you are from Makati area. Cubao is a busy and confusing place too so you are better off in Pasay terminal if you are not familiar with the place.

Depending on traffic it will only take you less than 30mins to go to MOA from Makati. =)

Where exactly in Makati are you staying? There are many ways to go to Moa from Makati.

I suggest you visit MOA on a friday or Saturday night. They have a firework show during these nights at 7:00pm. Head to the bay area (at the back of MOA) around 6:30pm. The place gets so crowded as the fireworks show time nears.

Dine in at the Seaside restaurants as well. Foods there are delicious. You get to buy your foods at the market (in the seaside area) and restaurants will cook them for you just the way you want it. Its good for groups. Pricey if you are only 1 to 3 peeps as you have to pay per kilogram. If you do decide to eat here, try to have your food cooked at the TRINITY restaurant.

Re: in dire need of help

by blueberrytoddy

thanks guys!!!!!your commemnts are quite helpful.i havent decided where to stay just yet!!!!!!gracias pips!!!!

Travel Tips for Makati

Makati Central Business District

by machomikemd

is is the main nerve center of Philippine Business, it houses most of the philippine companies headquarters and the stock exhange and a lot of multinational companies as well. makati is such a city of extremes!

Private Only - Away and hidden from the City

by whvcebu

A Home to Enjoy Life

From the garden of my former house I want to give you a look onto the lower terrace, the guest room, and to the left, behind that little wall, the main entrance. To the right and hidden on this picture is the upper terrace and the swimming pool.

Rockwell Center

by machomikemd about Powerplant Mall

Powerplant Mall is a former Coal Powered Powerplant in Makati CIty and was renovated to become a plush Complex within Makati City. Conveniently tucked away in the verdant "city within a city" that is the Rockwell Center, Power Plant Mall provides a unique and leisurely experience for the discerning shopper.Its four-level complex incorporates a mix of specialty brands, both international and local,The mall also offers a new concept store, Rustan's Fresh,which promises to reinvent supermarket shopping. Besides shopping, the mall, lifestyle retailers, signature mini-anchors, themed restaurants and state-of-the-art cinemas equipped with Dolby Digital Surround Sound and plush seating arranged stadium-style for optimum viewing. Some sections evenhave club seats that allow sofa seating for two and bowling alleys.

Lately, it has become a popular hang out place of the South Korean Community since there is a growing korean prescence in the philippines due to it's english language proficiency wherein koreans go and study english here and spend long vacations. A Korean Town is nearby this mall in Barangay Poblacion, Makati.

The Bars here are popular night spots!
examples are Cork, Dencio's, Mati, U-Bar, Via Mare Oyster Bar.

Not as congested as greenbelt, park square or Jupiter street bars. Luxury Brands like what you can find in other areas of Asia like in Shangai Tang, Ocean Center, Siam Paragon, Parkson, Takashimaya, etc.

examples are: Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Polo Ralph Lauren, Crabtree and Evelyn, Bass Shoes, DKNY, Mango, Chronos (where I bought my Rolex Submariner on a Vacation here in Manila) etc.

be ready to maxx out your credit card!

Powerplant mall is open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 9:00 Pm

Bars close at 12:00 am on weekdays and 2:00 am on weekends.

More popular as a Night Spot than Coffee House

by machomikemd about Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is A Chic place to Hang Out and is really popular in the Southern California Area but like Seattle's best Coffee then, it's popularity is limited and is mostly located in the southwestern US (California, Nevada, Arizona) but has growing popularity worldwide especially in asia.

This branch in greenbelt 3 is their first branch here and started in 2003. The company was founded by Mona and Herbert Hyman. It is one of the oldest and largest privately held chain of specialty coffee and tea stores. The first store opened in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood in 1963. Coffee Bean stores differ from other coffee chains such as Starbucks with their broad selection of tea drinks. It also popularized The Original Ice Blended drinks and Chai Lattes.

Here in the philippines, it is a popular place to hang out and have free wi-fi especially when the nearby Starbucks and Seattle's Best Coffee are Jampacked since prices here are slightly lower. Smart Casual.

VT Meet for VT Zender

by pres_16 about Kamayan Restaurant

On September 17, 2007, Manila vters met VT Zender and his wife from Singapore. As guests of Manila vt Orly (arklandtravel), we took them here at Kamayan for them to experience Filipino cuisine. It's their first Manila visit and it feels great to know that they got positive views about the place.

Attendees to this meet were: Aida (asianbelle), Cess (Cess8), Dan (dcmanicad), Edwin (yellowcab), Jane (shyjane), Monina (monina_c), Nova (novamacaresa) and yours truly.

My first meet with: Alex (Zender), Karen (karengkeng) and Orly (arklandtravel). Try the seafoods and while enjoying your food, feel special while being serenaded by the restaurant's musicians.


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Address: 2914 Finlandia corner, Einstein Street, San Isidro, Makati, 5006, Philippines