Broadway Court

#16 Broadway Ave., New Manila, Quezon City, Manila, 1112, Philippines
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Manila Orchidarium

by Charitycostales

Hi! can you please send me venue rates and/or event packages for approximately 200 guests.And also availability of the venue this August 2010. Would you have other business number that i can contact and also the contact person? The telephone numbers posted in the site are not available. My email address is I need your feedback ASAP. Thanks

Re: Manila Orchidarium

by asianbelle

Hi Charity. Virtual Tourist is a travel site where members can share tips, photos, and info. It is not directly affiliated with venues, hotels or other services.

Since you can't get in touch with Manila Orchidarium, then hope (and wait) that a VT member who has been to or familiar with the place can assist you.

Re: Manila Orchidarium

by Charitycostales

Oooops! Thank you so much.:) Been contacting the numbers indicated in their website and was hoping i could get info from here. :)

Re: Manila Orchidarium

by kilnamona

hi ,what website are u referring to?is it this one CONTACT INFORMATION:

The Orchidarium and Butterfly Pavilion
Address: Teodoro F. Valencia Circle Rizal Park, Manila
Telephone: (632) 527.6376; 527.6378/79
if not i can ask some of my contacts there in manila.

Travel Tips for Manila

Try native food at major...

by demonsword

Try native food at major native restaurant chains. These are easy to find. Order 'adobo with coconut milk', 'special bibingka', roasted pig or 'lechon. Too many since I live here. My most memorable experience, unfortunately, cannot be relived by anyone else. Its about something I did at work when I outfoxed many older more experienced people.

Rainy Sunday at Manila Bay

by syllybabe

Along Roxas Blvd. there are now restaurants and cabanas and swings where people can sit around and wait for the sunset or hang out after a morning jog.

This pic was taken on my way to the airport to go home to Bacolod one Sunday morning during the monsoon season.

It's a great place to spend time with the family after mass at the Malate Church across the street or you can take a stroll after lunch at the Aristocrat.

The area can have very busy traffic during the week because Roxas Blvd. is a main thoroughfare and the US Embassy and many hotels are along this road but take advantage of quiet Sundays, early mornings, and beautiful sunsets.

Cross at your own Peril

by joolea

I was tempted to put this tip under warnings and Danger - I've been to other traffic-congested cities in Asia but I have to say, Manila has the most, umm, thrilling traffic and drivers I have ever come accross.
I literally had to close my eyes and not look out the cab window as he swerved through a web of bumper-to-bumper cars and pray we didn't hit anything. I also thought that the traffic policeman was gonna die in front of my eyes and cars almost ran him over as he was directing traffic. - That said, Manila apparently has a low traffic accident rate - go figure

7. Right Hand Is Preferred

by Ric

As in most of Southeast Asia, avoid offering or taking anything with your left hand. See my tip #3, above. However because the Philippines has had so much influence from the U.S., using the left hand is not as culturally awkward here as it is in Indonesia or Malaysia. Even so the right hand is culturally preferred .


by jekika

As for clothing, spaghetti straps and razor backs are really advisable, especially during summer.

During rainy season, a jacket would be nice.

Wearing rubber shoes / sneakers would be fine all year long. But it is advisable to wear flip-flops during the summer. A pack of tissue really comes in handy when using public restrooms. Use of a digital camera would be really great. There are a lot of wonderful scenes everywhere you go. It's either a tanning lotion or a sunblock lotion.

Tanning lotion comes really handy when hitting the beaches. The sun is out almost all year long, being in a tropical country.

Sun block lotion comes in handy when you don't want to get a tan, DUH? :)


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