Golden Bay Hotel Manila

247 Padre Faura corner Roxas Boulevard, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
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bars in malate

by Rasaj

my friend is looking for a bar in malate, manila that he could rent for his birthday. anybody got any suggestions? rough budget estimate is 10K for this coming wednesday

Re: bars in malate

by ewabrahdah

G point bar in malate goggle it .....

Re: bars in malate

by SirHalberd

Here is the link for G Point. Even if you don't have your party there it is not a bad place to eat or drink at. One of my favorite places to visit when in Manila.

http://www.gpointmanila.com/

From their website:

"Contact us for any questions regarding, bookings, parties or even weddings, and we will assist you and make it a great day."

Good luck.

Re: bars in malate

by Rasaj

thanks.. :)

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See something outside Manila -...

by riku2

See something outside Manila - then at least you will get a taste of what the Philippines is really like. It's not all skyscrapers and jeepneys. (ok it is all jeepneys but not the skyscrapers bit). All that cheap shopping - legit cd's for half the price back home and countless other stuff that never makes it to Finlands rocky shores. Crikey they even have marks and spencer in manila !

Workers of the world, unite

by GenuinelyCurious

May 1st is Labor Day – a time to rest from labor, celebrate the honor of work and an annual ritual to rally for worker’s right. In 2008, the focus is on an increase in pay “nationwide, across-the-board” of 125 pesos. This is in direct response to the large spike in two key commodities: rice and gas. Everything in the Philippines runs off these two basic inputs and the poorest in society are feeling the pinch. It has become so acute that there is talk that the President will be ousted from power and she’s taking an active, visible role in trying to address the problem

At the Mendiola Bridge in a run-down section of Manila the Kilusang May Uno (KMU) and Partido ng Manggagawa (PM) groups staged a large, peaceful protest. As a tourist, I was interested in seeing direct democracy in action and the protests reminded me a lot of similar ones I’ve witnessed in San Francisco. Noticeably, the crowd was very age-diverse. Kids, parents and grandparents all marched, carried signs and chanted slogans.

The elderly and women get...

by demonsword

The elderly and women get preferential treatment. Beachwear or very revealing attire not appropriate in public. Don't be surprised when the locals seem to show deference to foreigners from rich countries, a colonial hangover. However, the foreigner should be respectful not boorish.

Rspect for Elders!

by machomikemd

Another major trait incomparable to other races is respect for elders. In the Filipino setting, the parents are accorded the highest respect in the family. Hence, it is a moral rule for children to talk and behave respectfully and never answer back to the elders even if they are wrong (that's why filipinos going to the United States suffer culture shock wherein they see children answering back their elders).

The constant use of the words "po" and "opo" is a sign of respect for the elderly. Even parents are obliged to use these words when talking to their elders.

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