New Solanie Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1811 Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
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Costs 27% less but rated 42% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Chinese NEW YEAR in Manila?

by Belinda007

anybody can advise me when is the BEST TIME to be in Manilas´ China Town to enjoy the celebration of Chinese New Year worth to seen? I found that it begins at Feb 03rd and finish Feb 17 is it correct? Or finish Feb 18? Chinese are celebrating through the all this time I know, but maybe there are any ceremony or so in certain days??
Thax for any advise :-)

Re: Chinese NEW YEAR in Manila?

by xuelipie

..hi chinese new year will be on feb. 3, so be there before that date. party on the street will be on the night of feb. 2 and morning of feb. 3 at binondo, china town..

Re: Chinese NEW YEAR in Manila?

by Belinda007

Great, thanx!

Re: Chinese NEW YEAR in Manila?

by buffalo_soldier

Feb 3 is new year's eve in lunar calendar so parades and some dragon dance shows will start on that day. Be prepared for crows though. I beliver that the it will be just a 2 day celebration. Best place to observe the feast is at plaza lorenzo ruis which is infront of Binondo church.

Travel Tips for Manila

Check Manila weather with this Site!

by yellowcab

I agree with all of them. and so you could be sure. you can verify this site for weather updates. PAGASA is where all radio station, media, and most people in the Philippines get there forecast for the day!

Good luck!

visit some tourist spots...

by ligaya

visit some tourist spots there, it is very nice place especially in Tagaytay it is very nice place. I really missed some of my friends there especially...the time when we are celebrating our religious activities...

Latin Heritage of Self-Esteem

by machomikemd

Filipinos value their self-esteem, which we inherited from our latin spaniard forebears so never criticize or argue with filipinos publicly. Most men, when so provoked, will fight for the preservation of their pride or self-esteem (Amor Propio), sometimes violently!

Join a Parade (or a procession)

by D._Pepper

Processions are a big thing during the lenten season, peaking on Easter Sunday. You could head for the province (San Fernando de Cutud) where actual crucifixions are held. For the faint of heart, maybe a run of the mill procession like this one in Intramuros will do. :o)

Philippine Lengua De Gato

by machomikemd

Spanish influence is evident in many of the names of local Filipino baked goods, though the actual product differs from the Spanish original, which include lengua de gato, polvoron, leche flan, and brazo de mercedes.Lengua de Gato in the philippines differs in Spain since in Spain it is shaped like Ladyfingers and in France, is called Langues de chat, which are classic French cookies are oval buttery cookies, with a blonde center and lightly browned edges while in the philippines, it's a deliciously rich, tongue-shaped butter cookie. Hence, the literal translation "Cat's Tongue."

The Best Lengua De Gato in the Philippines are made by Tartland Baguio, Based in Baguio City in the Northern Philippines!


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Address: 1811 Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila, Luzon, Philippines