Pasay City Things to Do
In the center of Roxas Blvd, across from the Cultural Center of the Philippines stands a statue of General Vincente Podico Lim (1888-1944), one of the country's heroes that is featured on the one thousand peso note. In 1914 he became the first Filipino to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, later served as a Philippine Scout...more
Seaside Boulevard can be found at the rear of the Mall of Asia and it is very popular place to visit in the late afternoon or evening. I guess the boulevard is around one kilometer long with over 20 restaurants, many rides, fountain, or just sit on the wall by Manila Bay, along with the young locals and just watch the movement of ships in the bay....more
At the rear end of Mall of Asia you will find the Seaside Boulevard with many attractive rides for adults and children alike. Besides the large ferris wheel (the MOA Eye) there is a zip line, Bumble bee ride, Astroliner Cruise, Barnstormer, Galleon Ship, dodgem cars and more.Most rides cost 100 pesos but now an again there are special offers posted...more
Pasay City Restaurants
Whenever i have had the opportunity to visit the Mall of Asia i cannot resist the temptation to visit the food court on the second floor (which overlooks the ice rink) and grab a burger at Tropical Hut. As well as burgers they have pasta , rice dishes and other items on the menu, but i find the fishburger or double cheeseburgers are extremely...more
This is not exactly a restaurant tip but rather a recommendation to try some of the food stalls inside the Hypermarket at the Mall of Asia. The Hypermarket is located in another building to the right of the main mall, and is grey with some green posts. It is a huge superstore selling clothes , electronic goods and mainly groceries , but once you...more
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Pasay City Nightlife
My favorite club in my country. The DJs are good, crowd is wild too. Forr Php 700 entrance fee, you get 2 vodka as well.
Dress Code: Dress to impress
Pasay City Transportation
For International/Domestic Flight
"Philippine Air Lines" is still the best.
Manila, Philippines (24 hours)
Tel : (632) 855-8888
For USA and Canada:
1-800-I-FLY-PAL or 1-800-4-359-725 (24 hours)
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Pasay City Shopping
While waiting at terminal 4 for your flight be warned that there is not much there except for coffee shops, donut shop and a book shop which is quite disappointing as it is a Christian bookshop that has no novels or guidebooks. Before one could buy the latest novels and guide books so i cannot understand why the original bookshop is no longer...more
Walking along Taft Avenue between Edsa and Baclaran LRT Stations we came across a shopping center which was full of clothes that were being sold at wholesale prices. It is situated on the right hand side of the road next to the LRT train line. Most of the clothed were for women and my wife found quite a few bargains there!!more
If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.
Pasay City Warnings and Dangers
WOW! It was really cold at terminal 4, the domestic terminal mainly for Air Asia, Zest Air and other small airlines. The air conditioning was set so low that i was actually shivering and caught a cold the next day. The local passengers were all wrapped up in their sweaters and jackets and even the foreigners who were transferring were suffering like me.
Pasay City Off The Beaten Path
South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) has different exits and the toll fee form Calamba (end of SLEX) to C5 is shown in the photo.
Photo of May 2013Related to:
- Road Trip
Pasay City Sports & Outdoors
If you fancy some exercise in the morning you can go to Harbor Square near the Cultural Center of the Philippines and join the Zoomba dancers/exercisers that start around 6 am in the morning. Also there are many cyclists in that area as well as joggers. A favorite of the joggers is to jog up and down the two ramps at the Cultural Center, run along the front and repeat the circuit as many times as they like.