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  • Fun in Manila

    by martialbeck Updated Nov 13, 2010

    LASER TAG is a great fun activity to enjoy with your family and friends.

    LazerXtreme has 2 addresses in Manila:

    Lazerxtreme Market!Market! mall in Fort Bonifacio

    LzerXtreme Alabang Town Center in Alabang

    Get complete info on www.lazerxtreme.com.ph

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    Just Laze While The Kids Play

    by cyndymc Written Jun 20, 2010

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    Alabang Town Center has renovated its outdoor activity center. The fountain has been removed from its original location (near the entrance to the cinemas) to the other side near the children's playground. A stage is set up whenever there are special events where shoppers and diners can watch live music or watch recitals, etc. There are benches around where parents/guardians can sit and relax. maybe read a book while the children play. Lovers sitting together in the benches are also a usual sight.

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    Wishing Pond

    by cyndymc Written Jul 21, 2009

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    Wishing star, wishing well, but...wishing pond? Yes, although the indoor garden waterfalls and pond at the ground floor of Festival Supermall wasn't intended to be that, word got around that someone (who tossed a coin at the pond and made a wish) had his wish granted. Now, with many wanting their wishes granted, the pond is now full of coins!

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    Attend Mass Or Wed At St. Jerome Emiliani Church

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    If you can't go to St. James The Great Church inside Ayala Alabang Village, attend mass at St. Jerome Emiliani Church which is open to everyone, and has six masses every Sunday. And for the engaged, you might want to consider having your wedding there. St. Jerome Emiliani Church's Baroque architecture is so beautiful, complementing the architecture of Madrigal Center and Alabang Town Center.

    The famous late Jaime Cardinal Sin handed down the care of the parish to the care of the Somascan Fathers. This was when Alabang was surrounded by a community of squatters amid the thick cogon grass, weeds and trees in the hilly, "poor" area of Muntinlupa. Today, the churchgoers come from Class A to E, with the rich holding hands with the poor in prayer. Couples getting married there come not only from Alabang, but from other districts of Muntinlupa as well, and even as far as Laguna.

    The Somascan Fathers are known for enforcing strict church decorum, hence there are posters around the church reminding parishioners/churchgoers of the do's and don'ts.

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    Have Some Peace & Quiet

    by cyndymc Written Jul 21, 2009

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    Going to the Prayer Room at the Madrigal Center is becoming a popular daily habit for those who simply want to have some peace and quiet in this stressful world. When I went there, I was pleasantly surprised to see the obviously rich people also finding time to pray before the Blessed Sacrament. The ambience is so serene inside; you can really draw some strength to sustain your day.

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    Spend Your Day At Festival Mall

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    Before the rise of SM Mall of Asia, there was already the first theme mall in the Philippines, the Festival Supermall, a 4-tiered 200,000 square meter complex at Filinvest Corporate City that opened in May 1988. Festival Supermall easily became the favorite mall of people living in the southern part of Metro Manila, and neighboring towns of Laguna, Cavite and Batangas. We often go there instead of Makati or Manila. I always look forward to seeing their new mall theme decors.

    Festival Supermall has 6 anchor stores, namely: Shopwise Supercenter, SM SaveMore, Robinsons Department Store, Ace Hardware, Handyman and Gameworks. It boasts of a number of specialty stores and boutiques, a "Greenhills"-like area (for pearls and other jewelry), restaurants, coffee shops and more food outlets in its refurbished 1000-seat Food Junction, as well as a big playing area for Bingo, Bowling & Pool. It has 10 state-of-the-art cinemas (w/ cheaper tickets) and a big Activity Center for special exhibits/events. Truly, there are so many things you can do at Festival Supermall.

    Festival Supermall is one of the few malls in Metro Manila that provided free parking for shoppers in 2,300 multi-level parking slots. Today, however, they already charge a parking fee of only P15 for the first 4 hours.

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    Go To Old But Reliable Alabang Town Center

    by cyndymc Written Jul 14, 2009

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    Alabang Town Center is a Mediterranean courtyard-inspired shopping center strategically located within few minutes drive from Ayala Alabang Village. It has become a sort of second home, often the meeting place for family and friends who gather for weekend lunch or dinner or simply coffee. The cinemas, open-air park and playground provide the venue for fun, relaxation and family bonding.

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    Watch Movies at Alabang Town Center!

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    A Favorite of People living in South of the Metro Manila Metropolis is watching Movies here in Alabang Town Center. The Town Center is Pattern after Small Suburban Town Centers in the United States but this Mall is Slightly Bigger than the Average Strip Mall. The Alabang Town Center Cinemas have 12 Cinemas that have Dolby Digital Sound and one Cinema with THX. Prices for movies here start at 120 pesos for regular screenings and 150 pesos for sure seats. In the THX, price starts at 200 pesos. (still cheaper than watching matinees in the States).

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    Hang Around Seattle's best Coffee

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    The Seattle's Best Coffee Branch in Festival Supermall in Alabang is a favorite hang out of Night Owls after a night of Partying and Drinking. Many go here to relax and have a Nightcap of Coffee too before hitting the road home. Others hang around to study or chat or just avail of the free Wi-fi.

    prices starts from 80 pesos for a small cup of cold coffee to 140 pesos for a javakula coffee (philippine version of Iced Toddy Coffee in US SBC stores). My Favorite Iced Latte large is 125 Pesos (half the price in the states).

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    The Alabang Town Center

    by nixca316 Updated Mar 7, 2007

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    I love this place. This is the oasis within the suburban oasis (but the Ayala Malls claim that this is THE suburban oasis---I think they're right) . I used to walk hand-in-hand with someone here and when we were through, I hated going here for a while. Now that he's totally out of the picture, I keep going back here without pain in my heart.

    It's such a beautiful place with Spanish architecture (As Yahoo describes it: Cosmopolitan, yet almost rustic). The sales mix is good too. There are many good restaurants and activity centers.

    I'm here almost every Saturday. My friends and I watch the latest flicks here.

    When you pass by MANILA, don't forget to drop by here. =)


    Mall Hours
    10am-9pm daily.

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    Kiddie Rides

    by cyndymc Written Jul 14, 2009

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    In the comfort of an airconditioned supermall, your children will enjoy kiddie rides like the grand carousel, fairies' wheel, train ride, bump cars and mock animal rides.

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    Have Your Child's Birthday Party at Pixie Forest

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 14, 2009

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    Have a unique Birthday Party theme for your child. Hold the party at Pixie Forest for a magical park theme.

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    Reception At Bellevue Hotel Ballroom

    by cyndymc Written Jul 14, 2009

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    I had a chance to attend a wedding reception at Bellevue Hotel Ballroom. It was nice to see a beautiful hotel in Alabang, a once pasture land.

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    Wedding at St. James The Great Church

    by cyndymc Written Jul 14, 2009

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    Wedding At St. James The Great in Ayala Alabang

    If you receive an invitation to attend a wedding at St. James The Great, don't pass up this opportunity to see the church of the rich and famous in Ayala Alabang Village.

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    Corte De Las Palmas

    by cyndymc Written Jul 14, 2009

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    Corte De Las Palmas of Alabang Town Center is the "in" thing now, the favorite watering hole and/or dining place, shopping haven, and resting area of shoppers.

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