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Coral Way Ave. Corner Seaside Boulevard, SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Philippines, 1308
Across NAIA Terminal 3 Located at the intersection of Newport Blvd. c or Resort Drive Newport City, Pasay, Philippines, 1300
Sunrise Drive, Oceanaire Building, CBP D. Macapagal Avenue, Pasay, Philippines, 1300
Located in the heart of Metro Manila, Pasay City is a go-to place for entertainment lovers. It offers a variety of activities as it houses resorts, malls, theaters, museums, casinos, and amusement parks. A perfect weekend staycation awaits in this little city which promises nothing but fun and adventure.
Pasay is one of the original cities of Manila, and the third smallest political subdivision in the National Capital Region. Named after a princess of the pre-colonial Kingdom of Namayan, Pasay is truly a city of royalty. Bright lights, thrilling rides, a wide selection of cuisine, exquisite accommodations, world-class entertainment, all these and more in just one location. Guests are sure to have a fun-filled stay without a single dull moment.
Fly to Manila and be welcomed in Pasay as both the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Manila Domestic Airport are located in this city.
There are no ports in Pasay but you can ride a ferry to Batangas and take the bus to Pasay or a boat to Manila and ride a jeepney to Pasay.
The easiest route is through EDSA, but if you’re coming from Manila, you can drive along Roxas Boulevard. When commuting, the fastest way is to take the MRT (along EDSA) or LRT 1 (along Taft Avenue) and alight at Taft station.
Depending on your itinerary, you could either ride a jeepney or take the shuttle. If you’re a fitness junkie, you can ride a bicycle, walk, or jog along the boulevards of Pasay.
Pasay City offers a lot of attractions that would feed whatever travel hunger you have. There’s the famous CCP Complex where you cannot only find the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) but also other noteworthy entertainment venues such as the Folk Arts Theater, and the Aliw Theater. Go on a food trip at Harbour Square, or watch the picturesque sunset at Manila Bay.
You can also find the Coconut Palace in Pasay, which was used as the official residence and principal workplace of the Vice President of the Philippines. Resorts World Manila is another top destination not just for those who love casinos, but also for those who love entertainment in general.
Who would miss the biggest and brightest SM Mall of Asia? More than just a shopping mall, it has become a favorite tourist destination of families, friends, lovers, and everyone else looking for superb leisure.
Bring the family to Star City for a day of thrill and fun. With a wide array of indoor and outdoor attractions, both the kids and the young at heart would surely enjoy. Cap the night by chilling by the bay or availing a dinner buffet cruise.
Be amazed at the GlobAmaze, the first and only full global video display in Asia. The iconic globe can be best viewed at night when all the lights are up. And since you’re already at the Mall of Asia, do not miss the fireworks display every weekend (Fridays and Saturdays, 7PM)! You can also shop to your heart’s content, try ice skating, or just relax and see a movie in one of the premier cinemas.
If you’re interested in events, you can drop by the SMX Convention Center to check out expos, forums, and fairs. You could also watch a concert or be part of a music festival at the MOA Concert Grounds. Or you could witness live basketball action at the SM Mall of Asia of Arena.
Curious about casinos? Why not try your luck at Resorts World Manila? Or watch a play at the Newport Performing Arts Theater. Appreciate our country and its rich history by visiting one of the many museums found in the city. Highly-recommended is the Philippine Air Force Museum.
If you’re looking for a sumptuous buffet, book a reservation at Vikings, Mall of Asia or head to Movie Stars Café along Seaside Boulevard and enjoy amazing performances from your all-time favorite characters. You could also see for yourself why there’s so much praise about the Spiral buffet at Sofitel Philippine Plaza.
For more affordable options that can definitely satisfy your seafood cravings, go to Seaside Dampa. Harbor Square and Macapagal Boulevard also house a lot of food houses where you can eat heartily and be merry.
You can spend the night quietly in your hotel room, enjoying the majestic view of the city, or you can drink, dance, and party with friends in Republiq. If you want to remain fit and fab, you could also have a night of exercise by the seaside, then eat out after.
Hotels abound in this side of the metro. Five-star hotels include the newly-opened Conrad Manila and the Manila Marriott Hotel. You could also find a home at The Mabuhay Manor, Kabayan Hotel, and Pinoy Pamilya Hotel which are highly-ideal for balikbayans. Hotel Jen Manila and Microtel Inn & Suites are also recommended for travelers.