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Manila Nightlife: Partying, Clubbing, and Drinking in Manila

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Shake the stress away and bring on the booze! Find out the best way to experience the Manila nightlife.

Metro Manila, a global city, is not only teeming a youthful workforce and after-hours traffic. It’s also a fertile ground for the partyphiles.

The ways to spend the night here are as vast as the entire population. Each city in the metro has a unique personality that caters to various preferences. You’ll find them all when you do a Manila city tour, but you gotta know where to look.

Contrary to popular belief, there is more to Manila nightlife than just red light districts and adult entertainment. But let’s face it, the country is also famous for its beautiful women, that’s why I won’t hesitate including them here! Wherever you are in the Philippines, you’re sure to find one that suits your taste.

We now zoom in to Manila, the capital city:

Where to find Manila Nightlife

Often just a short ride away from the airport, hotels, malls, and major roads, you’ll find the Manila nightlife clustered together. Partying here tends to be more expensive, however, because of its proximity to business districts where the cost of living is much higher. But you’re sure to get many ideas on how to spend the night.

Makati City and Taguig City are central business districts where much of the workforce is concentrated. In Makati, you can find the superclubs and the classy pubs. Just pass along Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue, and Pasong Tamo to see what you like. Meanwhile, the budding nightlife scene in Taguig can be found in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) and The Fort.

Though nightlife in Makati and Taguig can get quite pricey (cocktails costing $5-6), these two cities are great places to enjoy the upscale clubbing experience. Most of the crowd here is composed of young professionals unwinding after a stressful week at work.

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Manila City nightlife is a rather old-fashioned destination to go to, reminiscent of the glory days of the capital city. From Remedios Circle going towards Nakpil Road, there is a cultural mix of modern and traditional Filipino lifestyle.

Malate, Ermita, and Baclaran are known for cheaper pubs and bars, as well as adult entertainment. Go-go bars where scantily-clad girls dance onstage and visit guest tables can be found here. As such, majority of the crowds consist of older local and foreign men.

If you want to get a taste of Manila without the bar girls, you can go for a relaxing stroll and visit the bars near Roxas Boulevard. Tipped by a Manila-dwelling friend, you can also find a revival of the city’s nightlife in Escolta and Intramuros.

Quezon City is where you can enjoy a more laid-back atmosphere away from the capital city and the business districts. Entire streets in certain parts of the city are lined up with a combo of restaurants, bars, and pubs.

QC is the place to run into local celebrities, because this is where the country’s major television stations are. You can also find students from the nearby universities enjoying the night with their friends. Notable go-to places for nightlife are Tomas Morato and Eastwood.

Meanwhile, Quezon Avenue is the place for adult entertainment and even street prostitution. Here’s an interesting fact: male hookers can be found in the QC Circle, and females are at Quezon Avenue. To tell them apart, just ask them what time it is. If they respond in a weird way, like saying it’s 8 AM at close to midnight, it’s a green light (My undergrad was sociology btw!).

Pasay City and Parañaque City are popular for both adult entertainment as well as family-friendly activities. Within the area are many high-end resort-hotels with casinos to try your luck at.

Being nearest to the international airport, you can find massive malls here where you can dine at fancy restaurants, watch concerts and plays, and try the Filipinos’ favorite pastime – shopping!

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What You’ll Find in the Manila Nightlife Scene

Manila nightlife caters to your fancy. Are you the low-key pub drinker or the chronic party-goer? Do you rock out in alternative music or get loose in trance tunes? Or would you rather be the one behind the microphone?

Here are your choices:

Music Bars. This is where you can watch live performances from local bands. Younger crowds often hang out in hip bars featuring indie bands, where vintage items and art galleries go hand in hand. Sometimes, there are also “spoken word” poetry in selected restaurants or house basements. By nature, of course, the locations of these places are not disclosed unless you do deeper research about the community.

Quezon City is the place to find these hipster joints. Meanwhile, an older crowd, ranging from young professionals to businessmen, often hang out in music bars within the central business districts such as Makati and Taguig. You’ll find a variety of genres here, such as jazz, reggae, rock, and indie.

KTV. Karaoke singing is a must-try in the Philippines. As such, KTV Bars are found anywhere in the city where students, young professionals, and families usually celebrate or unwind. Don’t worry if you’re practically tone deaf. Filipinos will applaud for effort and confidence!

With KTV, groups of people typically reserve an entire room packaged with food and drinks.  So it might be best to know friends beforehand. Although, another way to try the karaoke for the adult entertainment experience are girlie KTV bars. You can expect instant company there!

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Food Parks. One of the budding places to enjoy the night in the city are the night markets and food parks! These offer an alternative dining experience from the malls and restaurants, and are particularly popular among the youth.

Often held outdoors in large tents, these food bazaars, night markets, and food parks are found along eat streets, in parking lots, and empty lots next to buildings. They feature a variety of stalls of different food choices. In night markets, you’ll often find cheap grilled street food and other local delicacies. In food parks, you’ll find more expensive and fancy choices of drinks and Instagrammable desserts.

Casinos. A growing form of entertainment in the Philippines is in the gaming industry. In fact, an entire highway that leads to amusement and gaming centers are being constructed from right outside the airport!

You can find various resort-hotels with casinos on the ground floor in Pasay and Parañaque. The crowd is usually composed of families and businesspeople leisurely trying their luck at slot machines, card games, and table games.

Sports Bars. This is the sports enthusiasts’ dugout. It’s the ultimate place to convene around great food, cold beer, and wide-screen TVs playing live sports footage.

Basketball and boxing are particularly popular in the Philippines. As such, you might want to brush up on your knowledge about Manny Pacquiao and Gilas Pilipinas. But you can find other team sports fans here too!

Dance Clubs. Partying in the Philippines won’t be complete with exclusive access to dance floors, the best DJs, and sophisticated club vibes. There is a handful of clubs in the business districts of Makati and Taguig. Be sure to dress to impress because you’ll find the hottest ladies and gentlemen in this Manila nightlife scene!

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How to Meet People in Manila

Knowing where to go is just the first step to experience nightlife in Manila. If you’re looking to enjoy the rest of your nights here, be sure to make friends with the locals and talk to strangers.

Thanks to social networking sites which Filipinos are active in, meeting locals have never been more easy. Soon, you’ll find the right people to hang out with. Here are some suggestions:

Join Facebook travel communities. There is a handful of travel groups that cater to foreigners traveling together, backpackers, expats and more. Just about any form of travel is nurtured in these FB groups! So search for them, click join, and don’t be shy to introduce yourself. You’ll be surprised that a lot of people will actually want to show you around and give you tips about the Manila nightlife.

Meet the local Couchsurfers. Visit the Couchsurfing website and their subsequent Facebook pages are events (there is one for Manila and Quezon City). You’ll find meet-ups that you might want to join in. You can also take the initiative to invite people over beer, or attend the Thirstday events held weekly in Makati!

Search online for upcoming events. There are many pop culture blogs and websites that list down the latest happenings and offerings in the Manila nightlife. Examples of these are Spot.PH, Click the City, and WheninManila.

Use dating apps. You’ll be surprised that apps and websites such as Tinder can also be used for travel. Talk to people, set up a date in the nearest Manila nightlife you wanna see, and get to know more than just your date.

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  • Reply
    katrinajeancarter
    December 7, 2016 at 7:44 AM

    I grew up in Manila but left when I was 16. Seeing my friends enjoy college years together and even now still makes me wish I was there with them sometimes. However, not to fret. 🙂 I’m sure I will visit one day and enjoy some time with them. I will surely make sure to check out the different Night Life suggestions you put here. Thanks for sharing!

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    Garry Mattoc
    October 24, 2016 at 11:09 PM

    I tough that I am also done with night life. But when I visited Manila for business last month, my partners told me: We should go to the Palace.. there are 3 nightclubs in 1 place: Revel, Valkyrie and Pool Club… when you are in Pool club you don’t have any problem with the smoke and it is more quiet… So I we had tour and have great time over-there!

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      Sam Coronado
      October 24, 2016 at 11:20 PM

      Glad you enjoyed it Gary!!! It’s unique that nightlife can be smoke-free and quiet. I prefer that too, that’s why music bars are fit for me 🙂

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    Bob
    October 20, 2016 at 3:21 AM

    Love the night food markets in Manila, I have been to every one of them at one time or another. Quezon City, Makati and Global City all are great places for night life.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 20, 2016 at 4:31 AM

      Hi Bob! Great to hear that you’ve been to Manila and you think it’s awesome! 🙂 How long did you stay in the city?

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    Amanda @ Curly Sue Review
    October 18, 2016 at 1:42 PM

    I think I would prefer a place without the girls too so this was very helpful. The nightlife in Manila seems to be very colourful. It seems like it would be a fun thing to experience. The tip about joining Facebook travel groups is right. I’ve done that and met loads of people.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 18, 2016 at 9:57 PM

      Great that you met lots of people via FB travel groups. And of course! Adult entertainment ain’t for everyone. It’s the other side to the more wholesome nightlife.

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    lex
    October 16, 2016 at 3:50 PM

    Nightlife is always fun for people as I hear, am not a night person as I dont do outings once its past 7:00pm, great post though and I love the fact manila is this beautiful and glorious at night.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 18, 2016 at 12:04 AM

      Thanks for sharing Lex, and for being totally honest with the 7PM deadline! Lots of people will tempt you with FOMO (fear of missing out)

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    Sydney Fashion Hunter
    October 16, 2016 at 6:43 AM

    I’ve never been to Manila but I like the idea of trying the classy pubs in Makati. The food parks also sound like a great place to visit for a chilled night out. I’m a but past clubbing all night long these days but that doesn’t mean I want to be home in bed by 9pm either. Great to know there are option in Manila for those that will never see 20 again.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 18, 2016 at 12:03 AM

      I laughed at “those that will never see 20 again”! I’d like to think most of the nightlife here are populated by the same kind of folks. You still have a variety of choices either way! 🙂

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    Nina Sogue
    October 16, 2016 at 12:54 AM

    I’m from Manila but I haven’t experienced Night Life before. This is a helpful post, even for someone like me. I’m too shy to initiate conversing with other people, but Couchsurfers sounds interesting. I’ve heard people use dating apps too when they’re travelling. I’ve never imagined it can be a use for these apps.

    Nina Sogue | http://www.ninasogue.com

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      Sam Coronado
      October 18, 2016 at 12:02 AM

      Hi Nina! An introvert here too. But what’s great about Couchsurfers is that most of them, I think, are. Haha. It’s so easy to strike up a low-key conversation and make genuine friendships!

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    Fairytale Studios
    October 15, 2016 at 4:53 PM

    Never got a chance to visit Philippines. But Manila is in my travel list now. The night life seems happening. Would definitely want to experience it. Thanks for the tips.

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    mommykach
    October 15, 2016 at 3:23 AM

    Comprehensive post! I’m more of a tita now so I rarely go out to party and drink anymore. But! I will also find time and energy for some singing and KTV haha. Kidding aside, the best that I can do now is go to Mercato Central in BGC and just say goodbye to my diet 🙂

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      Sam Coronado
      October 18, 2016 at 12:06 AM

      Haha! Thanks for sharing Kach! Fellow #Tita here. I’ve passed by the Mercato Central in BGC… The one right at the astronaut, right? Haha. I love the giant mural!

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    Sheri @ A Busy Bees Life
    October 14, 2016 at 5:25 PM

    This is an excellent guide! If I were in Manila I would definitely want to hang out with you. There is so much to see and do, and the nightlife looks like so much fun. Although my partying days are long over, I would enjoy a day or two of partying and cocktails in Manila.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 14, 2016 at 6:48 PM

      Enjoying cocktails it is! If you ever go to Manila, I hope you’ll find this nightlife guide helpful 🙂 Also, ask me anything if you need help. Haha.

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    Nya
    October 14, 2016 at 2:47 AM

    Never been to Philippines but now I know if I ever go I have to try manila nightlife 🙂 thanks for the insightful post for moments felt like I was there myself!

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    Shai Habon
    October 13, 2016 at 11:08 PM

    Love this post! I used to party a lot but I decided to give myself some rests 🙂 I love music bars too! I mean I always go to bars not because of the drinks but because of the music 🙂

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      Sam Coronado
      October 14, 2016 at 6:52 PM

      I agree, because of the music. Just curious, which one is your favorite? Mine would be Tago Jazz Cafe… It’s just perfect. Low-key looks, great ambiance, sax nights on Saturdays and good food!! I’ve even made friends there at some point. 🙂

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    mariaisquixotic
    October 13, 2016 at 9:03 PM

    I’m curious on what will you choose. 🙂 I’d rather pick food parks, ktv more than clubs. Oh well. Who doesn’t love food? 🙂 Even though clubs are there and I love to dance, I would still choose food. Though I drink casually and/or occasionally, I will still love food. Hehehe. Now, I know where to go in case I would be brave to visit strip clubs which is part of my to-do list. hahahaha

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      Sam Coronado
      October 14, 2016 at 6:47 PM

      I’d rather pick music bars! My favorite hangout would be Tago Jazz Cafe in Cubao. I’ve frequented the place, and it’s so easy to make friends in a non-threatening way haha. The musicians would come to our table and talk. They even let me sing with the sax for a couple of Saturdays!

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    Teresa Dumadag
    October 13, 2016 at 4:24 PM

    I have not explored much of Manila’s night life. Been to a few before. While my kids are small, we’ll stick to family-friendly restos in the the meantime. 🙂 I want to bring them to field trips as well in Manila.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 7:31 PM

      True! Food parks would be a good start. Although most of the crowd there are millennials or families with grown up kids. Nightlife can wait!

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    true-blue Cebuano
    October 13, 2016 at 12:58 PM

    Manila is really a great place for party.
    But to me I would rather go to a pub with a cocktails and the less loud music.
    Just like my typical Friday or weekend booze sessions here in Cebu.
    But sure whenever I got to visit the national capital region this is a good reference mate!

    http://www.truebluecebuano.wordpress.com

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 7:30 PM

      Hope to try the Cebu nightlife soon! When I went there 2014, I didn’t know where to go. Any suggestions?

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    anne
    October 13, 2016 at 9:18 AM

    I always heard BGC because my favorite tandem is always there LOL. I havent been in a club or something but I would like to experience it.

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    Nadine Smith
    October 13, 2016 at 1:23 AM

    When I read the subject of the blog post, I said to myself “Uh-oh… I won’t be able to relate! It’s been ages since I had a ‘nightlife.'” Of course, I was thinking about clubbing! But good thing you also talked about food marts, karaoke, casinos, and other fun stuff and I thought “this is a great guide!” 🙂 Metro Manila is one of the best places to be a night owl!

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 7:29 PM

      Yeah Nadine! I believe nightlife is very varied and also has a cultural aspect. Food parks are becoming very popular in Manila. It’s popping up everywhere and in every city!

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    More Like Twins (@moreliketwins)
    October 13, 2016 at 12:44 AM

    Now this is what I am very knowledgeable with. I am a party girl and i love to party, like everyone else, ofcourse I go to Makati and Taguig! Especially in Valkyrie and Palace Pool. 😉

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 3:18 AM

      Great recommendations!!! Do list them here if you got more! They’re included on the list already 🙂

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    ROBERT LEE
    October 12, 2016 at 10:56 PM

    I think there is another way for foreigners to get travel tips and information on night life in the Philippines. Join expat forums. I do that whenever I am going to new places like Shanghai. From the forums, I learned so many things including how to spot scams and potential dangers.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 3:16 AM

      Good idea as always, Sir Robert! This article was actually meant for Manila Bulletin for their expat lifestyle mini-magazine. It will be published in November. In the article I’ve also delved into the expat recommendations!

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    Jen
    October 12, 2016 at 10:07 PM

    I used to work in Makati for 4
    Years. I really enjoyed the place as it has a lot of places wherein me and my co-workers can chill after work. We aleays choose to go on ktv bars or have a foodtrip at baga manila.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 3:11 AM

      I actually had to Google Baga Manila!! Never heard of it before, but now I’m including it on my list!

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    Kris
    October 12, 2016 at 8:11 PM

    Music bars ang KTV are always a hit in Cebu. Cebuanos love to sing so these are the go-to places when it comes to a weekend night life. I agree with joining travel groups on social media, it gives ypu an insipiration, tips and frugal iteneraries. This post sums up almost everything the foreigners need to know before partying in the Philippines

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 3:09 AM

      Thank you Kris for thinking so!I didn’t know that Cebuanos in particular like to sing. I’ve always seen them as a very fun-loving people, especially when I’m reminded of Sinulog! It’s like the chiller and more cultural version of Manila.

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    momi berlin
    October 12, 2016 at 7:26 PM

    And now im thinking. Perhaps i could even consider the nearest diner within our subdivision a place for that nightlife. It is called Yarda and and it has a variety of food from frap to rice meals, sizzling plates to tapsilogs, sushi to pizzas and pasta and a lot more. It opens at 4pm and closes past midnight. The people dining in are mostly barkadas and families who care not cook diner. The place has lights. And when there, I could hear music, laughters and lots of chismis.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 13, 2016 at 3:08 AM

      Go ahead! Haha. Yarda is a cool name that reminds me of the Yard, but Filipino version. It sounds like a place to enjoy the night, so who knows, that may categorically fall into nightlife. Since I believe it’s not just about clubbing, and local nightlife is also evolving!

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        momi berlin
        October 13, 2016 at 8:31 PM

        Yes, not really much into clubbing but more on a neighborhood chill place. And a lot more wholesome. There are so many kids running around. It is an open space, more like the Yard. Many say they copied the concept from the Yard.

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    Alyssa Tuangco
    October 12, 2016 at 6:22 PM

    Great post! Manila really has a colorful night life, it’s up to you if you want to relax or to party. Medyo nagulat lang ako on how to identify the hookers. Most of the time I see women calling cars along Quezon Ave but I haven’t stumbled upon the male ones. Anyway, I like the first picture!

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 6:58 PM

      Haha! I actually took the risk of telling it here, but I guess if you look at it culturally, it really IS part of the nightlife. Next time you make rounds in QC Circle, maybe you can take a closer look. Thank you Alyssa! 🙂

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    Dominic
    October 12, 2016 at 4:30 PM

    Read this blog post just so I get updated with what to find in Manila nightlife and where to find them. Surprisingly, Malate Ermita is still there. The last time I went there was during college pa yata and or around 2007. I’m not really into partying and loud music but I do enjoy the booze. Coffee is still my thing and conversations.

    http://thetopknotters.com

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 7:00 PM

      I agree Dominic. I think growing up, I tend to enjoy more mellowed-down nightlife. Especially pubs and particularly jazz bars. Malate used to have a very negative connotation to me because of that Andrew E song. Hahaha.

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    Mica de Leon
    October 12, 2016 at 3:37 PM

    The nightlife I don’t have. Haha. I would enjoy dancing in clubs, or sipping drinks at bars… but since I’ve acquired the same alcohol allergies as my dad I have to skip the bar life. That’s not a problem though, since I’ll be perfectly fine eating at food parks instead.

    There’s More To Mica ❥ micadeleon.com

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 6:58 PM

      Hi Mica! Alcohol allergies suck! But maybe there’s a hidden benefit to them since you won’t be so intoxicated, and I learned from microbiology that your defenses against toxins are actually more active. Still! Food parks are there to the rescue! 🙂

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    Mommy Queenelizabeth
    October 12, 2016 at 10:45 AM

    Manila night life seems to be enchanting. Im not a partyphile.. but during my college days ive experienced night life in QC for like twice.. it was fun and memorable with friends coz we went home to our dorm at 3am and our land lady and guard refused to let us in so we spent the rest of that early morning at 7eleven.. lol!

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 6:55 PM

      Haha. The heady days of college. I also studied in QC, and therefore experienced nightlife here too back in college. But the best ones happened in Ortigas and Makati. For now, since I’m not a “partyphile” myself, I enjoy QC for its bars! Thanks for sharing your story Ms. Beth!! Hope to hear more of ’em. 🙂

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    Me-An Clemente
    October 12, 2016 at 4:20 AM

    This is pretty helpful for those tourists, but I think it will be more helpful if you added exact clubs or pubs on your post 🙂 Whenever I’m in a foreign country, I tend to look for those stuff since I won’t know which places are the good and safe ones. The taxi driver also would have a different preference or may not know which are the hotspots. I think by adding such it will also help tourists stay longer at your site 😀 Overall, informative post on where nightlife happens.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 6:53 PM

      Thanks Me-an! I initially included a list here. But then I found that it was not meaningful at all just putting bullet points of random names of bars. Metro Manila is huge! So, if anyone is interested, as per what kind of bars and in which city, I email a list for free. So far two people not from PH have asked 🙂

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    chardybaldyosa
    October 12, 2016 at 3:58 AM

    Always so helpful sam! This post is great, I’ve been living in Manila my whole life and while I was reading this post, I was trying to think of things to add and to my surpirse, everything I’ve thought of was already listed. Sama naman sa next gimik! More power! ❤️

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 7:01 PM

      Hi Richard! To be completely honest, when I wrote this post and I got an idea of where to go… I wanted to go out more! But I find sawa na yung friends ko haha. #LateBloomer. So, if you wanna explore Escolta anytime soon, just comment “G” back here and bring 1-2 friends! 😀

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    Louisa Mercado
    October 12, 2016 at 2:49 AM

    Admittedly, I’m a city girl but I don’t get to experience the night life too much. You’re right about QC. I used to work in that area on night shift and you would see them all lined up down the street hidden in dark spots or behind trees. I think if I did try more of the night life food parks would be the way to go.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 3:59 AM

      Me too, I don’t go out too much. My favorite ones are the music bars so that I can actually just observe people and unwind with a cold beer in hand. Food parks are great, although sometimes I find people go there only to take Instagrammable food. Haha. Nothing bad about that too!

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    laveenasengar
    October 12, 2016 at 12:36 AM

    I have heard so many beautiful things about Manila in some of the posts. But yes I didn’t know sits night life. I come from Mumbai, the city that never sleeps so this is like a great not me.

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 1:00 AM

      Good to know Laveena! I didn’t know that about Mumbai. Looking forward to hear your stories about the city nightlife too. 🙂

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    MELISSA U
    October 12, 2016 at 12:29 AM

    I’m from Manila although my night life is dead. The closest night life I have would be drinking wine / margaritas with my friends till 10pm – very tita. Haha. I don’t think this kind of night life is cut for me….. although I’m convinced I might give it a try 🙂

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 1:00 AM

      Hi Melissa! You’re right, most of my activities are very Tita too. Maybe a night out once in a while will do it for me at this point. I do it mostly to observe people haha. So just in case, keep this list in mind! 🙂

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    Carola
    October 12, 2016 at 12:14 AM

    Sounds like there’s a lot to do. I like that there are music bars with live performances from local bands. That’s always nice to listen to. I’d love to go to a food park as well. Sounds like a lot of fun. Great article on the nightlife and how to meet people!

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    Martine de Luna
    October 11, 2016 at 10:43 PM

    Awesome post! After being a mom, I have no clue about night life anymore. Will be bookmarking this for future reference, since I can now leave the kids with their grandparents if the hubby and I want a night out!

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      Sam Coronado
      October 12, 2016 at 4:00 AM

      Which one would you pick? I’m curious. My brand of nightlife is the music bars!

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        Nicole Paler
        October 14, 2016 at 9:40 PM

        Me too! As a mom who wants to have a date with her hubby, or a night out with the barkada kasi day off si inday, I’m all for the music bars, the KTVs and foodtrips.

        Side story for a bit.. There’s this one bar where my husband and I were invited by our guest to come with, it’s in ermita I believe, and it’s a sort of music bar/ktv with the baks/ gay entertainers who are hosting for you. Such a lot of fun! 🙂

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          Sam Coronado
          October 15, 2016 at 2:14 AM

          Haha!! Your comment reminds me that I forgot a key to Manila nightlife… it’s the gay bars/comedy bars!!! Adding them now!

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