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    Greenbelt (Makati City)

    Greenbelt Mall is a complex of five contemporary buildings, each having its own style of architecture and feature. The mall offers a mix of high-end retail shops, restaurants, amenities, leisure and entertainment.

    Glorietta Mall (Makati City)

    A large shopping mall in the Ayala Center. many Houses many shops and restaurants, as well as cinemas and a gym.

    Power Plant Mall

    Located within the Rockwell Center, Power Plant Mall is a four-level complex incorporates a mix of specialty brands, both international and local, a supermarket, lifestyle retailers, specialty boutiques, themed restaurants and state-of-the-art cinemas.

    Ayala Museum (Makati City)

    Completed by Leandro Locsin, 1990 National Artist for Architecture, in 1974, the museum showcases the Philippines’ history and cultures through a wide range of dioramas of native boats and foreign ships, and the making of a Filipino statesman of international renown in the Carlos P. Romulo Room.

    Filipinas Heritage Library (Makati City)

    Located in the historic Nielson Tower, the library runs on an electronic system where information storage, retrieval, and dissemination are done through the use of IT.

    Libingan ng mga Bayani (Taguig City)

    The resting place of 33,520 Filipino soldiers who were killed in World War II and where the tomb of the Unknown Soldier is enshrined.

    American Cemetery and Memorial (Taguig City)

    Completed in 1960, the cemetery   stands as a solemn symbol of the heroism of American soldiers during World War II.

    Intramuros (Manila)

    Otherwise called the Walled City, Intramuros is the oldest district and historic core of the City of Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Binondo (Manila)

    Established in 1594, the oldest Chinatown in the world is the centre of commerce and trade for all types of businesses run by Filipino-Chinese merchants.

    Ayala Triangle Gardens

    Makati’s Central Park at the heart of the central business district with a beautiful landscape and many restaurants that offer fresh, new dining concepts with al fresco seating.

    Rizal Park (Manila)

    Otherwise known as Luneta, the park is the most important shrine of the country as well as a favourite place where the locals spend their weekend.

    Via Mare (Makati City)

    One of the longest running restaurants in the Philippines well known for its Philippine desserts like puto bumbong and bibingka.

    Wooden Spoon (Makati City)

    The restaurant of Chef Sandy Daza, heir apparent of the legendary Nora Daza who created the Filipino Food Cookbook bible.

    Project Pie (Mandaluyong City)

    A relatively new eatery in the local restaurant scene with a DIY pizza concept.

    Peking Garden (Makati City)

    A plush Chinese restaurant that serves authentic and classic Northern Chinese cuisine.

    Hard Rock Cafe

    A chain of American theme restaurants founded in 1971 by Americans Peter Morton & Isaac Tigrett. Its interior is decked with rock and roll memorabilia, a unique trait across the Hard Rock Cafe chain.

    Buddha Bar

    This eatery offers a diverse selection of cuisines popular in pacific region including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and other East Asian flavour, with a zest for the West. All dishes are prepared to our family can be shared among guests, and are served in large

    SM Mall of Asia (Pasay City)

    One of the largest in the world (407,000 sqm), the mall is a popular tourist destination for shopping and entertainment in the Philippines.

    Bonifacio High Street (Taguig City)

    An excellent venue which features trendy boutiques and shops, and restaurants offering exquisite dining alongside amphitheatre performances and water parks.

    SM Megamall (Mandaluyong City)

    Located in the Ortigas business district of Metro Manila, the largest shopping mall in Philippines offers a total land area of 506,435 sqm that will delight every shopper.

    Newport Performing Arts Theatre

    Located in Resorts World Manila, Pasay City, it is a majestic venue for concerts, plays, musicals, exclusive productions, and more.

    The Cultural Centre of the Philippines (Pasay City)

    A 62-hectare complex dedicated to preserve and promote arts and culture, the centre is a great venue to catch arts performances, festival celebrations and exhibitions.

    Fraser Place Manila

    Located within the CBD at a mere 10 km from Manila International Airport, Fraser Place Manila as a fully-furnished luxury residence is the preferred choice of accommodation over hotels near Manila airport.  With ease of accessibility to the major offices, shopping and entertainment venues and the city’s popular attractions, Fraser Place Manila is an accommodation that will make its mark on every traveller’s Manila hotel map.

    Fraser Place Manila

    Forbes Tower
    Valero Street
    Salcedo Village
    Makati City1200

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Supermarket (10 minutes by foot)
      • Convenience stores (5minutes by foot)
      • Clinic / Hospital (10 minutes by car)
      • Park (10 minutes by foot)
      • Public Library / Museum (10 minutes by car)
      • Shopping centres, restaurants, entertainment hotspots (10 minutes by car)
    • Getting to Fraser Place Manila

      From The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)

      • By taxi: 45 minutes’ drive, Php 700 to Php 1000 pesos estimated taxi fare.

      From Manila Domestic Airport

      • By taxi: 45 minutes’ drive, Php 700 to Php 1000 pesos estimated taxi fare.
    • About Manila

      Manila, capital city of the Philippines, is the main embarkation point for tourists and visitors to the country.

      Metro Manila is made up of nine cities: Manila, Quezon City, Makati, Pasay, Pasig, Kalookan, Las Pinas, Paranaque, Mandaluyong, and eight municipalities, covering 630 sq km in total. It is a delightful mix of old and new, where traditions, modern customs, centuries-old buildings and gleaming high-rise hotels and skyscrapers, quaint street stalls, modern shopping malls, stately museums and discotheques and bars all fit together in a unique manner that characterize Manila as we see it today.

      Right in the centre of Metro Manila is Makati, a bustling cosmopolitan city. Rapid growth over the past 25 years has made Makati the commercial, communication and financial centre of the Philippines where chic boutiques, trendy restaurants and department stores exist alongside banks, corporate head offices and embassies.

    • Essential Facts About Manila


      Manila has a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 22°C to 35°C. Due to its lower elevation, the temperature is generally higher, as is the humidity and wind velocity. Manila experiences the highest amount of rainfall as early as the second week of May to end October.


      There are two official languages: Filipino and English. Filipino, which is based on Tagalog, is the national language. English, also widely used, is the medium of instruction in higher education.

      Time Difference

      GMT + 8 hours


      A valid passport is required for travel to the Philippines. Except for stateless persons and citizens from countries with which the Philippines has no diplomatic relations, all visitors may enter the country without visas and stay for a period of up to 21 days, provided they have tickets for an onward journey. Holders of Hong Kong and Taiwan passports must obtain special permits from the Philippine Embassies/Consulates.


      The Philippines' currency unit is the peso, divided into 100 centavos. Credits cards are accepted in major establishments.


      Tipping is expected for most services, with standard practice at 10% of the total bill. However, it is optional on bills that already include a 10% service charge.

      Business Hours

      Banks and Government offices:
      Banks open from 09:00 to 15:00 hours
      Government offices either from 08:00 to 17:00 hours and 09:00 to 18:00 hours

      Daily, 10:00 to 20:00 hours

      Shops and department stores (hours may vary):
      Mondays to Sundays, 09:30 to 18:00 hours

      Telephone Network

      Public phones are plentiful and require a minimum of two one-peso coins for a local call.


      A certificate of vaccination against yellow fever is required for travellers journeying from infected areas. Children less than a year old are exempted but may be subjected to isolation when necessary.


      220V AC is the common standard. 110 V AC is also used.

      Public Holidays

      New Year's Day, EDSA Revolution Day (People’s Power Day), Day of Valour, Labour Day, Independence Day, Manila Day, National Heroes Day, All Saints' Day, Bonifacio Day, Christmas Day, Rizal Day.