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I usually go clubbing with 1 or 2 persons maximum so I tend to prefer when there is a dancefloor, a nice bar area and where it is easy to meet new people.
There are a few negative sides about Manila though.
The city is still developing and you won't see the kind of sophisticated bars and clubs as you would in Singapore, Bangkok or Jakarta (except maybe for Chaos).
During the day, you may spend a lot of time in traffic (not as much as in Jakarta anyway). The food is not great unless you are a fan of junk food/American food.
If you are into paid sex, be aware that Manila is rather expensive too: Bar fines can reach almost a 100$! Finally, security is an issue but it is quite exaggerated in my opinion.
It is the most interesting place for party because there are both high-end clubs and bars a lively red light district.
The internet is terrible, even when advertised as being fast.
1) Black Market The current trendy club in Manila among expats and hip Filipinos. Lots of pretty girls but not so easy to chat with them.
2) Valkyrie Located in The Palace in Bonifacio Global City, it is huge and modern with a great party atmosphere.
They attract budget travelers, backpackers, tourists and Koreans/Japanese businessmen. The area can be considered a red-light district with its Korean-style karaokes and its pubs with freelance prostitutes.
You also have some street prostitution and a few popular expat bars. is actually the most populated city in the Philippines, before Manila. There used to be a red light area with naked striptease but it was closed down by the Mayor a few years ago.
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