Drop your bags in your Pasay City accommodation and get moving. Pasay City only knows how to do its entertainment one way—full tilt. Its massive Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex (CCP) includes, among other things, a convention centre, an amphitheatre, a film centre and multiple theme parks (because clearly one theme park isn’t enough).
If somehow that isn’t enough for you, then perhaps you’d like to roll the dice and head to Newport City, another entertainment complex that includes a casino, a hotel and a shopping mall. Still have a little room in your luggage? Don’t let that space go to waste. The Mall of Asia is one of the largest shopping centres in the entire country. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, then the thing probably doesn’t exist!
Cap off the night along Roxas Boulevard, where the party never stops. You might be dancing with some of the Philippines’ up-and-coming business and political superstars!
Fly into Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) and take a taxi any of the hotels in Pasay City. In the city’s big entertainment centres, your best mode of transportation will be your own feet, but you can also take the train or hail a taxi to move about town.
You may need to rub your lucky four-leaf clover to win big at the casinos, but you don’t need any extra luck to save money on Pasay packages —Wotif does that for you. We’ll even get you set up with great savings on Manila hotels so you can extend your visit and see more of the Philippines!
Hotels in Pasay start at AU$62 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.