Dusit Thani Manila

Address: Ayala Center, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1223, Philippines | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ayala Center, Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, San Agustin Museum, Avilon Zoo, and Monastery of Saint Agustin.
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    Travel Blogs from Makati


    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Mar 07, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... shops, but were mostly residential. And this was the slum type of residential that Josh and I walked into. I felt uncomfortable, partly because of the looks we were getting (but then again we get hardcore sticky looks all the time), and partly because it felt like we were about to get robbed, but we came out fully unscathed.

    Josh said I shouldn't let this kind of thing bother me. This is reality, and this is part of my culture and I should embrace it.


    The Fusion of Art and Nature

    A travel blog entry by travelling_bk on Feb 16, 2014

    15 photos

    ... steel ones, each gallery offers a touch of international artistry. The feel inside the gallery is just an overflow of passion and love for the arts. Each art piece was created with hard work and was proudly presented to the visitors. One of the areas where you should not miss was the 'FOREST.’ If you want to have a feel and hear what the forest is at night, then step in to this dark room where the only thing you can here was drips of water. By ...

    Back for one more night

    A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Jan 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... an application form from one desk – fill it in – go to another window to pay the 'fast-track' processing fee (3030 peso) - take it back to the initial desk to collect a number for the visa application/processing window – wait your turn, then hand in the form/passport & photocopy of it/and payment receipt {no photo is required}. You can then collect your passport with new visa extension two hours later.

    The Day That Never Seemed to End

    A travel blog entry by elsat on Nov 26, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... comprehend the day and the future. The day of the storm was endless, confusing, and left question marks in everyone's minds:

    Do our families know we are okay?
    When will we receive aid?
    Did everyone we know survive?
    Where will we get water and food when we run out?

    The first night was not a night filled with sleep. I was restless, awaking at every sound, anticipating yet having no idea what the following days would have in store.

    Elsa ...


    A travel blog entry by mrtourguy on Nov 16, 2013

    1 photo

    We're going to Malaysia and Nepal and this bootleg travelogue is a writing exercise.

    A little bit of a background: I'm a tourist guide based in Metro Manila. I've taken groups to different parts of the Philippines and during that time, some of my guests wrote on their journals. This inspired me to do the same for this occasion.

    My wife works as an editorial consultant for a website dedicated to NGOs worldwide. Joining our trip are her two ...