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B22 L21 Cherryhomes 2,Mambog 1,Bacoor, Calabarzon, Philippines 1.88 km

Australian Builder. See our listing in google and Facebook for more info.

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Just in case they wanted an expertise in building construction with international standard.

Km. 27 Aguinaldo Highway, Dasmarinas, Philippines 5.38 km

The Orchard Golf & Country Club – The Orchard has been designated as a bird and wildlife sanctuary with its teeming foliage and various species of birds. And yet this scenic and serene enclave is a mere 45 minutes from the bustling city of Makati and 15 minutes away from the Alabang Town Center.

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Barangay Javalera, Gen. Trias, Cavite 6.87 km

Eagle Ridge Golf & Country Club. It has been our dream to create the complete golfing experience, near enough to Metro Manila to be convenient and far enough away so you can experience a slice of idyllic Philippine countryside living. Eagle Ridge is a realization of this dream.

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Manila>Paranaque 9.3 km

Operating in Manila/Philippines since 2000, DENTEXPO is a professional, high quality dental laboratory supervised by German dental technology experts

We specialize in dental implants, including dentures, combined cases, ceramill full porcelain and laminates for cosmetic or restorative dentistry. As a dentist in the Philippines or abroad, you can improve your dental practice’s profitability by huge savings and high-quality from DENTEXPO. As a patient, you can be assured of the best quality in materials and latest techniques in the work that goes into your case, done by experts in the field and at very affordable rates.

In these times of escalating costs in dental care, including lower coverage in dental insurance plans, professionals the world over have to find better value alternatives for their dental laboratory needs, without sacrificing the quality and materials that we have learned to rely on. We offer great value in your cases, whether it be for cosmetic dentistry, for dental implants or reconstruction, your satisfaction will be guaranteed.

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BF Homes, 153 Aguirre Avenue, Parañaque, NCR, Philippines 9.71 km

We are a team of dedicated professionals committed to providing competent, safe, and affordable dental work and dental services to our Australian and international patients. Our dental clinic is located in Manila, Philippines, and is situated only 20 minutes from the international airport. The dental clinic is open seven days a week 9 am – 10 pm  Perfect for business travelers or tourists. We have been providing our services since 2003.

Australia +617 31024632
New Zealand +64 212700786

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107 Aguirre Ave, BF Homes, Paranaquie City, Philippines 9.71 km

We present an authentic “pub house” experience in Manila to our guests based on the “craic” of Ireland – a fun, friendly and exuberant atmosphere. We take great pride in providing our guests with excellent quality products and service. Our recipes are prepared on the premises, using only the finest ingredients. It is our promise to stay devoted to Traditional Irish Pub Fare and remain passionate about the perfect pint.

MULLIGANS IRISH GASTRO  is located at 61 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Paranaque City and is the newest restaurant bar in the area.

Mulligans caters mostly to clients who want to feel the ambience of a real Irish atmosphere.  With wide screen sports TV’s, guests can enjoy sporting events “LIVE” via our satellite system.’Serving exquisite Local and European cuisine, fine house wines and imported beers at great prices. Take a look at what we have in our Deli, imported products that can make you feel like your back home.

107 Aguirre Ave, BF Homes, Paranaquie City, Philippines

57 Aguirre Ave, BF Homes, Paranaquie City

64 Aguirre Ave, BF Homes, Paranaquie City

8479 Kalayaan Ave, Makati City

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Alabang 2/F Festival Supermall, Filinvest Corporate City, South Luzon Expressway, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines 11.15 km

A very British pub and restaurant in the parking level floor of Festival Mall, Alabang. British Sunday roast buffet of beef/turkey/ham or pork with all the trimmings, and an apple crumble or trifle for dessert, with nursery custard on Sunday lunchtimes but also sausage and mash etc

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Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila 13.59 km
(02) 523 1797(02) 523 1797

The Museo Pambata is a children’s interactive museum. Unlike traditional museums where items are stored behind glass and touching is highly discouraged, Museo Pambata invites visitors to learn with the exhibits by using their total senses. It envisions itself as a discovery museum and resource center promoting Filipino global culture, children’s advocacy programs, and creative educational programs with linkages to global communities. The museum also has regular programs and events for various sectors.

Museum dedicated to toys and games for children

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Congressional Rd, General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite, Calabarzon, Philippines 13.73 km

The sprawling 140-hectares that make up Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, for the exclusive use of its members, is located in Carmona, Cavite approximately 30 kms. south of Makati, Metro Manila. These two-(2) golf courses were the first of many constructed by the leader of golf course development in the country, Fil-Estate Golf and Development Incorporated. State of the art golf course construction was implemented to provide all weather golfing conditions. A weather station and a computerized irrigation system further insures year round golfing enjoyment. The course was scientifically designed with the environment in mind and has an extensive drainage system that captures surface water and funnels it back to the lakes to recycle water.

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Colonel Jesus Villamor Air base, Pasay City, Metro Manila 15.14 km

The Villamor Golf Course is fairly flat, but still challenging to golfers of all standards due to the trees and water hazards. The fairways are lined with elegant agoho, ipil-ipil, nara and mango trees. Indian tulips mark the 150-yard point on each hole. The grass on the fairways is native carabao grass, which is ideally suited to the tropical climate.

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Taft Ave, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila 18.28 km

The National Museum, a Trust of the Government, is an educational, scientific and cultural institution that acquires, documents, preserves, exhibits, and fosters scholarly study and public appreciation of works of art, specimens, and cultural and historical artifacts representative of our unique to the cultural heritage of the Filipino people and the natural history of the Philippines. It is mandated to establish, manage and develop museums comprising the National Museum Complex and the National Planetarium in Manila, as well as regional museums in key locations around the country. Currently, the National Museum national network comprise nineteen regional, branch and site museums throughout the archipelago.

The National Museum manages and develops the national reference collections in the areas of cultural heritage (fine arts, anthropology and archaeology) and natural history (botany, zoology,and geology and paleontology), and carries out permanent research programs in biodiversity, geological history, human origins, pre-historical and historical archaeology, maritime and underwater cultural heritage, ethnology, art history, and moveable and immoveable cultural properties. Appreciationof the collections and research findings of the Museum, as well as technical and museological skills and knowledge, are disseminated through exhibitions, publications, educational, training, outreach, technical assistance and other public programs. The National Museum also implements and serves as a regulatory and enforcement agency of the Government with respect to a series of cultural laws, and is responsible for various culturally significant properties, sites and reservations throughout the country. It is the lead agency in the official commemoration of Museums and Galleries Month, which is the month of October, every year.

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BSP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila 18.39 km
(063) 250 5271(063) 250 5271

The Metropolitan Museum of Manila maintains permanent and temporary exhibitions of pre-colonial, modern and contemporary Philippine art. It aims to make art accessible to all via its multi-disciplinary approach in content and design, its interactive stations and educational programs.

Established in 1976, it is the first Philippine art institution to offer a bilingual and pedagogical program. It is partially subsidized by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP or the Central Bank of the Philippines).In 1979 the ‘Met’ was incorporated into a foundation known as the Metropolitan Museum of Manila Foundation, Inc. officially changing the status of the Museum to an independent, private, nonsectarian, non-political and non-profit cultural foundation.

Its principal program involves the exposure of its audience to quality art exhibitions and the liberal exchange of ideas, issues and creative processes associated with the collections of the Met, the BSP and its patrons. Another first is the museum’s disability-sensitive program established in 2010 providing tactile and sensorial content. It believes in the use of art as a tool in the teaching of excellence, cultural values, and social responsibility.

The Museum is responsible for the conservation of some of the country’s national treasures. The basement gallery showcases pre-Hispanic gold and pottery artifacts–proof of a flourishing pre-colonial Filipino society actively engaged in international trade and showcasing hallmarks of Filipino art and culture from the 8th to 13th centuries.

Also featuredis the era of Spanish colonization that produced religious images and objects by the country’s most illustrious artists, some who garnered international recognition at the turn of the 20th century in Europe such as painters Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo and Juan Luna.

An expansive main gallery showcases international art and thematically curated temporary exhibitions. The second floor galleries will soon exhibit a permanent collection of paintings, sculptures and prints representing turn of the 21st century and the best in contemporary Philippine art.

In recognition of the value of scholarship, the Met maintains a strong relationship with the academic community. It has outreach programs in non-traditional venues, both in urban and rural areas. In a pioneering effort to engage private support for public concerns, it continues to acquire the encouraging assistance of institutions both local and foreign.

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