KTV in Manila: From Laid Back to Fancy

KTV in Manila

[KTV in Manila Featured Image is CTTO.] KTV in Manila means discovering other karaoke joints worth hanging around. You need to unwind. But options around the metro are better than settling for whatever is just around the corner. Especially if you’ve been there for the nth time. Who knows if one of the joints listed in this article about KTV in Manila is a lot closer to where you might be coming from? Again, the term “Manila” would again pertain to Metropolitan Manila.

KTV in Manila
Source: The 61st Avenue Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
The 61st Avenue

How laid back can you get when it comes to KTV in Manila? The 61st Avenue is located at M. Almeda St., Pateros, Metro Manila. It’s one joint where you can come as you are. Have dinner and some drinks to gather enough courage to sing your favorite song at the karaoke machine. Because sometimes, all you need to do to unwind is sing your heart out. Not too fancy to worry about any dress code. Call them up at 0929-894-9935 if you need any driving directions or tips on how to commute from where you are.

KTV in Manila
Source: Celebrity Lounge Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
Celebrity Lounge

Located at 431 Shaw Blvd corner Ideal St., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila. Celebrity Lounge is one KTV in Manila that displayed their spacious-looking rooms. Surely most KTV joints would take pride in the food and privacy that a KTV room can provide. But setting the ambiance for relaxing night to unwind the night away is crucial just by looking at the room alone. And not all pods are the same. Some rooms have KTV shown through an overhead projector. Other rooms use a flat-screen, high definition monitor to display the KTV. They accept reservations through their hotline numbers at 632-7522, 703-0179 and through their mobile number 0915-440-5398.

KTV in Manila
Source: KC Kizmet KTV Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
KC Kizmet KTV

KTV pods found in this KTV in Manila range from the wholesome to the naughty. Don’t worry. Nothing beyond that skimpy bikini painted on the walls. If you’re with your family and friends, wholesome pods are available too. Calling them for reservations would be highly recommended though. You never know until when would any of these pods be available for your entertainment. KC Kizmet KTV’s landline numbers are 534-8682 and 532-0706.

KTV in Manila
Source: Mysterious Lady Angel KTV Bar Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
Mysterious Lady Angel KTV Bar

This KTV in Manila obviously set its marketing strategy towards the Japanese expatriate community. Its latest Facebook posts were mostly in Nihongo. Still this KTV in Manila is one joint worth hanging out with your friends. Located at 576 Pedro Gil St. corner Jorge Bocobo St., Manila is worth trying for the locals. They have themed nights too. Some bordering on naughty. Then again it all depends on perspective. Reservations and other queries may be phoned in through 354-2023.

KTV in Manila
Source: iChill Theater Cafe Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
iChill Theater Cafe

Ever experienced the KTV in Manila operating under a musical theater theme? You may have read about iChill Theater Cafe at Spot.ph, 8listZomato and GMA News TV’s Taste Buddies. And they’ve been featured on ANC too. But what was not mentioned as often as its musical theater theme is the second floor’s KTV parties. Some young urban professionals and college students would book a night with iChill Theater Cafe after learning that karaoke equipment is available there. The fully consumable package is rated at P1400 per hour. Corkage fee of P700 per hour is then applicable if you would book your karaoke party night with iChill. That means food and drinks ordered will be billed separately. Located  at Dos Castillas St, Sampaloc, Manila, you can call them at 521-0056 for reservations. Nearest landmark is the UST Hospital.

KTV in Manila
Source: AfterShift KTV Facebook Page

KTV in Manila
AfterShift KTV

Among the entries in our list of KTV in Manila, AfterShift KTV is one that just opened less than a year ago as of this writing. The name “AfterShift” obviously referred to their target market – the BPO regulars. Hence their decision to operate 24/7. It’s a sensible marketing move. Whatever time it may be, as long as it’s the yuppies’ after shift, they can count on AfterShift KTV to be open. A joint they can frequent to unwind. As of this writing, they have expanded. They have 2 new VIP rooms that can fit up to 12 people per pod. Located at 101 Exportbank Dr., Makati, Philippines, you can reach them by calling 0915 519 0456 for reservation and inquiries.

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Where is Manila: Because It’s Time to Discover

Where is Manila

You may have read or heard about ALDUB. But where is Manila? The crew that surrounded ALDUB throughout its 2015 run may not be limited to Manila. But most of their activities are concentrated in Manila. You may have seen some episodes where the parks of the city of Manila are featured on the background. But apart from being the heart of the Philippines almost literally, what else should the world know about Manila.

Where is Manila
Source: Google Maps

Where is Manila if the map of the Philippines would be used? When it is mentioned that it is almost literally at the heart of the Philippines, there is some truth to it. The mainland island, Luzon, has covered almost half of the archipelago. If the Philippines is a human body, you can spot the heart of the country. On whether it has something to do in helping the government decide in the past in declaring it as the Philippine national capital is not clear.

Tourists would usually ask where is Manila because going to the other tourist destinations in the Philippines would often be described by adding the distance between it and the city of Manila. For example, the beaches that you’d like to tour are located on the mainland and you would coming from outside the country. The starting point would usually be at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. (Disclaimer: Other tours start at the Clark International Airport. So check your travel itinerary in case it doesn’t include tourist hotspots in Manila itself.)

Where is Manila
Source: Google Maps

Business travelers on their way to the business districts of Makati or Ortigas would surely find their flights’ destination at Manila. Tourists that would prefer starting the trip in Manila first would then discover a city whose colonial past is now in ruins. What is left of the ruins have become an idyllic tourist attraction in itself. It partly explained why some tourists called Manila (or the Philippines, for that matter) as a Latin American city lost in Asia. Then again, where is Manila as they read from some Onion article if a cacophony of Latin American influences is mashed-up with baroque European architecture?

Manila is a beautiful kind of mixed bag. If you would like to be specific as to its location, it’s at 14° 35′ N, 121º 00 E. It is essential when you are interested in knowing where is Manila. Wikipedia referred to it as a “densely populated bayside city”. Then again, that is why most tourists would rather have Manila as their starting point when touring the Philippines. You may have heard about the world-famous sunset view by the bay. It’s an all-time classic. Keeps on bringing over the lovebirds for the ultimate romantic view.

Places in Manila

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