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KTV in Manila: From Laid Back to Fancy

[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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KTV Manila Bars: Wholesome Alternatives

Ever thought about looking for an ideal karaoke joint among KTV Manila Bars found on Google? Chances are you’re looking for wholesome alternatives. That is if the “girly” aspect of certain KTV Manila Bars are not your thing. But in this article, options available for you would be listed.

KTV Manila Bars

KTV Manila Bars
Some of the “conventional” choices

310 Japan KTV Bar
M. Adriatico St corner Malvar St,
Malate, Manila
Rates:
P500 for the first 120 minutes,
P300 for the 60-minute extension,
P250 per ladies’ drink.

Club 930 KTV Bar
1644-7 Mabini St
Malate, Manila
Rates:
P500 for the first 90 minutes
P300 for the 60-minute extension,
P250 per ladies’ drink.

Harajuku 1821 KTV Bar
1721 M. Adriatico St,
Malate, Manila
Rates:
P500 for the first 90 minutes

KTV Manila Bars

 

KTV Manila Bars
Criteria to Use

Imagine yourself planning for the karaoke party for sometime now. Cost would be the primary concern. Then again you would also need to check if the need to spend arises. There are usually 2 kinds of planners that start Googling KTV Manila Bars for their next event. One is stuck with a limited budget. And two is the relatively well-heeled. But it’s not an excuse to go lenient on your choices.

Budget is the usual concern. And KTV Manila Bars would usually charge per hour. Certain promos and special deals would indicate if the hourly charge would cover food and drinks. The term often used is consumable. When you are trying to get the bang for your buck, you want to ensure that you got the most value for you money. If it is not that much of a concern for you, it is not an excuse either for you to downplay the value offered for your planned karaoke party. And you realize on the previous list posted what other KTV Manila Bars have missed to pitch. The package deals.

In the next list to be posted, criteria would include rates per hour, operating hours, package deals and tips on how to reserve, if any. Operating hours are crucial so you can plan in advance in case everyone else has very limited time available for a karaoke party. Time is of the essence when you’re with friends too. Using this criteria, what KTV Manila Bars or Joints can you choose from?

KTV Manila Bars
Source: Karaoke Hub Website

KTV Manila Bars
Karaoke Hub

With 4 branches in the city of Manila alone, you are rest assured that you can get available space whenever able. They are located at Ever Gotesco Manila, SM Manila, SM Sta. Mesa and Harrison Plaza. Peak hours can be a hassle though. But it usually lies with knowing when to come. With Karaoke Hub’s branches located in malls, you would expect them to be open before lunch time. Ideal for enthusiasts that would rather focus on karaoke and camaraderie with friends. Rates are fixed at P160 per hour. Drinks sold separately.

KTV Manila Bars
Source: Music 21 KTV Website

KTV Manila Bars
Music 21 Plaza Family KTV and Restaurant

Music 21 Plaza has 5 branches in Metro Manila with 1 found in Malate. Unlike the KTV Manila Bars posted on the first list, it has available information online on packages and promos apart from rates per hour. It’s the ideal KTV joint to hang around with for those who’d like to unwind at night until the wee hours of the morning. 12 noon to 5am to be specific. Rates per hour go for at least P84 per head per hour. Package deals range between P2,200 and P3,500. Placing reservations is done by phone. Their landline number is 522-6935.

KTV Manila Bars
Source: iChill Theater Cafe Facebook Page

KTV Manila Bars
iChill Theater Cafe

Now this is the ideal KTV joint to hang around with when you’re just around the university belt area. Located in Sampaloc just nearby UST. iChill Theater Cafe immediately gives that musical theater vibe. This is why it has become the venue of choice among students and young urban professionals that needed just a room spacious enough for 20 to 25 people for a karaoke party.

Headcount is less of an issue compared to the price list. As an ideal alternative to the kind of KTV Manila Bars you are accustomed to frequenting. You are given 2 options. The first is the P1400 consumable package. A totally versatile package! Includes use of the project, DVD player, cable TV access and laptop connection. This explains why some folks would hold lectures or private workshops here too.

KTV Manila Bars
Source: iChill Theater Cafe Facebook Page

The term “consumable” applies to food and drinks. The second option refers to the corkage fee per hour of P700. Since food and drinks are not included, you get to order the food and drinks separately at iChill Theater cafe. Fully airconditioned with waitresses ready to assist you by request, it’s the ideal KTV joint to hang around with by the university belt.

iChill Theater Cafe is located at Dos Castillas St, Sampaloc, Manila. Reservations may be placed by calling their landline number at 521-0056. Special deals are also posted at their Facebook and Twitter accounts for you to view and follow.

Certain deals amaze and delight karaoke enthusiasts among KTV Manila Bars listed here. Plus alternatives. And there will always be wholesome alternatives to anyone interested to grab them. These and more only here at The Philippines Web. Might as well like our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @pinasamazing to be constantly updated. We’d be expecting you.