San Antonio Area Nightlife Walking Tour in Manila, Manila (Self Guided)

After Makati, San Antonio is the wildest region in Manila. By wild, we mean a great spot to dance, sing karaoke and drink cocktails. Does that sound enticing? Then come along and visit the best nightclubs and lounges in San Antonio. No dress-code, any age welcome, and supporting a variety of tastes - the only criteria is a good mood and the will to party.
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San Antonio Area Nightlife Walking Tour in Manila Map

Guide Name: San Antonio Area Nightlife Walking Tour in Manila
Guide Location: Philippines » Manila (See other walking tours in Manila)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.1 km
Author: nicole
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Saguijo

1) Saguijo

Saguijo’s prime objective is to provide a proper venue for the music lover. It is known as a location where unsigned bands and independent groups can perform alongside more established artists. Rather than being an out-and-out performance space where musicians are required to cover the latest Top 40 hits, Saguijo is a bastion for individual creativity.
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7th Note

2) 7th Note

7th Note Bar and Restaurant is a great place for jazz concert lovers. A few times a week they organize live music with local performers and visitors. The karaoke nights are a delight, as they make for a very creative atmosphere. The menu has some very good Italian and French wines and the food is very impressive, the chefs here are some of the best in the country. You can also have a fine local cigar, original and of high quality.
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Migs

3) Migs

Migs offers Bar and Billiards under the same roof. It is open all night long. The billiards are open in the evenings. An important feature is that Migs is a LGBT community-friendly bar. Sometimes they offer live jazz evenings and once a week - it's ladies' night, with free drinks offered to any woman.
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Tapas

4) Tapas

The best gambas and tapas in the whole of Manila are served here! The food is superb and the prices reasonable. The staff are attentive and pleasant. After satisfying your hunger with some very tasty food, Tapas invites you to dance the night away with cocktails, flashlights and lots of fun jam sessions.
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Music 21 Plaza

5) Music 21 Plaza

Music 21 is well known when it comes to karaoke. This is a place for those who can't imagine life without singing and performing. The establishment is very nice and they have complete facilities. Besides karaoke and dancing nights, Music 21 Plaza serves unique cocktails, which are patented. For a long, fun and happy night, visit Music 21 Plaza!

Walking Tours in Manila, Philippines

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Create Your Own Walk in Manila

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Architecture Walking Tour in Manila, Part 1

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Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 km
Places of Worship in Manila, Part II

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Travel Distance: 7.0 km
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Travel Distance: 3.6 km
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Travel Distance: 1.4 km
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Travel Gadgets for Your Mobile Device


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