Smart Araneta Coliseum
The Smart Araneta Coliseum, known as "The Big Dome" is an indoor multi-purpose sports arena located in the Cubao area of Quezon City, Philippines. It is one of the largest coliseums and indoor facilities in Asia, and it is also one of the largest clear span domes in the world.
The Smart Araneta Coliseum is mostly used for sports such as basketball, it is the main venue of the Philippine Basketball Association. The Big Dome is also used for boxing, cockfighting, local and international concerts, circuses, religious gatherings, beauty pageants and more.
Its basketball league tenants include the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, and the Philippine Basketball Association.
New Frontier Theater
New Frontier Theater
The soon-to-open theater, which is part of Araneta Center’s “extreme” transformation, will be renamed “Kia Theatre” after a 5-year naming rights deal with Colombian Autocar Corporation (CAC), the assembler and exclusive distributor of Kia Motors vehicles in the Philippines.
As part of the deal, CAC will put Kia Motors’ moniker and logo and will be setting up a 304.96 square-meter Kia showroom inside the venue, among other inclusions.
The ultra-modern theater has a 2, 385 seating capacity, equipped with the latest in audio, visual and lighting technologies, which promises to elevate viewing experience to new levels.
It will also feature al-fresco dining restaurants, coffee shops and other retail brands along its perimeter and is poised to reclaim its title as the premier performing arts venue.
Merging classic with contemporary design, Kia Theater greets patrons with an elegant drop-off point that opens up to an expansive grand lobby fit for upscale events. A posh staircase conveys everyone to the picturesque Theater Lounge on the mezzanine floor, which can also be a perfect venue for meet and greet sessions with the stars before and after the show.
Cultural Center of the Philippines
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (Filipino: Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas, or CCP) is a government owned and controlled corporation established to preserve, develop and promote arts and culture in the Philippines.
The CCP was established through Executive Order No. 30 s. 1966 by President Ferdinand Marcos. Although an independent corporation of the Philippine government, it receives an annual subsidy and is placed under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts for purposes of policy coordination.
The CCP is headed by an 11-member Board of Trustees, currently headed by Chairperson Emily Abrera. Its current president is Raul Sunico. The CCP provides performance and exhibition venues for various local and international productions at its eponymous 62-hectare (150-acre) complex located in the Cities of Pasay and Manila. Its artistic programs include the production of performances, festivals, exhibitions, cultural research, outreach, preservation, and publication of materials on Philippine art and culture.
It holds its headquarters at the Tanghalang Pambansa (English: National Theatre), a structure designed by National Artist for Architecture, Leandro V. Locsin. Locsin would later design many of the other buildings in the CCP Complex.
PICC Plenary Hall
The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) made history as Asia’s first international convention center, setting a trend that led other countries to build their own.
Designed by Leandro V. Locsin, a Filipino National Artist in Architecture, the PICC Complex formally opened on September 5, 1976.
An architectural landmark on its own, housing works of various Filipino master artists in painting and sculpture, it opened in 1976 to host the World Bank – International Monetary Fund Annual Meeting. After this, the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) established itself as one of the most versatile event arenas in the Asia-Pacific region by being the venue of political summits, medical conventions, and concerts of international artists as varied as Luciano Pavaroti, the Bolshoi Ballet, Ricky Martin and Burt Bacharach.
Built on reclaimed land along scenic Manila Bay in the Philippine capital, the PICC has more than 70,000 square meters of floor area and a range of facilities that can accommodate almost any gathering of any size.
Philippine International Convention Center was the venue of Miss Universe 1994.
Globe Circuit Events Ground
Circuit Makati boasts attractions that more than accommodate but showcase arts, design, fashion, culinary, performances and technology for the family, of all ages.
3 entertainment venues will cater the need to justify the varying world class performances. Globe Canopy and Open Grounds, Circuit Theater and the interactive central walkway.
Circuit’s riverside is the Open Event Grounds that boasts a 2 hectare open space that can accommodate a crowd of 20,000, it’s focal point is the 2,000 square meter Globe Canopy that can be used as a stage and a semi-indoor venue that can accommodate 1,000 people at once. During weekends kids can also play kites and kick ball due to its windy open space.
Circuit Theater goes at par with the Cultural Center of the Philippines where performances from musicals, plays and other events can audience 1,500 crowd.
Resorts World Manila
Resorts World Manila is a casino resort, located in Newport City, opposite the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3, in Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines. The resort is a joint venture between Alliance Global Group and Genting Hong Kong.
The project, occupying part of a former military camp near Manila’s airport, has three hotels with 1,574 rooms, a 30,000 square meter (323,000 square feet) casino and a 30,000 square meter shopping mall. Although the soft launch of the resort took place on 28 August 2009, the grand opening was scheduled on July 2010.Resorts World Manila is the sister resort to Resorts World Genting, Malaysia and Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore. From 2009 to 2013, It was the only casino resort in Metro Manila until the opening of Solaire Resort & Casino in Entertainment City, Paranaque City on March 16, 2013.
The Music Museum is an OPM-inspired theater, restaurant and museum located at Greenhills, San Juan City. It is one of the biggest and most prominent music landmarks in the Philippines.
The Music Museum was founded by recording artist and theater actress Kuh Ledesma on August 8, 1988. In 1990, Ledesma sold the Music Museum to her friend Precy Florentino. In the same year, a fire accident hit the establishment that damaged its facilities and burned a number of OPM artifacts and collections stored in the museum. It reopened the following year.
In 2002, the Music Museum expanded with its Theater Mall, which hosts a number of shops, dining places and nooks, while in 2005, Music Museum established the Promenade, which houses a cluster of cinemas. The following year, the Teatrino--a smaller theater--was built within the Music Museum compound.
Ynares Sports Arena Pasig
The Ynares Sports Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Pasig, Philippines. The stadium has hosted the basketball games of the Philippine Basketball Association and Philippine Basketball League, as well as collegiate basketball tournaments. It also serves as the primary home venue of the ASEAN Basketball League team Philippine Patriots since 2009 and the San Miguel Beermen starting in 2012.
The Ynares Sports Arena opened in 2008.
NBC Tent The Fort, Taguig
On March 2003 the lavish wedding between a Turkish heir and one of the country’s most beautiful stars was held at the NBC Tent. The world-class wedding of Turkish Yilmaz Bektas and celebrity Ruffa Gutierrez was coined wedding of the year by the press. The NBC Tent was then known not just as a venue for corporate events and concerts but, adding a touch of magic through the Bektas-Gutierrez nuptial, it became one of the prime destinations for a dream wedding venue among Filipinos.
Strategically located at the posh district of Global City’s The Fort Strip, the NBC Tent is one of the metro’s popular choices for corporate and private functions ranging from concerts, product launching, company anniversaries, debuts, and weddings among others. The fully air-conditioned tent can comfortably accommodate up to 1,500 guests in a cocktail set-up.
For a wedding like no other, the tent can comfortably house 800 guests in a sit-down dinner with its look and feel designed according to the couple’s liking. It features a kitchen mess hall, spacious comfort rooms with an adjoining powder room for the ladies, spacious reception area and ample parking spaces for guests at the Fort Strip.
Perfect for any grand occasion, the NBC Tent is a spacious yet elegant dream venue for that once-in-a-lifetime moment.
Palacio De Manila
Palacio de Maynila, is specifically designed to house events. It is the preferred venue for medium-sized (600-650 people) corporate and social events such as product launches, sales rallies, awards nights, testimonials, anniversaries,corporate parties, trade shows, weddings and other celebrations.
Palacio de Maynila, with the picturesque Manila Bay as its magnificent view, is an 800 square meter tent located strategically and conveniently in Malate. It is along Roxas Boulevard and Rajah Sulayman Park, a short walk from the Malate Church. Its location is easily accessed via public transportation and it also has spacious parking for private vehicles.
The SMX Convention Center is envisioned to be the best and leading venue for local and international meetings, conventions, exhibitions, and corporate events in Davao. With its modern facilities and amenities matched with distinctive, professional and personalized service, SMX Davao aims to be one of the premier destinations for the Philippine MICE industry.
Novotel Manila Araneta City
The 4-star Novotel Manila Araneta Center, an upscale hotel in Quezon City, is a luxurious venue for both exclusive corporate events and exciting family holidays. With stunning contemporary design, state-of-the-art amenities and 360° views of Manila Bay and the mountains, you're in for a great stay at Novotel.
Novotel Manila Araneta Center has direct access to LRT and MRT stations, malls and world class entertainment venues. With its 401 modern rooms and suites, the hotel is perfect for business and leisure travellers.
Since then, CCF’s continuous growth has caused its worship services to move from place to place. From AIM, services moved to Greenbelt then to the Conference Room of the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) and then to the PICC Plenary Hall. Worshippers then split in order to attend at two different venues: one in Sucat, and one at the Valle Verde Country Club. Eventually in 1997, CCF settled at St. Francis Square in Ortigas Center. Last May 2013 marked the inauguration of the new CCF Center at Fontera Verde, Ortigas.
SM Mega Trade Hall
The Megatrade Hall in SM Megamall is strategically located at the heart of Ortigas Business Center, making the Venue easily accesibe from all points of the metropolis.
It's unique advantage of being conveniently situated inside SM Megamall guarantees maximum exposure and ensures a broad captive market. Its spacious floor area allows flexibility of lay-out to suit a wide variety of events making it the most ideal venue.
Cuneta Astrodome is an indoor sporting arena located in Pasay, Philippines. It is better known as the home of the Philippine Basketball Association from 1993, when it left the PhilSports Arena, then known as the ULTRA, until 1998. It also host to other basketball leagues and political and evangelical gatherings.
The arena is named after Enrique Cuneta, a prominent Pasay city official during the American colonial period.
Long before its inauguration, the Philippine Arena had already been touted as the biggest indoor arena in the world. It’s a source of pride for all INC members, and an achievement admired by most Filipinos.
The Philippine Arena is actually the centerpiece of Ciudad de Victoria, a 75-hectare tourism enterprise zone in Bocaue and Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines.
The spectacular design was made by a Kansas-based architecture firm Populous, while the construction was carried out by by Hanwha Engineering and Construction Corp.
City of Dreams
The resort consists of six hotel towers with 940 rooms, which includes a Nobu Hotel, Crown Towers and a Hyatt Hotel. It has 365 gaming tables, 1,680 slot machines and 1,680 electronic table games. A unique feature of the casino resort is the iconic dome-like structure called Fortune Egg which houses two international nightclubs namely, Chaos and Pangaea, both developed by the group led by “International King of Clubs” Michael Van Cleef Ault. City of Dreams also contains a 60,000-80,000 sq.m. shopping mall called The Shops at The Boulevard. A theme park is also located within the property called DreamPlay built in collaboration with DreamWorks Animation.
Amoranto Sports Complex
The Amoranto Sports Complex is located in Quezon City, Philippines. The Complex was inaugurated in 1966 by then President Ferdinand Marcos. The facility was constructed at the cost of ₱2 million on a government owned site on Roces Avenue. The facility then consisted of a grandstand, an eight lane track and field oval, bleachers and a gymnasium. The sports facility covers land measuring about 5.8 hectares (14 acres). The main stadium has a capacity of 15,000. The sports facility was named after former Quezon City Mayor Norberto Amoranto.
St. Joseph Parish Church
St. Joseph Parish Church (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de San José de Las Piñas), commonly known as the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ Church or simply Las Piñas Church, is the Roman Catholic church of the parish of Las Piñas, just south of the city of Manila in the Philippines. The church is renowned as the house of the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ, a pipe organ made mostly with bamboo pipes. To the right of the church is an old Spanish convent converted into a gift shop and the entrance for observing the organ up close. Also in the church complex is St. Joseph's Academy, a primary and secondary education school established in 1914.
Filoil Flying V Centre
The Filoil Flying V Centre, formerly Filoil Flying V Arena and The Arena in San Juan, also known as the Entertainment and Recreational Arena of the People (initials taken after former mayor and president Joseph Estrada's nickname 'Erap'), is an indoor sporting arena located in Bonny Serrano Avenue, Corazon de Jesus, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines.
The Centre plays host to the basketball games of the Philippine Basketball League, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the University Athletic Association of the Philippines since 2009, the Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup, and the Philippine Collegiate Champions League, as well as the volleyball games of the Shakey's V-League. It is also one of the secondary home court of the Philippine Patriots in the ASEAN Basketball League. It is also known as the "Volleyball Central" of the Philippines, as the Centre served as the main venue for volleyball tournaments such as UAAP, NCAA, Philippine Super Liga and Shakey's V-League. The Center was also used as a main venue for the San Juan Mayor's Cup, a basketball and volleyball tournament for the San Juan government employees.
Ayala Mall Harbor Point, Subic Manila Parking Area
Harbor Point is a shopping mall in Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales, Philippines owned by property development firm Ayala Land, Inc., a real estate subsidiary of Ayala Corporation. It is the first Ayala mall located in Subic Bay, second in Central Luzon and the fourth outside Metro Manila.
The Mall is located across the river (a foot bridge essentially connects the two locations) from its significant market competition, SM City Olongapo, owned by SM Prime Holdings which will become Subic's new Central Business District. The mall was named Harbor Point because of Subic’s bayside location. It was opened on April 26, 2012.
Bonifacio Golbal City
Bonifacio Global City (also known as BGC, Global City, or The Fort) is a financial and lifestyle district in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located 11 km (6.8 mi) south-east of the center of Manila. The district experienced commercial growth following the sale of military land by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). The entire district used to be the part of the main Philippine Army camp.