Metro Manila · Sunday
A day to relax and reflect. Many people go to the local church on a Sunday and meet with their families to have lunch or a big breakfast buffet together. We also compiled some alternative activities for you.
Mario’s is popular for its Sunday lunch buffet, making it a favorite go-to place for families.
A popular open park located right smack in the middle of the Philippine capital, Rizal Park is also known to both locals and tourists as Luneta – a Spanish term that translates to lunette or crescent.
Barcino is an authentic Spanish wine and tapas bar with a great selection and an interior in proper style.
Lusso stands for luxury, and that is what you get in this classy, amber-colored place.
With its classical architecture, retro furniture and continental and international cuisine, Café 1771 seems like a little piece of old Europe amongst the Skyscrapers of the Ortigas Business District. The cafe was under renovation for a certain time but reopened on October 5th, 2015.
Do not mistake this location for some place where you only have a quick coffee after enjoying an hour of art or historic artifacts in the Ayala Museum. The Museum Café – better known just as M Café – is a stylish Asian restaurant and one of Makati´s hottest nightlife spots.
B-Side is Makati’s venue for those who love alternative and progressive music. The bar and restaurant is home to a number of the most enigmatic musicians one has ever seen in the country. Groups that perform at B-Side include local and international artists.
Want to learn more about Philippine art, culture, and history? The National Museum offers all of it and you don't have to pay a single centavo to get in! The National Museum consist of the National Museum of the Filipino People, the National Art Gallery, and the National Planetarium. All three buildings are located within walking distance in Manila. The National Museum also operates regional museums all over the Philippines.