interesting to see. sad to see the poverty levels. somewhat dangerous, but from uber -- nice and safe.
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Malate shares with Ermita the distinction of being where WW2 and Korean War sailors showed up to take the edge off conflict, and in their own way, after kicking out the Japanese, returned to a lively spot bathed in the filth of low-end human commerce....More
Malate is the unofficial red light district area. Lots of bar and restaurants and you can see lots of working girls (prostitutes) lingering around this area. I gave the rating average because one man's meat is another man's poison. Streets are very narrow and it...More
Having Manila as the prot of entry and being determined to visit Intramuros, I booked a hotel in Malate. Narrow crowded streets, some vertical slums and open sky sewage are just a few reasons to avoid the place. One will be better off in Makati...More
i been n Malate so many times cuz my favorite hotel NEW WORLD MANILA BAY n Malate so its nice place and a lot of restaurants and ROBENSON MALL so u can spend very nice time
Malate is the party district in this part of Manila. There are many places with entertainment; discos, live music, videoke, girlie bars. Lots of restaurants. Robinson'd mall is large and good.
This is really close to many activities if you are in Manila. Beautiful parks with dancing water and lights, amusement parks, shopping, and a great night life. Something for everyone here.
Malate is something opposite to Makati. Malate is where everything happens. There is Robinson Shopping Mall here, Rizal Park is here. Most tren pass by here too. It is a good place to stay as a tourist. The night life is also very happening here.
i only visited the mall.. but while walking to get there i did notice that there is a few old buildings mixed with all the high rises