UNBELIEVEABLE Shopping mall in Manila – Venice Grand Canal Shopping mall

These days we frequented 1 the most exclusive malls listed here in Metro Manila / The Philippines – the Venice Grand Canal Shopping mall in Taguig town.

Close by to Mckinley hill, you we truly feel a perception of Europe and luxurious going for walks close to the location. Or if you never extravagant going for walks, bounce into a gondola!


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  1. Balabac, Port Barton, El Nido and Coron are all located in Palawan (home of the best beaches in the Philippines and the world). Siargao is also cool (great for surfing, great island beaches, sohoton cove, sugba lagoon, etc.). Boracay is a very beautiful beach island, kinda very touristy. Cebu is another great place to visit (whale shark in oslob and canyoonering in kawasan falls, diving in malapascua and side trip to kalanggaman island, good beach in bantayan island and moalboal, etc.). Bohol is also good (beaches, diving, and nature-chocolate hills).

  2. madayaw,welcome to the philippines, enjoy your stay in our country. the most friendliest people on earth the Filipino people. i would love to invite you two to come and explore our safest and friendly and most welcoming city in the philippines, Davao city Philippines in the southern part of the philippines.

  3. I love the Philippines and there is so much to discover in and around Manila—-But right now I am discovering your channel and I would highly recommend that anyone about to visit any country that you have covered, that they should watch every video and enjoy their holiday because you have shown them the way. Keep on vlogging you very talented young ladies, with those two personalities, you are a shining light for travellers—thank you

  4. During our 1st year of college, I remember Fort Bonifacio was pure plain field and all school universities comes up to do some training for R.O.T.C (Reserve Officer Training Corps). So fast, Now it was converted into fully developed Cities. Same thing in Clark City and soon to be rise.
    Hey Guys why don't you visit Manila American Cemetery also in BGC. Where 16,000+ soldier laid in that cemetery. In BGC there is a large underground War Tunnel made by Japanese Soldier and later occupied by the Americans. That tunnel connecting from BGC to Makati.

  5. the place feels cheap and tacky because it has restaurants like Burger King. It should all be Italian or other European food. The restaurants should fit the theme. That's why this mall is mostly a jologs mall

  6. while some backpackers only showed the poverty side of manila but you tried to explore both side. There are too many nice and clean gated communities for the elite filipinos around and outside manila.

  7. LA philippines
    … and if you happen to be there in Baguio City you can explore the city as well: mine's view, burnham park, the mansion, etc. and see the UNESCO heritage site the 8th Wonders of the World, Banaue Rice Terraces, ty

  8. I grew up in that place. FORT BONIFACIO, before it was transformed into Bonifacio Global City. That area McKinley Hill used to be the place where the comms of the entire fort was located, most of it was grassland back then. If you go up the hill near Lawton Avenue, you will find the General Headquarters of the Philippine Armed Forces. Fort Bonifacio was originally called Fort William McKinley before it was turned over to the Philippine Government and was renamed Fort Andres Bonifacio.

  9. Well that was fascinating and totally unexpected. The Philippines is turning out to be more interesting than I could've imagined! The flashback was so sweet 🙂 You two are the best. Short and sweer but smashing content! Love it! Till the next..

  10. Hi there guys! I see you’re enjoying so much your city expedition of manila. But you’re only halfway through. You’ve seen makati, bgc, mc kinley, to name a few, but there are a dozens more to see. Have you gone to manila intramuros: here you’ll come to get the visual historical background of the country having been under the spanish regime for more or less 4 centuries? You can stride along roxas boulevard, visit the ocean park, luneta park, and the cultural center of the phil. In QC, try visiting eastwood city esppecially at night. There you’ll enjoy much of what chicago is. Just in front of the airport is the newport city in pasay. Along moa still in pasay is the aseana city or the entertainment city.Still a work in progress, you can already visit already finished establishments like the city of dreams and the manila okada- here you can enjoy watching the second largest dancing fountain the world there is. You can also go farther south in the alabang area-filinvest city, festival malls and enjoy a different kind of mall in tune with nature. Up north, you can also visit ciudad de victoria in bulacan-the next venue of fiba world cup in 2023, there you can see the largest indoor arena in the world-the philippine arena. If you want to experience terrible human traffic try going to divisoria for cheap eats and garments and other stuff. Uh.. enough for this litany…anyways thanks for experiencing what our country can offer. You’d just made our country a bit richer. Time to go outside the metro to experience nature at its best after you’d seen what you would like to see in the metropolis. You’re such a nice couple enjoying the taste of freedom the world is there to have. Lucky for you.

  11. Hi guys! If you're around BGC area still or even in Manila in general, one thing to check out is the Manila-American Cemetery. Now you may think, what you will do in a cemetery, but it's not just any cemetery, it's a historical cemetery during WW2, it's the biggest american-filipino cemetery outside the U.S. and not just a cemetery, it's also a park. Lots of greens there, so nice to relax, have fresher air, good drone shot opportunities.. and it's just within the city, around BGC area. So hopefully, you can drop by if you have time or in the area. Looking forward to more of your vlogs. Just take care always guys. Enjoy. Love fan.

  12. You should try visit Festival Mall Alabang. It's a nice mall with lots of shops and activities to do. It has a two-storey carousel, a roller coaster and a train inside, and a river similar to Venice Grand Canal Mall that bisects it in half, although that one is a real waterway with lots of dining along it and a river park. It's my favorite mall because the whole area is eco-friendly, lots of trees around it

  13. Philippines is divided with 3 major regions. Luzon ( which you guys are located right now) Visayas, and Mindanao. If you like nature tripping, and adventures then North Luzon provinces is for you. Also Luzon doesnt have nice white sand beaches but Luzon has a lot of choices and beautiful spots. But if you're more with beaches and waterfalls then Visayas islands is for you and that also includes Palawan. Im from one of the major City in the Philippines which is Cebu city in Cebu province in the Visayas but I would recommend north Luzon.

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