With these five new places in the Metro, you can catch an award-winning film, fly, or even bounce through a weekend with friends. This weekend, have a unique barkada experience that all of you would gladly revisit and relive over and over again.
Trampoline Park, Mandaluyong
It's not just fun, it's also a workout. This indoor park is home to some fifty interconnected trampolines that invite you to jump around or even play a game of basketball or dodge ball in. With its unique slant on trampolines for fun and exercise, this might introduce you and your barkada to a new and healthy habit.
The Book Stop, Intramuros
The eye-catching pop-up library can be found in front of the Manila Cathedral this month of July. Leaf through the wide range of books available, or look out for storytelling and “blind book date” events. They accept volunteer librarians too.
Cinematheque Centre, Manila
You'll find more than the usual line-up of movies here. Catch critically acclaimed films from the Philippines and abroad, and who knows, you and your barkadamight even see them for free!
Flying Trapeze Philippines, Taguig
If you ever wanted to run away with the circus, you'll get a glimpse of that kind of life here in Manila. Learn to jump from a 25-foot platform with the guidance of experienced and trusted trapeze artists and trainers from here and around the world.
Ball Pit Manila, Makati
Get in touch with your inner child at Manila's first ever ball pit playground cafe. Dive into and swim through some 80,000 plastic balls and take fun and colorful “groupfies”. Out of the pit, you can catch up over coffee and board games in their cafe area.
Spending time with your barkada is already a fun experience. If you and your friends are looking for some new things to do in Manila, head to any other these places and you’re sure to get an even more awesome bonding time. After that, get together at one of your homes and end a fun day with a slumber party with snacks you can prepare in a few minutes!
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