A different side of an island is revealed at night. With the dimly lit streets and contagious music in nightclubs, the nightlife in the Philippines is an interesting and exciting experience. Dance and nightclubs have a mixed crowd: a happy mix of some local and foreign faces.
As the night strikes ten, party goers start pouring in their favorite place, order San Miguel Pilsen, Tanduay Ice, San Miguel Light, or Red Horse—the famous beers in the Philippines. Once the alcohol kicks in, they dance to the beat of music trends on the dance floor. The night officially starts at midnight and ends at the wee hours in the morning.
It is actually interesting that the definition of dance or drinking party greatly varies when you are in the Philippines. If you are in Makati, Manila, and Cebu City, it means dancing and drinking all night in a dimly lit room where most of the partygoers are young. If you are in Boracay, it means having the dance party on the beach cocooned by coconut trees. If you are in small islands like Malapascua and Siargao, it means partying in an open basketball court with the sky as the roof and with the crowd’s age range from 8 years old to 80 years old.
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