UrbanMALA Residence Bed and Breakfast

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Unit 401 Tower 2 Bayview International Towers Roxas Blvd. Tambo ParaƱaque City, Philippines

TEL. NO: (+632) 836 9238 or (+632) 855 6930

Cel. NO: 0949 155 6089(Smart) or 0995 109 7831(Globe)

EMAIL: reservation_urbanmala@ixomsoft.com

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UrbanMALA Residence is located at Bayview International Towers which isbeautifully situated in the major motorways and trunk routes.

We are near to Ninoy Aquino International Airport which gives convenience for our tourist customers - foreign or local. We are not on the direct flight path and hence do not suffer from aircraft noise.

We are in immediate vicinity of SM Mall of Asia - the biggest shopping mall in the Philippines.

All of Manila's main attractions are comfortably accessible by any public transportations and fares are well priced. One of which is the Manila Bay, along Roxas Boulevard, where you can have a scenic view of sunset while seating on a bench and having you snacks from nearby bars and restaurants.
Our location, quality accommodation and well-priced rooms make us highly competitive with the hotel chains.
Makati, Business Capital of the PhilippinesThe Makati City embarks on a vigorous campaign to promote Philippine culture among its residents and visitors. Year-round activities focus on the rich heritage of Makati , its Spanish era-churches and homes forming part of regular tours conducted for residents and visiting local and foreign guests of the city government. Performances showcasing Filipino artists are sponsored regularly the city government.
Manila BayThe front of the US Embassy compound is a good place to start walking Roxas Boulevard. Trees shade the pathway. But the place is not for taking pictures or hanging around. The portion that preserved its frontage is Manila Baywalk, famous for viewing the sunset. Baywalk has become a center for night life. Right before sunset, restaurants start opening with their own live bands which adds pleasure to dining with colorful lights.
Roxas BoulevardRoxas Boulevard is a prime highway along Manila Bay. It was named after former President Manuel Roxas, the first President after Philippine Independence in 1946. It is the main thoroughfare from the Manila Airport to the Ermita-Malate tourist district. Hotels, office buildings and restaurants dominate the land side until the south end at EDSA, the main highway in Manila.
Urban Mala Bed and Breakfast

Urban MALA Residence
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For reservation contact us at: URBAN MALA B&B Customer Service c/o Ixomsoft Corp
#401-T2 Bayview International Towers Roxas Blvd., Tambo, Paranaque City, Philippines
reservation_urbanmala@ixomsoft.com +632 855 7972 (Philippines) +(909) 519 5938 / +(909) 657 9186 (USA)
Mall of Asia The mall’s main attraction is the first ever IMAX theater in the country, along with a Director's Club Theater for intimate screenings (30 La-Z-Boy seats), a Premiere Cinema, The CenterStage Cinema which can used for live musical concerts and theatrical performances, and six regular cinemas. The mall also features an Olympic sized skating rink and a science museum.
TagaytayThe city of Tagaytay is a tourist attraction for local and foreign visitors.
Tagaytay is an hour and 15 minutes drive from Manila via the South Superhighway or through the Coastal Road.
It is an excellent vantage point of Taal Lake and Volcano. Tagaytay offers a breathtaking sight of the famous Taal Lake - a lake within an island within a lake.
IntramurosThe Walled City of Manila Intramuros is a medieval fortress at the center of Manila. Its thick, high walls enclosed the city for more than 300 years. For more than 300 years Intramuros was Manila. It was the center of almost everything in the Philippines. Filipino culture and traditions evolved from here.
Intramuros was built as Manila expanded. High walls, forts and bulwarks stretched 4.5 kilometers and enclosed 64 hectares. And moats surrounded the walls. Gates with drawbridges closed before midnight and opened at dawn.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport guideLocation: The airport is situated four miles (7km) south of the centre of Manila. Time: GMT +8. Contacts: Tel: +63 (0)2 877 1109. Transfer between terminals: A Jeepney operates between the terminals for PhP. Transfer to the city: There are numerous taxis awaiting customers outside the airport, but it is best to book one before leaving the airport at one of the Taxi Offices. On presentation of a receipt at the desk outside the airport, an attendant will organise an official metered taxi. There is an airport bus service to the city centre, and regular buses that leave from outside the airport every 15 minutes to traverse destinations along Manila's ring road.
Makti, Business Capital of the PhilippinesThe Makati City embarks on a vigorous campaign to promote Philippine culture among its residents and visitors. Year-round activities focus on the rich heritage of Makati , its Spanish era-churches and homes forming part of regular tours conducted for residents and visiting local and foreign guests of the city government. Performances showcasing Filipino artists are sponsored regularly the city government.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is the central bank of the Republic of the Philippines. It was established on 3 July 1993 pursuant to the provisions of the 1987 Philippine Constitution and the New Central Bank Act of 1993. The BSP took over from the Central Bank of Philippines, which was established on 3 January 1949, as the country’s central monetary authority. The BSP enjoys fiscal and administrative autonomy from the National Government in the pursuit of its mandated responsibilities.
-->is the prime agency of government responsible for the pursuit of the State's foreign policy and the nerve center for a Foreign Service worthy of the trust and pride of every Filipino.
-->We pursue bilateral, regional and multilateral relations to advance the interest of the Philippines and the Filipinos.
-->In the global arena, we work for social justice especially for the poor, human rights and fundamental freedoms, and a democratic way of life.
Japan Embassy Japanese Embassy http://www.ph.emb-japan.go.jp/

Due to the interdependence in trade and investment between the Philippines and Japan, the two nations enjoy a friendly and mutually beneficial relationship. They share a partnership that has become solid and continue to explore new ways to share information about themselves and utilize the available means to learn about the other.
US EmbassyUS Embassy http://manila.usembassy.gov

The Philippines gained independence from the United States government in 1946. The relationship between the two nations, to this time, has included political, administrative, economic, public diplomacy and consular affairs managed through the American ambassador who has kept office in the Philippines eversince.
Philippine Intenational Convention Center  The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) is the most modern convention center the Philippines can offer to the world. Located at the reclaimed area now known as the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex in Pasay City (a Manila suburb), this state-of-the-art facility has been the host of numerous local and foreign conventions, meetings, fairs, and social events.

PICC is also the home of the Office of the Vice President of the Philippines.
COCONUT PALACE The Coconut Palace is made of several Philippine hardwoods, coconut shells, and a specially engineered coconut lumber apparently known as Imelda Madera.

The palace is shaped like an octagon (the shape given a coconut beforebeing served), the roof is shaped like a traditional Filipino salakot or hat. Some of its highlights are the 101 coconut shell chandelier, and the dining table made of 40,000 tiny pieces of inlaid coconut shells.From the coconut's roots to its trunk, bark, fruit, flower and shell, the palace's design, form and ornamentation echo these elements.
Cultural Center of the PhilippinesThe Cultural Center of the Philippines is the premiere institution for culture and the arts in the country. It embodies the highest standards of excellence and has services, which are responsive to the Filipino and the world.
Folk Arts Theater Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Folk Arts Theater)
The Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas, more commonly known by its original name of Folk Arts Theater, this covered proscenium ampitheater is where popular concerts are usually staged. It has a seating capacity of 8,458 in ten sections. The theater takes its name form Francisco Baltazar also known as Francisco Balagtas, revered as one of the country's greatest poets. Florante at Laura is one of his best known and most beloved works and his poetry Balagtasismo has shaped generations of Filipino poets. The popular debate in verse, balagtasan is also named after him.
Star City A 35,000-square meter area located at the heart of CCP Complex in Pasay City, Star City is the country’s premiere theme park.
It contracted the services of these foreign experts to provide their competence in the fields of amusement, retail, and attractions. Star City evolved to its current grandeur from its successful stint at the Philippine Center for International Trade and Exhibitions.

Today, it is tagged as the Entertainment Center of the Philippines which saw the innovative fusion of ballet and circus magic blending marvelously well with the family fun atmosphere found only at Star City.
Metropolitan Museum of Manila Metropolitan Museum of Manila is located in the Central Bank Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Manila and showcases oil and acrylic paintings done by various Filipino and international artists. Some of the collection is on loan from different museums abroad. To get an artists view of the Philippines and other parts of the world, don’t miss the exhibits on show here, they are well worth the effort.
Philippine SenateThe Senate of the Philippines (Filipino: Senado ng Pilipinas) is the upper chamber of the bicameral legislature of the Philippines, the Congress of the Philippines. Unlike the U.S. Senate, the Philippine Senate is composed of 24 senators who do not represent any particular geographical district.

The Senate is the only body authorized to ratify treaties.
World Trade CenterA World Trade Center brings together businesses and government agencies involved in foreign trade. It is a one-stop trade information hub where an international business person is offered the full range of services such as market research, WTCA OnLine, trade shows & exhibit space, business services, trade education, group trade missions and WTC clubs.