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MANDALUYONG CITY WEDDING IN OCTOBER

October, 2010 in Mandaluyong City
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Ceremony: Archbishop's Palace
Reception: The Blue Leaf

Ceremony:

Archbishop's Palace

Villa San Miguel
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Reception:

The Blue Leaf

Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Hotel:

Go Hotels - Robinsons Cybergate Plaza

Barangka Ilaya
Mandaluyong City, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines

Hotel:

Linden Suites

San Antonio
Pasig, National Capital Region, Philippines

Hotel:

Prince Plaza 1

San Lorenzo
Makati City, National Capital Region, Philippines

Hotel:

Richmonde Hotel

21 San Miguel Avenue
Pasig, National Capital Region, Philippines

Entertainment:

Bonifacio High Street

Fort Bonifacio, Lane O
Taguig City, National Capital Region, Philippines

"The first of its kind in Philippine retail, Bonifacio High Street sets the stage for new encounters along a main street full of diverse cuisine, the latest fashions, event street performances. Its themed zones in eight buildings along twin boulevards celebrate the modern aspects of good living - fashion, health and beauty, home, sports, technology, and special interests - anchored by a 400m x 40m-wide interactive park. The 240-hectare Bonifacio Global City is a project of the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, a joint venture of Ayala Land and Evergreen Holdings. At its center, Bonifacio High Street redefines the mall experience as a walk in the park."

Entertainment:

Serendra

Fort Bonifacio
Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

"A Taste Of The World A two-level esplanade, Serendra is the place for distinctive international food and retail concepts, situated within a dynamic mixed-use development. Serendra recreates the landscape of the lifestyle experience, combining the modernism of a global village and the tranquility of a natural environment."

Entertainment:

Wack-Wack Golf And Country Club Incorporated

Shaw Boulevard Corner Samat Street , Mandaluyong
, Philippines

"Wack Wack Golf & Country Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in the Philippines, having been founded in 1930 by a prominent American resident William J. Shaw. Established as an exclusive championship course in the then town of Mandaluyong (now Mandaluyong City) in the metropolitan area of Manila, it has consistently been considered as one of the best golf courses in world. It was the home of the Philippine Golf Open Championships, the traditional kick-off site of the annual Asian Circuit, and site of numerous world golf events like the World Cup and others."

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