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Manila is the capital of the Philippines located on Luzon island. As of 2020, Manila has a population of 1.8 million.

You can get to Intramuros by boarding the LRT 1 train, riding a provincial or city bus, and hopping into the jeepney. Among these choices, the fastest and easiest way to get to Intramuros is by riding LRT 1. Afterward, alight at the Central Station. From there, walk towards the entrance of Intramuros at Victoria […] Read more

The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) Main Office is located on Nicanor Reyes (formerly Morayta) Street in Sampaloc Manila. Its exact office address is P. Paredes Street Sampaloc, Manila 1008. PRC’s Central Office is accessible by public transportation such as traditional jeepneys, and busses. The landmark that you can consider is the Far Eastern University-Manila campus […] Read more

The SSS branch in Manila is very accessible via different public transportation such as LRT, jeepney, tricycle, and bus. Its office is located on the second floor of the Zen Tower 2 building. Their address is 1111 Natividad A Lopez Street in Barangay 659 in Ermita Manila City, NCR. The zip code is 1000. If […] Read more

Aside from several bullet-planting scheme (tanim bala) incidents at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, new scheme was experienced by another OFW. It was dubbed as ‘Padlock Gang’ since the padlock of their luggage was replaced by different model. The front pocket zipper was also broken, and they have to forcefully removed the lock of the main […] Read more

SM City Manila will be holding 4-day free summer sports clinic this May 2015. The announcement was made on their official Facebook page on April 29,2015. SM Manila will offer free summer sports clinic for Basketball, and Taekwondo where the participants will learn basic to advanced skills of the two sports. The program is open to […] Read more

Here are the lists of Top 20 Schools (colleges and Universities) in the Philippines for 2012 according to CHED and PRC. This statistics is a result of the study conducted every 10 years by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), based on the average passing rate in the Board […] Read more