During the first weekend of my business trip in Manila, since Enchanted Kingdom was closed at that time, we went to the famous Serendra at the Bonifacio High Street. Actually I'm a bit confused as to which street and where it is located but because we had really good hosts, Titus and Cecil toured us around the place. I'm very thankful that we had them cause we saved a lot on transportation as well as we didn't get lost in the process of going to places. I appreciate the effort that they went out of their way just to accommodate us.
What I like about the place is its friendly atmosphere. Being an Ayala land, you can expect that the landscape, design, structure, architecture (whatever you'd like to call it) is nature-friendly.
What I did notice is that there were a lot of dogs at the place which are well-groomed that people, particularly the upper class can just show off to other people as well. Dogs are the celebrities here that's why I'd rather be a dog in Serendra. hehe
Bonifacio Global High Street
It's a dog's life. According to one bystander: "Mabuti pa yung aso, naka Burberry"
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Question. What kind of camera you used to take the photos above?
I used a Nikon D80. 🙂
HI ! NICE PICTURES…WE HAVE A FLAT AT TWO SERENDRA SECTION D…TURN OVER 2010….I WONDER IF YOU CAN ALSO TAKE SOME PICS AND PUBLISHED THE UNFINISHED PART ? JUST WANT TO SEE HOW IT IS RIGHT NOW…
ey thanks patrick! unfortunately i’m from Cebu which is located at the central part of the Philippines, not from Manila. Wish I could take a pic of your flat though, anyway. thanks for dropping by! 🙂