Pan Pacific

Pan Pacific

working from one of the highest rooftop bars in the Metro Manila area

Location: 

Malvar St, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

Duration: 

Monday, May 29, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Pan Pacific: one of many skyscrapers of the Mentro Manila area
  2. Rooftop Bar: restaurant, bar and rooftop on the 21th floor of the Hotel
  3. Metro Manila: not just one city centre, but a highly distributed skyline
  4. Blogging: drinking one of the most expensive coffee and write my blog
  5. Working: having a call with a client and enjoying the view at the same time

Image sources

  1. Reflection in the Elevator
  2. Pan Pacific from the ground
  3. View over Metro Manila
  4. Rooftop Bar in the Pan Pacific
  5. Me working on my blog

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