Casino Filipino, Manila Pavilion: See it Lighted!

Casino Filipino at the Manila Pavilion is one of the better lighted buildings in the Metro at the onset of the Christmas Season. If you happen to be in the vicinity, that is at the corner of U.N. Avenue and Ma. Orosa Streets in Manila, pulling over to watch the amazing display of lights at the Hotel (incidentally, now under the management of Waterfront Hotels and Casinos) is well worth it.

I am sharing here a short video I have taken few days ago:

Watch the same video on HERE.

Casino Filipino is under the management and operation of PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation) a government-owned and controlled corporation created in 1977. There are 14 Casinos in the country operated by PAGCOR, four of which are in Manila, and one is at the Manila Pavilion. The rest are in the key cities all over the country, and one is in The Fort Ilocandia Resort and Casinos in Laoag City.



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5 Responses to Casino Filipino, Manila Pavilion: See it Lighted!

  1. EdgarEdward says:

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  2. marianne rey says:

    i enjoyed the seminar we,EMITIANS, had with ma’am Nory…thank you sooooooooo much!
    hope someda..i will work there!….lol

  3. berto says:

    Hi there friends!, find your filipino or filipina friends at and send them free sms

  4. Torn says:

    Opps, sorry, I cannot. I must not. I should not, baka magustuhan ko! 🙂

  5. sistah says:

    Let’s go gambling there.

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