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'On Top of the World' at College of St. Benilde School of Design and Arts Campus, 950 Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila. The CSB SDA building does not only stand out because of its contemporary design and modern architecture but it also provides a great view of the Manila and Makati skyline. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @gabrielcabullo

'On Top of the World' at One Shangri-La Place, Brgy Wack-Wack, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong. The One Shangri-La Place features two towers each rising to 67 storeys, sitting atop a luxury mall which will serve as an extension of the existing Shangri-La Plaza. The residential towers stands 227 m making it the 4th tallest building in the Philippines and has the best view of the Ortigas skyline. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @fayep_

'On Top of the World' at The Fairways Tower, Fifth Avenue corner McKinley Road, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Fairways Tower is a 28-storey residential condominium in Fort Bonifacio Global City. A clear view of the Manila Golf Club and the Makati skyline made more dramatic by the stunning Manila sunset is just priceless. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015

'On Top of the World' at The Gramercy Residences, Century City, Kalayaan Ave. cor. Salamanca St., Brgy. Poblacion, Makati City. Currently the tallest residential building in the Philippines at 250 m and with 73 storeys. The main attraction of the building is its Skypark located on the 36th floor and the 71 Gramercy a New York-style bar, lounge, restaurant on the 71st floor. The city skyline from the Gramercy Residences is fast becoming a favorite and most captured as it offers an unmatched view of Makati. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @reycanlasjr

'On Top of the World' at The Beacon, Don Chino Roces Ave. corner Arnaiz Ave., Makati City. What's more beautiful than the Makati Skyline? It's the Makati Skyline at night. This view is made more iconic by the GT International Tower, a stand-out piece of architecture in the city. The Beacon is a residential building conveniently located minutes away from the commercial and business district of Makati. The roof deck has an open area, where tenants can enjoy the breeze, morning sun and a view of the Makati skyline, Manila Bay and other parts of the metropolis. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @martinoswaldii

'On Top of the World' at PBCom Tower, 6795 Ayala Avenue corner V.A. Rufino Street, Salcedo Village, Makati. The Philippine Bank of Communications Tower, more commonly known as PBCom Tower, is an office skyscraper ranked officially as the tallest building in the Philippines since 2000 standing 259 m and with 52 storeys including an 8-level radio tower. From this office building you have a view of the busy Makati Central Business District. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @miggymayormallari

This week's theme is 'On Top of the World'

We will be sharing with you photos that feature the picture-perfect and breathtaking view of our city skyline. Currently, Manila has no observation deck or platform with free public access to catch a view and take photos of the city's impressive skyline. The construction of the proposed Metrobank Financial Center in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig may include the “Edge of High” which will serve as an observation deck with lounge, souvenir/snack shops and private gallery. #DiscoverManila #VisitPhilippines2015 © @filly_911

After five grace-filled days, Pope Francis left for Rome, Italy today at 10:12 a.m. via Philippine Airlines at Villamor Air Base in Pasay City. Pope Francis was sent off by President Benigno Aquino III, Catholic bishops, cabinet members, and 400 street kids. He is leaving behind millions of Filipinos with renewed faith, fervency, and hope. Maraming Salamat po Pope Francis. Mahal namin kayo! #DiscoverManila #PapalVisitPh © @jicopascual

Quirino Grandstand, Manila. About 6-8 million people are expected to attend the Mass, which will conclude the pastoral visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines. The Papal Mass which coincides with the Feast of Sto. Nino will be the biggest Mass open to public and is expected to surpass the number of people who attended the 1995 World Youth Day celebration held in the same venue by Pope John Paul II. @DiscoverManila joins everyone in praying for the safety of the Pope and everyone who is joining this Holy ceremony despite the bad weather 🙏 #DiscoverManila #PapalVisitPh © @itspatocampo

University of Santo Tomas (UST), Espana, Manila. Pope Francis will address a crowd of young people estimated to be at around 24,000 who will gather at the university's football field and grandstand for the youth encounter during his visit today, January 18. UST being the second university in the world to be granted the formal title of Pontifical University is a must-visit for every Pope. As a Pontifical University, it has a special right to the Pope’s attention. Aside from being Pontifical, the university is also known as the Catholic University of the Philippines. #DiscoverManila #PapalVisitPh © @benitoastorga

A rain-drenched but lively, blessed crowd wearing yellow and white raincoats welcomed Pope Francis in the typhoon-ravage Tacloban. Amid strong winds and pouring rain, Pope Francis celebrated Mass with thousands of Filipinos earlier today, January 17. He told the faithful that " many of you in Tacloban have lost everything. I don't know what to say - but the Lord does… He underwent so many of the trials that you do". #DiscoverManila #PapalVisitPh © @whatsrhonx

People outside Mall of Asia Arena (MOA) in Pasay watches Pope Francis from the giant screen as the Liturgy of the Word is celebrated, which involved a reading of the Holy Gospel, reflection, prayer, and blessings for all families present. A 16,000-strong crowd on January 16, Friday, greeted Pope Francis in the Mall of Asia Arena on the second day of his visit in the Philippines. #DiscoverManila #PapalVisitPh © @ijpaulr

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