7th High Club

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Fort Bonifacio, Philippines

7th High Club Fort Bonifacio Reviews

TravellinChic Travelli…
169 reviews
Club for the young crowd May 30, 2012
After dinner with friends we saw some dressed up people going and queuing to a building. Curious and wanting some night life, convinced friends to check it out even tho they weren't exactly dressed up for it :P

I went direct to the guy who seem to be managing the guestlist etc and asked how to get in. He said I should be on the guestlist and those who are usually are the ones queuing. Otherwise, entrance fee of Php500. Nevertheless, he told me to just write my name on the sheet and my friends and stamp my hand and let me in. Cool! Free entrance and no queue! Good start for the night!

The music is pop and almost exactly the same songs I play for gym purposes...how odd could that be :P hahaha!!! They also have a lounge area with liveband playing. Went there to order drinks bec it's not as crowded as the club of course and we could just go in either places as we wish anyway :) Chilled out for sometime at the lounge drinking our cocktails...a carafe of frozen margarita :)

The club is ok, full but mostly young people who are in college or recently graduated. They seem to be quite aggressive for their age tho as I had several "moves" made on me...kids are learning too fast hahaha!!!

There are a few prostitutes...noticeable with their tacky clothes and vulgar moves and the classic handler that are too obvious. Interestingly ugly...dont know if exotic look is preferred or with the alcohol, dim and flickering light and thick make-up somehow help disguise that...or maybe it doesnt even matter :P
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chanelbeverford chanelbe…
3 reviews
Clubbing in Manila May 27, 2011
Another good club is 7th high, located in fort bonifacio, Taguig City. This club is smaller than Republiq though. People here are usually packed with International students like myself. The drinks and tables are cheaper and the music's also good. DJ's from republiq spins in this club too. Usually play rnb and hiphop

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