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    Mandaluyong: How to Get to Club Mwah: Ticket Prices/Rates/Entrance Fee

    Tutubi's friend from France last year tried to watch the dazzling show of combined transvestites and girls ala Las vegas show girls style, on a tip from Lonely Planet guide book, yet failed due to ticket reservation problem and that the performers were booked for an exclusive show at a birth party.

    Now, here are pictures and directions for others wishing to visit the place

    Pictures of Club Mwah's Performers and Performances:

    club mwah mandaluyongWorld-class Las Vegas Style showgirls performing at Club Mwah in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

    manila transvestites las vegas show girlsPerformers at Club Mwah is a mix of transvestites, "third sex," and authentic women, you just can't tell who is who :P

    Tutubi was able to watch the Cabaret show in Bangkok, Thailand featuring same format but the big difference was that the performers here sing the songs themselves live, unlike in Bangkok where they only did lip synching ("lip sing," instead of lip synch or lip sync as most Pinoys think). This is the same style you see at the Amazing Philippine Show at the Film Center, Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex in Pasay City (not Manila),

    Here are directions to Club Mwah in Mandaluyong for those who want to go there.

    For a map of Club Mwah, click here (on OpenStreetMap, updated by Tutubi)

    How to get to Club Mwah, Mandaluyong:

    From MRT, drop off at Boni Station, walk to Pinatubo (for Southbound) or Forum Robinsons (Pioneer) then board a jeepney to Kalentong, JRU or Stop N Shop
    then alight at Boni corner Ligaya, cross Boni on foot.

    Driving Directions to Club Mwah, Mandaluyong

    If you have a car, from Ayala Avenue, Makati, you can drive on Makati Avenue, cross Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge, right to Coronado, right to San Francisco, right
    to Maysilo (rotonda), right to Boni (landmark: Petron) until you see Club Mwah on your right

    From Quezon City, the easiest (but not usually the fastest) is via EDSA, right to Boni then make a U-Turn on Sikap Street, and look for CLub Mwah on your right

    Club Mwah
    Location Address: 3rd Floor, The Venue Tower, 652 Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City
    GPS Coordinate: N14 34 34.1 E121 02 17.4

    Parking: ample parking at the building basement
    Club Mwah Ticket Prices/Rates: PhP500/head
    Telephone Number/Contact Number:
    Official Website: www.clubmwah.com

    reservation, group tours, private party, promos, discounts and other inquiries, please contact Club Mwah directly.

    related posts:
    How to get to Mandaluyong City Hall

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:51 PM,

    1 Comments:

    At Apr 22, 2012, 8:51:00 PM, Anonymous bw said...

    Vegas style.. interesting .

     

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