At around 7:21 p.m. on November 14, the moon will come as close to Earth as it’s ever been in over 60 years. The rare phenomenon will give as what could be the biggest and brightest moon we’ll see until 2034.
It’s a once in a blue moon phenomenon—and it’s an experience that has to be enjoyed at its best. As such, we’ve compiled five amazing locations where you can enhance your visual experience of the Super Moon.
Sky Deck View Bar at The Bayleaf Hotel
The Bayleaf Hotel
thebayleaf.com.ph | +632 3185000
Open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. (Mon-Sun)
Sky Deck View Bar at The Bayleaf Hotel in Intramuros offers a 360 degree view of the Manila skyline. All you have to do is sit, order a nice drink and let the rare moon take your breath away.
Rooftop, Jovan Building
Shaw Boulevard Corner Samat Street
Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City
Mandaluyong peeps can take advantage of the open air experience Bunk Bar offers. Take one of the Japanese-style tables where you sit on the floor and go ahead: lie down and revel in the view.
Blue Bay Walk
Cluster Bluebay Walk Building,
Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard corner EDSA
If you want to do it picnic-style, gather your troops and head to the greens of Blue Bay Walk in Pasay. You can start the evening with an early or cap it with a late dinner in one of the many restaurants in the area.
Where you going to see the super moon? Share your secret below!
(Editor’s note: Due to an overwhelming number of requests for reservations, two items have been removed from this list.)