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Since then, the LGBT Pride parade has become an established event, with more than 1,000 people taking part in 2011.
Metro Manila is the headquarters of the gay nightlife in The Philippines.
The majority of Gay Bars & Clubs in Manila and Gay Saunas and Massage Spas can be found in Manila City, Quezon City and Pasay, although the numbers are few.
There are two seasons – the wet season and dry season – although some areas have rain all year round.In 2010, there were just 3.5 million foreign arrivals (compared with over 10 million in the city of Kuala Lumpur alone). Recognition and acceptance of the LGBT community has grown over the past few years driven by higher visibility, education and political activism.There are no laws against homosexuality in The Philippines. Notable developments include the lifting of a ban on openly gay, lesbian and bisexual people serving in the Philippines armed forces and the establishment of Ang Ladlad – an LGBT political party.Filipino, based on Tagalog, is the national language but English is also widely spoken.The currency in the Philippines is the Peso (Ph P) and Centavo. Foreign currency may be exchanged at your hotel, bank or authorised money shops (including some in larger department stores). Credit cards and debit cards including American Express, Visa and Master Card are widely accepted.
Prices are usually cheap but many planes are turbo-prop with limited luggage allowances.