LifestyleThe grand countdown to 2021

The grand countdown to 2021


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Cheers to a new and better year!
Cheers to a new and better year!

The year 2020 has been “hard” for everyone and even that word underestimates the events and losses that were experienced this year.

Despite the growing challenges of the pandemic, it is the perfect time to reflect on important lessons learned and things that we can still look forward to for a better outlook to welcome 2021.

Celebrate the countdown from the variety of choices Asian Dragon has gathered to kick off the New Year with a bang.

1. New Year’s Eve party, Okada Manila

Toast to a fresh start and write a new chapter to your life story by opening it with the year-end event of Okada’s beach and nightclub, Cove Manila on December 31.

With regards to maintaining proper protocol during this time, the event will premiere through the live streaming platform, Twitch TV. The online concert will also be streamed LIVE on the in-room TV screens for guests at 10:30PM.

2. Countdown at 2021, Conrad Manila

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Take the holiday celebrations to new heights over luxurious function spaces, bespoke menus, and dedicated service from Conrad Manila on December 31. Welcome the year with tunes and mixes at C Lounge while sipping and savoring premium spirits and more on Manila Bay’s New Year’s festivities.

Entrance fee for indoor resevation inclusive of one drink is only P1,100 (per person), while an outdoor reservation for a maximum of six persons, inclusive of entrance fee and dining credit rates up to P25,000.

3. This Way to 2021, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila

Share the true meaning of the holiday by booking a New Year’s Eve dinner at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s VU’s Sky Bar and Lounge. Dine at the heart of the city with a scenic view while listening to featured guest, DJ Rukia. Reserve couches and tables to get an al fresco dining while looking forward to a new beginning.

4. The Great ASR Sale, Ascott Makati Philippines

Add a sparkle to the festivities by exploring and creating magical moments with loved ones. Take advantage of the Great Ascott Star Rewards (ASR) Sale with up to 60% off stays at Ascott’s serviced residences and hotels globally.

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