…rome wasn’t built in a day…


But when it was nearly finished, it was a sight to see, which they encouraged, one and all..

As long as you didn’t have a camera, apparently…

Fort Bonifacio Global City, a growing commercial/residential district in the municipality of Taguig City, Metro Manila. The district was originally home to the main Philippine Army camp, Fort Andres Bonifacio, named after the revolutionary leader of the Katipunan, and has in recent years experienced commercial growth through the sale of the military land. Bonifacio Global City is now a rich district, home to upscale residential condominiums and office buildings, with trendy restaurants, bars, clubs and retail outlets. It is also the location of St Luke’s Medical Center, a world class hospital that includes 374 doctor’s clinics and ten institutes, one each for heart, cancer, neurosciences, digestive and liver diseases, eye, orthopedics and sports medicine, pathology, pulmonary medicine, radiology, and pediatrics and child health. The hospital is now one of the most advanced in medical technology in Asia administered by a highly trained staff.

As always, roll your mouse over any of the photos to get a full description/caption of each image and a link to the gallery of Global City.

Until next time…