Thursday, June 2, 2011

Club Manila East

Planning for a getaway within the Metro? Yes, you can at Club Manila East in Taytay Rizal. It is just 45 minutes away from SM Megamall, Ortigas Center.

The resort is ideal for family fun-time, bonding with friends, and even holding company outings. By the way, Club Manila East (CME) has three resort branches situated in Taytay Rizal, Boracay and Real Quezon. This blog features the Taytay Rizal Resort. This resort was first opened in 1999 with only the
Funtasy Lagoon, which was a scaled-down model of Laguna de Bay. Since then, more attractions were introduced. Now, this resort also features a Kiddie Pool, Giant Slide, Pool for Kayaking, Buzzy River, Beach Wave, and Ocean Wave. See guide map below.

The Resort’s reception area.

The resort hours: For day guests, from 7AM to 9PM; for overnight stay,  from 2PM to 11:30AM of the following day

The CME House Rules:

By the way, food and drinks from outside are not allowed to in the resort.

This is the In-House Shop

When hungry, you may just go to the in-house restaurant – Dona Marcela...

...or go to the fast-food restaurants inside the resort such as Chowking, Shakeys and Jolibee.

Getting lost within the resort is not a problem. Signages are everywhere. 

The Sun-Screened Pool

The Kayak Pool Area and the Giant Slide

The Ocean Wave Pool

The Beach Wave Pool

The Function Rooms

The Beach Wave Cabanas

Umbrella tables in front of Beach Wave Pool

The beach view cabins

Feel free to visit their website at

How to get there?
For Commuters: From ESDA Central terminal, take a jeepney going to Taytay Rizal and then get off at Don Hilario Cruz St. cor Manila East road in Taytay Rizal. Then from Don Hilario Cruz St., take a tricycle going to the resort’s gate.  It will take roughly 5mins.

With Cars: From EDSA Shrine, drive straight through Ortigas Avenue and then turn right at Manila East road. From Manila East Road turn right at Don Hilario Cruz St. just right after Jolibee fast-food restaurant. Then go straight at Don Hilario until you reach the CME resort.

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  1. your pictures are great, but your fun can be hampered by the series of thefts inside the premises. they have a very poor and weak security, with only a single cctv at the gate and that a lot of thieves are going around. if you want to check this out you can go to taytay police to verify as there are lots of police reports of stuff, especially gadgets, stolen, with no suspects and with no proper follow up from their in house personnel/security. they will not even answer your queries after a single 5min interview. i think this(the interview) was just done for show to the other guests. i for one have been a victim as cash and gadgets were taken from our locked (as in--with a key) from our locked cabana. stay away from this unsafe place.

  2. haay excited nako, bale hindi ko na lang pagdadalahin ng mamahaling gamit yung mga kamag anak ko, saka hindi naman kailangang magdala ng napakalaking pera kung magsi-swimming lang naman kayo ng buong araw. Siguro may kulang rin sa resort para sa mga naghohotel for overnight stay kasi dapat meron silang mga camera sa mga lugar na common ang nakawan para maprotektahan mga customers nila saka yung sa cabana tama nga na tinanggal na nila yung mga lock ng pinto para magiwan na lang ng mga bantay bawat namamasyal. Kahit saan naman may mga nangyayaring nakawan kaya dapat lagi talagang nag-iingat saka wag masyado nagdadala ng mamahaling gamit kung hindi naman kailangan pero kung wala naman kayo mamahaling gamit kagaya ko, eh wag na kayo mamoroblema kagaya ko kasi malamang kahit 5k lang dala mo ay sapat na. Salamat sa mga nagwarning at least aware kami na mag ingat bago pumunta dun pero hindi naman siguro maganda na hindi kami pupunta dun dahil lang sa nanakawan na nangyari sa ibang tao kasi maganda yung lugar para sa mga bata.

  3. Club Manila East is a thieves haven. See this facebook page:


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