KPOP Explosion at Republiq Bar, Resorts World.

I am fortunate enough to have a chance embracing the night for free at one of the most sophisticated club in the Philippines.

Part of a recreational activity in my Company where I am currently working, is to administer an annual party for its employees. It is my first time to be present at the said annual party the so called “TRV Process Party”. In each year, there is a specific concept, and for this year 2013 it’s KPOP Culture. In Addition, the party was very well-prepared, from the food, programs, the location and all thingy that will surely superb for a yearly activity. Let me give you a heads up about the Party.

KPOP Explosion.
The Parade of KPOP Contestants 
The theme of the party was based on the Korean Pop Genre. As per Wikipedia, K-pop (an abbreviation of Korean pop; is a musical genre originating in South Korea that is characterized by a wide variety of audiovisual elements. Although it comprises all genres of "popular music" within South Korea, the term is more often used in a narrower sense to describe a modern form of South Korean pop music covering mostly dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock, hip-hop, R&B, etc.

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On the same fashion, we are also required to wear a Kpop Inspired get up, which is a challenge for me because I am not an aficionado of KPOP Music. Choosing the hairstyle and the colors, the mash up of the dresses to become a KPOP looks, etc. are the huge challenge for me. Fortunately, by the help of my friends, I was able to survive it. LOL!

What about Republiq?

Republic is a sophisticated club in the Philippines; According to “Manilla Clubbing” it is the top one night club in Manilla. It is perfect hotspot for the hip elite party crowd, party girls and celebrities. The Club is open to the public 3 times week only, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The entire design is best described as a Las Vegas style night club. Inside, a number of VIP tables that are usually suffused with innumerable bottles and champagne.

Lights and Music 

In addition, the Lights are great; truly fit the color of the surroundings. It will also technologically change as the music start to play. The rapid changes of the colors and effects are perfectly in accordance to the music’s beat and momentum. The Music is very well chosen by the DJ, named Ace Ramos. The music is played by skilled DJ that plays just like the DJs in the big clubs Vegas and Miami.
Moreover, Republiq host various special events with international DJs and super stars, such as Far East Movement, LMFAO, Lil John, Chris Garcia, Tall Sasha as well popular US nightclub DJs. They usually also hosts the official after-parties for big concerts.

How to get there?
At the Registration/Entrance 

The club is located at the Second Level of Newport Mall, which is part of Resorts World Manila (Newport City in Pasay) and it is adjacent of Remington Hotel. It’s very easy to get there from Makati and BGC. To make it simple, it is right infront of Ninoy Aquino International Airport 3 (NAIA 3).

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 Republiq Club, Unit 8, Second Level, Newport Mall, Resorts World Manila, Newport City, Pasay City

The Food 
All of this Plates/Servings are mine only
The very organized food arrangement 
A Party is incomplete without food. Catering is also offered in Republiq if you’re gonna rent the whole place for private party. Since, “TRV Process Party” is a private one food is available. So let me give you my review towards the medicine of my gastronomical craving the so called FOOOODS. Let’s start with the appetizer “Mushroom and quail Soup”,it was very pectinate and thick,  so I didn’t like it, yet the taste was amazing . Next plate is the main course; the Java Rice is just an ordinary taste for me. Actually, I preferred plain rice compared to fried rice or JAVA Rice, Plain rice is more appetizing for me. The Dishes were very savor, the steamed beef was very juicy and tender, the fried chicken was well cooked, and the pasta was very Italian taste. Coming up next is the plate with Salad, there were three dressing available and I choose the Caesar dressing. The lettuce were very fresh that results to the crispiness, the red and green lettuce were carefully chopped and enough to be placed in one plate. The bread, sweet yellow corn, crashed carrots and etc, were high quality ingredients for the salad. Next was the desert, the tiny sliced Dark Chocolate Cake and a Red Velvet were very sweet, enough to finish the entire meal.
The Drinks.
From the Left : Allan Aban, Dennis Sy, It's me and Mitchell De Leon
Iced Tea and Soft drinks are for free during the “TRV Process party” but on a regular day you have to pay for that at the BAR. More to that, cocktail drinks are also available where in you need to pay it separately and right away.

The Employees.

The receptionists are nice however they are very strict when it comes on checking your ID. The Waiters are very attentive towards guest request, they always observing its table dirt and waste and clean it right away. An empty plates and glasses on your table are their target all night long. The Bouncer and guard are always looking the entire vicinity to secure the whole place. They will remind the guests not to put their feet on the table and not to dance at the gutter when drunk.

The TRV-Process Party.

This is the Dance Routine of TRV-Dancers
Mitchell De Leon : 2nd runner up and people's choice winner

The registration started exactly at 8PM. Then the food were ready for serving, as soon as everybody were finished the heavy dinner, the program proper started with the catwalk of the KPOP fashion contestants (male and female), followed by the intermission number of the KPOP dance with TRV Dancers, and then the question and answer portion continued. Another intermission number from the managerial level for the second segment of the program and followed by announcing the winners. Lastly, gadgets were given away during the raffle, the mob of TRV employees enjoyed drinking and clubbing all night long till 3AM.
If You Want to go in Republiq, below are must read information prior the GIMIK

The Policy

Republiq has a strict door policy. If you don’t follow the dress-code or are to young, you won’t get in, no matter how much you spend or book a table. Always dress up nicely and make sure to bring a valid ID, no matter how old you are. If you fail to comply with the dresscode or age limit you will simply not get in.
You have to be at least 18 years old to be admitted to Republiq and this rule is strictly followed. If you are not 18 you won’t get it. If you don’t bring an ID they will not let you in! Always bring a valid ID, even if you are on the guestlist or have booked a table.

Republiq has a strict dress code. Males have to wear a collar! Always dress up nicely (dress to impress). Girls can dress up sexy or stylish and guys should wear a shirt, jacket or polo shirt (it needs to have a collar or you won’t get in). Jeans & sneakers will be allowed upon our discretion.

General dresscode guidlines:

Gentlemen: No slippers/sandals/crocs, no round/vneck shirts, no caps, no shorts.
Recommended: dress shoes, (polo) shirts, jacket/coat. If they’ll wear a shirt, must have a coat/jacket.
Ladies: No slippers/crocs/sandals. Flat sandals, need at least straps at the back.
The following are absolutely not allowed in any case:
- Baggy, loose-fitting or sloppy clothing
- Athletic wear & sports jerseys
- Ball caps, bandanas &/or similar
- T-shirts, sleeveless shirts & tanktops (for en)
- Shorts & cropped pants (for men)
- Slippers (For men & women)
- Sandals & open shoes (For men)

It is me and Toni
The door policy is strict. If you have any problem with the dresscode or forgot your ID remember to NEVER argue with the bouncers. This is the worst you can do. Try to find a solution (borrow something from a friend, buy something at Lacoste downstairs or go home and change). There is no point in arguing with the door crew. Once they denied you they will not change their mind, no matter what you try. If you start arguing you most likely won’t get in even if you do get your ID or change to proper clothes, so the best is to just leave and get your ID or change to proper clothes.

Obviously no illegal substances and weapons are allowed and no violent behavior is tolerated.
At certain times it can get very busy at the entrance which sometimes results in big lines. Always be patient, you will get in, but remember that VIPs, regulars and paying customers always go before people that are on the guestlist, so sometimes you might have to wait long. Don’t get angry or let it spoil your night. It’s worth the wait!

Undeniably, it was a great experience embracing the number one Club in the Manila for free.To my TRV Process I am very happy to be part of this Process and thank you for the amazing party. To all my blog followers, try to experience also in Republiq,  Happy Clubbing and more power readers

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