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lurker486lurker486 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
Para sa inyo, gaano kalaki ang advantage kapag nakatira ka malapit ka Star City or Boom na Boom? Gaano rin ba kalaki ang advantage kapag nagtratrabaho ka sa Star City or Boom na Boom?



  • nikkilovenikkilove PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    may na boom na boom pa ba?

    star city is for local, medyo nakkahiya magdala ng foreigner na kakilala dyan.

    i admit nung mga bata pa kami, we went to star xity every Xmas season, and syempre lakad ng classmates after last day before vacation,

    pero nung nagbukas yung Enchanted, we rather go there for the theme park experience.

    ,edyo mas yamado naman kasi design and pagkakagawa ng Enchanted. para kang nag Disney na maliit.

    star city, para kang nasa divisoria na may rides. :hiya:
  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    lurker486 wrote: »
    Para sa inyo, gaano kalaki ang advantage kapag nakatira ka malapit ka Star City or Boom na Boom? Gaano rin ba kalaki ang advantage kapag nagtratrabaho ka sa Star City or Boom na Boom?


    Star City, means taga Pasay ka.
    Sa next thread:
    Enchanted Kingdom, taga Pacita or Southwoods ka. :lol:
    Advantage: tipid sa gas. :lol:
  • ermonskiermonski PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Big Bang Alabang hahahahaha
  • kafamzkafamz PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Anong naisip mo at gumawa ka ng thread na itey?

  • BeerhandBopBeerhandBop PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    <~~~ Never once set foot inside star city. nung bata ako, and bago palang yung star city, we were too poor to go. Lol

    now, who the [#]uck[/#] cares anymore.

    katulong namin naka punta na with unli rides. ako hindi pa. lols.
  • gooseberrygooseberry 🐯 Tiger Squad🥈
    I've been to Star City once I was a young kid.
    Like BeerandBop, who gives a flying fvck if they've gone or live nearby.

    Hindi ba industrial area yan?
  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    ermonski wrote: »
    Big Bang Alabang hahahahaha

    Payanig sa Pasig :glee:
  • katze_schmusekatze_schmuse PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Wala naman ako nafeel na kakaiba except pag nakita ko na yong malaking ferris wheel sa malayo, tapos na ang kalbaryo ng paglalakad ko kasi picc na, lapit ko na dun sa favoritr kong jogging place :glee:
  • topnotch97topnotch97 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    naka-pasok na kayo sa PhilCite? :glee:
  • lurker486lurker486 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ermonski wrote: »
    Big Bang Alabang hahahahaha
    Payanig sa Pasig :glee:

    fiesta carnival

  • lurker486lurker486 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    kafamz wrote: »
    Anong naisip mo at gumawa ka ng thread na itey?


    Kasi nga diba maraming gustong pumunta sa Star City or Boom na Boom kasi para sa kanila masayang puntahan,eh kung malapit ka na dun or dun ka na nagtratrabaho eh di para sa kanila mas maraming saya.

  • BubblesButtercupBubblesButtercup I Love Holly Golightly!!! PEx Expert 🎖️
    Wala akong nakikitang advantage
  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    lurker486 wrote: »
    Para sa inyo, gaano kalaki ang advantage kapag nakatira ka malapit ka Star City or Boom na Boom? Gaano rin ba kalaki ang advantage kapag nagtratrabaho ka sa Star City or Boom na Boom?


    DIS ADVANTAGE kamo! Lalo na Ngayong ASEAN SUMMIT 2017 sa PICC. LOCKDOWN ang Buong CCP COmplex Kasama na STAR CITY :boom:
  • BeerhandBopBeerhandBop PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    you're a disadvantaged person if you live in the ccp complex.

  • lurker486lurker486 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    totoo ba na kaya wala na yung kuba sa horror house ng star city ay dahil sinusuntok daw sya ng mga tao kaya puro manika at robot na lang ang nasa loob?

  • jcdyjcdy PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Malapit ka na sa MOA at sa Seaside Boulevard. Masarap mag-jogging, mag-biking, o kaya mag-badminton dun, libre pa. Malapit ka na din sa mga restaurant at mga kainan pagnagutom ka. So marami talagang advantage pag malapit ka sa Star City. Katunayan nyan, pupunta kami dun this weekend para mag-jogging kasi gusto din namin makita yung mga inayos nila nang dahil sa ASEAN Summit. :glee:
  • lurker486lurker486 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    nasunog pala ang star city. magpapasko pa naman.
  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Star City will die’: Star City fire probably arson

    Lisa Macuja, the wife of Fred Elizalde, the amusement park’s owner, showed the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) a Twitter post saying “Star City will die” during the initial investigation, making them suspect that the fire was caused by arson.

    Pasay City Fire Marshall Superintendent Paul Pili also wondered why the different buildings of Star City started burning almost at the same time.


    However, BFP’s initial investigation showed the fire started from a stockroom at the Snow World building.

    Aside from arson, BFP was also looking at electrical problems as a possible cause of the fire, which damaged almost 60% of the Star City compound.

    As of 6:55 a.m. on Wednesday, firefighters declared the fire under control.

    Star City will be closed for a year after massive fire

    The Star City management announced this morning that the iconic amusement park would be closed for a year after it was hit by fire after midnight of Tuesday.

    Atty. Rudolph Steve Juralbal, vice president for legal affairs of the Elizalde Group of Companies, said, “We’re targeting reopening about October next year. It’s necessary because the importation of rides takes time and the set-up of the park also.”

    Meanwhile, the Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) building was also damaged. The MBC houses radio stations Love Radio, DZRH, Yes the Best! and Easy Rock.

    Unlike Start City, the MBC was expected to operate again within less than two days or less.

    “Despite the catastrophe, MBC FM stations Love Radio, Yes the Best, and Easy Rock will continue regular broadcasting operations,” said MBC.

  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Fire razes Star City

    Fire ravaged amusement park Star City in Pasay City just after midnight Tuesday.

    Paul Pili, Pasay City fire marshal, told CNN Philippines’ New Day that 80 percent of the main building of Star City, which is within the Cultural Center of the Philippines complex in Roxas Boulevard, has been damaged, including its Snow World structure and several indoor rides.

    But the rides outside the building are safe, Pili said.

    Authorities said the blaze damaged ₱15 million worth of properties. Rudolph Steve Juralbal, vice president for legal affairs of the Elizalde Group of Companies that owns Star City, told CNN Philippines' News Night that they do not have their own estimates as they are still not allowed to enter the premises.

    Initial investigation showed that the blaze may have started in the stock room where prizes and stuffed toys are stored.

    Pili said investigators are looking at arson and electrical trouble as possible causes of the fire.

    However, Juralbal extinguished arson rumors, saying they are even surprised that this angle emerged.

    "We have no reason to believe why arson would take place because we don't know any group of person who would have motive to do so," he said. He added that the tweet had no connection with Star City, as it was originally referring to a fictional place in an American television series.

    The fire reached alarm level Task Force Bravo, requiring 19 fire trucks to be dispatched in the area, at around 2:25 a.m. It was declared under control at around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Pili said.

    It was extinguished at around 2:02 p.m., according to the Bureau of Fire Protection.

    The fire raged for at least 14 hours, destroying, if not reducing to ashes, some of Star City’s beloved indoor tourist rides and attractions, such as the Snow World.

    He said that there was no immediate report of any casualty.

    A building within the complex, which houses radio and television broadcast network Manila Broadcasting Company, was affected by the fire, but most of its operations will continue, Jularbal said.

    MBC's radio stations have gone back on air, but its flagship AM radio station DZRH is still on limited operations.

    Filipino Christmas without Star City

    Julalbal earlier said that the amusement park will not open this Christmas season because of extensive damage from the fire.

    However, he later told CNN Philippines that they are eyeing limited operations for the holidays, depending on the condition of the amusement park and if they get permission from authorities.

    "We will not open until it is safe for the public," Juralbal said.

    Should Star City remain closed for the holidays, it will affect thousands of park goers. Up to 80,000 revelers go to the entertainment park during peak season — such as the yuletide holiday — on weekdays, according to the Star City management.

    During off-peak seasons, around 5,000 people visit Star City daily and 20,000 on weekends, it added.

    "Tuwing magpa-Pasko, si papa madalas magaya mag-Star City, hindi naman siya nagra-rides. Gustong-gusto lang talaga manuod sa Aliw [Theater,]" April Neri said on Facebook.

    [Translation: Every Christmas, my father usually asks us to go to Star City, but he doesn't go on the rides. He just really likes watching shows at the Aliw Theater.]

    "After mo makuha mga aginaldo mo sa Pasko, isa sa plano niyo ang pumunta dito," Dan Tauyan Jr., another Facebook user said.

    [Translation: After you get your cash gifts for Christmas, you usually plan to go here.]

    Malacañang, for its part, called on government agencies to assist victims of the blaze in any way possible, as it expressed grief over the fire that ripped through the popular theme park and the MBC building.

    “As we near Christmas, this is truly sad news knowing that Star City is a place where Filipino families visit to celebrate the Yuletide season. To our friends in the media who are affected, we wish to let them know that we are one with them in this tragic incident,” Palace spokesman Salvador S. Panelo said in a statement.

    "We call on government instrumentalities to extend any form of assistance to those hit by the blaze," Panelo added.

  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Star City fire causes P1 billion in damage; management says to try to reopen this year

    Posted at Oct 02 2019 06:20 PM | Updated as of Oct 02 2019 09:47 PM

    MANILA - The fire that razed Star City amusement park in Pasay City before dawn Wednesday left an estimated P1 billion in damage.Ed de Leon, spokesperson of Star City owner Star Parks Corporation, said this Wednesday afternoon, but added that park management would try to reopen within the year."We will try to open this year. Depending on the assessments of our engineers," de Leon told ABS-CBN News in a text message.The park earlier said it may not be able to open in time for Christmas, a peak season, and estimated that operations might resume in October 2020.The fire that struck 12:22 a.m. Wednesday razed some 80 percent of the park and damaged nearby buildings, including facilities of radio and television network Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC).Investigators are eyeing electrical overload and arson as the cause of the fire.
    The park management believes the blaze was unintentional.

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