CCP Complex is not just the home of then Philippines premier talents and theaters. Aside from being a home to the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Folk Arts Theater, Aliw Theater, the Philippine international Convention Center (PICC), the Coconut Palace, and the 5-star Sofitel Philippine Plaza; the complex houses entertainment and recreational centers like Star City and Harbour Square.
There are different reasons why people keep on coming in CCP complex. Religious activities are held in Folks Arts Theater, word-class plays and musical shows are staged at CCP’s theaters, conventions and parties are hosted at PICC, breathtaking rides and shows are featured at Star City, and nightlife and social entertainments are relished at the Harbour Square. Now, here’s another other addition to the reasons why people come – CCP complex is a venue of morning family bonding.
CCP is already known as a jogging haven (especially Sunday morning) while the vacant spaces of its gardens are flocked with the horde of aerobic dancers. There are also places spaces for sports like basketball, volleyball, and badminton and bicycle grounds for children. And if you stay the night until sunrise, you’ll witness the evolution of music beat from disco or pop rock to aerobic dance music – changing the party floors to exercise grounds.
CCP Complex could be a good place for you to start your Sunday morning with. Healthy exercise are free and you can jog to your limit. There are options for children too if you choose to bring the whole family.