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The Beauty of the Women in Manila

The Philippines is a beautiful country. With over 7,107 islands, the country boasts picturesque landscapes and scenic historical spots. Its capital, Manila, hosts hundreds of different tourist spots that everyone can enjoy.

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But what is it really that makes more and more foreign men visit Manila? Well, for one, not only does Manila have all these awe-inspiring places to visit, Manila is also home to one of the world’s most sought-after brides. Women in Manila, more popularly known in general as Filipinas, have a beauty that is renowned throughout the world. Dating in Manila is like dating the country’s rich history and culture!

Over the past years, Filipinas have dominated the world of beauty pageants, winning more titles than any other country. The most recent Miss Universe pageant, as a matter of fact, saw Pia Wurtzbach as the ultimate winner, giving the Philippines another reason to celebrate the beauty of its women.

The beauty of Manila women is a mixture of different races. This is because the Philippines has been visited and occupied by other foreign countries. Before the Spanish rule of the Philippines, races like the Malay and Indo visited the Philippines to trade goods.

When the Spaniards (Spanish) came to the country, however, the Philippines was claimed under the rule of King Philip of Spain. Over 300 years of Spanish rule influenced most of the culture and traditions of the Philippines. Spanish blood also mixed with most of the Filipinos.

Standing at an average height of 5 feet and 3 inches, the petite stature of Manila women attracted many foreign men. Manila women do not have distinct facial features. The country’s rich history gave women in Manila a variety of physical features. Dating Manila singles is equivalent to dating the Philippines’ rich history and culture.

The Role of Filipino Culture in the Upbringing of Its Women

Filipino culture is a mixture of different foreign cultures. From Spanish, to Malay, to Chinese, to American, you name it. When it comes to diversity, the Philippines is in no short supply. The women of the Philippines basically grew up with this mix of foreign and traditional Filipino culture.

To name a few, here’s a list of traditional cultures including Manila dating cultures that Manila women have learned to grow up with:

  • Respect for elders
  • In Filipino culture, respecting elders is not an option but rather a required trait that all Filipinos must possess. The elders are considered an important part of society as experience gave them wisdom to guide the next generation. Young Filipinos are therefore discouraged to talk back to elders and show them respect by saying “po” and “opo” when addressing them.

  • Close family ties
  • Filipinos are one of the world’s most closely knit families in the world. With extended families living under one roof, the closeness of the family is indeed a very important trait for all Filipinos. Instead of being taken to home for the aged or nursing homes, old parents are instead made to live with one of their sons/daughters where they can personally take care of them.

  • Pamamanhikan
  • One of the oldest traditional dating culture in the Philippines that still exist to this day is pamamanhikan. This is when the groom and his family ask the blessings of the bride’s family for the bride’s hand in marriage. If you are looking to marry a Manila woman in the near future, then it is best that you learn this traditional culture and follow it as a sign of respect to traditional Filipino cultures. Once the groom and his family visit the bride’s home, his family and hers usually decide on the wedding plans such as the date, venue, and expenses. Both families usually share food and celebrate the upcoming wedding of both their son and daughter.

  • Wedding culture
  • It is important to note that the wedding culture in the Philippines is different from that of some Western countries. In the US, for example, it is the bride and her family who will shoulder all the wedding expenses and plans from the decorations, to the dresses, to the venue, to the reception, and the actual ceremony. In the Philippines, however, it is the exact opposite. The groom and his family are expected to shoulder all the wedding expenses mentioned.

  • Food
  • Being able to cook for the family is one of the most important skills that a Filipino wife must possess. Nurturing the family and making sure that everyone is healthy is part of the responsibilities of being a wife and/or mother in Filipino culture. In a way, Spanish influence has mostly dominated the food culture in the Philippines, with Filipinos adapting and making their own versions of traditional Spanish cuisine. Examples of these are relyeno, adobo, embutido, and even the famous Filipino delicacy—the lechon.

The influence of culture on the upbringing of women in Manila plays an important role in Filipino society. As such, the behavior of these women are molded by hundreds of years of traditional and foreign cultures mixed together into one of the world’s most sought-after brides in the world. If you want to learn more about single Manila women, join us now and sign up for FREE and start browsing thousands of Manila women profiles.

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