The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. officially signed the department order (DO 03-2019), last January 15, 2019, to abolish the certificate of live birth as a requirement in renewing passports. According to the newly signed DO, old passport holders are not required to pass to their birth certificate.
Started in 2015, Daily’s Diet aims to provide meals that will contribute to an effective and proper weight loss, with the taste being as good as regular meals. Instead of pushing people to try healthy meals that are often hard to like, this diet delivery focuses on modifying dishes that people already love and serve them with a perfect balance of vegetables, fruits, and complex carbohydrates.
The annual Anthology Architecture and Design Festival 2019 is back to gather experts, practitioners, and stakeholders from the architecture community. Now on its fourth consecutive year, the festival aims to showcase the Philippines and Southeast Asia’s architecture and design on February 15, 16, and 17 at Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila.
Pacifico Bigwish Beach, with its “Big Waves”, boasts a picturesque landscape filled with coconut trees and beach waves lapping over the shore that is ideal for a day of relaxation with your family. This may be a quieter stop compared to General Luna where bars, restaurants, and resorts are mostly located.
If you’re looking for a world-class health and wellness fitness facility that offers a wide range of programs, highly equipped gyms, complete with exclusive membership benefits that is worth the price, then head on to Fitness First, a top choice when it comes to achieving the optimal active lifestyle.
Diet Buddy saves you from stress in making and prepping your diet meal plan. From Monday to Friday, Diet Buddy has allocated meals from breakfast to dinner, perfect to meet a customer’s calorie and nutrition goals. They have created a meal plan close to Filipino Classic cuisines like tapa, sisig, and so on.
Siargao Island just cannot help but to treat its guests with grand rock formations not only inside the Tayangban Cave but also along a secluded beach, surrounded by natural rock pools in the municipality of Pilar in Siargao- this is the Magpupungko. Explore the beauty of Siargao Island through this picturesque landscape, built by nature itself!
President Rodrigo Duterte certifies the bill that would increase the taxes on tobacco and alcohol products as urgent. The bill, proposed by Senator Manny Pacquiao back in 2012, modifies Republic Act 10351 or the Sin Tax Reform Act of 2012 and would raise the tax on tobacco to Php 60 per pack (from Php 30) and tax on alcohol to Php 40 per liter.
South Korea’s cosmetics company Laneige is back in the Philippines and it’s encouraging Filipinos to take better care of their skin to find their inner sparkle. Laneige opened its doors at the SM Store in SM Makati last December 2018. It offers a broad range of easy-to-use skincare and make-up products for brighter skin, sure to bring out your inner confidence and charm.
ANC highlighted Kyushu’s unexplored beauty through Off the Beaten Path: Kyushu, a four-part documentary series hosted by Filipino TV personality Marie Lozano and Japanese actor and narrator Kaz Sawamura. Together, the two traversed into the underrated island to experience its culture, know more about its history, and learn more about the cultural aspects that Japan and the Philippines share.
The milk tea craze has been one of the most talked about food trends in the Philippines for the past years. Originating from Taiwan, milk tea – also known as Pearl tea, Boba tea or Bubble tea – is a tea-based drink with milk served with toppings such as white or black tapioca balls, grass jelly, agar jelly, and puddings. It is so famous that it became the go-to drink for millennials and a lot of milk tea places have emerged all over the metro. And it looks like this milk tea trend is not going to die soon. For what it’s worth, we’ve listed down 10 of the most talked about milk teas available in the metro and where to get them.