TRAVEL Spots in the Philippines
Reopening on January 15 is Enchanted Kingdom (EK)’s newest attraction – Agila: The EKsperience. Featuring a 6D theater experience, 100 motion seats, and a giant screen, Agila is said to be the first and the largest flying attraction in the country. Image grabbed from Enchanted Kingdom’s website. The attraction will take people on a flight around 20 breathtaking locations around the country – from Batanes to Cagayan de Oro – showcasing all the beautiful spots they offer. This is while giving the illusion that they are eagles soaring and getting a (literal) bird’s eye view of all the destinations that the country has to offer. Aside from being an educational […]
There’s a new place at BGC that’ll surely interest art enthusiasts out there. The BGC Arts Center is the first and only stand-alone theater that is 100% built on private donations. It is dedicated to providing a cultural and educational experience that inspires the public to explore their creative side and embrace the Filipino artistry.
Amidst the towering heights, bustling façade and busy streets, Makati also hides some of the most sought-after art galleries that houses art events and exhibits from time to time. Here is the list of some art galleries in Makati that you can go to the next time you’ll opt for some art-admiring adventure. 1. Altro Mondo Established in 2010, Altro Mondo is a commercial art gallery which exhibits contemporary art from the Philippines and abroad. Image grabbed from altromondoart Address: 3rd Level, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City Gallery Hours: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm daily Contact Number: (632) 501– 3270–71 Facebook: altromondoart Read more: AltroMondo 2. MO_Space MO_Space is an […]
When you hear someone mention “Makati,” the first thing, probably, that comes to mind would be the tall buildings standing from left to right, thus comprising the “urban jungle” we call today. Known to be Metro Manila’s Central Business District, Makati houses the offices for both the local and the multinational companies.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), a.k.a. Manila International Airport, is located on the boundary of Paranaque and Pasay cities. It currently has four terminals and each houses different international and domestic flights. If you are a first time traveler in the Philippines, it is vital to know the difference between them to save time, energy, and money. With the worsening traffic en route to NAIA, it’s better to familiarize yourselves from flight services to restaurants nearby. NAIA 1 NAIA terminal 1. Image from Philippine Star NAIA 1 is the current home to most internationally-based airlines. These are the list of airlines at NAIA 1: Cebu Pacific Air PAL Express Delta Airlines Philippine Airline All Nippon Air KLM Royal […]
Sagada – for some people, this is the place where broken hearts go; where people travel to witness Kiltepan’s beautiful sunrise; where they could simply just chill and enjoy the wonders of nature. However, this place isn’t only just that. Amidst all the trees, the fog, and the clouds is a place that is also rich in history and in culture.
In this generation where people prefer something easy, convenient and accessible, whether it’d be searching for newly opened restaurants, must-visit beaches in the Philippines and even finding answers to your homework online, the internet and various research apps are mostly the best solutions. But how sure are we that the information and references are accurate enough? As for some bookworms and bibliophiles here in the Philippines, nothing beats the feeling of reading and smelling a hard bound book and appreciate the history embracing each library. If you’re in quest for a quiet place where you need things to be done, check out these libraries on our list you can visit […]