MetroMart has entered into an exclusive partnership with one of the supermarket pioneers, Landmark. This tandem opens up an avenue to improve the reach of the everyday consumers to Landmark’s vast array of grocery items (including meat, seafood, fruits, and vegetables), which are all delivered to your home with a few clicks from the MetroMart mobile app.
The Japan Foundation, Manila kicks off its first digital edition of the Japanese Film Festival (JFF) with a drive-in cinema experience with an ode to a manga and anime classic! Catch the 3-day special screening on November 20 to 22, 6:00 pm at the SM Cinema Drive-in at the Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City!
Along with its three hotels, City of Dreams Manila has reopened its signature restaurants at 50% capacity, following government guidelines. The latest to reopen on Nov. 6, is Nobu Manila, which opens only for dinner, from Wednesday to Sunday from 5 p.m., poised to attract both date nights and intimate dinners among family and friends.
Since November is officially here, it also means it’s that time of the year again where stickers come in handy to getting yourself a quality planner or organizer all the while sipping your favorite drink as Starbucks’ Philippines just revealed its 2021 Planner and Organizer Collection. Check them below!
This November, Instituto Cervantes and Festival de Sevilla with the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines will treat Filipino film buffs to the “New Cinephilias Online”, a series of movies considered as “The Other Spanish Cinema”, a label with which the generation who started working with cinema at the dawn of the 21st century was named.
ITIM is an exhibition that pushes the boundaries of local design and craftsmanship. In washing the pieces in black, ITIM attempts in uniformity and instead calls for the recognition of presence in texture and form in the absence of color. Catch Philippine designers and their works at ITIM: Material Manipulations in Black happening until October 31, 2020.
As the world enters a new era in luxury dining, Asia Pacific’s most interactive gastronomic destination—Spiral, places the spotlight on its roots with new signature specialties prepared à la minute by expert culinary artisans and standards that go beyond its norm of stringent safety and hygiene measures.
After months of lockdown and quarantine measures, Boracay Island will be reopening to accept tourists and travelers starting October 1. According to the Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, the reopening of Boracay signals “a gathering momentum for domestic tourism all over the country”—a move to jumpstart the Philippines’ domestic tourism since the pandemic. She also added […]
Another year has passed by and the season of mooncake is here again! The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is a prestigious festival in China and is celebrated here in the Philippines with much delight. Having mooncakes for this celebration is a staple, which is why we rounded up seven hotels in Metro […]
Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with New World Makati’s rich, sweet, and creamy indulgence of handcrafted mooncakes from Jasmine! Indulge in these decadent and timeless treats available in four classic flavors: red bean, red lotus, white lotus, and five kernels (watermelon seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, Terminalia seeds, and almonds).
With the advent of delivery services that at present cover almost anything one can buy, the existence of different delivery couriers is no stranger to consumers anymore. And if it makes internet shopping any better, a lot of these have now also been offering pabili services that are even handier in light of our stay-at-home […]
With high fuel costs and worsening traffic situations in the Metro, commuters are forced to look for an alternative way to ease their travel to work and school. One way is through bike riding, which is both an economic and environmental alternative. If you’re looking for roads with protected bikeways in Metro Manila, we have compiled a few!