Month: January 2022

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Fruit and Flower Market in Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay City

Sta. Rosa is home to the Tagaytay Fruit and Flower Market. Tagaytay Road provides the most recent product from local farmers and fishermen. Although the name suggests a fruit market, there are also dried fish, fresh flowers, and vegetables available. Whether you want to pick fresh flowers or maybe taste their fruity produce, you’ll never […]

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The Baclaran Church – A Historical Cathedral

The National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help is one of the Philippines’ largest Marian churches. Baclaran Church or Redemptorist Church has become the major devotion sanctuary for most Filipinos. Over 85 Million devotees are found in the country. Indeed, Philippines is one of the highest catholic population worldwide. The church’s services began in […]

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Ayala Triangle Gardens in the heart of Makati City

In the center of the busy business district of Makati, lies the calming paradise encompassing over a hundred trees varying with many evergreens. It has a very expansive landscape of over 20,000 square meters. The present-day Ayala Triangle Gardens were previously part of the large Hacienda de San Pedro de Macati. It was Manila’s Pre-World […]

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Medley Buffet – A luxurious dining in Okada Manila

Truly, the Philippines has a lot of high-end buffets. But Okada Manila’s Medley Buffet luxurious dining tops amongst others. It is situated in the bustling city of Paranaque. The stylish ambiance will greet you first upon entrance. Plus, the appetizing smell of grilled and fresh foods will invite you. In fact, Medley Buffet serves in […]

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5 picture-perfect spots in Sorsogon City, Bicol

Sorsogon City is a picturesque province on the southern tip of Luzon Island. Known as one of the most underrated tourist spots in the Philippines. It covers an expansive 2,000 square kilometers of grounds and is 600 kilometers away from Metro Manila. Traveling might get at least a 10-hour drive considering that it is approximately […]

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The Casa Manila Museum in the heart of Intramuros

Intramuros has retained its vintage elegance amid nearby industrialized establishments. If you have been to the well-known walled-city, you’ve probably passed by this Museum. Casa Manila was one of the several grand houses dating back to 1850 in Barrio San Luis. It features the domestic life of the upper-class (ilustrados) family Filipinos in the 19th […]

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The Cartimar Shopping Center -A go-to market in Pasay City

Cartimar Shopping Center is named as one of the best visited markets in the Philippines. Shop the cheapest but high quality clothes and shoes here. Situated between high-rise buildings and small businesses in Pasay City – one of the most populated cities in Metro Manila. It might seem like your typical marketplace but it gives […]

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Rada Promenade – From Parking Space to Al Fresco Dining in Makati’s Legazpi Village

RADA PROMENADE: A New Tasteful Dining Haven in the Heart of Makati In the bustling City of Makati, debuted a safe eating alternative in the last month of 2021. The Makati government collaborated with Ayala land, introducing the “Rada Promenade”. It is a new permanent outdoor eating venture in the area. Previously street parking has […]

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New World Hotel – Buffet at Café 1228

New World Hotel is one of the 5-star luxury hotels in Metro Manila, Cafe 1228 is located adjacent to the hotel lobby.  There are several dining restaurants are available inside this hotel depending on your need and preference and ours was Café 1228 – all you can eat buffet.  Before we end our year 2020, […]

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Malabon Private Fish Market

Called by residents as “consignacion,” this is actually a fish port and formally known as the Tañong Fish Market. It competes directly with the Navotas Fish Port which is government-owned while Malabon Fish Market is privately-owned. Here, the traditional, centuries-old way of trading fishes and other marine species, called the “Bulungan or whispers” is still […]

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