Okada Manila is the iconic integrated expansive leisure space in the entertainment city. It is set on 42 hectares of picturesque oceanfront in the city
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Dangwa 2022 – Manila Flower Market
Flowers have become a metaphor for articulation. Such as lovers making their loved ones feel special, expressions of love, hope, and deepest sympathy, or personal greetings
Quiapo Bridge Handicraft & Christmas Decor Market
Quiapo is a Manila district located in the Philippines’ National Capital Region. It is famous as the “Old Downtown of Manila”, and home to the Quiapo Church.
Mati Davao Oriental – A hidden paradise in South
Mati, Davao Oriental Mati (City of Mati) is the capital of the province of Davao Oriental in the Philippines. It is situated on Mindanao’s south-eastern coast. The
Tagaytay City – More places to visit & dine in 2022!
Tagaytay City is known as the Philippines’ “Second Summer Capital”. Next to the famous Baguio City in Cordillera. It is a component city in the
KADAYAWAN FESTIVAL is back in 2022!
The Kadayawan Festival is an annual festival held in Davao City, Philippines. The festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for nature’s gifts, the
Pampanga Province – Where to stay and what to do there?
Pampanga is only a few hours away from Manila. Aside from Clark, a highly urbanized and modern city, you can also visit here for nature trips
Quezon Province – Where to stay and what to do here?
The Calabarzon region’s Quezon province is known for its charming islands and highlands. Serene beaches and forests, as well as modern amenities and exciting nightlife, draw
Metro Manila 5 Must-visit Roofdeck/Rooftop Resto-Bars
Metro Manila is the Philippines’ cultural, economic, educational, and political epicenter. As a global power city, the region has a significant impact on commerce, finance,
Makati City 5 Must-visit Roofdeck/Rooftop Resto-Bars
Makati City is a top-notch place for professionals looking to advance their careers and businesses. MCBD’s skyscrapers and towering landmarks have long housed many of the