Craving for a taste of your favorite Filipino dishes but you’re stuck in the Metro? Worry not for this April, several hotels and restaurants are giving you the chance to savor the Flavors of the Philippines with special dishes that are available for this month. Flavors of the Philippines 2017 is the third year of… Continue reading 7, 641 islands without leaving the city
Bangus, or milkfish, is the Philippines’ national fish and a quintessential ingredient in Philippine cuisine. Whatever occassion and whatever season, Filipinos can never get enough of bangus—fried, stewed, dried, fermented, roasted, grilled, and many more.
Flavors of the Philippines 2017, the month-long nationwide gastronomic celebration organized by the Department of Tourism (DoT) and the Tourism Promotion Board (TPB) unite retail giants in the country to create cultural bridges through food, gastronomy being one of the best Philippine travel “destinations.” This April, prepare for a wider range of activities that will… Continue reading List of malls and their events for Flavors of the Philippines 2017
As a frequent traveler, I’m always on the lookout for travel deals, whether for hotel stays or flights. Being able to save a few hundred pesos per booking is a lot, since it adds up. My number 1 tip for booking cheap flights is to wait for seat sales. Bought months in advance, ticket prices… Continue reading Traveloka App: Booking Cheaper Flights With Ease
Philippine aviation company Air Juan announced direct daily seaplane service from Manila to the country’s top tourist destinations such as Boracay, Coron, Puerto Galera and Subic. Taking off from its dock at the Manila Harbour, the airline operates a fleet of new nine-seater Cessna Caravan Amphibian that can land and take-off from airports and from… Continue reading Air Juan sets daily seaplane flights to top PHL destinations
The city of Bocaue, Bulacan just knows how to give back – with a bang! Known as the fireworks capital of the Philippines, Bocaue chose to welcome 2017 Jan 1 with its very own pyromusical called “Pailaw Pasasalamat”, a thanksgiving event for its fireworks manufacturers and dealers, by the 12-kilometer Bocaue River in Bulacan. The… Continue reading Bocaue gives back
The year 2017 has just started and here’s a list of some of the best must-experience festivals in the country. Here they are in no particular order. Drumroll please : 1. Sinulog (Cebu) January 15 – undoubtedly the biggest festival of the Philippines. Experience the deep devotion of the people by attending the fluvial procession… Continue reading Top Philippine festivals you should not miss in 2017
Christmas is always a season of wonder with festive music, magicians, street performances, and glittering lights making the season magical. Set to make Christmas even more wonderful is Pasko sa Intramuros, a Christmas exhibit and bazaar at Gen. Luna corner Postigo Streets in Intramuros, Manila, as they stage their line-up of performances.
Pasko sa Intramuros is the month-long Christmas celebration organized by the Department of Tourism, the Tourism Promotions Board and the Intramuros Administration. Started on December 6, the event will host various special events for people of all ages like musical gigs and festivals, fireworks displays, and prizes. Pasko sa Intramuros is a bazaar which will… Continue reading Goodies and great finds at Pasko sa Intramuros
If you’re staying in the metro this holiday season, make a beeline for the historic walled city of Intramuros where you can dine and shop to your heart’s content and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. The heritage enclave plays host to the Department of Tourism’s (DOT) “Pasko sa Intramuros,” a holiday fair… Continue reading Have the merriest Christmas in Intramuros