A new music festival is on its way this summer. Get ready to have a good time–in more ways than one–at Neptune Manila, where the well-rounded EDM lineup guarantees several hours of dancing. Here’s an added twist that’s perfect for the season: the venue will be Splash Island, the biggest waterpark in the Philippines. Not only do you get to bliss out to beats from some of the best local DJs, you can also brave the water for double the fun.Continue reading “Neptune Manila: A Waterpark EDM Fest for Summer 2018”
Holy Week is drawing near, and and for Catholics, that means a one-week break to step back from daily life and reflect. It’s almost as if the world slows down: restaurants are closed, your work inbox is blessedly empty, and travel plans are announced from all corners. One favorite tradition is the Visita Iglesia, where you make a low-key pilgrimage to 7 or 14 churches, covering all the 14 Stations of the Cross.
Graduation, that special moment every student is waiting for — and has worked extremely hard to achieve. That moment where they can finally step out into the real world and experience a plethora of new things. Before taking that leap into the new world that you’re about to enter, our comprehensive travel guide lets you discover some amazing hidden gems around the Philippines to visit and reflect as you prepare to enter a new chapter of your lives. Fresh grads, it’s time to do some soul-searching.Continue reading “New Horizons, New Locations for the Fresh Graduates”
When it’s travel that we’re talking about, lists are almost always invaluable. You might find yourself checking out articles like “Top 5 Diving Spots for 2018,” celebrating your birthday by creating a bucket list of must-see destinations around the world, or jotting down to-do items for your upcoming vacation. Lists just help, whatever kind they are–probably because travel involves sifting through so much new information and experiences that you have to find a way of not getting overwhelmed.Continue reading “Tutorial: Collections in Maqotana”
Oysters and street-dancing might seem like an unlikely combination, but they go together well in Zamboanga Sibugay’s Sibug-Sibug Festival. Head down south to be part of this two-week celebration, which reaches its peak on February 26, the day the province was founded.
If you happen to be visiting Metro Manila this weekend, or just have nothing planned yet then we’ve got a solution for you: a weekend of literature in the form of songs and poetry, bundled up with drinks inspired by your favorite literary fiction, sounds cool right? We’re going too!
Time to keep your New Year’s Resolutions folks. Kahit ngayong January lang. It’s the New Year, you’ve packed on some extra pounds courtesy of mom’s special ham or spaghetti recipe from your Noche Buena and now that it’s time to go back to work or school, you want to shed that holiday weight. If this sounds like you and you want to start the year by traveling as well then we’ve got the solution for you — hike! Whether you’re a newbie or have been doing climbs for a while, hiking is just perfect for those who want to lose some weight with the reward of a fantastic view after the climb. It doesn’t hurt that it’s the first quarter of the year, which is the perfect season for climbing trails. Check out some climbs that you can do to start your year off:
No one else does New Year’s Eve much like Filipinos do. By nature, we are a very festive country but when New Year’s comes rolling in, we take all that into a whole new level. The streets come to life with the an array of sounds and lights and a lot of commercial spaces have taken it upon themselves to create grander parties every year and we’ve listed down the best (and safest) places to welcome 2018 with your loved ones.