It is the largest and tallest in Singapore, and the only one where visitors are allowed to interact and explore—visitors are able to enter the Merlion at its base and climb up 12 stories to overlook the lush greenery of the island from the statue’s mouth or its head. Read more..
Everywhere you look, you'll see eye catching (but not straining) bright colors that's reminiscent of Cinco de Mayo. Rest assured that wherever you're seated, you'll have that perfect background for your selfies and Instagram boomerangs. Read more..
I immediately noticed how charming and relaxed the overall vibe was, and how the hostel staff made guests feel at home with warm and authentic smiles. Right then and there I knew I was in for a wonderful stay! Read more..
The Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF) is pleased to announce that only the following updated accredited accommodation establishments in Boracay Island will be allowed to accept bookings and reservations. Read more..
Whether you're craving for something sweet, savory or tangy, Fantastic Baka has got it all covered! not only will you get unlimited serving of fantastic side dishes, but also your choice of uber-premium meats - now that's what you call a win! Fantastic Baka has two floors, spacious enough to accommodate walk-in guests, group reservations, …
From Taiwan to Philippines, GoodGoodPH definitely made sure all their beverages are not only beautifully crafted and refreshing, but also worth your hard-earned money. Read more..
Fantastic Chef brings authentic Korean dishes in Manila, and is a total game changer in the saturated Samgyupsal market. Their unlimited side dishes and premium meat selections are absolutely drool-worthy and worth coming back for! Read more..
Travel back in time through cobblestone streets, replete with your choice of vehicle, your very own chauffeur, and a visit to five attractions steeped in history from the Spanish colonial era. Vamonos!
With 7 branches currently operating in Manila (8th on the way!), Nanyang, a Singaporean café brand, is slowly-but surely growing its footprint in Philippine soil. Read more..
I've been to El Nido a few years back, went swimming at Nacpan Twin Beach, hiked the limestones of Taraw Cliff, and watched one of the most beautiful sunsets at Marimegmeg Beach. Since then, I never stopped thinking (more like wishing) when or how I could go back to visit more of Palawan, specifically Coron and Balabac. Read more..