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sky tower grand suite bed

Solaire opened the all-suite Sky Tower to cater more comfort stay options to its guests. It offers luxurious suites which sizes range from 124 square meters and can go as spacious as 936 square meters. The 17-storey Sky Tower also houses additional VIP gaming areas, exclusive diner and whisky bar for VIPs, 1760-seat lyric theater, a garden-inspired Oasis Café, and a Latin American and Mediterranean restaurant. The ceiling of elevator Read more

Sky Tower's Concierge at Solaire Resorts and Casino

Solaire is set to open the Sky Tower, a spacious and opulent addition to its luxurious array of living, gaming, dining, and entertainment centers. The 17-storey Sky tower features a 312 all-suite hotel, eight VIP junkets, a VIP-exclusive Chinese restaurant (House of Zhou) and whisky bar (Macallan Whisky Bar), state-of-the-art function rooms, and a 1760-seat lyric theater. The Sky Tower elevates Solaire yet another step higher into the very top Read more

Talisay Beach, El Nido

2015 is a Visit Philippines Year. In line with that, here are 30 awesome beach photos (in random order) from around the Philippines that you might want to peek. Daku Island, General Luna, Siargao Daku Island is one of the three gorgeous islands that float off the cost of General Luna in Siargao. This place if perfect for lunch stop during your island hopping. Aside from the relaxing breeze that Read more

Miniature of Lucban Church's facade

Quezon Province was my point of interest in the last two months. I spent my pre-birthday beach camp in Padre Burgos with quick visits to some random beauties in the municipality including the neighboring Pagbilao. The week after that, I included Lucban, Quezon in my eastern Laguna road trip. The following weekend, I ventured alone to see the rumored island in the southernmost tip of Bondoc Peninsula, also in Quezon Read more

Villa Cleofas canoe

Off the coast of Mauban floats a small island, Cagbalete, which you may seem ordinary. However, a great scenery resides that only reveals at low tide. Cagbalete Island is one of Quezon Province’s pride featuring wide coastlines and an ecologically diverse habitat. With the verdant greens that serves as a host to unique bird and plant species and an abundant marine life, Cagbalete is a total package for adventurers and nature-lovers. If you Read more

Cagbalete Jumpshot

I started to feel dizzy and uncomfortable when the bus became shaky all of a sudden. The clock above the driver’s seat ticked to 12 noon. I saw no signs of Lucena yet. Four hours had passed and yet we were still in the middle of a dusty and rocky road. Then I thought, where the hell are we. I immediately grabbed my phone and hoped that we were located Read more

Tubbataha Reef: A World Heritage Site

You might be wondering why both Travel+Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler ranked Palawan as the world’s best island in 2013 and 2014 respectively. It wasn’t a recognition they made out of nowhere. It was due the fact that the island, or should I say this group of islands is, indeed, amazing. As a matter of fact, Palawan occupies two spots on UNESCO World Heritage site list and five more are still waiting for Read more


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