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Fort Santiago Gate, Intamuros

I’d been to Intramuros for several occasions already, since my college years, however, I always missed Fort Santiago. It was probably because it was a paid section of the fortress, or I had little interest with Philippine history during those times. It was only during my tax-paying years when I got this strong sense of nationalism. Unfortunately, by the moment my interest about our past surged, my time resources plunged. Inside Plaza Moriones Read more

The Ayala Museum facade in Makati Avenue

The Ayala Museum has long been around the corner. Though seating just beside Greenbelt 5 and perhaps, lurking along my daily walkway route when I was still reporting at our Makati office, I never got a chance to peek on what is inside. I was never curious, probably because of their “yellow” branding and frequent showcase of the Aquino family. Yup, to be honest, I am not a fan of Cory Read more

Go Hotels Otis reception

I am not sure if Go Hotels patterned their accommodation chain with Tune Hotels but the marketing, the branding, and the offers are almost the same. While Tune Hotels is a sister company of the budget airline, AirAsia; Go Hotels of Robinsons Land Corporation partners with Cebu Pacific Air, also a brand under the Gokongwei group. Tunes Hotels, however, has established reputation in 5 countries already such as Malaysia, Philippines, United Kingdom, Australia, Read more

City of Dreams Manila

Located in Parañaque City, the City of Dreams Manila is fast becoming a favorite destination in the country when it comes to gaming and entertainment, world-class dining, and fantastic hotels. The billion-dollar resort spans about 6.2 hectares and offers a wide array of interesting establishments for the general public. Visitors looking for an unforgettable fine dining experience, a luxurious accommodation, or some quality fun time with families and friends will Read more

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

Featuring Roxas Boulevard’s widest and busiest pedestrian crossing. This PedXing or pedestrian crossing, which connects the famed Baywalk and the Rajah Sulayman Park, has been serving locals, passers-by, and tourists round the clock. At night, the street offers a screensaver-perfect backdrop. This photo feature can attest to that. To view for the complete exif information for this photo, check it on Flickr.