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Privato Hotel

Privato Hotel is an Italian-inspired business and lifestyle hotel in Pasig City, strategically located near Capitol Commons, an upcoming lifestyle and dining development, and the Ortigas Central Business District. The hotel boasts of 177 rooms designed in contemporary style. Room décor in predominantly black and white, with hints of vibrant colors and patterns, provides stylish ambiance.


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A Day at Museo Pambata

The Museo Pambata is a children’s interactive museum. Unlike traditional museums where items are stored behind glass and touching is highly discouraged, Museo Pambata invites visitors to learn with the exhibits by using their total senses. It envisions itself as a discovery museum and resource center promoting Filipino global culture, children’s advocacy programs, and creative educational programs with linkages to global communities.


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Quan An Ngon Restaurant

Located right opposite the Reunification Palace, Quan An Ngon restaurant is a good stop to fill your stomach before exploring the palace across the street.


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Cruising on Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta, dubbed as a ‘biological treasure trove’, is the region in southwestern Vietnam.


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Oh My Gulay in Baguio

The place was recommended by a friend and loved it instantly the first time I set foot in it. It is a very artistic place and full of culture. And if you’re a vegetarian, you’ll totally love this place.


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Phuong Mai Art & Cafe in Ho Chi Minh

My friend and I accidentally discovered this place after buying pasalubongs in Ben Thanh Market. We were so tired and hungry back then that we decided to just look around and find a place where we can eat and rest. Just across the market, this sign caught my attention. It has Art and Cafe on it and told Kerie to give it a try.


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Life’s a Beach

There is no better way to enjoy the summer than to spend some time at the beach getting a tan, island hopping, and collecting shells. Our first destination was Tondol Beach in Anda Pangasinan. It was almost a six-hour drive from Ortigas but you can cut the travel time by two or three hours if […]


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