You don’t have to spend much or travel far to get some air. The Pasig City RAVE: Rainforest Adventure Experience is for families, friends, and couples looking for a great place to chill, walk around, and bond — away from the hustle and bustle of the polluted metro. The park is well-maintained and the animals look well. The plants are thriving and the paths are clean.
I have finally been to The Happiest Place On Earth — Hong Kong Disneyland Park. There’s nothing better than to roam around Disneyland with your parents and siblings. I love the fact that our over-50-year-old parents were able to match (and sometimes surpass) our energy. We really had a wonderful and magical time.
Bahay Na Bato Open Art Gallery is located in the municipality of Luna, The Pebble Capital of the North, in La Union. Inside the two-storey stone house are various World War II items, carved stones, and wooden adornments. Stepping out onto the second-floor balcony offers you a panoramic view of the pebbled beach and uniquely-landscaped lawn.
We don’t usually stay at fancy hotels, but we found a voucher on Metrodeal and we thought it was a good deal. I’ve read some bad reviews about Cebu’s Crown Regency, but I personally have nothing to complain about. We enjoyed their amenities and freebies, and the complimentary meals were delicious!
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a heritage park pioneered by Jose Rizalino “Jerry” Acuzar of the New San Jose Builders. Each house was dismantled brick by brick and relocated to the 400-hectare lot in Bagac, where they were carefully reassembled in the same fashion and then restored. Missing parts were replicated to resemble the original structure.
The Kecak Dance is set in a breathtaking environment. The amphitheater overlooks the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean, the gorgeous sunset, and the striking silhouette of Uluwatu Temple on the edge of a cliff. As the sun dips into the horizon, the dancers begin their trance-like chanting, which leaves almost every person in the packed arena mesmerized.