Sponsored Ads

Art in Island 3D Museum in Cubao – Entrance Fee, Promos, Discounts and other Details

Art in Island 3D Museum in Cubao

My first experience of 3D art was in Malaysia in i-City Shah Alam’s Trick Art Museum, I’ve got a handful of awesome pics from that fun experience, so I know it’ll be a treat to visit another 3D art museum. And this time it’s going to be in Manila. Can’t wait to check out the Art in Island in Cubao tomorrow, said to be the biggest of its kind in Asia!

I was doing some research earlier about the admission fees, operating hours, promos and discounts, do’s and don’ts, etc. and I’ve collated the info so I can share them with you who may be looking for a new fun thing to do in Manila. Or if you are in the middle of organizing a field trip, excursion, team activity you may want to consider this interactive museum in Cubao, a new attraction in the Metro.

>>> Read more

Experience SM MOA Ice Skating Rink | Entrance Fee and Rates

SM MOA Ice Skating Rink Rates

I’ve celebrated one birthday trying to learn how to skate in SM MOA’s ice skating rink. I was able to stand and walk a few steps, ventured to the center with knees quaking, laughing hard and trying not to fall.

We’ve bought the unlimited All Day Pass but only stayed there less than an hour, for one it was cold and hands were freezing. We were ill-prepared for a day of ice-skating (nakkkss, excuses hehe). Second, we were latched on the side railing more time versus doing actual ‘walking on ice’. I won’t even say it was skating, haha.

>>> Read more

Tara Na Sa Divisoria! For The Love of Bargains and Good Buys

Divisoria 168 Mall

“Can we go to Divisoria? We should go to Divi!”

Urges me whenever I am planning a trip to Manila and luckily for me I almost always made it to this bargain mecca before I go back to Cebu.

Have you been to Divi? =)

I clearly remember the first time I was there, I was with a Divisoria neophyte too and we were bringing a car. Clueless and warned repeatedly that ‘parking is horrendous. Park as soon as you can find a space”, an image of us just going round and round the area without finding one stuck on my head.

>>> Read more

Rizal Park Top Tourist Attraction in Manila: Biggest PH Park

Last December we were on a do it yourself walking tour of the best field trip destinations in Metro Manila. Me, Kenneth and Titus visited Manila’s top tourist spots from the Walled City of Intramuros to Fort Santiago then to Rizal Park or Luneta along Roxas Ave. After the metro’s historical tour we went to the shopper’s haven in Greenhills and then to SM Mall of Asia. All these sites on just a single day and by way of walking and public commute; it was a very affordable way to discover Manila. And you too can experience the best sites of the city without signing up and paying for any Manila Tour Package. Some adventures are best done by walking! Field trip experiences and story resumes … we were sort of tracing the last steps of Dr. Rizal so we walked back from the Fort to Intramuros, got out at the gate near Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila and walked all the way to Luneta. It was a long walk hehehe but it was windy and cloudy so it was okay. (Weather then was gloomy, the week after our trip to the capital Sendong happened).

>>> Read more

Fort Santiago: Time Travel and Field Trips in Manila’s Top Attractions

Fort Santiago entrance

“Mamamatay akong di man lang makikita ang maningning na pagbubukang liwayway sa aking Inang Bayan. Kayong mga makakakita, batiin ninyo sya at wag niyo kaming kalimutan.. kaming mga nasadlak sa dilim ng gabi”  

                                                                                                                                                                    Elias from Noli Me Tangere.

Of all Rizal’s works, these are the lines that will always tug at my heart. It speaks of hardships, of sufferings but it also speaks of burning hope. Hope and an unwavering belief that a bright morning will dawn on our native land. 1896 Dr. Jose Rizal was executed in Bagumbayan. 2 years after in 1898 the Filipinos declared their independence from Spain.

>>> Read more