Mt. Pulag is the third highest mountain in the Philippines, standing at 2,922 masl (meters above sea level), after Mt. Apo in Davao (2,954 masl) and Mt. Dulang Dulang in Bukidnon (2,938 masl).
The government no longer allows camping during weekends in the mountain and promotes homestay instead for those who want to climb to the summit. There are plans to close the Ambangeg trail next year to let the mountain recover.
Trampoline Park – Zero Gravity Zone is one of the first trampoline playgrounds in the Philippines. With one simple concept of bringing together people of all ages to get active and fit while having fun.
The warehouse turned park hosts to many attractions which include flying in the main court, getting into an intense game of dodgeball & volleyball, diving in a huge foam pit, getting the highest slam dunk or enjoying fitness classes like Gravity Zumba and parkour.
Here's what to expect in this family fun park…
Trampoline Park – Gravity Zone The Portal, Mayflower Street, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City Website: www.trampolinepark.ph E-mail:[email protected] Mobile: +639 0545 33879 Facebook:trampolineparkph
HIGH STREET CAFE is the all-day dining restaurant of Shangri-La at the Fort, designed as a neighborhood food hall, offering world cuisine with casual service and a friendly ambiance. It features 9 different buffet stations with 50% of the food prepared upon order.
The place has received mixed reviews, possibly because of the high expectations given the Shangri-La brand. We visited with our foodie friends recently, and here’s what we liked and what we think can still be improved at Hight Street Cafe…
A music and arts festival: this barely scrapes the surface of what Wanderland is, was, and has become over the past few years. With the community and reputation it has built as the music festival of summer, Wanderland has managed to keep its growing audience on their feet––wanting to go back as soon as they step out of the festival grounds.
Now coming back with a theme fresh from space, get ready to take off for Wanderland Planet! No need for jet packs and oxygen tanks all you need is a ticket aboard the Wander Ship for a trip that’s gonna give you zero jetlags and an infinity of Wanderlovin’!
When it comes to finding the “perfect” burger, the qualities we look for are simple and straightforward. At the end of the day, a basic hamburger consists of four key ingredients: patty, buns, minimal toppings, and condiments.
After asking our foodie friends about their favorite burgers, Team OAP went around BGC, Pasig, Makati and Alabang area on the hunt for the best must-try burgers. We hope this list satisfies your search for the best burger in Manila!
The Pig Pen is the fresh, casual little brother of The Black Pig located in Nuvali. Chef Carlos Garcia, together with Tricia Villacorta-Macdonald and Berna Fajardo-Garriz, created a cafe and concept of their popular European-inspired food using only the freshest local ingredients, but at a much affordable value.
What’s awesome about this is they elevated the food scenein Nuvali, providing one of the few foodie options (alongside Kanin Club) that aren’t fast food or commercialized franchise concepts.
Here’s what to order and what to expect at The Pig Pen…
GREEN SUN is a center for local creative talents in the Filipino art, design, music, culinary, and hospitality industries. It’s an art gallery, fashion store, bistro, events place, collab space, and hotel, integrated into a 20,000 sqm property dedicated to youth culture.
It was a former Toyota Philippines’ showroom and the corporate office of Solid Group, which owns Green Sun. It was redesigned by Architect Gil Cosculluela with a more youthful and minimalist feel.
Check out our different kind of staycation experience and surprising discoveries…