Hippity, hoppity, Easter’s on its way! And the Easter bunny is here to bring fun and countless holiday memories you can celebrate with your kids from brunches, staycations, making chocolates and even joining a fun Easter egg hunt.
Here are some fun ideas in Manila where you can celebrate this special holiday together as a family…
Find all your favorite seafood from around the world–lobsters from South Africa, horsehair crabs from Hokkaido, oysters from France, abalone from Australia, and even king crabs from Norway–all in under one roof!
Taiwan’s Addiction Aquatic Development (AAD) is a massive structure housing fresh seafood and aquamarine products. The chic and upscale market has a collection of themed eateries ranging from stand-up sushi bars, seafood hot pots, and oyster & wine bars, to outdoor grills, very affordable food kiosks, and even take-out sushi.
Their concept is to remove the middleman and to deal directly with consumers, providing reasonably priced seafood.
Here’s what to expect when you visit the Addiction Aquatic Development complex…
ADDICTION AQUATIC DEVELOPMENT
No.18, Aly. 2, Ln. 410, Minzu E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City. Hours of Operation: 06:00 to 24:00 TEL. 886-2-2508-1268 FAX. 886-2-2508-0268 Email:[email protected] Website: www.addiction.com.tw
International Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival returns for its eighth year to the picturesque Malasimbo Amphitheater in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro, on March 23-25, 2018. The longest standing of its kind in the country, this year’s festival lineup has been boldly curated to showcase some of the world’s most inspiring artists and rising new talent.
1, 2, 3, Switch! is a live art collaboration among three up-and-coming young artists from Manila. Lee Caces, Kara Pangilinan, and Jappy Agoncillo each have their own distinct art styles which makes for an interesting collaborative project.
Here’s what went down during the exhibition:Read more
The municipality of Lubao, Pampanga is home to the annual Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival event. Now on its 5th year, #LubaoIBMF2018 is set to continue on with its trademark summer experience that’s perfect for family and friends.
Happening on March 23 – 25, 2018 at Pradera Verde, festival goers can expect a total of thirty-one (31) exciting local and international balloons to paint the skies of Lubao.
Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2018 Date:March 23 – 25, 2018 Venue: Pradera Verde, Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga. Facebook: LubaoIBMF Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 6pm Telephone:+6929 559 1719 Email: [email protected]
Every 15th day of the first lunar month, thousands of people from Taiwan and around the world come together with a grand destination in mind– the 2018 Taiwan Lantern Festival, a dazzling dreamland adorned with thousands of colorful illuminated displays, transforming over 50 acres of Chiayi County Hall into an explosion of lights and colors.
Every year the Taiwan International Lantern Festival rotates among different hosting cities within Taiwan. The 29th being held Chiayi County, South of Taiwan – this year’s being the largest festival of its kind in Taiwan.
Be amazed by larger-than-life lantern displays as it opens free to the public from February 16 to March 11, 2018.
Here’s a first timer’s guide to Taiwan’s Lantern Festival…
Yup! You read that right! You can now experience the whole canyoneering tour in both Badian and Alegria with @happyjuanderer.
The canyoneering tour will now kick off in the Alegria river downstream going through Badian and ends in Kawasan falls.
And If you’ve been to south Cebu recently, then you might be aware of the dispute between the town of Alegria and Badian which has split the canyoneering experience into two parts which in turn has confused a lot of tourists.
Anyway, moving forward! The two towns have finally agreed to join forces through their bridging gap (@happyjuanderer), and you can now finally experience the whole canyoneering tour like how it initially started.