Kickstart your summer with your friends and families at the Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2017 happening on April 6-9, 2017 at Pradera Verde, Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga.
Every year, families, friends, and photography enthusiasts look forward to one of Luzon's best summer attractions.
Here are 7 reasons why you should go to the Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival …
Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival Date: April 6-9, 2017 Venue: Pradera Verde, Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga. Contact: Forthinker, Inc. Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 6pm Telephone: +632 942-0768 Mobile: +63 917 821-0728 Email: [email protected]
The Bike Playground is the newest cycling facility right at the center of the metropolis near residential and business centers at Circulo Verde! It is Philippines’ First Signature Pump Park designed by mountain bike celebrity Claudio Caluori.
It opens this March 18 and 19 weekend with races, bike merchants, and food booths by Mercato Centrale. Here’s what to expect …
Going to an Archery Range for the first time can be an overwhelming experience for anybody. It’s a new and fast-paced environment that requires you to go full-on right away, but once you get the hang of things, your body will keep on wanting more.
The name Kodanda is a Hindu Sanskrit word for “He who has a Bow”. It was inspired by Hindu mythology that tells the story of The Great Rama who has a bow named Kodanda.
Camp Netanya Resort & Spa is a luxurious Greek-themed resort situated on the tropical paradise of Anilao, Batangas.
Here you can enjoy a little piece of Greece–soak in their pools, indulge in their Mediterranean fare, stay in their Santorini-inspired villas–all with a touch of warm Filipino hospitality.
We love the resort for its family friendly atmosphere, the amazing sunset view by the gorgeous infinity pool, their delicious food, its access to Anilao’s world-class snorkeling and diving sites, the relaxing hike up Mt. Gulugod Baboy, and the fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. Did I mention, it’s just about two hours away from Manila?
For the first time ever, all of Asia’s Best Female Chefs were on the same stage to support the UNICEF Philippines Children’s Ball. The event aims to raise P10,000,000 for building One-Stop-Shop Centers for Children with Disabilities in Manila, Davao, and Cebu!
It was a surreal affair, getting to taste the flavors of Bo from Bangkok, Gaita from Manila, Lenshu from Taiwan, and Vicky from Hongkong, all in one dinner for a good cause.
Here’s a photo essay of the inaugural UNICEF Children’s Ball and how you can continue to support the cause of Children with Disabilities…
William Drew: "The inspiration behind Asia's 50 Best Restaurants, which was five years ago, was to celebrate, discover and showcase more Asian restaurants, through that more diverse Asian cuisines, because we realized that Asia, obviously a huge continent, has so many different styles of food and food cultures going on and for much of the world that wasn't as well known as it might be."
The World's 50 Best Restaurants. Since we had a certain number of Asian restaurants but then we knew there were many, many more that deserved to be celebrated. So we launched, in 2013, Asia's 50 Best Restaurants because there was nothing that was doing the whole of Asia, bring the whole of Asia together promoting that celebration and collaboration. And over the years, we built up a strong presence or a strong media following which is really gratifying and fantastic."
We're trying to do more and more events such as this 50 Best Talks which is not just about the ranking of the restaurants…
William Drew: …important though as that is. That's almost though a means of promoting more understanding of different cultures and cuisines, more diversity and more collaboration between chefs and different countries.
So in one sense, we've love taking ideas from all around the continent, and in another sense, there's a lot of people going back to their roots and rediscovering the traditional food of their country. The two can exist together.
Missionaries of the Poor Manila is an international mission that started was in October 2011 by the Religious Institute of Brothers of Pontifical Right.
It was founded by Fr. Richard Ho Lung, a former Jesuit priest, in the slums of Kingston, Jamaica in 1931. In the Philippines, they have three mission areas–Manila, Naga City (September 1994), and Cebu City (February 2004).
The Manila Mission is composed of the Divine Mercy Monastery where the Brothers live, and the Divine Mercy Apostolate Center in Manila, which is home to homeless elderly men and special-needs children.
They do corporal works of mercy: feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, caring for street children and the sick, including HIV/AIDS and leprosy patients, and visiting prisoners.
Every Sunday, Sabrina Artadi of Sabrina’s Kitchen hosts a healthy feeding program for the poor in the area with her Super Caldo and fruits.
Our friend Tina Vitas of Easy Cures invited us to join one Sunday, which was also very timely for our son Raphael’s 7th Birthday celebration.
Here’s our experience visiting the Missionaries of the Poor and how you can also help…
MISSIONARIES OF THE POOR DIVINE MERCY MONASTERY & APOSTOLATE CENTER 1766 Estrada St., San Andres, Bukid, 1017 Manila P.O. Box 1822, 1000 Manila Telephone: +632 354-3449, 994-4521 Mobile: +63 921-637-4900, +63 908 626-1356 Email: [email protected]