The Tokyo Helicopter cruise is a fun and exciting way to see the beautiful city of Tokyo!
The 15minute ride takes you 600 meters high above the skyline, where you can enjoy the cites beautiful landmarks like Mt Fuji fading away in the background, or the famed Tokyo Sky Tree that darts from the ground like a neo-futuristic beacon made of steel and shimmering lights.
JING TING is a 92-seater Northern Chinese Cuisine casual restaurant by the City of Dreams group, located at the upper ground level of the COD retail area.
Its name means “a little house” or “resting place” and is inspired by Northern Chinese “Hutongs.” A Hutong is a gathering place in an alley lined with gray-tiled houses and buildings in a traditional residential city in China like Beijing.
It’s a cool new place to eat in City of Dreams, especially when you’re craving for Northen-style dimsum and hand-pulled noodles, Beijing Style.
Here’s what to expect and what to order in Jing Ting…
The new Big Crunch Fry & Shake is not only a breading mix for chicken, it’s also a flavor mix. We rarely fry our food, but we decided to try this since we’ve also been looking for easy recipes to cook at home and improve our baon options for the boys.
Here’s a photo essay of our Big Crunch Fry & Shake Chicken Project, which you can also try at home…
MARQUIS is a 1,000-seater events place for your premium, bespoke, and imaginative celebrations, located on the 3rd floor of the Kidzania Building.
The Sarus Grand Ballroom is as beautiful as Shangri-La Fort’s ballroom, with interiors inspired by origami and a thousand folded cranes. It’s the new “NBC Tent” at the heart of BGC, where you can hold your corporate events, debuts, proms, weddings, and even kiddie parties.
Here’s what to expect at the new Marquis Events Place in BGC …
SMX Convention Center at SM Aura Premier is not just any events place. It is a multi-purpose event center inside one of the most recognizable malls in Taguig. It is the humble offspring of the huge and grand SMX Convention Center in Pasay, Manila. This one might not be as big as the original, but what it lacks in space, it makes up for in versatility and adaptability.
Recently, they opened their function hall to people who wanted a taste of the amazing food by M Catering and to display just how diverse the place can be.
Ogetsu Hime aims to offer only the best authentic Japanese dishes in the Metro. They import the freshest catch regularly from Tsukiji Market, and the world’s rarest Matsusaka beef is given the treatment and attention it deserves.
For the longest time, Ogetsu Hime has had its lone branch in SM Aura. Now, they have finally opened their doors in SM Megamall to serve the Ortigas crowd.
Here’s what to expect and what we think about Ogetsu Hime…
OGETSU HIME 3F, Mega Fashion Hall Telephone: +632 470-8241, 637-7510 Mobile: +63 917 576 2377 Instagram:@ogetsuhime Facebook:OgetsuHime Operating Hours: Mon – Fri Lunch is 11 am- 3pm Mon-Fri Dinner is 5 pm – 9:45 pm Sat & Sun - 11 am up to 9:45 pm
Robot Restaurant is a modern-day cabaret show that has become one of Japans top tourist attractions.
The live entertainment is a crazy combination of eastern and western pop culture, modern dance, light-shows, Japanese mecha, and live anime! The only way to truly describe Robot Restaurant is that, it is a type of modern-day Kabuki.
The 90-minute spectacle is divided into four acts that feature an array of friendly and heroic creatures who have to fend off an invasion by the Evil Robot Empire or something — to be quite honest we weren't really sure what was going on, but we loved every minute of it!
However, visitors shouldn't expect a typical dining experience, as it's more about the show than food. While meals are available for an extra charge, you can also buy refreshments and snacks between each act.
If you ever find yourself in Tokyo and have a few minutes to spare, with a few bucks to spend, Robot Restaurant should be on your to-do list when visiting Tokyo. It is something that is purely Japanese and something you can only see in Japan.
(Tip: Eat before you watch the show, so you can focus on the amazing performances and animatronics.)
ROBOT RESTAURANT 160-0021 1-7-1 Kabukicho Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan Hours: 3:30pm—11:30pm Daily Phone:+81 3-3200-5500 Web: www.shinjuku-robot.com
The Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is a 55-piece world-class ensemble founded in 1926. It is regarded as Asia’s first symphony orchestra.
Ilonggos were in for a treat when MSO played their hearts out in two of the most iconic places in Iloilo as part of the 80th Iloilo City Charter Day celebration.
The two-night spectacle was under the baton of master conductor Professor Arturo Molina. On August 25 and 26, the Manila Symphony Orchestra wooed music lovers with “Sweet Symphonies: Bach vs. Beatles” and “Soundtracks and Symphonies” at the iconic Molo Church and the Iloilo Convention Center, respectively.
Here's what happened during the grand two-day celebration…