Give mom the priceless gift of experience this year!
Plan a day doing what she loves best–Pamper her with a day at the spa, take her on a luxurious staycation, take her on a lovely brunch, enjoy the summer heat sliding into the tallest inflatable aqua park in the middle of Taal Lake, or put your brains together and solve a mystery room with the rest of the family!
Here are 10 ideas that will help you make this Mother’s Day one to remember…
Boutique Burger Kitchen or BBK is the brainchild of famed Chef Carlo Miguel and wife Ria, the first restaurant they opened together (without any partners).
This diner-themed restaurant serves a variety of American classics, with a focus on quality and freshness. You can expect to find good old-fashioned burgers that have been given the gourmet treatment, and served at affordable prices.
Almost everything at BBK is made in-house, which is one of its strong points. This ensures that the quality and consistency of the food is maintained, and guarantees the customer gets the freshest burger possible.
The food here may be simple and straight to the point, but we were blown away by it.
If you love a good burger, you'll definitely love BBK!
BBK Boutique Burger Kitchen The Fort Stip, 28th St, Cor 7th Ave, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Telephone: +632 964-2050 Mobile: +63 917 893-4913 Facebook: @BoutiqueBurgerKitchenPh Instagram: @bbkphilippines Operating Hours: Mon-Thur, Sun 11am-12mn, Fri-Sat 11am-2am
PARADISE DYNASTY is a Singaporean restaurant franchise specializing in modern imperial cuisine with exquisite and approachable flavors from Northern and Southern China. The flagship store in Manila opened in S Maison Mall in Conrad Hotel, SM Mall of Asia Complex.
The restaurant is famous for its legendary 8 colorful flavors of Xiao Long Bao, but we were surprised that almost all the dishes we ordered–from the soup and appetizers to the Szechuan and La Mian dishes–are deliciously unique at a good price.
Here is what to order beyond their signature 8-Flavored Xiao Long Bao…
THE LIND BORACAY is a Philippine-born 5-star coastal luxury resort in the exclusive part of White Beach in Station 1, offering great food, an elevated infinity pool experience, sea view rooms, and excellent massage services.
It is equipped with 119 rooms, 3 restaurants and a bar, and a signature ballroom overlooking the sunset vista.
Here is a photo essay of our awesome Lind Boracay experience and why you should stay here on your next Boracay escape…
IBIZA BEACH CLUB is one of the trendiest beach clubs today, located in Mövenpick Hotel, Mactan Island in Cebu. It's by the Manny O group, which finally decided to bring Ibiza Beach Club (or IBC for short) to BGC.
IBC offers their popular Balearic-inspired, signature 15-course grill that includes a variety of grilled meat and seafood and features their very own Ibiza Beach Club Show team, providing nightly performances (except on Tuesdays).
Here's what to expect and how to plan your dining experience at Ibiza Beach Club in BGC…
What will you do if you wake up one day in Boracay and you do not see turquoise waters, but green mushy moss blanketing the whole coastline?
The biggest problem in Manila is not traffic because it is a just point in time issue and can be solved with an infrastructure solution like a subway system. The biggest problem is the apathy of Filipinos in preserving our environment and letting big businesses destroy the natural beauty of the Philippine archipelago.
The “green tide” photo above of Boracay Station 1 is NOT a dream or a photoshopped photo. We took a drone shot of the most pristine part of White Beach in Station 1 in Boracay just last March 2017 and we were shocked by this scene.
How can Boracay businesses argue that this is a natural occurrence? How could this scene be alright when we know that our kids could never ever enjoy Boracay the way we did?
What if I told you that environmental destruction is happening in other tourist spots because of coal use? Did you know that Manila’s pollution levels are getting higher each day and will reach intolerable levels in the next decade?
The thing with Climate Change issues is that we only act when we already see the irreversible destruction. Maybe it’s too late for Boracay, but we can do something for the rest of the Philippine isles.
Here are 8 things we can do to battle Environmental Destruction and Climate Change effects…