Due to its close proximity to Tagaytay, it is becoming a popular tourist destination for those who want to breathe fresh, cool air but less crowded.
Here, everything is green with lush blossoms. The smell of nature soothes your lungs while the sound of flowing water from the garden fountains promote both relaxation and reflection. Truly, a haven for weary travelers.
National Museum of Natural History It is a modern museum featuring our country’s rich natural heritage that focuses on biodiversity and the ecosystem. It is formerly occupied by the Department of Tourism until 2015. Aside from preserved specimens of the Philippines Flora and Fauna, It also houses some […]
I always plan an out of the country trip during December as a Christmas gift to my family, but since I cannot go abroad this holiday season due to my health condition, I thought of a relaxing staycation would do anyway. Staycations are becoming popular nowadays, especially for […]
Carmen Copper Corporation Just a few months ago, we visited the Carmen Copper Corporation mine site and museum in Toledo City, Cebu. I never thought this kind of museum existed in the Philippines but, I was surprised that we have one in here. It is the first and […]
Many Filipinos take the opportunity to relax or travel during Holy Week. But for us Catholics, this season gives us time to reflect and do penance through religious activities like singing the Pasyon (narrating life, passion, death, and resurrection of Christ), Station of the Cross, and Visita Iglesia […]
Aside from Tagaytay, Laguna is another place to get a quick weekend getaway since it is approximately 2 hours drive from Manila. The province offers a long list of things to do and places to visit, depending on your budget. We decided to visit Isdaan Floating Restaurant in […]
Tagaytay City has been our go-to place when we want to get a quick weekend getaway. However, when traffic becomes unbearable, Silang Cavite is our best alternative. Anyway, It shares the same cool climate as Tagaytay and, it is also rich in natural as well as cultural sites. […]
It has a creamy white sands, but not powdery. There are seashells scattered around, and walking barefooted gave a relaxing feeling. It is decorated with lots feel good beach quotations, wind chimes, and lovely blooms everywhere.
There is a Candle Chapel within the area wherein visitors are encouraged to light a colored candle for their specific prayer intention. Candles can be bought inside the chapel for P5.00 each on an honesty basis. The proceeds will help the needs of the poor students.
Thailand is one of the countries on my list to visit after the pandemic. But, since traveling is not advisable nowadays, Netflix’s Thai Dramas and Thai cuisines are somewhat satisfied with the wanderlust in me without flying to Thailand. Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant The restaurant is situated […]
The surrounding nature of the hotel is one of its attractions. The panoramic view of the adjacent towns of Lemery, Taal, Calaca, Balayan Bay, and Batulao mountains is spectacular
Pray, hope, and don’t worry. Worry is useless. God is merciful and will hear your prayer- Saint Padre Pio For travelers seeking spiritual guidance and comfort, The National Shrine of Saint Padre Pio is one of the top destinations in the province of Batangas. Visitors, mostly pilgrims, gather […]
Inside the historic walled city of Manila is a beautiful quaint restaurant that will make you travel back in time. Barbara’s Heritage Restaurant will let every visitors experience dining like an Illustrado during the Spanish era. The restaurant offers home-cooked, Spanish-inspired meals, meticulously prepared for their guest’s satisfaction. […]
La Cathedral Cafè, from its roof deck, has captured the scene of a romantic European vibe with the backdrop of the beautiful Neo-Romanesque church, The Manila Cathedral. This cafe has been gaining popularity on social media nowadays because of its Insta-worthy photos. We visited the place after attending […]
Smell the sea, and feel the sky, let your soul and spirits fly high. – Van Morrison Are you itching to travel again? Is the beach calling you? Well, most of us stayed at home because of the pandemic, but as tourism slowly opens up in the Philippines, […]