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You can pick grapes, too, during the next harvest season and when travel restrictions are lifted.
Grape-growing in a tropical country like the Philippines isn’t new. Vineyards in La Union have allowed guests to experience picking the fruit themselves for years. Closer to Manila however, there’s an area that has reported success in growing the fruit. At a mixed-use ...
 
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He based the paintings from photographs he took of the eruption.
Michael Sagaran was at work at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay City when plumes of smoke started spewing out of Taal Volcano on January 12. The hotel is situated right on the ridge and has a direct view of the volcano and ...
 
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Music, art and fresh air. Count us in.
We all need music and art in our lives, but it’s not everyday that we can enjoy both at the same time. Even rarer is the opportunity to experience a curated lineup of live bands and thought-provoking artwork in a setting that inspires the ...
 
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Twin Lakes is perfect if you’re planning a relaxing, no-pressure weekend break
For a quick weekend getaway, Tagaytay is always a good idea. Despite increasing traffic, the city’s cool weather and relative proximity to Manila has made it an easy choice for harried urbanites to relax and recharge. There’s a wide array of choices of ...
 
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There's an ideal venue for every type of wedding.
ManilaFor a traditional church wedding, Manila has a number of religious landmarks that hold a remarkable history tied to impeccable age-old walls and stained-glass windows. In Quiapo, the Basilica Menor de San Sebastian makes a great choice for its ancient architecture and ...
 
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The chef behind Antonio's and Balay Dako discusses flying, fun, and of course, food.
For those who dine out frequently, it’s difficult to imagine that there is any list that could possibly add to the number of fans that Antonio’s now has. Opened in 2002, it is already a dining institution that ranks at the very ...
 
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Great design, hearty dishes, and one heck of a view come together at this stunning weekend destination.
One of his trips abroad, home accessories designer Rene Alcala had an epiphany. The self-described late comer to the award-winning Movement 8 design collective was staying at a boutique hotel in Europe along with some of his fellow designers and exporters when ...
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