Tagged: Architecture

Goshen Resort, Bamban, Tarlac 1

Bamban: Goshen Resort, A Glimpse of Rome in Tarlac

A resort and hotel with European (mainly Greco-Roman) inspired architecture located in Bamban, Tarlac. Situated in 4-hectare of secluded grounds, the resort is originally developed just for holding events of a Christian evangelical group. Though it was yet to be...

Rizal Shrine, Calamba, Laguna 0

Calamba: Rizal Shrine (Gallery)

The Rizal Shrine is a reproduction of the original two-story, Spanish-Colonial style house in Calamba, Laguna where José Rizal was born on June 19, 1861. Rizal is regarded as one of the greatest national heroes of the Philippines. The house...

National Museum of Anthropology, Manila 0

Manila: National Museum of Anthropology

Formerly known as the National Museum of the Filipino People, the National Museum of Anthropology is a component of the National Museum of the Philippines that specializes in anthropology and archaeology. It is very near the National Museum of Fine...

Camp John Hay, Baguio City 0

Baguio: Camp John Hay’s 10 Places to Explore

A former military station of the United States Army established in the 1900s during the Philippine-American War. Because of favorable cool climate, the site was chosen as the reserved campsite for soldiers and was named Camp John Hay in 1903...

Tropical Mystique, Sipalay, Negros Occidental, Tupanggala 4

Sipalay: Tropical Mystique Resort

A few years ago, a Canadian named Dean Barr came to Sipalay to help a friend in great distress. Not long after that, he found himself in the middle of a paradise. He bought a lot and built himself a...

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark 9

Singapore: Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Gone are the days where having a picture with the Merlion statue was enough to mark your stay in Singapore. Today, you’ve missed Singapore if you haven’t seen it from the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. One would be...

Banaoang Bridge, Bantay, Ilocos Sur 1

Bantay: Banaoang Bridge Sidetrip

Spreading across the Abra River, connecting the town of Santa and Bantay, considered as an iconic symbol of Ilocandia, the Banaoang Bridge, also known as Quirino Bridge, named in commemoration of the late former president Elpidio Quirino, is highly praised...

(Luna, La Union) 8

Luna: Bahay na Bato Pebbles and Stone Art

The “Bahay-na-Bato” is now one of the most visited tourist destination by both local and foreign tourist in the region. It was opened for public only last 2015. Before it became available for public as tourist destination, it was only...