Tourists don’t think of El Nido as a surfing destination. They couldn’t be more wrong.
Articles by Camille Banzon
Sitio Nabaye is an island community in northwestern Iloilo where locals enjoyed an abundance of white sand and sunshine, until Yolanda struck.
Next time you travel, don’t just be a tourist.
Sip & Gogh is the first and only studio in the country where guests are taught to paint over glasses of wine, beer, and cocktails.
When was the last time you visited a neighborhood record store?
A handful of thrill seekers went to El Nido to make their Deep Water Soloing dreams come true. No harnesses or aids, just the thought of free falling into sea.
Taclob is a project by Khumbmela/Yadu bags that aims to give jobs and livelihood to Yolanda survivors.
Each Saturday, we’ll feature a small business trying to make it big. This week it’s an independent milk tea cafe that’s holding its own against the big boys.
A beach near Manila, Talipanan has an almost poetic charm that’s made possible by waterfalls, romantic dining choices, rock formations and a peaceful vibe.
Watch how a piece of paper can instantly make your water 99 percent safer to drink. And it costs less way less than a bottle of mineral water.
We rode the Pasig River Ferry to test out its efficiency and practicality. Here’s what the experience was like.
Cagayan De Oros’ Summer Peace Festival was an experience the in jungle surrounded by music, peace, and good vibes.