Kenneth M. del Rosario

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Quezon Memorial Circle is supercharged national park

The Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) is kind of like a supercharged national park. When we say there’s a multitude of activities you can do within this large circular park, that’s no overstatement. Called “Circle” by the locals, the park...

Robinsons Hotels and Resorts ramps up its ‘Home to Go’ campaign

Robinsons Hotels and Resorts (RHR) has become the go-to place for long-term housing needs for working individuals looking for a safe and secure environment. With its ‘Home to Go’ project, RHR seeks to offers its rooms as a temporary...

Legazpi Active Park in Makati is ideal for fitness and outdoor activities

Photo by Kenneth M. del Rosario The Legazpi Active Park is a privately owned public space and pocket park in the Makati Central Business District (CBD) in Metro Manila. Located in the San Lorenzo neighborhood, the park is popular because of its location...

Sol Y Viento resort in Pansol offers a relaxing weekend getaway

Many individuals missed out on their big summer getaway this year, but the year’s not over yet. Fortunately for people in Metro Manila, Pansol in Calamba, Laguna (situated at the foot of Mount Makiling, some 60 kilometers from the...

El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse grills premium beef cuts in Makati

El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse continues to grill premium cuts of beef, giving steak lovers in Manila much needed comfort food that is hearty, juicy, and perfectly grilled. The resto opened its doors in late 2019, with its location peppered...

Discovery Shores Boracay wins at the International Hotel Awards

Discovery Shores Boracay (DSB), a luxury resort owned by Discovery World Corporation (DWC), took home a prestigious award at the recently concluded International Hotel Awards. Garnering a spot amongst the recipients of the Asia Pacific Hotel Award, DSB (managed...

Explore old-world Vigan for a dose of culture and history

Photo by Richard Incognito Vigan has always captivated the imagination, with its old-world feel that transports visitors back to the elegance of the Spanish era. It is always a sensory treat to wander through the cobblestoned streets of Calle Crisologo and ride a kalesa (horse-drawn...

ChinitaKitchen bakes some of the metro’s most chewy cookies and delicious muffins

ChinitaKitchen is out to tickle your sweet tooth. It’s a business that Shereen Chu put up, a natural progression because she has loved baking goodies ever since her college days. It runs in the family, too, given that members...

Wake up and find yourself in the Cordilleras once more

The Manor at Camp John Hay The Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) is one of the places that has managed to keep its COVID-19 cases low. This has led to it being classified as low risk which means preparations are under way for a...

Palawan reopens to tourists under ‘travel bubble’ setup

Sea turtles photographed within the El Nido Resorts Palawan, voted the World’s Best Island in 2020 by Travel + Leisure, opens its doors to visitors once more, one of the first among the country’s most popular tourism destinations. Now under...