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Uptown Mall Fountain

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Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Tell me you are in BGC without telling me that you’re in BGC 😉 I love the fresh vibe in Uptown Mall, i feel excited in every corner and it feels like you are in a different country. There are a lot of restaurants and shopping center to choose from and you will not have a hard time to look for a parking space since they have a lot. I enjoyed the mercato feels in front of the mall wherein you can find filipino, italian, japanese and korean food, and of course the dancing fountain is so cool and refreshing. Try and Visit BGC, Taguig and Explore Pinas ♥️

  • 9th Ave, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

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Belfry Café

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Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 

A Memorable Catch Up with Friends @ Belfry Cafe The Belfry Cafe is located within the Manila Cathedral premises in Intramuros. The owner is a former florist who loves coffee while enjoying the view of intramuros. I love how he is very accomodating and he also recommends food that we can try and we had a little chichat while we are waiting for our order to be served. The ambience is relaxing and the bell inside the cafe is really amazing! It was close enough to touch. They served us their best sellers, all of them are really good, but the Blended Coffee Mocha, Coffee Caramel and Mixed Berries and Hibiscus are all a must try. For dessert, their garlic cream cheese bread and classic cheese roll are both a perfect match for your coffee or tea. One more thing, the place is not crowded and they maintain social distancing. Check out their fb page and visit them with your fam, loved one and friends. IG: @abyconcepcion_ IG: Hungry Byaheros

  • +63 926 628 7133
  • Building, 1002 Sto. Tomas, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Camp Laiya Beach Resort

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Batangas, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Comfortable and Chill Vibes @ Camp Laiya We really missed going to the beach (who else doesn’t 🤷🏼‍♀️) but we are on a budget that is why we are so lucky to found a hidden gem in Laiya Batangas. Camp Laiya is an ideal place for someone who wants to relax and feel the province vibes (away from Manila), their promo package is affordable and the place is relaxing. We booked their Kamalig Room and I love their Bahay Kubo Feels. It is indeed far away from “work from home at home” They are observing social distancing and all signage and reminders of puting your mask on and face shield are everywhere. Staffs are all nice and accomodating. The rooms and wash areas are all clean. No need to worry if you don’t have food to eat, they also have a mini store that offers milk tea, pasta, pizza and burgers too! We will definitely go back! ♥️

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Ruined Project

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Tagaytay, Philippines • Recommendation • 

I know I am a bit late but hey! it’s better late than never 😉 I have visited the new Tagaytay coffee craze, Ruined Project. Why Ruined Project? I have learned that it is supposed to be the 50th Coffee Project Branch but pandemic happened and so the twist of the name. Unlike any other Coffee Project places, it has an old, rustic, nature themed interior that plantita/titos will surely love. Their unfinished window screen, unbalanced brick walls, vintage and wooden furniture seating is appealing to the point that you cannot help but to take photos and videos. You can take photos, but you must observe social distancing, wearing facemask and face shield are required except when you are eating. You can also view Tagaytay Crosswinds as they have extra outdoor seats, it is kind of windy and cold when we visited, good thing I have my blazer on. They have good selection of food and drinks, I ordered one of their blended deligths and pastries and it is indeed delicious. They have special food items you can only find in this branch. Parking area available in front of the place. They are open from 7am to 8pm on weekdays and 7am to 9pm weekends. Put Ruined Project on your Tagaytay bucket list and you will never regret your visit.

  • Crosswinds Drive, Tagaytay, Cavite, Philippines

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Cebu City

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Cebu City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Travel because you have no idea who you are, until you experience yourself through different people and realize how you’re all the same, one of my fave travel quote. I am in love with cities I have never been to, delicacies I have never try and people I have never met and of course different culture to discover. Cebu is one of the places that I am planning to go back after this pandemic, I have been to some of their tourist spots and I know I still have a lot of unchecked places on my cebu bucket list. I have visited Temple of Leah, it’s Teodorico Adarna gesture of love to his late wife Leah Albino Adarna and yes they related to Ellen Adarna. The story behind this temple is very touching and it has a great view of the city. Aside from Yap-San Diego Ancestral House, Cebu Taoist Temple, Sirao Garden is my fave. All places in Sirao Garden are perfect spots to take photos. Lastly, if you are looking for pasalubong you can visit Taboan Market for affordable dried pusit, dried fish, dried mangoes and more. Hoping to go back and eat their delicious food and visit their wonderful places soon!

  • Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

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