Recommendation by Bram Gonzales
Running · Al Fresco · Action Adventure · Easier with a Car · Take a Taxi · Budget · Casual · Attention to Detail · Unique Experience · For Two · Small Groups · Solo · Teenage Fun
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30th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
a year ago
Don your nicest gym outfit and take your gym mat too when you visit Track 30th. Nestled in the bustling streets of Bonifacio Global City (BGC), this open space is fit for individuals looking to de-stress with some workouts. Head to the jogging track for your morning cardio or yoga in the exercise lawn. Burning calories is always more exciting with friends, so make sure to invite a few for fun outdoor fitness.
4 years ago
Jog on a small track in the shape of a red dot when the winding paths get monotonous. Together with interactive art installations, Track 30th is a playground for the active adult! Cool down with some yoga on their dedicated lawn or swing from the wooden beams. With the onslaught of time and the demands of a job, Track 30th in Bonifacio Global City reminds us it’s okay to play!
2 years ago
The Aliwan Fiesta that takes place in Pasay City each April is a manifestation of all the different cultures in the Philippines. In this festival of joy, contestants show off the very best of the Filipino people through song, dance, costumes, and more. It’s a great time for everyone involved, and it doesn’t hurt that the winners take home about USD20,000.
4 years ago
A jog on the wide roads, shaded by a canopy trees, are just what the students and faculty at the University of the Philippines need to lift the weight of school off their shoulders. The Diliman Academic Oval is a popular exercise spot for all ages, not just for runners, but also bikers. On the weekends, almost half of the road is occupied by sneaker-clad pedestrians. Even in the scorching heat, the grove of trees bring in a relieving breeze. Wear something bright and skip the earphones on your weeknight run as roads still keep busy with homebound vehicles.
4 years ago
Instead of four-wheeled cars, the massive ramp in front of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) sees walkers, joggers, and runners of all kinds. From the elderly looking for a low-impact workout to officers from the nearby Philippine Navy Headquarters, all are free to set their own pace here. CCP itself is one of the country’s premiere venues for the visual and performing arts. Everyday, it serves people in various ways, another one as an open space to keep active.
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