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Manila : Shogun Spa Malate

Nuru is a sensual massage using full body contact, sliding body over body, nothing could be more stimulating.This ancient art of pleasure massage originated in Japan and now weRead more Read More


Manila : Makati Diamond Residences

The best location in Manila, in the main business district with easy access to 5 different shopping malls. The fully-equipped Makati Diamond Residences guest rooms are quietly elegant withRead more Read More


Manila : Edsa Shangri-La Hotel

You step into Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Manila, the quintessential luxury hotel in Manila, and your senses are immediately soothed. The hotel’s lush tropical gardens envelope the property with tranquil greenery, creatingRead more Read More


Manila : Casa Roces Restaurant

Casa Roces Restaurant is a full-service restaurant and café located in the genteel district of San Miguel, Manila, right across the most prestigious address in the country: Malacañan Palace. DrawingRead more Read More


Manila : Nobu Hotel

Ideal for fun and relaxation, City of Dreams – Nobu Hotel Manila is located in the Manila Bay area of Manila. From here, guests can enjoy easy access toRead more Read More


Manila : Crowne Plaza Galleria Hotel

Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Hotel lets you get more from your trip beyond work with well-appointed rooms complete with generous living space and modern amenities. Top it off withRead more Read More


Philippines Travel Articles

Taoist Temple : Cebu, Philippines

Built in 1972, the Cebu Taoist Temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision in Cebu City, Philippines. The temple was built by Cebu’s substantial Chinese community. With an elevationRead more

Metropolitan Cathedral : Cebu, Philippines

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is the ecclesiastical seat of the metropolitan archdiocese of Cebu. In August 14, 1595, Cebu was constituted as diocese and on April 28, 1934 it wasRead more

Fort San Pedro : Cebu, Philippines

Fort San Pedro was built by Spanish and Cebuano laborers as a military defense structure. The fort’s name was taken from Miguel Lopez de Legazpi’s flagship “San Pedro” inRead more