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Friday, January 20, 2017
By Bernard L.  Supetran ASK any true-blue scuba diver his or her bucket list, and Sipadan Island in Sabah, Malaysia, would surely be one of them. Hordes of enthusiasts, including the legendary underwater explorer and pioneer diver Jacques Cousteau, can’t be wrong in making this marine world their playground of...
TOP-down with hair flowing in the wind, cruise past a countryside driver’s dream of small-town roads and seaside postcard scenes from SM’s Mall of Asia to a sprawling coastal resort town along the shores of Nasugbu, Batangas. Known today as a choice destination that highlights a variety of recreational activities...
This adage was proven once more when the first batch of Miss Universe 2016 delegates recently visited Siargao Island, dubbed as the country’s surfing mecca, to kick off the pageant’s promotional tour around the country’s top destinations. Miss Philippines Maxine Medina led the 12 candidates who visited the famed Cloud 9 surfing spot...
LAST month Cebu, Palawan and Boracay made it to Condé Nast Traveler’s list of the 20 “Best Islands in the World” outside the United States, as ranked by readers for its 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards survey. While the magazine’s travel experts predicted that South America would take off as the...
By Margarita Medrano-Tupaz ASIDE from being one of the most iconic structures in Makati’s Central Business District (CBD), the superlative combination of the creativity and the hospitality of the Thais and Filipinos is what set this hotel apart from every other one in the Metro. The synergy of inspirations found in...
By Bernard Supetran THE eclectic city of Puerto Princesa goes by different monikers, such as “City within a Forest”, “Port of Princess” and “Last Frontier”. And recently, it became racked up a new title as home to the first “WorkPlays” in Palawan with the recent opening of the new facilities of...
By Nana Nadal IF you’ve been around the Visayas-Mindanao region, you would be familiar with Golden Cowrie. Their Cebu lechon belly and baked scallops sourced from Bantayan Island of Northern Cebu have a solid following. But those two best sellers are not the only items that keep diners coming back. With...

Experience wine in style

Story & photos by Jacqueline Salvador-Marvida HISTORY revealed that wine is a symbol of power, luxury and wealth. The more aged the wine is, the better taste and aroma it becomes. This is what the 16th Grand Wine Experience at the Marriott Grand Ballroom was all about. Welcoming around 2,000 guests,...
PLANES, trains and automobiles. These may be some of the most common ways to get around. It’s also the title of a classic comedy-adventure movie riddled with slapstick problems and travel mishaps that no longer plague travelers of the new age. Nowadays, technology lets you take whatever adventure you want whenever...