Museums Online & More: Travel Virtually this Community Quarantine!

This community quarantine in Luzon, Philippines may have us inside our homes for our own safety, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the things you could do and places you could visit. Thanks

Learn Farm Tourism and More as ATI Offers Free Online Courses Amidst Quarantine

As the Coronavirus  Covid-19 pandemic limits our movement with the extension of the enhanced community quarantine, now is as good a time as any to expand one’s knowledge and try other ventures such as organic farming, farm

Cebu Pacific Provides Airlift Support for COVID-19 BayaniJUAN Efforts

Private and public companies continue to collaborate amidst efforts against the current pandemic caused by the CoronaVirus Covid-19 disease. Part of this efforts and activitites include BayaniJUAN via Cebu Pacific despite air travel-related challenges.

Online Visita Iglesia & Donations via PayMaya

This Holy Week, amidst Covid-19, Filipinos can continue the religious tradition of “Visita Iglesia” online, and also donate to churches and religious organizations through technology.

Quezon City Celebrates Chinese New Year in Banawe, Aims to Boost Local Tourism

Happy Chinese New Year! Did you know that in China and Taiwan, they celebrate the Lunar New Year for one whole week! Yes, it’s their biggest holiday – just like our Christmas season in the Philippines!

Bayview Park Hotel Manila Brightens-Up with Christmas Tree Lighting & More!

Colorful sleighs, reindeers, and of course, a giant Christmas tree, recently brightened-up the interiors of Bayview Park Hotel Manila this holiday season! Add to that the Bayview Divas, to everyone’s delight!

IkotMNL Mobile App Launced for LRT-1 Riders

Metro Manila’s mass transportation system has definitely a lot of room for improvement. But aside from the main infrastructure, the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), the private operator of LRT-1 train line, is exerting efforts to further

Potential in Philippine-Caribbean Tourism & Trade Relations

As Filipinos, we are familiar with the Caribbean as a tourism destination only for the rich and famous. The nearest common ‘Pinoys’ can relate to about the Caribean would be in the movies.