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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Learn about the story of presidential vehicles

The Museo ng Pampangulong Sasakyan (Presidential Cars Museum) showcases the official state vehicles of the country’s past presidents.

The museum is situated in a 2,000-sqm building inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. There are 14 automobiles on display, owned and used by past presidents but there are also some which have been used by key figures in Philippine history like General Douglas MacArthur’s 1934 Cadillac V16 Tranformable Town Cabriolet and Imelda Marcos’ 1960 Rolls-Royce Phantom V. There’s also Ramon Magsaysay’s 1934 Willys MB Jeep which he used when he was still Secretary of Defense.

The highlight of the museum are the presidential wheels like President Quezon’s 1924 Packard Single-6 Touring, President Manuel Roxas’ Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limo, and a replica of President Diosdado Macapagal’s 1959 Cadillac Sedan DeVille.

The museum also has an interactive projection mapping wall, a meeting room and a souvenir shop which sells commemorative stamps of presidential cars.

Entrance is free at the Presidential Cars Museum, so make sure to drop by.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Find Fresh Produce at Farmer's Market

Like the Balintawak Market, Farmer's Market is also known for its products and goods. The products here are sought after by restaurateurs to housewives. Tour the market, find your suki, and you will surely buy the freshest ingredients. What better way to spend your Sunday than to cook, for example, fresh oysters and turn it into Spicy Oysters.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Learn about History at Bantayog Museum

Martial Law is part of history and its abuses must not be forgotten. This is the reason why the Bantayog Museum was opened inside the Bantayog Memorial Center in Quezon Avenue, corner EDSA.  It may not be a 'light' Sunday if you visit this museum but nevertheless it is a very educational and enlightening one, especially to those who have experienced living under Martial Law.

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Find your Food Trip in Maginhawa Food Strip

Once a quiet street that traverses 3 gated subdivisions (UP Village, Teacher’s Village & Sikatuna Village), it is now a long stretch bustling with restaurants.  Foodies are in for a treat as almost a hundred dining venues offer a wide variety of cuisines.  Whether you’re vegan or a meat-lover looking for a place for a romantic date or simply hanging out with friends, you can have your fill of its culinary surprises.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Feel the Forest Ambience at Ninoy Aquino Parks & Wildlife Center

This park and wildlife nature center within the heart of the city simulates a natural forest setting, enhanced with recreational facilities to serve as a haven for nature lovers.  Aside from densely wooded areas, the 80-hectare complex features a mini-zoo, a children’s playground, and a rock garden, among others. The park also includes a Wildlife Rescue Center that serves as a repository and rehabilitation facility for donated, confiscated and/or abandoned exotic fauna.  It also serves as a venue for public education and as a training and research facility for interested veterinarians and biologists.

Monday, 31 July 2017

Catch a Play at PETA

Since PETA transferred to its new home in Eymard Drive in New Manila, it was revitalized with new shows, programs, and workshops. A Sunday will truly be enlightening with a PETA play delighting your senses.  PETA is more commendable as it supports local artists, young talents, even budding playwrights.  


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