Rong Hua is the first authentic Bak Kut Teh (literally means “meat bone tea”) concept restaurant in Manila from one of Singapore’s oldest and most famous pork rib soup shops by founding grandfather Chua Ah Hua and Uncle Rong. Brought to Manila by master franchisee Silver Lush Food Corporation, it has three branches in Singapore before expanding for the first time outside the Lion City. Finally, we now have a place to satisfy our cravings for our Singapore Bak Kut Teh favorite right here.
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Donatela is a 7.5-hectare sprawling green resort integrated into a botanical garden with a cliff house view of Bohol Sea. We celebrated our son Aidan’s birthday in Donatela, one of the best resorts in Panglao Island, Bohol. Here is a travel guide for those deciding to go on a destination birthday celebration in Bohol.
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For tourists, Manila is often just a stopover between flights on the way to another destination. If you have a short time to spare in the metro, why not visit this IG-worthy museum that allows you to travel and experience 11 Regions of the Philippines without having to leave Manila? Lakbay Museo offers 14 unique experiences in 11 different destinations and lets you travel to Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and get to know more about Philippine history and culture.
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Have you been to this absolutely gorgeous Instagram-worthy cafe in Quezon City? There is something undeniably charming about Flossom Kitchen + Cafe. It started out in San Juan as a neighborhood cafe known for its homey vibe and chic flowery decors complemented by glorious foodporn. Here’s a look at Flossom Cafe’s new branch at SM North Edsa…
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Overall, I was pleasantly surprised that the Filipino Food, made by former-Marriot Chefs, was quite good. I personally loved the view of the NAIA 3 Airport, which gave a sense of the excitement of travel during the stay. The boys couldn’t get enough of the big resort pool, the centerpiece of the property.
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Overall, Made Nice 2.0 is much better than the original Salcedo version, with better ambiance and nicer food. I love how the main dishes are made nice and made the highlight of the experience. Order the steak, halibut, duck and vongole pasta, and you’ll be a happy diner. Budget about ₱1,900/head (without wine) or ₱2,800/head (with wine). Make sure to reserve the booth tables for privacy and a nicer view of what’s happening around.
The hotel is a bit dilapidated already but it still has its charm. It’s proximity to Newport Mall makes it possible for the family to enjoy the restaurants, movie house or theatre. Staycation is not complete without good food and a fast internet connection, which makes a lot of difference for me when I blog and for the boys when they play Fortnite or Minecraft. We want to enjoy the rooms as much as possible and try to eat in at night.
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Overall, this is the best steak brunch in Manila with the best One Bonifacio High Street vibe. Kudos to Chef Chris Oronce because this branch is tops in terms of steak flavor. This is the finest place to celebrate with a Wolfgang steak. You have to decide whether to get the Filet Mignon & Eggs (250g – ₱2,388) set brunch specials or the Rib-Eye (600g – ₱4,488) a la carte. The set brunch is good value for money and the biggest of the big US-serving standard that’s good for two. For steak lovers,
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