Philippines

16 Jul 19
Skyscanner Philippines
Planning on going on a long and well-deserved vacation in 2020? Well, we’re going to make things a whole lot easier on your end! As early as now, we’re spilling the beans by sharing a list of the likely 2020 Philippine holidays. Although this 2020 holiday Philippines list isn’t official yet, it will at least give you a clue on when to take a leave from work, so you can indulge on a long and relaxing getaway. And, once Malacañang Palace releases the official 2020 holiday Philippines list, we’ll update it, and let you know. ASAP. So, in the meantime, check out these likely Philippine holidays in 2020, and start picking the dates for your vacation.   Philippine holidays View this post on Instagram Ang amazona ng Team Bang – @tinreffic #candongao #kandungaw #hiking #cebu #instaphoto #cebuwanderlust #ig_pilipinas #cebukeepsmegoing #iluvcebu #ilovecebu #SinoPinas #instaphoto #grammerph #vscophilippines #travelingPinoy #the_ph #philippines #biyahengpinas #travelstoriesPh #travelstoriesworld #choose_photo #pilipinasdestinations #itsmorefuninthephilippines #GoPh #choosePhilippines A post shared by Aldrich Infantado (@bisayatraveler) on Jul 20, 2017 at 7:46pm PDT Disclaimer: This is an unofficial list. Malacañang is expected to release the official list on August 2019. Bookmark this page to check back again once the official holiday list has been released! Date Type of holiday Flight dealsJanuary 1 (Wednesday): New Year’s Day Regular holidayScore cheap flights for January January 25 (Saturday): Chinese New Year Special non-working holiday February 25 (Tuesday): EDSA Revolution Anniversary Special non-working holiday Score cheap flights for February April 9 (Thursday):  Araw ng Kagitingan Regular holiday Score cheap flights for April April 9 (Thursday): Maundy Thursday Regular holidaApril 10 (Friday): Good Friday Regular holidayApril 11 (Saturday): Black Saturday Special non-working holiday May 1 (Friday): Labor Day Regular holiday Score cheap flights for May June 12 (Friday): Independence Day Regular holiday Score cheap flights for June August 21 (Friday): Ninoy Aquino Day Special non-working holiday Score cheap flights for August August 31 (Monday): National Heroes Day Regular holiday November 1 (Sunday): All Saints’ Day Special non-working holiday Score cheap flights for NovemberNovember 2 (Monday): All Souls’ Day Special non-working holiday November 30 (Monday): Bonifacio Day Regular holiday December 8 (Tuesday): Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary Special non-working holiday Score cheap flights for December December 24 (Thursday): Christmas Eve Special non-working holiday December 25 (Friday): Christmas Day Regular holiday December 30 (Wednesday): Rizal Day Regular holiday December 3 (Thursday): New Year’s Eve Special non-working holiday As you can see, there are plenty of opportunities for a long weekend break in 2020. Labor Day, for instance, will fall on a Friday, meaning you can have a 3-day escape in early May. And, if you want to extend your break, file a leave for May 4 and 5, 2020. Speaking of which, there are tons of options for your vacation destination in 2020. Luckily, you can score flights to domestic and international destinations with “Skyscanner’s everywhere feature”. Likewise, you can use our “Price Alerts” tool, so that we can notify you whenever the prices of your preferred flight routes drop. These incredible features, paired with our 2020 Holiday Philippines list, will surely give a rocking yet affordable vacation next year. Want to score some flight bargains? Check out these incredibly cheap flights. In addition to the official 2020 Holiday Philippines list, Malacañang Palace will release a statement to declare national holidays for Eid’l Adha and Eid’l Fitr, once the approximate Islamic holiday dates are determined. But, it’s likely it will fall on the following dates: May 24, 2020 (Sunday): Eid’l Fitr July 31, 2020 (Friday): Eid’l Adha Need some help picking the right destination for your trip? Then, make sure to consider these destinations as you plot your leaves for next year, using our 2020 Holiday Philippines list. You don’t need to spend a fortune to experience a memorable vacation in 2020! Just book your trip with Skyscanner, to score affordable accommodations and cheap flights to anywhere in the world!
16 Jul 19
Skyscanner Philippines
Looking for places to visit with the whole family? This list of must-see museums in Manila will help you sort out your problem. Planning trips considering all the members of the family is quite hard, but these places will suit everyone’s taste, from those who want to learn more about the Philippines history and art to those who want to update their Instagram feeds. Here’s a comprehensive guide to Filipino living outside the Manila area. But before that check out the cheapest month to fly to Manila here. Dessert Museum Manila View this post on Instagram Cutie writer vibes ☺️ #thedessertmuseum A post shared by The Dessert Museum (@dessertmuseum) on Jun 13, 2019 at 9:58pm PDT Jumping on the interactive museum set-up and making the viewers part of the exhibit, Dessert Museum Manila lets its visitors experience life as sweet as candy, literally. The Museum offers a one and half hour tour inside the amazing world of sweets, candies and dessert for Php 699 for those reserving a tour online, and PHP799 for walk-ins. This tour is inclusive of a sample of the dessert highlighted in the room. The place has eight different areas featuring a particular dessert. The room themes are as follows: DonutsMarshmallowsCandy CanesBanana Beach BubblegumGummy BearsPinataCakes While going around the tour, a guide will be talking about each of the highlighted dessert, giving out facts. They would also give around 20 minutes to go around the room and take photos. As this is an interactive museum, you’ll surely enjoy becoming one with the candy themed rooms. The bright colors will surely pop in your next Instagram post. Upside-down Museum This museum is currently undergoing renovations and shall open in August 2019. Another museum that is following the interactive trend in museums right now is the Upside-down Museum. This museum focuses on the visitor’s creativity on how they should pose with all the rooms and displays made upside down. Visitors can enjoy the whole museum for only PHP450, birthday celebrants can even visit on their birthdays here for free. The installations, a popping style of displaying art, gives the visitors all the freedom of what to frame in their lenses, and get the satisfaction of becoming the art piece themselves. The museum offers a lot of different types of rooms, spanning 1700 square meters, the biggest of its kind in Asia. It features a 90-degree house, mirror house, Goliath’s shoe, the upside-down highway, and a whole house which is made upside down. Going to this place from the airport is quite easy, as it’s also located in Pasay, it’s only a short 30 minute ride from where Manila’s airport is located. National Museum of the Philippines View this post on Instagram Take every chance you get in life because some things only happen once. A post shared by YAJ EEV (@jvlxmnst) on Jun 26, 2019 at 5:39am PDT Amidst the busy streets of Manila and its tall skyscraper, the National Museum Complex still holds most of the Philippines’ history. The three different buildings of the National Museum of the Philippines, sit across the Jose Rizal Statue in Luneta. These are the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Natural History, and Natural Museum of Anthropology. The newest of the bunch, Natural History, opened just two years ago and is still have ongoing renovations for it’s permanent displays. Another thing to go see at least once in your life would be the Spoliarium. One of the largest paintings in the Philippines, this piece was made by Juan Luna at Rome in 1884. It is the center piece found in the Fine Art museum. This painting is often attributed to the horrors and brutality the Philippines have undergone during the colonization period. Fly to see the National Museum now Going to the National Museum Complex, you could also go visit the Museo Pambata which is just across the street. All the Museums in the Museum Complex are free of charge. The Mind Museum View this post on Instagram #themindmuseum #ph #크롱이 A post shared by 민경 (@lu_ana.k) on May 1, 2019 at 5:13pm PDT Going from the interactive IG-worth museums, we go to an interactive Science Museum. This museum is located in Makati City, right in the middle of the business district in Bonifacio Global City. The museum is 4,900 square meters, featuring five main galleries in two floors. The exhibits are called, Atom, Life, Earth, Universe and Technology. This museum will surely get all the love from our nerd companions, and the kids as well, as the museum offers some interactive experiments that the visitors could do. You could also ask for a guide throughout the museum visit to talk you through the displays. The price of an all-day tour is PHP750, and there are various price range for the three-hour visit you could go and check out. Ayala Museum View this post on Instagram It's our first week closed but don't worry, we'll still be around. Our physical space may not be available but our exhibits and events will be travelling around the metro with Ayala Museum On-The-Go! Stay tuned to our social media pages for the latest update on when and where we'll be popping up. 👀 #AyalaMuseumOTG A post shared by Ayala Museum (@ayalamuseum) on Jun 3, 2019 at 10:02pm PDT This museum is currently undergoing renovations and shall open in 2020. Another Museum found in Makati would be the Ayala Museum. This is more of a traditional white-walled museum with collections separated by the time period or a specific theme. This six-story museum is run by the Ayala Foundation in 1967. The exhibits are the following: The Diorama Experience, a room of Diorama focused on the major events in the Philippines from the prehistoric period until contemporary periodMaritime Vessels, room that displays models of several maritime vessels through the Philippine historyPioneer of Philippine Art, a white wall room of the most famous late 19th to 20th century Philippine PaintersGold of Ancestors, a room of prehistoric gold found across the countryEmbroidered Multiples, a compilation of Ethnographic Materials collected by the French, Brejard.A Millennium of Contact, a room showcasing the rich history of Philippine trade to its neighboring countries. Bencab Museum View this post on Instagram perspectives A post shared by Karl (@kxrlmariano) on Jun 26, 2019 at 7:01am PDT This museum is led by the National Artist, Benjamin Cabrera. This is the only museum in our list outside Manila city, located in Tuba, Benguet. The museum offers contemporary art that discusses most of the current issues faced by the country. In contrast to the contemporary art, it also features the community art of the Cordillera culture. Two of the four levels of the museum are dedicated to its galleries, while the 4th level is a café to enjoy the natural view this museum uniquely offers. Fly to the North now! This can be all enjoyed for the general admission fee of PHP100, while students and senior citizens could enjoy it at a discounted rate of PHP80. Manila offers a good number of museums for you to visit, so check out the cheapest month offers for Manila-bound flights. There are also other activities you can enjoy in Manila, visit parks or themed parks like Star City.
16 Jul 19
Metro Manila

Falcon seen to intensify into tropical storm within 24 hours  GMA News Three areas remained under Signal No. 1 on Tuesday noon as Tropical Depression Falcon continues to move westward over the Philippine Sea, according to … View full coverage on Google News https://ift.tt/2lwJqMB

16 Jul 19
PeoPlaid

Nestor Fongwan is a Filipino politician. He is currently the congressman representing the lone legislative district of Benguet Province. In the May 13, 2019 election, he defeated unknown Thorrsson Keith. RELATED: List Of Philippine Congressmen and Women, 2019 – 2022 See also: Top Government Officials under President Duterte See also: Profiles of Philippine Provinces and […]

16 Jul 19
Showbiz Report Philippines

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16 Jul 19
Showbiz Report Philippines

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16 Jul 19
Michele Usher Level 2 Photography: Documentary

Exercise 1: Cruel & Tender Look at the Cruel + Tender brochure for yourself. Core resources: Cruel&Tender.pdf Listen to interviews with two of the featured photographers, Rineke Dijkstra and Fazal Sheikh: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/rineke-dijkstra-cruel-and-tender http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/fazal-sheikh-cruel-and-tender Add relevant notes to your learning log. The Cruel& Tender document is a teachers’ guide to an Exhibition held at the Tate […]

16 Jul 19
PXTV - Your Online Pinoy Showbiz Portal

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16 Jul 19
中天國際移民顧問有限公司

  Taiwan recently became the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage.  Many consider this as a significant momentous event that could kick start a similar trend in other countries in Asia.  However, the new legislation has not come without restrictions. Both Taiwanese and non-Taiwanese same-sex couples who are interested in marrying in  Taiwan […]

16 Jul 19
PeoPlaid

Melchor Diclas is a Filipino politician. Currently, he is the governor of Benguet province in the Cordillera Region of the Philippines. Previously, he was the municipal mayor of Buguias. In the May 13, 2019 election, he defeated incumbent governor Crescencio C. Pacalso. RELATED: List of Governors of Philippine Provinces 2019 – 2022 See also: Top […]

16 Jul 19
YugaTech | Philippines Tech News & Reviews

President Duterte has signed into law a bill which imposes heftier penalties for gender-based sexual harassment in public spaces and online. In a report by the PNA, Duterte signed the Republic Act 11313 of Safe Spaces Act on April 17, 2019. Under the law, “gender-based streets and public spaces sexual harassment includes catcalling, wolf-whistling, unwanted […]

16 Jul 19
Market Research Future(MRFR)

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16 Jul 19
Metro Manila

More than 100 dead and 6 million affected by flooding across South Asia  CNN Philippines Death toll from floods in south Asia rises to more than 100  The Guardian Millions Displaced by Monsoon Floods in South Asia  TIME United Nations Offers Help To India, Other Countries To Deal With Floods  NDTV News View full coverage on Google News https://ift.tt/2NUGXtd

16 Jul 19
Go Flat Out

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