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5 places to check out at City of Dreams Manila

5 reasons to visit the new City of Dreams Manila

A new gaming and entertainment destination recently opened – City of Dreams Manila has joined the ranks as one of the largest integrated resort and casino destinations in the Philippines.

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Its advertisements were much talked-about, featuring bigwigs in Hollywood including Leonardo di Caprio and Robert de Niro. When it opened, it did not disappoint. The luxurious interiors of the hotels, the dining options and the gaming floors really did open a new era of entertainment.

Don’t miss out and check out these five reasons to visit City of Dreams Manila.

1. Relax and stay at beautiful Japanese-themed Nobu Hotel

Nobu Hotel, inspired by world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, has over 300 rooms all wonderfully created to give you the zen feel of Japan. Low-ceiling rooms are adorned with custom-made calligraphy, promoting “chi” or a flow of good energy.

Enjoy the swimming pool and spa services for a truly relaxing stay. And of course, don’t miss out on the highly acclaimed Nobu restaurant for a taste of Japanese fusion dishes.

2. Feel the thrill at Centerplay, the City of Dreams casino

Play your best hand at William Hill poker, or take a crack at Deal or No Deal William Hill Bingo, which is based on the popular TV game show. Or join the Reel to Millions slot tournament to get a chance to win P17 million worth of prizes.

3. Experience a different kind of nightlife at Chaos

Party with the Metro’s elite crowd at Chaos, a different kind of superclub experience featuring international DJs, acrobats and other entertainers. During its opening, singer Nicole Sherzinger was among the first to grace its stage, saying she enjoyed performing for the Manila nightlife crowd.

4. Play and explore at DreamPlay by DreamWorks

The first DreamWorks-themed interactive center, DreamPlay features some of DreamWorks’
iconic animated movies like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and Madagascar.
There are different attractions to entertain both kids and the kids-at-heart. Explore Shrek’s world
at the Swamp Stomp, learn how to fly your own dragon with Hiccup, and create your own
animated 3D movie at the Dream Studio!

5. Go on a luxurious international food trip

Choose from among a wide array of restaurants to dine at in City of Dreams Manila. For noodle
lovers, Noodl8 is a must as it features different kinds of specialty noodle dishes from all over Asia.
Visit The Tasting Room for European cuisine paired with the best wine selection. Red Ginger,
meanwhile, is a Southeast Asian restaurant that’s open all-day. Try the Rendang Freshwater King
Prawns and their best-seller Nasi Goreng.

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Hotel Le Duc: A new Hotel in Dagupan City

Dagupan CityA new world-class hotel recently opened in Dagupan City to attract more local and foreign tourists who visits this side of the Northern Philippines.

The 30-room hotel is part of the Lyceum-Northwestern University Complex owned by the Duque family and will also become the university’s laboratory for its students taking up Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM).

The city of Dagupan, which will soon celebrate its Bangus Festival from April 1 to May 1, 2014. Hotel Le Duc is now developing into a convention center but it does not have enough hotel rooms to accommodate all the participants. (Source PNA)

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Some great excuses to extend your visit to Manila

At first glance Manila might seem a bit intimidating as an intense, over-crowded and noisy urban jungle but there really is more to this underappreciated capital city. Manila has a rich cultural history with diverse influences from Spanish, American, Chinese, Arabic and Malay cultures.

Luneta Rizal Monument
Luneta Rizal Monument

Most tourists come to Manila on route to the islands or to head to the beaches in the south but, if you are sticking around at least for a few days, here is a quick guide to the most popular tourist-friendly neighborhoods. Continue Reading

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Malasimbo Arts and Music Festival 2012

Malasimbo Arts and Music Festival is one of the most popular festivals celebrated by people across Philippines. The festival takes place in the Puerto Galera area in Philippines. One of the major attractions of this festival is the presence of Mount Malasimbo itself in the background of Puerto Galera.

Lets get the Party Started
Lets get the Party Started @ Malasimbo

Puerto Galera is mainly located on the northern tip on the island of Mindoro. Puerto Galera provides visitors with an unparalleled experience to visitors, especially when it comes to scuba diving. Continue Reading

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Puerto Princesa Palawan underground river featured in Singapore festival

The Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) in Palawan, the Philippines’ bet for the “New Seven Wonders of the World,” was featured on World Parks Day in Singapore last week.

Puerto Princesa Underground River
Puerto Princesa Underground River

The Department of Foreign Affairs said the PPUR was showcased at the Philippine pavilion during Singapore’s twin celebration of Global Community Day and World Parks’ Day on September 24 and 25 . Continue Reading

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Philippine Department of Tourism promotes Puerto Princesa Underground River as the Philippines’ bet to the New 7 Wonders of Nature

The Department of Tourism (DOT) is in the forefront in campaigning for the Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) as the Philippines’ bet to the New 7 Wonders of Nature (N7WN).

Palawan Underground River
Puerto Princesa Underground River

In the next months, the DOT will conduct familiarization trips for the media and produce an episode in a produce an episode in a travel program in TV, to encourage media friends and countrymen to spread the word about the campaign and the natural wonder of the PPUR. It is hoped that through various advertisements, forum and voting stations, the PPUR’s bid to be in the N7WN will be strengthened. Continue Reading

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Tourist arrivals during Donsol’s ‘butanding’ season up 20%

The volume of tourist arrivals for the whale shark interaction season here this year reached 49,000, surpassing by nearly 20 percent the records posted during the same period last year, local tourism officials said on Friday.

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Butanding Watching in Donsol

The season runs between February and May. From January to March alone, the volume of arrivals have already reached about 26,000 which was already 10 percent higher than the 23,000 posted in the same period last year. Continue Reading

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Luneta beautified in time for Rizal’s 150th birthday

150 years ago, the Philippines national here, Jose Rizal was born and to celebrate this wonderful event, people are planning parties, parades, and other celebrations. The National Parks Development Committee (NPDC) is doing its part too.

150 Years of Jose Rizal
150 Years of Jose Rizal

Jose Rizal was put to death by the Spanish in what is now called either Luneta Park or Rizal Park. A monument in the park marks the spot and the NPDC is putting in an all out effort to make the park shine by cleaning statues, collecting trash, adding in new buildings, and making the gardens wonderful. Continue Reading

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Enchanting Mother’s Day Celebration at Enchanted Kingdom

It was another magical day inside the walls of Eldar filled with love and enchantment as we pay tribute to the ultimate queen of our hearts … The mothers!

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Enchanted Kingdom Philippines

Enchanted Kingdom, the first and only world-class theme park in the country, celebrated Mother’s Day last May 8 with sparkling surprises and activities made
especially for the lovely mothers at the Park. Continue Reading

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Benguet eco-tourism draws hundreds of visitors

Baguio City Councilor Pinky Rondez on Tuesday observed that Benguet Province’s eco-tourism drew hundreds of visitors during the recent Holy Week.

Ambuklao Dam
Ambuklao Dam

The local tourism leader said that Benguet’s eco-tourism campaign focused on the attractiveness of its mountains, springs, dams and waterfalls.

“Several families spent days of picnics at forests in Bokod town overlooking the giant Ambuclao Dam, others went to savor the medicinal hot springs and swimming pools of Asin, Tuba, Benguet; others found their way climbing Mount Ugo and Mount Pulag in Mankayan; while the rest enjoyed the natural swimming pools of Itogon, Benguet,” Rondez observed. Continue Reading

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