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With my late grandfather being a Bohol native, visits to his province’s most prominent symbol and pride have been countless. I’ve been to Chocolate Hills too many times, and I’ve had a ton of photos taken in front of them. But since it’s Visit Bohol Year 2015, after all, it was my pleasure to revisit, and we made a trip to the new Chocolate Hills Adventure Park, too. Read more…

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It’s been typically described as “legendary” for more reasons than one. The McRib, a phenomenon that had taken countries like the United States and New Zealand by storm is now widely being offered here in the Philippines—but only for a limited time. Read more…

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After co-starring in the Shrek franchise and being feature in his own movie, Puss In Boots is taking the spotlight at Universal Studios Singapore. The furry feline we’ve all adored is the star of Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey, the first suspended roller coaster themed after the franchise.

Located at the storybook-inspired Far Far Away themed zone, the new attraction takes everyone on a larger-than-life adventure across the Giant’s Castle, which was ruined by an entwined beanstalk. The duo of Puss In Boots and Kitty Softpaws go on a swashbuckling quest for precious golden eggs to save San Ricardo’s Orphanage against the Great Terror.

The ride was developed with an impressive array of 23 animatronic figures and thrilling sensations of flight and anti-gravity. Its opening headlines Universal Studio Singapore’s fifth anniversary celebrations, with more exciting events coming up in this 2015.

Learn more about Universal Studios Singapore at www.rwsentosa.com/uss. Tickets may be purchased through their website, authorized travel agents, or their hotline +65 6577 8899.

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Shanghai is in an era of economic boom, as if it were being primed expeditiously to surpass Hong Kong. But amid the commercial progress and the building spree that goes with it, Shanghai retains several water towns that serve as reminders of Imperial China. Lying on the outskirts of the city, Zhujiajiao is claimed to be the most preserved of them all. Read more…

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For Filipinos and perhaps all tourists in general, shopping is among Bangkok’s biggest draws. The city hosts a plethora of world-renowned malls, such as Siam Paragon, CentralWorld, and Platinum Fashion Mall, which is the biggest of its kind in Thailand. At Novotel Bangkok Platinum, one can stay right in the middle of Bangkok’s most exciting shopping addresses, in a hotel of international standards, and at a price more affordable than other cities. Read more…

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Classified as a Super Premium ice cream, Mövenpick Ice Cream, they say, is one of the finest of its kind globally. And it’s quite exclusive too, as it’s only available in 40 countries—and only in Thailand and Singapore in Southeast Asia. Our friends from Movenpick Thailand recently opened up the first Bangkok-based Movenpick Ice Cream Boutique at the famous CentralWorld, and they invited me to try some of their delightful gastronomic creations. Read more…

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Bohol’s prominent heritage churches used to serve as depressing symbols of the earthquake’s aftermath, as they, after all, suffered a great deal of irreversible damage. Some of these centuries-old bastions of Catholic faith that also served as refuge during calamities themselves became piles upon piles of rubble—no thanks to the earth’s shaking and the accompanying soil liquefaction. But as saddening as their fate may have become, there is hope amid the ruins. Read more…