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Find a venue for salsa dancing, source the city’s largest Margarita, and take part in a month-long pool party.
Between Chinese New Year and Thanksgiving, Cinco de Mayo is one of the few international holidays that Filipinos like to take part in. Unlike those other celebrations, however, the 5th of May conjures up images of street parties, vibrant colors, and popular ...
 
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Twelve luxury hotels and one spa were included in the Forbes Travel Guide.
In case you’re looking for a nice and luxurious place to stay in, U.S. business magazine Forbes says the Philippines has exactly a dozen of them.Forbes Travel Guide, a star rating service and online guide for vacations and trips by Forbes, released ...
 
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Sing like no one is watching (even if they are).
I must admit I enjoy singing when no one is watching.In the shower, in the car, in my room when no one else is around.I used to take voice classes regularly just de-stress.But sing in public? No thanks.So when the Peninsula Manila ...
 
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Help out by taking a yoga class or having afternoon tea.
"Every 19 seconds, somewhere in the world, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer," says Elizabeth Hurley in this year's edition of Estée Lauder's Breast Cancer Campaign video.The fight against breast cancer continues, and in light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we ...
 
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These watering holes will do more than quench your thirst with their happy hour offerings.
'Happy Hour' promotions offered by bars and lounges usually extend past a single hour, which fortunately give patrons more time to consume glass after glass of their favorite libation. In case you're in need of unlimited pick-me-ups, here are some of the ...
 
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On its 10th year, MaArte Fair lets the men join in on the fun.
From August 10 to 12, the annual MaArte Fair returns to the Peninsula Manila for another run of local and artisanal crafts sold for the benefit of the National Museum and in partnership with the Museum Foundation of the Philippines.Expect to see ...
 
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One night only for this East meets West dinner at Old Manila.
Two are better than one, as the adage goes, and we’re all for it when it comes to a wine dinner prepared by two top chefs sharing Michelin mentoring and star training between them.The Peninsula Manila's chef de cuisine Bertrand Charles and ...
 
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Make gingerbread houses, attend a Christmas concert, or shop for treats at a Christmas market right in Manila.
1. Decorate gingerbread houses.The sweet smell of gingerbread always fills the home with wonderful memories. And oh, even more delightful is building and decorating your own gingerbread houses. At The Peninsula Manila, children can assemble their own to take home. At the ...
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