Love the outdoors? You can bike, swim, get on a boat, camp, go horseback riding, go fishing, or play paintball at La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.
Welcome to the Jungle! When visiting the Pagsanjan Waterfalls (official name is 'Magdapio Falls') in the province of Laguna, the journey leading there is just as exciting as the cascade itself.
124 little islands, beautiful beaches, snorkeling, and just a few hours away from Metro Manila. Hundred Islands may just be the perfect weekend destination for Megacitizens!
In the concrete jungle of Manila, one easily forgets that the city lies right by the sea. A cruise on the Manila Bay lets you experience the tranquility and find your equilibrium.
With the Sta. Anang Banak Taguig River Festival the city of Taguig honors its patroness Sta. Ana. Every July 26, the people of Taguig celebrate the festival on the river - a reminder of the old days, when their ancestors' main source of living was fishing.
Home to over 106 species, the Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden is a place where one can observe Philippine flora and fauna and a number of other animals from other parts of the world.
With the streets and trains of the Megacity being more congested then ever, Manila is resorting to a means of transportation that had been suspended several years ago: the Pasig River Ferry.