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The Romualdez Museum of Tacloban

Tacloban’s Romualdez Museum is one of many rest houses that the late President Ferdinand Marcos had built for his family. It was constructed for his wife, Former First Lady Imelda Marcos, as a summer palace in which the presidential family would spend in. The museum hosts several expensive art pieces, painting collections and intricate ivory carvings; all excesses from the Marcos years. The opportunity to visit the Romualdez Museum came

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The National Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum of the Philippines is a government institution that serves as an educational and cultural institution in preserving the national art collections of the Philippines. Since 1998, the National Museum of the Philippines has deemed as regulatory and enforcement agency of the National Government in the restoring and safeguarding of important cultural properties, sites and reservations throughout the Philippines. The National Museum of Fine Arts, formerly called the

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Hidden Gem: Ovolo Southside

We arrived in Hong Kong late, at around 8PM. We took the Airport Express to Central and took Bus 90 to Wong Chuk Hang. We found ourselves located in Hong Kong’s soon to be art district near Ocean Park. After a 3-minute walk in 13 degrees of cold and wind, we were able to find the boutique art hotel, Ovolo Southside. The building used to be a warehouse / office

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Hidden Gem: Mr. and Mrs. Fox

Incredible, that’s the best description that I can give Mr. and Mrs. Fox. Occupying three floors of the Taikoo Place Apartments, Mr. and Mrs. Fox is the talk of the town. Each floor has a distinct menu that caters to a different dining experience. The ground floor, Mrs. Fox, serves mostly burgers, fries and food thats goes really well with a cold brewskie. The second floor, Mr. Fox, is a

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Hidden Gem: Nan Lian Garden

If you haven’t noticed by now that my favorite go-to destination has been Hong Kong. My wife and I travel back and forth as part of our annual pilgrimage to the city that never sleeps. The usual mandatory stopovers to Tsim Tsa Tsui, Central, and Kowloon were what kept us busy. One day, we just decided to take a break from the usual and head over to a new destination within

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