Bonchon Chicken at Fisher Mall

Bonchon Chicken Chops RiceboxThe Bonchon Chicken restaurant in Quezon City is located inside the Fisher Mall on Quezon Avenue.
The Bonchon Chicken restaurant. Bonchon Chicken is a Korean franchise chain quickly expanding its locations in the Philippine region. Ever since Bonchon Chicken opened, customers have been eager to taste Bonchon’s Korean style crispy and tasty chicken wings and drumsticks. Their chicken is described as crunchy but light and not oily, with hot moist juicy meat and sauced the Bonchon way.

To have crispy Korean style chicken, a double-fry approach is employed, in which the first batch gets rid of any chicken fat to make it crispier; And the subsequent fry has added their spicy sauce or Soy garlic sauce for the distinct flavor. Continue reading

Camp Crame in Manila

Camp Crame Philippine National Police Headquarters Quezon CityCamp Crame is the national headquarters of the Philippine National Police, located along EDSA near Santolan Avenue in Quezon City, metro Manila. The 33-hectare installation was named in honor of Brigadier General Rafael Crame, the first general of the Philippine Constabulary. Basic training of police officers is conducted here. Across the street from Camp Crame is Camp Aguinaldo, the 178-hectare general headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. It is also home to the Department of National Defense, National Capital Regional Command, and the National Defense College of the Philippines, among other offices. It was established in 1935 as Camp Murphy in honor of Frank Murphy, Continue reading

Green Papaya Art Projects Manila

Green Papaya Art Projects ManilaGreen Papaya Art Projects is an independent initiative that supports and organizes actions and propositions that explore tactical approaches to the production, dissemination, research, and presentation of contemporary art practice in varied artistic and scholarly fields. It endeavors to provide a platform for intellectual exchange, sharing of information, critical dialogue, and creative and practical collaboration among the arts community. Founded in 2000, Green Papaya is the longest-running independently run, creative, multidisciplinary platform in the Philippines. Continue reading

La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City

La Mesa Eco Park ManilaA popular tourist spot right at the heart of East Fairview is the La Mesa Dam Eco Park, a 33-hectare ecological park that provides natural amenities where people can retreat to and recharge their batteries. La Mesa Eco Park is part of the 2,700 hectares of the La Mesa Watershed, a water reservoir more than 70 feet deep, and the principal source of Metro Manila’s drinking water. The park maintains the only salt-water pools in Metro Manila that are open for public use. For a small fee, visitors can enjoy clean and healthier (chlorine-free) water. Continue reading

Quezon Memorial Circle

Quezon Memorial CircleThe central park of Quezon City, the Quezon Memorial Circle is best known for being home to the shrine, museum, and the remains of former President Manuel L. Quezon and First Lady Aurora Quezon. The park used to be much larger. Back in 1949, President Quirino approved the master plan for the new capital city, reserving 425 hectares for a central park. But a series of Presidential Proclamations later, the park was reduced to the Quezon Memorial Circle, the portions occupied by the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife, and a small nearby forest. Continue reading

Quezon City, Manila

ManilaQuezon City is the former capital (1948–1976) and the most populous city in the Philippines. The city was named after Manuel L. Quezon, the former president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines who founded the city and developed it to replace Manila as the country’s capital. Having been the former capital, many government offices are located in the city, including the Batasang Pambansa Complex, the seat of the House of Representatives. The main campuses of two noteworthy universities, the Ateneo de Manila University and the country’s National University—the University of the Philippines Diliman—are located in the city. Continue reading

JAC Liner Ali Mall Bus Terminal

Alimall Bus Terminal ManilaThe JAC Liner Ali Mall bus terminal is located at the Araneta Center Terminal in Metro Manila. The terminal is open 24 hours daily and buses arrive and depart round the clock at this location. JAC Liner Bus destination at this terminal is to Lucena City in Quezon Province, and their bus makes stops in Alabang, Turbina, Santo Tomas, Alaminos, San Pablo, Tiaong (Villa Escudero), Candelaria, Sariaya, Arias, Lucena, SM Lucena, and Dalahican. The bus terminal is located in Cubao, Quezon City. Their telephone contact number is +63(2) 0922-8522904. Continue reading

JAC Liner Kamias Bus Terminal

JAC Liner Kamias Terminal Quezon CityThe JAC Liner Kamias bus terminal is located on EDSA in Metro Manila. The terminal is open 24 hours daily and buses arrive and depart round the clock at this location. Bus destinations at this terminal are Lucena City (Quezon Province), Mauban (Quezon Province), and Balibago (Santa Rosa, Laguna). The address of this bus terminal is 2 Mapagmahal Street, Barangay, Pinyahan, in Quezon City. Their telephone contact number is +63(2) 928-6140. Continue reading

Sogo Hotel Aurora Cubao Room Rates

Sogo Hotel Aurora Cubao ManilaThe Sogo Hotel Aurora Boulevard Cubao branch is located at 898 Aurora Blvd, Quezon City in Metro Manila. Their telephone contact number is 02 913-1488 and 02 913-421-2101.

Below are the weekday and weekend room rates for Sogo Hotel Aurora Cubao: Continue reading

Robinsons Nova Market Operating Hours

Robinsons Nova Market Mall ManilaThe Robinsons Nova Market mall’s regular hours of operation is daily from 10:00am in the morning until 9:00pm in the evening on Sundays through Thursdays. On Fridays and Saturdays the mall closes at 10:00pm.

The Robinsons Nova Market in Novaliches, Quezon City includes the Bargain Exchange, Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Movieworld. and Food Court. Other establishments at this shopping center include The Handyman, Continue reading