hinulugang taktak at Antipolo

Hinulugang Taktak Falls, Pool & Park Reviewed

After a quick visit to Jardin de Marimar, our next stop was to one of Antipolo’s top tourist destinations, the famous Hinulugang Taktak Waterfalls. Located in Brgy. Dela Paz Antipolo City lies the 12-meter-high waterfall of Hinulugang Taktak which gain its fame through the song “Tayo Na Sa Antipolo”.  When we finally arrived, we are welcome by the friendly smiles of the staff. Friendly? Hmm, maybe just eager to take money from a foreigner for an overpriced entrance fee. And, to make it worse, they weren’t shy to announce it…

SM BY THE BAY

MOA Amusement Park SM By The Bay Review

MOA Amusement Park, SM By The Bay – First of all, a day is never enough for this place. Add to this, the endless choices of dining, recreation, and entertainment outside the humongous mall. The best place to watch the sunset and cap the day of shopping. Ever since I can remember, SM has been the go-to mall for everyone. And this has not changed. SM Mall of Asia in Pasay being the 3rd biggest of all the SM Supermalls. But the humongous size of this mall isn’t the only thing that makes this mall unique.

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Tamagoya Noodle House | Tamagoya Ramen To Die For

The people of Antipolo and the many others that seem to migrate there certainly know the Tamagoya Noodle House. It needs no introduction, fan fares or grand trumpet entrances, it just does what it does and that seems to work. Now, it may be small and unassuming, the kind of place you could easily walk past without a second glance in Makati, but this little restaurant definitely opens the doors to Antipolo’s world of food.

The Tamagoya Noodle House may be small, hidden and seemingly forgotten about, but it holds a secret that keeps people coming back. That secret is it’s Japanese cuisine and Tamagoya Ramen. Is it as good as the locals say? Does it match up to Metro Food? Lets find out…

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Ban Be Ca Phe Restaurant Antipolo Review

Only having opened in early 2017, the Ban Be Ca Phe Restaurant is one of the latest to join the vastly underrated Antipolo dining scene.

The Ban Be Ca Phe Restaurant is Vietnamese-Filipino dining so if you are looking for something a little different then this could be the answer. Located in a cozy but charming nook just a stones throw from Robinson’s, making it the perfect spot for both lunch or dinner.

The cafe can be divided into three key areas… The veranda, an inside dinning area and a traditional Vietnamese sitting area. The interior design is quaint and creative.. At first I wasn’t sure about the design but after a while I started to appreciate it.

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Demars Restaurant Antipolo | Romantic Vibe With A View

Romantic overlooking views of Metro manila are not all this restaurant has to offer. The restaurant is on two decks of the three-storey building. Both decks have great views over Metro Manila. Standing outside Demars and viewing it from the street, the restaurant looks simple, humble yet stylish. But looks can be deceiving…  When it comes to food, word of mouth advertising and social media play a large part in making or breaking a restaurant. Many good things have been said about Demars Restaurant Antipolo.. Lets see why…

Aliw Falls Laguna

Aliw Falls Laguna | Amazing Must-See Waterfalls Near Manila

Aliw Falls Laguna is another amazing waterfall we recently visited. Is it worth visiting? Read our review, see the video and get all the tips. Feel free to leave a comment and help us rate these Falls. For quite a while now, Laguna’s main claim to fame was Pagsanjan Falls (now called Cavinti Falls) and for the adrenaline-junkies, the shooting-the-rapids boat ride. But, in the last few years it seems more and more unknown waterfalls are being “discovered”.

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Mendokoro Ramenba Restaurant Review | Top Ramen Restaurant In Makati

Mendokoro Ramenba Restaurant is one of those places we both resisted visiting only because of the Makati traffic. Now we have been we wished we had came here sooner. If you like ramen, you will love this… See why…

It is a small ramen restaurant (if you can call it that) in Makati. When I say small I mean it can only accommodate about 20 customers at a time. Now, we all know “size doesn’t matter” and you should “never judge a book by it’s cover” and this is true for Mendokoro as well. Be warned, this place is very popular so expect it to be packed during lunch and dinner.