Attention, cat lovers! This cat cafe in Quezon City, Philippines is the one for you!
Miao Cat Cafe is strategically located near Congressional Avenue corner Mindanao Avenue in Quezon City. Customers are entertained every two hours to avoid overcrowding the place and not to disturb the cats.
Entrance fee is Php300 and is consumable. You have a vast selection of drinks and snacks. During our visit, we ordered Caramel Latte, Cookies and Chocolate Latte, and Nachos.
Covers are provided for your food since cats will surely grab them. 🙂
You can freely take pictures and play with the cats.
This is Kahel. Kahel is the Tagalog word for the color orange.
This is Latte. Very cute!
The interior design of the cafe gives a really homey ambiance. Perfect for keeping the cats in the mood for sleeping.
They also have cat-themed merchandise for sale.
So, are you ready to visit Miao Cat Cafe and have the furriest day ever?
Metro Manila traffic can be worse during Fridays. Some of us prefer to let the traffic subside before heading home by eating dinner outside and/or having a few drinks with friends.
Located at the heart of Ortigas Business District, I highly recommend Borough as the place to celebrate TGIF because it has a lot of food to offer, NYC-ish comfort food to be specific. The music and ambiance of the place is nice, too. I really love their homey interior.
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Bitten by travel bug and looking for some travel inspiration? These 15 Instagram feeds by Filipino travelers are worth clicking the follow button.
1. Sherlyn of @wheressherlyn
Of course, this list will not be complete without a shameless self-plug. 😉 Sherlyn is a Master in International Studies degree holder and a government employee who has already visited most of Southeast Asia and several provinces in the Philippines. Her account is filled with colorful photos from her travels.
2. Reynan of @iamsupernhan
Reynan’s inspiring Instagram feed is full of shades of blue and green (very earthy!) since most of them are shots of waterfalls and seas.
3. April Gayle of @papoparazzi
Aside from #travelislife, April also believes that #foodislife.
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For lovers of anything Alice in Wonderland, this hidden gem in Ortigas Center is the best place for you! 🙂
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Baguio City in the Cordillera region in the northern Philippines is dubbed as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” that is why people flock here throughout the year especially during summer to escape the heat in their places of origin. Aside from the cold weather, amazing views, and good food, Baguio City also presents a unique cultural heritage that is distinct from the rest of the country. We are very lucky that several museums are built around the city to showcase the art, history, and culture of the region. Below are five of the several museums that are really worth the visit:
- BenCab Museum
BenCab, or Benjamin Cabrera, is a National Artist for Visual Arts, is the owner of this majestic museum. It houses several of his contemporary art collections and own works. You will also see many bul-ul (a carved wooden figure used to guard the rice crops by the Ifugaos) installations here. “Sabel” a common theme in BanCab’s works, is actually inspired by a real-life scavenger. A coffee shop is located at the ground floor of the museum which he also named “Sabel”. An eco-trail outside Sabel Café where traditional Cordillera houses can be seen can also be explored for a separate fee, just ask the café staff to avail. Nature and art combined indeed. Entrance fee is Php100 (Php80 for students and senior citizens).
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Rejoice, dimsum lovers! Contemporary Chinese restaurant Lugang Café’s Feast All You Can is baaack!
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Bicol Region, Philippines (composed of 6 provinces – Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay, Sorsogon, Masbate, and Catanduanes) is one local destination I will always keep on coming back – the food is great, the views are spectacular, the people are naturally kind, and there will always be new places to see. Below are 9 things that made my recent trip to Bicol Region an unforgettable one:
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