Pabrika Beach on the far western part of Macaboboni, Agno, Pangasinan; untouched by major tourism. The beach is home to a small fishing village and still retains a magical aura of peace, beauty, and tranquility.
There is a new miaow source in town and you better get your paws on it quickly if you want your life to take a purrrr-fect turn!
The museum is not your ordinary museum that houses all its arts in one building. Rather, it consists of more than five buildings that give home to different arts and crafts from our Filipino artists- from modern and contemporary arts to indigenous ones.
Make your day a glitter-filled Bag of Rainbows and Unicorn farts !! Every cafe I have visited has its own distinct ambiance and just recently, I came to visit a Unicorn themed cafe located at Malolos, Bulacan that is a first in the Philippines!
It is not often, anywhere in the world, that you come across a destination where it is possible to immerse yourself in theme park fun and important historical buildings all in one great day - but you can in Negros Occidental!
It is one of the few places in the country where you can visit to escape the summer heat and enjoy a chilly weather. Aside from its cold weather, this place also offers a magnificent view of cordillera administrative region mountain ranges and breathtaking destinations -- from its rich heritage to its indigenous culture.
Going into Garin Farm is a whole experience in itself. If your a city dweller you will be bowled over by the warm greeting from assorted farmyard animals like ducks, chickens, pigs and cows to name but a few; you are also assaulted by their requisite odours, but then thats no worse than a lot of city places lol :D.
The Kayak Inn is the starting point for some up-beat activities that include river kayaking, rafting, mountain biking and hiking up waterfalls. For the less energetically inclined, you will be delighted to know that there are also some relaxed activities including soaking in the Kawa hot baths, full body massages or shooting the breeze with the locals.