With the foundation of the Legacy Leisure Residences’ first tower in place, the next phase for Tower 2 is underway. Soon, the world-class development along Ma-a road will present the rising of the first of four condominium towers.
Project Epanaw is an ambitious project initiated by the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) Chairperson Allen Arat Capuyan to help the Philippines’ 101 beautiful tribes gain more recognition, respect and support.
Recently launched in April 2020, Hijo Resources Corporation (HRC) revolutionizes agriculture by providing an e-commerce platform that aims to empower farming communities and bridge the gap between farmers and consumers, thereby eliminating the ‘middle men’.
The SueBucks Memento is a house filled with a delightful assortment of Hello Kitty toys in one room, and a Starbucks-filled variety in another room.
Malita Dives, the simple beach house beautifully structured on stilts beside a huge rock formation, did not disappoint. Although initially coined the famous Maldives in mind, the owners intended for it to become known for the sanctuary it is nestled within.
The Davao food scene is quite heavy nowadays with new outlets opening and familiar stalls reopening, proving that restaurateurs, chefs, and professionals are working overtime to entice the taste buds of discerning Dabawenyos and foodies.
Vietnam is the host country of the 38th ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) 2019. Held in Ha Long, this country is all ready to create a major and lasting impression on its 1500 delegates.
Fifteen photographers from Davao vied for a first of its kind competition launched by Aeon Luxe Properties Inc. called the #ExperienceAeonTowersDvo Photography Contest. These shutterbugs accepted the challenge of taking cityscape panoramic images of Davao from the 32nd floor of Aeon Towers, the first tallest building in Mindanao. The photo contest’s main goal is not only to get the tops shots literally, but to promote Davao’s development and progress in the economic and tourism phases through its ever changing landscapes.
Seda Abreeza celebrates its fifth anniversary celebration with Davao’s highly anticipated Kadayawan Festival this August.
When the Consul General of Indonesia in Davao City, Berlian Napitupulu, invited me to do a basic photography workshop for his office staff, I agreed right away. Indonesia has a soft spot in my heart for many reasons.