Since the opening of the world-class Terminal 2 of Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) in June last year, GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation (GMCAC) has been doing phased renovation in Terminal 1. I flew through Terminal 1 last week and was able to see the progress as more areas have been boarded up for renovation.
Cover photo: Mactan-Cebu International Airport General Manager Steve Dicdican Authority, and GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation Chief Executive Adviser Andrew Harrison unveil the new arrivals pickup zone at Terminal 1
RedDoorz, a tech-enabled budget accommodations platform based in Singapore is ready to address the growing demand for quality-yet-affordable accommodations in Cebu, as tourism in the Queen City of the South is expected to continue booming this year.
Resorts World Manila (RWM), the Philippines’ first integrated entertainment and tourism destination is celebrating its 10th year by staying true to its trailblazing nature through continued growth and innovation, while maintaining its reputation for delivering world-class thrills with a Filipino touch.
AirAsia launched last week a relief fund to provide support for Palu, Indonesia which was struck by an earthquake and tsunami on September 28, 2018.
The #ToIDwithLove fund will be collecting donations from until October 31, 2018. All donations will be chanelled to Yayasan Arkom Indonesia to help rebuild homes and improve disaster resilience in affected areas.
A resort which is just 10 minutes away from where I live is moving closer to the completion of its major and hotel-wide renovation! BE Resort, Mactan finally reopens the doors of their all-day dining outlet, Salt Restaurant & Bar, and the steps to a new lounging experience in Mactan, The Deck.
Hello! My name is Sinjin Pineda and I am The Libotero.
This blog was established on June 2010. If it is your first time here, welcome! But if you’ve already been following me before, welcome back.
On this blog, I shared stories from my travels around the Philippines, both solo travels and travels with family. I started with the tagline, “Libutin natin ang sariling atin”, because it was the time when “piso fares” were really “piso”, and I believe that while it is very tempting to explore other countries, we should get to know our own first.