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Christmas decors, vendors in Santa hats, and cheap gift items—you can’t deny it’s already Christmas in this bargain shopping haven.
Uniqlo Philippines opens more stores, offers new collection for Holiday 2014.
Flowing champagne, canapes, and all-night shopping by 1,000 people marked the Sweden-based brand’s debut in the country.
The long wait is over for fashionistas who put premium in affordable outfits and accessories.
Enjoy a two-hour wine buffet for free along with your juicy and tender US prime beef rib.
Besides being a sanity saver, here are seven reasons why the new app promises to bring in lots of peace, joy, and holiday cheer.
It’s the card that could be your new BFF.
Inspiring untold stories of Negros merchants will shine through at the 29th Negros Trade Fair, set on September 24 to 28 at the Glorietta Activity Center.
In this baking showdown, students and professionals show there’s more to mooncakes than just salted duck yolk and lotus cream paste. You can make an adobo version, too.
Have a taste of the many flavors of India and grab some charming items as well in this one-stop Greenhills dining and shopping destination.
New mobile app allows Metro Manila diners to reserve tables 24/7.
The beauty of the Philippines shined brightly in over 400 photographs submitted to this photo contest.
Give in to your sweet cravings at this heavenly bazaar featuring artisanal and branded chocolate products.
No shockers in this toy expo, only the most adorable toys your kids and you will love to get for the coming Christmas season.
Look what we found at this year’s artisanal fair at Rockwell tent area, August 29 to 31.