You can play sipa and tumbang preso with this student-made 2D game

“One Last Game” by Ateneo de Naga University’s Paulo Arnante follows a protagonist who plays one last game with his friends and neighbors before moving to the city

Makati’s Silverlens Gallery has a new space—in New York City

Silverlens Gallery’s latest address is a step forward for diversity and representation in the art community—especially for Southeast Asian and Asian Diasporic voices

Are there ghosts in Intramuros? Find out for yourself at this night walking tour

Intramuros After Dark: Night Walking Tours is back! See the walled city in a new light—or in darkness—while taking a stroll around its structures

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Did you know you can hold events at Intramuros sites for free? But only if…

Sites like Puerta Real Gardens, Baluarte de San Diego, Plaza Roma, and ASEAN Gardens can be the location of your next event, exhibit, or activity

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By the numbers: What’s inside Makati’s newest performing arts venue

The theater officially opens on July 14

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Local heritage tourism is back in full swing with these Manila walking tours

These walking tours let you see—and sometimes taste—Manila’s incredible history and culture. All while getting some exercise in

Throwing a party? Consider these historical landmarks as a venue

Celebrating private occasions in historical landmarks has been a trend lately. Here’s where you can go if you want to participate

Take a historical and gastronomical tour of Binondo this month

Old Manila Walk’s food-filled tour of the world’s oldest Chinatown is back this July

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What’s the difference: NGO, non-profit, volunteer group

No, an NGO is not about forming a new government

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You can open up your dream cafe or small business in Intramuros

If you’ve always dreamed of opening your own business, you’ll want to consider setting up shop in one of the oldest districts in the country