Travel Guide: Masamerey Beach in Sual, Pangasinan

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Pangasinan is most famous for the Hundred Islands National Park, the golden beach of Bolinao and more recently, the Cabongaoan Death Pool. This province up north is a popular choice for those who want to indulge in a quick weekend getaway or a short vacation, because of its proximity to Manila- just about five to six hours by bus.

If you aim to unravel the secret destinations of Pangasinan, it’s time you visit the coastal town of Sual, a first-class harbor municipality next to Alaminos.

Masamirey Cove Resort: A Sweet Escape to the Coastal Life

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Yearning to punctuate the summer with an idyllic retreat, I, together with my boyfriend, set out on a trip to a sleepy town up north during the Independence Day long weekend. It wasn’t an easy journey, considering that it was just a 5-6 hour commute from Manila, but the paradise that we found waiting for us at the farthest end of Pangasinan made it all worth it. 

A Hidden Gem In Tagaytay: El Cocinero In La Bella Residences


Just when I thought I’ve had enough of Tagaytay, I’ve stumbled upon this charming restaurant that effortlessly transported me to the best of Europe all at once—Greece, Spain, and Italy.

I’m talking about El Cocinero by Chef Arnaldo, a secluded Spanish restaurant veiled inside La Bella Residences, a real-estate development, which prides itself as a “health and wellness haven,” at Barangay Neogan in Tagaytay City.

I visited the restaurant last summer with my family and we were happily surprised to find this off-the-grid dining destination, away from the chaotic side of Tagaytay. We were so drawn not only with the Mediterranean vibes and feels of the place but also with the food, bursting with authentic Spanish flavors! It’s a fusion like no other—cozy atmosphere plus flavorful food equals a truly good time.

Discover An Isolated Paradise In Zambales: Hermana Menor And Hermana Mayor Islands


Since it’s the again the season of sea, sun, and sand, I’m sure most of you are looking for the perfect beach escapade—not too far from Manila, affordable and sulit, pristine waters perfect for swimming, white beach, instagrammable, not too crowded, and with a chill vibe. Am I right?! You’ve come to the right place as I’m about to share with you a wonderful discovery in Zambales that can easily rival some of the best beaches in the Philippines. And the best thing is, you don’t need to travel far for this!

We all know that most tourists coming to Zambales flock to Subic, Anawangin, Nagsasa, Capones, Magalawa, and Potipot. But did you know that aside from these popular islands, there is a lesser-known pair of paradise sitting pretty off the coast of Sta. Cruz, the northernmost town of Zambales?

Giveaway: Win 2 Lunch Buffet Vouchers at Heat, EDSA Shangri-La [CLOSED]

Giveaway: Win Lunch Buffet Vouchers at EDSA Shangri-La Heat

Delicious food, a wide array of selection, quality service, and an amazing ambiance—is it any wonder that Heat at EDSA Shangri-La is one of the most well-loved hotel buffets in Metro Manila?

That’s why I’m so delighted to offer the readers of Girl Chasing Sunshine the chance to have this splendid buffet dining experience for themselves. 

Home to the finest food in the city, Heat is an international buffet restaurant inside the famed EDSA Shangri-La Manila. The restaurant serves Asian and continental dish specialties in a resort-like setting.

Staycation At Makati Diamond Residences: Finding The Best Hotel Deals With Traveloka

Staycation at Makati Diamond Residences Booked Through the Traveloka App

When my parents visited the city for Christmas last year, I wanted to book a two-bedroom suite for our family at the Makati Diamond Residences, a full-serviced residence at the heart of the Makati Central Business District, appointed with 433 spacious and modern guestrooms.

Unfortunately, when I decided to book a suite, there was no availability on Christmas Eve anymore. We can stay after Christmas but the prices were outrageously high, even for a luxurious hotel, since it was holiday season!

I decided to pass up on this hotel then but fast forward to February of this year, not only was I able to book a room but I got a great deal too, saving more than Php3,500! No, I was not sponsored or given a media discount by the property but a fellow blogger introduced me to the Traveloka mobile app!

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