Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MANILA, Philippines - Jun 20, 2018 - KAMI.com.ph is a news website start-up in the Philippines that aims to deliver fresh local news.
This is the to Do list that one can do for an entertainment in PH with a BFF compiled by KAMI’s editorial team:
1. Visit a museum
The National Museum is situated close to Rizal Park, Intramuros, and the Manila City Hall. It is home to priceless art pieces from renowned classical Filipino artists like Juan Luna, Felix Resurreccion-Hidalgo, and it also features artifacts that can give one a refresher on Philippine history.
The National Museum
• Located at Padre Burgos Drive, Manila
• Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
• Entrance fee: Free
2. Go artsy!
98B Collaboratory is the place for everyone – an artist who’s in dire need of inspiration or just someone looking for a creative outlet. This independent artist-run project serves as a “community + network + kitchen + shop” where young artists can harness and showcase their talents.
The people behind 98B Collaboratory tirelessly work on bringing back Escolta’s former glory by holding bazaars and other activities. Some of their workshops and programs are free of charge while others have very small fees.
While there, one can also check out HUB: Make Lab, where one can go window shopping (or maybe even splurge a little bit) for a wide range of artisanal merchandise and food items.
98B Collaboratory and HUB: Make Lab
• Located at First United Building, 413 Escolta Street, Manila
• Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
3. Watch a Film
In the Cinematheque Manila , the theatre that was designed to bring “Filipino films to the Filipinos” by featuring classic and contemporary Filipino movies one will get an alternative to mainstream cinema.
On some dates, foreign films are also shown at this 101-seater state-of-the-art theatre.
The Cinematheque also houses the Museo ng Pelikulang Pilipino and the National Film Archives of the Philippines.
Cinematheque Center Manila
• 855 T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila
• Open from Tuesdays to Fridays, from 10:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.; and from Saturday to Sunday, from 1:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
• Ticket prices range from PHP 50.00 to PHP 100.00, depending on the films being shown.
Source: Kami News, Manila, Philippines Source :