Top 5 Leisure, Amusement and Theme Parks in the Philippines Enchanted Kingdom Manila Ocean Park Ocean Adventure Zoobic Safari The Mind Museum May 2013 – When spending time in the Philippines, local and foreign tourist never run out of travel ideas and leisure activities and adventures. In fact, I haven’t Read more…
A visit to The Mind Museum in BGC Taguig Summer of April 2013 A Part 1 Photowalk at The Mind Museum (TMM) A day to spend with new found friends and to feed a child’s curious mind. Although deiville.com has featured The Mind Museum (TMM) several times including exhibit testing Read more…
The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013
A Science Exploration For Young Minds
Mind and Body
Museums in Metro Manila
Deiville.com had a first-hand feel of Philippines’ first worlds class museum – The Mind Museum during its exhibit testing made for selected people. At that time it was held at the NBC Tent (also in BGC) while the museum is largely under-construction. It was an amazing experience where we, the model testers went goofing around the interactive prototypes and turning nerds from the information gasped from one post to another. Mind Museum makes Science more fun, thrilling, interesting and alive with its high-tech approach and attractive visuals. We were caught lying on the floor watching the Milky Way, having a wild science adventure with Bernoulli’s Principle, the solar bugs, forming tornadoes and a lot more!
Bloggers and parents alike entertain ourselves like we were kids before, the displays were like toys for us grown ups, much more to the children. 🙂
Give your kids a full treat (and jolt!) by enrolling them to the Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013, choose from three (3) different summer 2013 programs: CSI 101, Survival Science and Junior Mind Movers Program.
More details about The Mind Museum 2013 Summer Programs
It’s More Fun In The Philippines
20 Basic Travel Essentials in the Philippines
Traveling around island Philippines basically ask for travel essentials that conforms to the tropical weather the country has. Destinations and itineraries may vary but basic travel essentials for a tropical country should always be packed with comfort journey, thrill of adventure and the right attitude.
New Capitol Estates I in Quezon City Sidewalk Vendors Allowed by City government Consumerism Since the construction of the expanded foot bridge in front of McDonald’s Commonwealth, the supposed annual “baratillo” vendors were transferred a few meters from its original location. The whole 4th quarter of 2012, the sidewalks and Read more…
What to see in Cartimar
Cartimar Pet Shop
Flora and Fauna Section
This is the second part of Cartimar pet shop and shopping mall that we previously featured. On weekend, though not routine basis, we spent Cartimar shop/canvass mainly because we breed personata african lovebirds (ALBs) as a hobby and frequently buys dog accessories and supplies.
Cartimar pet shop is divided into multiple sections, the center part of which are the canine, birds, cats, rabbit, and other animals for sale and its wide range of supplies from feeds, treats, accessories and cages. Exotic animals like martinez (PhP350 each), african gray (PhP35,000) are one of the best finds you can have during a lucky day at Cartimar.
Stamp Archives and Updates About Philately Postal Museum and Philatelic Library Footages from Postal Heritage Walking Tour August 2012 This is a not sponsored post. All opinions are mine. Museums are often times regarded as well-guarded and safe-keepers of valuable entities, but Postal Museum and Philatelic Library sounds nostalgic, interesting Read more…
Soon to rise a 6-Star Hotel from the Philippines’ Heritage Buildings Manila Central Post Office (PHLPost) Footages from Postal Heritage Walking Tour August 2012 NOTE: UPDATED Postal Walking Tour as of February 2020 is featured at Postal Heritage Talks and Tour by the Royal Postal Heritage Guided Tour The Manila Read more…
Manila Metropolitan Theater’s Art Dec and Cultural Heritage Preservation: A Call to Action Back in 2000 I remember helping out my sister with her “national heritage” preservation pre-thesis survey done in University of Santo Tomas’ College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CFAD) and College of Architecture. One of which includes Read more…
Manila Central Post Office, August 19, 2012. Feel the vibe of old Manila through Postal Heritage Walking Tour organized by Filipinas Stamp Collectors’ Club, front headed by Mr. Lawrence Chan, a vocal Filipino heritage advocate, philatelist and flower hobbyist. Chan’s extensive rundown of cultural traditions, historical buildings and places, icons and unspoiled history of Manila made a name for himself and the rest of his Postal Heritage Walking Tour – something that you have to explore and later on pass to your great grandchildren.