Saturday, September 16, 2017

Villa Excellance Resort at Tanza Cavite

We are a family who bonds mostly through eating and swimming.  If there’s an occasion, we either eat out or go on a swimming escapade or both.  Father’s Day this year was no exception.  So even though it was already the rainy season, we decided to go swimming to celebrate Father’s Day.  We initially planned to go to Pansol, a famous place in Laguna for hotspring resorts.  But due to some minor issues, we decided to just celebrate at a resort in Cavite.   We found ourselves at Villa Excellance Resort at Tanza.

Villa Excellance Resort is a big resort with several swimming pools and a beach area.  It has a lot of day tour cottages that can cater several guests.  Overnight accommodations are also available for night swimmers.   Prices vary depending on the size of cottage you will rent.

The wave pool is the highlight of Villa Excellance swimming area.  During our stay, the wave pool generates waves more than 3 times and as long as almost 30 minutes per wave batch.  The wave pool is enjoyable but there are areas in the flooring that is quite rough. 

There’s also a small kids’ water-park at the swimming area.  Neo had so much fun in this area.  I think we all had. J

There’s also a small Jacuzzi-like area, a small lazy-river, and a small pool that is 5 feet deep.

Entrance to the beach area is Php75 per person, while entrance to swimming pool area with access to the beach area is Php250.  

There is nothing to rave about the beach area.  Tanza beach is along the same shoreline as Manila Bay.  The sand is black, the water isn’t clear, and the beach area is not so clean.  So I suggest you pay for the swimming pool area with access to the beach. 

There are cooking and grilling areas (because grilled foods are the best during swimming outing).  The comfort rooms and shower areas are clean too.

Our experience at Villa Excellance is a nice one.  The swimming pools are all nice and clean.  The entrance fee is not too high.  Cottage fees are not too pricey as well. What makes this swimming outing nicer is that we went there during the start of the rainy season; therefore, the place was not too crowded.  So for your next outing, you may want to try Villa Excellance if you want to stay close to the metro.

PS:  This is not a sponsored post.  All opinions are mine.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Press Release: World Travel Expo 2017, Year 2

With the theme “Ride to the Dawn of Travel Revolution…Your Next Level of Destination”, World Travel Expo Year 2 aims to be the marketing platform for the travel industry.  World Travel Expo will serve as a channel between the international and national tour operators, airline companies, and travel authorities.

World Travel Expo Year 2 will showcase at least 245 booths of Inbound and Outbound Travel Operators, Travel Agencies, Cruise Lines, Hotels, Resorts, Serviced Apartments Accommodations, Themed Tours, Business Travel, Travel Gears and Accessories, and a lot more.

The 3-day expo, that will happen on October 8, 9, and 10 at SMX Convention Center Pasay City, will consists of workshops and activities related to travel and tourism which can provide useful and helpful information for both exhibitors and visitors.  Travelers, Entrepreneurs, and Individuals are encouraged to participate to score exclusive travel discounts and deals during the 3-day event. 

This event will bring together destinations, tourist attractions as well as organizations and business trade relations in the field of hotels, airlines, cruise, and other means of travel around the world.  It commits to provide effective platform that will help the Philippines for the global tourism and its development thru a one-stop solution by promoting sales and brand awareness.  

Entrance fee to World Travel Expo Year 2 is Php50 for walk –in and Php30 for online registration.  Register on the link here:

Monday, September 11, 2017

Press Release: The Future City, An Interactive Digital Park

Last Saturday and Sunday, The Future Park together with Nestle Nankid Optipro Four launched Future City: An Interactive Digital Park.  All kids, and kids at heart, had an extraordinary learning experience at the Future City.  Future City was designed to help reshape our kids’ future today through one-of-a-kind interactive activities that will put kids (and parents too) mind and eyes in awe.

Future City is a pioneering digital park that aims to educate and empower children and their parents about how their decisions today can affect the future.  Future City used technologies from all around the globe.  The park contains six (6) unique and engaging stations that will give guests the chance to participate in activities that will help nurture the minds.

The first activity is the Future Dome.  It gives the guests a glimpse of the several technological advances that will soon define the future cities – interactive cityscapes, solar powered walls, autonomous vehicles, and towering skyscrapers.

Sketch Village is the second station.  Here, guests will choose and color different patterns and watch them in a digital screen after scanned.

Stomp-the-Scrap Floor and Block-the-Junk Wall are the third and fourth stations.  Here, guests will have to chance to learn to differentiate healthy versus unhealthy food choices.

The fifth station is the Health Screener.  This helps parents assess the possibilities of children inheriting traits and diseases.  Family history plays an important part in determining conditions and diseases that can be inherited.

Future City ends at the Nankid area.  Nestle Nankid Optipro Four is a milk designed specifically for your child’s growth and development. 

The interactive nature of Future City is focused to the entire exhibit’s message, not just in terms of technology and infrastructures, but for far more essential choices for your children’s health and development.  Never settle for anything less especially when it comes to your child.  Give your child optimum nutrition and reshape their future today.

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