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The Mansion Introduces The New Tastes at The Pool Club

The Mansion The Pool Club

The Mansion Iloilo stands true to its name featuring an Ilonggo “gracious experience” at a landmark destination in the city. The set of new menu is part of a series of launching after the introduction of The Mansion’s new executive chef, Arnie Pineda, earlier this year.

The Pool Club menu is a collection of flavorful dishes from sandwiches to seafood entrees and the timeless taste of crispy pata. Highlighting a healthy lifestyle, The Mansion is proud to introduce its grilled panini made for vegetarians. Aside from The Pool Club menu, guests can also lavish their cravings at The Lobby Cafe and its sumptuous dishes. Check out the rest of the new tastes below.

The Mansion The Pool Club

Chilled Vietnamese Spring Roll

The Mansion The Pool Club

Beef Shawarma

The Mansion The Pool Club

Crispy Calamari

The Mansion The Pool Club

Fish and Chips

The Mansion The Pool Club

Greek Salad

The Mansion The Pool Club

Grilled Panini Sandwich

The Mansion The Pool Club

Club Sandwich

The Mansion The Pool Club

Sisig Kapampangan

The Mansion The Pool Club

Seafood Platter

The Mansion The Pool Club

Nasi Goreng

The Mansion The Pool Club

Crispy Pata

Truffle Chocolate Cake and Coconut Jelly

About The Mansion: The Mansion Iloilo is one of the most prominent landmarks in Iloilo City–one of the Philippines’ fast-emerging destinations for commerce and tourism. Featuring a unique blend of Chinese, Spanish, and Filipino heritage and architecture, this iconic hotel offers travelers a gracious experience in a landmark destination.

The Mansion offers guests a sentimental charm and a calm respite from the city’s rapidly developing business & entertainment districts. The hotel provides a total of 187 spacious rooms & suites located in its two wings, 5 restaurants, a banquet & events convention center, a full service salon, and an outdoor swimming pool — all within the 1.5-hectare property nestled at the heart of Iloilo City Proper.

The Mansion Iloilo is also just a short drive away from historical sites like the Jaro Metropolitan Cathedral, Molo Mansion, and Calle Real; Atria Park District, Megaworld’s Iloilo Business Park, SM City Iloilo, and the Smallville Complex. Also accessible are ferries to Guimaras, Palawan, Bacolod, CDO, and Cebu; and just 45 minutes away, the Iloilo International Airport offers domestic and direct international flights to Hong Kong and Singapore.

Contact them on the following details:

Web: https://themansion.ph
Address: 101 General Luna St., 5000 Iloilo City, Philippines
Phone Number/s: +63 (033) 335 1021 to 22; +63 (033) 335 1025; +63 (033) 335 1027; +63 (02) 584 4113
Email: reservations@themansion.ph

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Iloilo shines with Banaag Festival 2018’s amazing light show

Banaag Festival

Fresh from being hailed as the Philippines’ Best Municipal Festival at the recently held 2018 Pearl Awards, the highly anticipated 14th Banaag Festival in Anilao, Iloilo drew excited tourists from all over the country who came to witness the much talked about Festival of Lights and the spectacular culminating program that set the night ablaze with beautiful dancing flames last October 31.

Following the symbolic lighting of the torch, which was lead by Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque, this year’s Banaag Festival presented fierce and more enchanting cultural presentations of eight competing tribes vying for the coveted Banaag Festival Dance Drama Competition Championship.

Banaag Festival

Lighting of Torch with Senator Cynthia Villa and Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque

Banaag Festival is a cultural tradition in Anilao, Iloilo which was inspired by local sentinels during the Spanish era who guarded bamboo watchtowers and warned residents of incoming pirates by lighting the torch as a signal to flee. Thus, the torch became a precious symbol of unity for the Anilaonons, and this beautiful burning light has become the source of pride and inspiration for the people throughout the years.

In the recently concluded 19th Pearl Awards of the Association of Tourism Officers of the Phippines – Department of Tourism (ATOP-DOT) held in Cagayan De Oro earlier this month, Banaag Festival bagged the First Place as Best Tourism Festival (Festival Category, Municipal Level), earning for this Anilaonon tradition its much deserved title as the Philippines’ Best Municipal Festival.

Banaag Festival

A quick media press conference with Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque

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My 15 Summer Destination 2018

It is getting hotter each day. Beaches are calling my name from afar. The chills of rural areas are skipping through my bones. This summer, or even this year, even just for a dream, here are some places I want to spend a weekend. They might also be your dream summer destination.

Summer Destination 1: Perth Paradise Resort

-Sipalay, Negros Occidental

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Photo credits to tuklaserangmatipid.com

Perth Paradise is found in a far town of Negros Occidental – SipalayThe town is an attraction of beautiful beaches stretching from one to the other. Perth Paradise is named after the capital of Western Australia. The beauty of the resort is highlighted by a relaxing infinity pool overlooking to wondrous spots of islands on a sea which creates a scenic beauty I long to behold.

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Hey Sugar Waxing Salon – Post Travel Care for Facial Hair

Well, after having some relaxing moments from a foot spa, let me take you to a totally new experience (at least for me) on a waxing salon. Most of the time, after traveling or fulfilling some duties here and there, I notice the effect of energy-draining errands on my face. My eyes are drooping and my skin feels like I went to war (really!). Realizing this, I will look closer and will see those stubborn facial hairs on my face especially on the lip area.

So I think, at the end of some tiring day, I will get a professional service to deal with my facial hairs. Finally, for the first time, I tried “lip threading” from an established waxing salon in the country – Hey Sugar Waxing Salon. Want to see how it went?

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