Light Symphonies and ROX @ Boni High Street

There are two areas: the first area is near ROX side and it lights up at 7pm. While the second area , which is in the activity area around the spider rock, lights up 30 minutes after.
…Remember that the activity area near the spider rock lights up every 7.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm, 10.30pm, and 11.30pm.

10 Reasons why Star City is the place to be…

If you haven’t been to Star City for some time, this is a preview of what is in store for you in one of Manila’s matured Carnival.
…I do feel that you get your money’s worth for the ride-all-you-can because there are more attractions and horror rides for the family!
…Drive away to your heart’s content with the all-time favorite, the bumper cars even with numerous collisions and banging with your friends’ bumper cars , driving has never been this safe, hassle and scratch-free.

Snow World @ Star City

How much would you pay to see the World Ice Art Championships Ice Sculpture in Manila?
…I had my doubts about entering the Snow World but it was the real thing — real snow, real ice sculpture and real ice slide!
…(This was in the press release but I can’t seem to find their names in the World Ice Art Championships’ winners ) “The World Ice Art Championships is an ice sculpting contest in Fairbanks, Alaska put on by Ice Alaska every May.

Manila Ocean Park?

Since we are on the topic of M/V Doulos, and Manila Bay Cruise, I am super excited to see Manila Ocean Park. The Manila Ocean Park is the “Philippines’ first state-of-the-art Oceanarium, open water marine habitat, boutique mall, restaurant row and function facilities all located in one complex at the back of the Quirino Grandstand” (Official Website: Manila Ocean Park ).
I can’t wait to see if it lives up to its promise or would it be just another marketing hype.

MV Doulos is back!

It is now currently docked in Batangas and will go back to Manila on Nov 29th until Christmas (Dec. … During the visit to Batangas, the vessel is undergoing a routine period of maintenance that takes place annually. (see: Where’s The Water Gone? ) The best time to go is on the first day it is opened to the public.

Surprising your Kids Who Love Planes and Helicopters


I would bring home surprise pasalubongs (cupcakes…) , or treat him to surprise restaurants (Haagen Dazs, Kozui…) or (our favorite) bring him to surprise places he would enjoy (Global Fun Carnival, etc.).
…The ultimate surprise for any kid who loves Airplanes / Helicopters is to bring him in close encounter with the real thing! Of course, you need to set it up as a surprise and bring him to the Aerospace Museum of the Philippine Air Force in Villamor Air Base!

Global Fun Carnival formerly known as Eurostar Carnival is Back!!


After each surprise, we would sing “If you’re happy and you know it, you clap your hands (or stomp your feet)” and if he claps his hands we know that he was happy with our surprise.
I would like to share with you this Definitive Guide to the Global Fun Carnival so that you can plan and have an awesome time in this Carnival.
…Aidan had to hang on because this ride kinda jerking up and down that made me wonder if Aidan liked this on or can’t wait for the ride to be over.

SM Science and Discovery Center (Level 2)


Robot Inc No longer exclusive to the silverscreen or to our imaginations and sci-fi novels, robots are now within our everyday human reach, and the ones who have gone down in history are honored in the gallery’s Wall of Fame. … Life Clock A two-level futuristic structure, Life Clock features The Time Capsule – a computer console that lets you send e-mail messages to the future, making you receive mail in 2008 that you sent in 2007! … Spaceship Earth Literally treating the planet as an advanced organic ship in which we all have parts to play, Spaceship Earth gives us a tour around the current condition of the massive vehicle called Earth that we all operate in our own little way.

SM Science and Discovery Center (Level 1)


You don’t have to go Singapore to experience a similar Science Discovery Center where you can teach your kids how science and technology will affect our lives.
…Grossology Exhibit Besides entertaining features that reveal how burping happens (“Burp Man”) and how the kidneys work (“Urine: The Game”), Grossology also offers games involving educational Q-and-A’s about grossness and identifying different bodily odors. … Transportation Nation Have a tour inside the engines that will drive tomorrow’s vehicles and experience the operation of power and the complex technical processes that occur within the objects that have literally brought us to where we are today.