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Family Weekend Itinerary! Where to Go, Eat, and Shop on June 1-3
PHOTO BY Robinsons Malls and Cafe Im Here via Facebook
  • It's a payday weekend! Make the most out of it and enjoy quality bonding time with the family. Do something fun, eat good food, shop and unwind. Need ideas? Here are several things happening this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday you should check out: 

    What to do

    Visit the National Museum of Natural History

    It's finally open! Explore the halls of the National Museum of Natural History in Rizal Park, Manila with the kids this weekend.


    Marvel at the stunning architecture and learn about the rich and animal plant life in the Philippines with exhibits, interactive activities, life-size models, and more. Spot the skeleton of Lolong, once the world's largest crocodile! 

    Head to the Art Infusion Fair in Anya Resort

    If you're up for a little roadtrip with the family, head to Anya Resort in Tagaytay for their first ever Art Infusion Fair. It’s happening this Saturday, June 2, starting at 10 a.m. at Anya Resort Tagaytay, Buenavista Hills Road, Tagaytay City.

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    Aside from a bazaar of local brands offering clothes, home decor, food, and more, there's also going to be scheduled events the whole family can take part in. There are workshops about essential oils and a beer-crafting session for mom and dad. And, just for kids is a street dance workshop and pizza-making class. Capping of the day is an outdoor movie by the pool. Walk-in guests are welcome and registration is free! 

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    Where to eat

    Have family lunch at Another Story

    Special weekend family lunch? Sit down at a table at Another Story at Evia Lifestyle Center in Las Piñas City. The restaurant is cozy and inviting, the kids will adore the colorful chairs and dinnerware, and the food will satisfy hungry bellies.

    Try their Bolognese Spaghetti, Potato Soup, Ribeye Steak of Angus, and Grilled Salmon! 

    Spend a lazy afternoon at Café I’m Here


    For relaxing afternoons spent doing nothing, head to Cafe I'm Here at Timog Ave. corner Tomas Morato Ave., Quezon City. They offer an array of coffees, teas, light snacks, and meals.

    The highlight of the cafe though are their comfy hangout nooks complete with bean bags and pillows. Pick a spot with a window and have a backdrop of busy Quezon City while you chill with the kids. 

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    Where to shop

    Shop for school supplies

    Beat the rush. Shop for school essentials this weekend at Robinsons Malls' Back to School Sale from May 30 to June 3. Get up to 70% off on selected items. 

    Book tickets to your next trip

    Thinking of going on a family vacation? Here's your chance to book flights for cheap! Philippine Airlines is having an Independence Day Seat Sale from May 28 top June 3. Flyers can get up to 70% off on base fares to domestic and international destinations like Cebu, Puerto Princesa, Hong Kong, Japan and more.  

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    Where to unwind

    Stroll through the Evia Lifestyle Center mall

    If you're looking for a spot with a laid-back vibe in Metro Manila, take the family to Evia Lifestyle Center, a mall along Daang Hari Road in Las Piñas City. Aside from shops, it also houses a fully-enclosed, air-conditioned atrium — the perfect place for you when you want to stay indoors while being outdoors. It's a garden/park within the confines of the mall! 

    Have a picnic at a park

    The Washington Sycip Park at Legaspi St. in Makati is just the place for a picnic. The abundance of trees make for cool shade under the hot summer sun. You'll also find koi ponds, gazebos, a Japanese garden and art installations. Come on a Sunday and you'll find the Legazpi Market nearby. 

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