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February isn’t just a season of love but also a season to fall in love with the dazzling colors of fireworks brought by the Philippine International Pyromusical Competition. The most awaited Pyromusical Competition is now already on it’s 8th year and just this Feb 11 when PIPC officially began with an opening exhibition by the Platinum fireworks.

Actually I haven’t attended any show of PICC but of course it’s not yet late to catch the most celebrated pyrotechnic competition in the Philippines and among the World’s grandest, the Philippine International PyroMusical Competition. This Saturday, March 4, I am going to witness finally the lights and music show in which it’s time for Canada to spark featuring Garden City Display and Hands Fireworks with a special performance of Hale. Gates will be open at 4 PM and the show will start at 7:30 PM at Seaside Boulevard, SM Mall of Asia Pasay City so see you there! I’ll be around Patron area! Thanks to Jade for the blogger’s pass 🙂

You can catch the remaining contestants until March 14 and admission tickets for this dazzling pyromusical displays are as follows:

Patron with Dinner – Php1500

VIP – Php600

Gold – Php300

Silver – Php100

For more information and inquires you may contact these numbers:

0930-346-3079 (Smart)

0956-608-9463 (Globe)

537-8951 (PLDT)

or make a visit at www.platinumfireworksinc.com


Who would believe that this trip is free, yes this trip is free because of the prize I got from the Travel Expo last March 2015 in SMX Convention Center. My family are really planning to have a vacation then suddenly this plan came into reality after I attended the Travel Expo. I never had been to Visayas that’s why I don’t know much of the places and the people in there. As I’ve noticed during our stay in Bohol, people there were really friendly and kind. They really deserve their title to be the “City of Friendship”. There are a lot of churches and tourist destinations to be seen in Bohol plus sumptuous foods. I was truly amazed when I saw the Chocolate Hills even though it was a little bit damaged because of the earthquake but they are trying to recover. The really highlight of our tour was the Eat all you can in Loboc River Cruise. It was really affordable to try the Loboc River Cruise, with just the amount of Php400 you can eat whatever you want (seafoods) plus a serenade and different entertainments and experience the river cruise. It was really an amazing experience. 

Special Thanks to Villa Belza Resort for the accomodation.







The church is under renovation because of the earthquake last 2013.


According to the tour guide, you can form a picture of Padre Pio if you would look closely to to the wall.


buffet lunch at Floating Restaurant