Golfhill Gardens: An Exceptional Residential Haven in Quezon City

Nadj Villaver | PropertyFindsAsia There’s nothing more rewarding than coming home to a peaceful place after a frenetic day at work or in school. Finally, you can enjoy the peace and quiet you’ve been looking for right in the heart of Quezon City. Nestled in Capitol Hills, Golfhill Gardens lets you go back to simple, satisfying pleasures in life like ...

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Anchorland Holdings Inc. – Clairemont Hills

One would consider living in a serene environment where you can freely breathe from the noxious lifestyle of the urban city. Nestled at the heart of San Juan, Clairemont Hills is an exclusive residential enclave that gives a taste of nature’s homey advantage, while enjoying the convenience of modern city vibe. Known for its quiet neighborhood and proximity to shopping establishments, restaurants, ...

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Alta Montebello: The country lifestyle everyone’s dreaming of

Nadj Villaver│ PropertyFindsAsia.com There’s no better feeling than going home to your own place distant from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Just 60 to 90-minute drive south of Manila, one’s dream home is made possible with the newest project among Don Tim’s communities – Alta Montebello. Literally meaning “beautiful mountain,” Montebello boasts its breathtaking view of Mt. ...

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Noble Place A treasure trove at the heart of Binondo

Noble Place, Megaworld, Binondo Condominiums, Manila Condominiums

Noble Place is set to become a prominent residential tower that will redefine  the living experience inside the prime area of Binondo, Manila. Its striking architectural design of all-glass tower creates this unique distinction that exudes “all luxury” living within the Chinatown district. This design provides the natural light flow inside the unit while having the grand view of Metro Manila. The grand ...

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Fifteen Cool Tips for Living in Small Spaces

By Joanna Goddard | via CupOfJo | Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves and Gardenista and her husband live together in seriously small quarters—a 240-square-foot studio, to be exact. She agreed to share her surprising tips about how to make it work (and not drive each other crazy)… 1. Maximize your windows. Drape your windows in a way that allows ...

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7 of the Most Beautifully Designed Restaurants in the World

by Charmaine Mok | While we’ll never be said to favour style over substance, there is always a place in our eyes for a beautiful restaurant – a place to see and be seen in. So we’re excited that this year’s Restaurant and Bar Design Awards shortlist has just been announced, and as usual it has served up an impressive collection ...

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Who Sleeps with their Phone in Their Hand? Americans are Guilty!

by Homerun Nievera, SouthofMetro.com | A recent report on an African teenager who died apparently due to eletrocution from a phone charger sparked global interest on the nasty habit of sleeping your phone in your hand. Well, I don’t. Yeah, really. I sleep while my phones are being charged — away from me. Well, let’s put it at not more ...

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When Super Dads Hang Their Capes

by Lizette Barretto-Gueco, via FoodfindsAsia.com| What makes a Father, his children’s ultimate superhero?  Father, Papa, Dad or Daddy, these are just titles for someone who has children.  Any man can father a child and be called Daddy but it’s a diiferent brand of Daddy that can be called a Superdad with matching superpowers. It’s not in the way he talks ...

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Fun in the Sun at the ‘Tuen Ng’ Dragonboat Festival in Hong Kong

by Homerun Nievera, SouthofMetro.com | What good timing! A day before our flight back to Manila, we were able to catch the annual Dragonboat Race at the Tai Pak Beach, at the exclusive Hong Kong enclave of Discovery Bay. Discovery Bay residents, corporate professionals and race clubs formed 48 teams to compete in various races — about 8 races with 6 ...

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A Peak at Lizette Gueco’s Unique Hobby of Collecting Tea Cups

by Lizette Barretto-Gueco, via FoodfindsAsia.com | Since I was a young child, I have been a collector of one thing or another.  I guess, “hoarder,” in a milder sense of the word is apt to describe me. (Maybe collectors are really just glorified hoarders.) From Barbie dolls to buttons to coins and stamps and anything with a sunflower on it, ...

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