Just last Tuesday, Winford Manila Resort and Casino invited me and my wife to an exclusive midweek staycation party together with select members of the media as well as influencers and tastemakers. We also had a quick walk around the establishment and were given a taste of Winford Manila’s delectable food and drink offerings.
Whether you want to experience the exciting nightlife, the fun Chatuchak market, or taking a quick roadtrip to nearby Pattaya, flying to Bangkok has never been easier and affordable! That’s because AirAsia is now flying direct from Manila to Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand! This further strengthens the airline’s commitment as a truly Asean carrier.
AirAsia flight Z2 287 with pilot-in-command AirAsia CEO Captain Dexter Comendador, left Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 at 6:35PM in the evening of April 22, 2018 and arrived at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand at 8:50PM (local time).
There seems to be no stopping AirAsia’s commitment to continuously add more routes as a truly Asean airline.
Earlier today, Philippines AirAsia just announced that they will start servicing flights from Manila to Bali and Jakarta in Indonesia and to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. That’s right! Three (3) new direct routes that I’m really looking forward to.
I was fortunate to be a part of the simple and very intimate event that Philippines AirAsia setup at Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen at Uptown Parade in BGC to announce their newest direct flights.
Guess what, guys. The “City of Love” has never been closer! That’s because AirAsia is now flying to Iloilo International Airport, the primary gateway to Western Visayas and Panay region. The airline voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for nine years running flew its maiden flight from Manila to Iloilo today with Dinagyang-themed festivities held at both Manila and Iloilo airports to welcome guests and passengers.
For the benefit of my foreign readers who aren’t aware, the Dinagyang festival is Iloilo’s most celebrated religious and cultural festival held every January.
I was fortunate enough to be a part of this inaugural flight which brings me back to Iloilo after 3 long years.
Get ready to fly to the land of magnificent historical sites such as Casa Real and Jaro Cathedral, as well as amazing dishes that will delight your palate and tummy like La Paz Batchoy — ILOILO!
If you’ve been meaning to visit Iloilo for the longest time or wanting to rediscover this beautiful destination, now is your chance to make this happen with the help of our awesome friends at AirAsia Philippines!
Get ready because I am happily giving away A PAIR OF AIRASIA ROUNDTRIP TICKETS (Manila – Iloilo – Manila) to one lucky winner!
(This contest is open to Philippine residents only, 18 years and above.)
The best treats are normally the ones you never really expect.
This is pretty much how I would put in a single sentence my short but sweet stay at Winford Hotel and Casino in Manila.
Little did I know that right smack in the middle of the bustling Manila scene, I would happen to chance upon a delightful escape that rivals the experience one gets from the usual, more established hotels in the metro.
I’m sure that some of you who probably live in and around Manila already know about Winford Hotel and Casino. It’s actually not hard to find since the place is strategically located just a stones throw away from commercial establishments and malls. But for someone like me who only passes through the busy city of Manila every so often, it was a truly pleasant surprise — even more pleasant when I experienced staying at Winford with my family for a couple of nights.
Summer is upon us! And what better way to enjoy the heat of the sun than by heading off to one of the best islands in the world — Boracay!
You’d be glad to know that our favorite (and world’s best) low cost airline — AirAsia — will allow guests traveling to Boracay this summer to enjoy more connectivity to the island with two new direct flights from Manila to Caticlan airport daily.