Category Archives: Travel and Lifestyle

5 Things you didn’t know about the Panagbenga

Known as the “Baguio Flower Festival”, the Panagbenga is a month-long annual celebration that is one of the biggest and most- visited festivals in the country. Among the various activities…

Indie Music that Heals

According to a study by Professor Graham Welch of the University of London, singing is beneficial for both physical and psychological aspects. It particularly increases oxygen levels in the blood…

THE ART OF RECREATING

Romantic movies are not the only ones making waves this February; because it is the Month for the Arts, various Filipino and international artists also created a buzz when they…

WHAT’S HAUTE? Best Indoor Plants

Seven million. That’s how many people die every year due to air pollution. What’s more, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), the most vulnerable to this environmental problem are…

Facing the Giants

Walking the same streets where some of our nation’s artistic giants left their footprints on is definitely an enriching experience. Angono, a first class municipality in the province of Rizal,…

Panahon TV Spotlight: Eunice Juntayas

Clouds are beautiful to behold, exuding an aura of peace and comfort. How often have we lied down on our backs to watch the sky to form whimsical shapes from…

Top3 Go-to Places this Rainy Season

Contrary to popular belief, the rains don’t have to ruin your travel plans. Though destinations may be limited by inclement weather, you can still enjoy these three activities that will…

Mere Miles and Smiles Away: Calaguas Island

  As an intern from PanahonTV, I never thought I would get to go on an awesome out-of-town trip. Thankfully, I found out the show tackled, not just all things…

Traveler’s Guide: Things to Include in Your Travel Kit this Tag-init

    Though summer vacations are all about having fun under the sun, travelers must take caution to avoid accidents and sicknesses. The best way to be prepared for small…

Philippine Weather Forecast: Good weather for outdoor activities

    The Easterlies still dominate the eastern section of Central and Southern Luzon, as well as Visayas and Mindanao, while the Ridge of High Pressure Area continues to extend…