Mita, one of our FoodieViewsPH friends is staying at Saipan at the moment. She posted a photo of what seems like a flying or levitating car on our group Instagram page: FoodieViewsPH. For this What’s That? Where’s That? post by FoodieViewsPH, we are featuring Hard Rock Cafe Saipan. It is a rock ’n’ roll-themed chain with a high-energy vibe serving burgers and other American classics. Hard Rock Cafe Saipan is the area’s destination for great food, drinks, and entertainment since August 18, 1998 (est.)
Do you love K-pop? If yes, then you’ve probably heard about Korea’s favourite idol sandwich. If not, then I’m very happy to share with you all about the SBS Inkigayo Sandwich. SBS stands for Seoul Broadcasting System, a national South Korean television and radio network company while Inkigayo is the network’s music program. Since the sandwich is exclusively available inside the SBS Inkigayo’s Studio, it was known as the Inkigayo Sandwich.
Have you been to Himlayang Pilipino Memorial Park in Tandang Sora, Quezon City? Yes, it’s a cemetery. And don’t worry, this is not a horror story. I just noticed that more and more people are becoming interested in historical and heritage tours. This is actually great because it is important to know and embrace our history and culture.
Mita, one of our FoodieViewsPH friends went to Cambodia for a quick visit. Since it was her first time, she explored the country’s most spectacular temples! For this What’s That? Where’s That? post, we’ll show you a few photos Mita took during her trip. Are you ready to see the ancient but charming Cambodian sites? Here you go:
What’s That? Indian Food Festival. Where’s That? BGC, Taguig City. The Embassy of India in Manila is celebrating 70 years of India-Philippines friendship. As part of the celebration, the Embassy is hosting a “FESTIVAL OF INDIA” starting this month. One of the events is an Indian Food Festival, a collaboration with India Tourism Office, (Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India), Royal Indian Curry House, Filipino Indian Commerce and Welfare Society, Mercato Centrale, and Zomato Philippines.