March 22, 2018

6 Activities in Subic You Can Do at Night to Spice up Your Trip

Discover the hot nightlife in Subic with these bars, beaches, and bargains!

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Subic beach nightlife


Some decades ago, Subic rose to fame for its girly bars and hostess bars, which became popular when the US Naval Base there was still operational. The business boomed, and as such, Subic’s local nightlife scene became infamous and tainted with this image. Decades later, Subic has departed from this perception, and has since then been famous for its family-friendly dinner spots and wholesome yet still exciting nooks for night outs. Now, you can go to Subic and do all sorts of things at night with friends, family, or your special someone, and here are just a few of them.


1. Dine out with family and friends.




Subic beach nightlife

Subic has lots of dining options perfect for night out with family and friends.



Having a sumptuous dinner with friends and family is always on top of anyone’s list for a perfect night out, and Subic has a great selection of restaurants to deliver just that. When it comes to food, size does matter in Subic, all to the delight of those with a huge appetite.

Popular for its big pizza and burger, Xtremely Xpresso’s food is always good for sharing within large groups. If you’re craving for a hearty meal paired with your favorite sides, you can choose between Texas Joe’s House of Ribs or Meat Plus Café. Have your fill with a plate of large servings of ribs or steaks.

Just outside Subic Freeport Zone, in Barrio Barretto, sits The Coffee Shop, which is famous for its jumbo tacos. It comes in a crispy taco shell or a soft burrito wrap, served with a hefty fill of ground beef and vegetables.




2. Walk by the beach.




Subic beach nightlife

At Camayan Beach, you can walk by the beach with this amazing view of sunset.



If you just want to be away from the crowd for a while to listen to the soothing sound of the waves, smell the sea breeze, and feel the sand between your toes, a walk by Subic’s beaches will suit you perfectly. Subic has a number of public and private beach resorts within and just outside Subic Freeport Zone. Some of the famous ones are Camayan Beach Resort, White Rock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, Halfmoon Bay Beach, and Driftwood Beach. Subic has an amazing view of the sunset so it is recommended to come just before then and watch in awe as the sun goes down the horizon.




3. Experience lifestyle malling in Harbor Point.




Subic beach nightlife

Harbor Point showcases an amazing view at night with its Ayala Mall signature brand.

Image: Ayala Malls official website


With shopping, dining, and entertainment all in one roof, Harbor Point offers a complete lifestyle malling experience for both locals and tourists. It is located along Rizal Highway within the Subic Freeport Zone. Owned and developed by Ayala Corporation, Harbor Point is the first Ayala mall in Subic, second in Central Luzon, and fourth outside Metro Manila.

The mall has a number of retail outlets by local and international brands, as well as a cinema that features all the latest must-watch movies. The mall closes at 9:00 PM, but there are restaurants and coffee shops that extend operations up to 12 midnight.


4. Enjoy night swimming in Subic resorts.




Subic beach nightlife

The nice view of Subic Waterfront Resort for a night swimming.

Image: Subic Waterfront Hotel Website


During summer nights, when the weather gets hot and humid, it is always nice to go for a quick dip in the pool. Subic has several resorts with swimming pools for your family or barkada getaway. Some of the popular ones are Subic Waterfront Resort, Subic Bay Yacht Club, Club Morocco Resort, Leganda Suites, Whiterock Waterpark, The Lighthouse Marina Resort, and Vista Marina Resort. The swimming pools in these resorts also make for an amazing background, perfect for a memorable selfie or a group shot.


5. Have a thrilling adventure at Zoobic Night Safari.




Subic beach nightlife

Zoobic Night Safari showcases various performances like fire dancing as well as animal shows.

Image: Zoobic Safari Facebook page


Here is a wholesome and family-oriented nighttime activity in Subic: Zoobic Night Safari. This is an awesome adventure packed with thrill and excitement where you can explore the park and see the different kinds of animals in the sanctuary. You can experience Zoobic Safari’s classic attractions like Serpentarium, Tiger Safari, Croco Loco, Lion Safari, Zoobic Cave, and Forbidden Cave even at night. You can also catch the night show with various performances and features of animals, their trainers, and Aeta natives of Zambales. Entrance fees vary and can also include a dinner meal at your discretion.




6. Bar hop in Waterfront Road or Magsaysay Avenue




Subic beach nightlife

Locals and tourists enjoy a few drinks and food here at Liberty Sports Bar.

Image: Liberty Sports Bar Philippines Facebook page


The Subic local nightlife wouldn’t be complete without bar-hopping from one of its energetic watering holes to another. There are quite a few wholesome entertainment spots around Subic, in the Waterfront Road near the naval docks as well as in Magsaysay Avenue in downtown Olongapo City.

One of them is Pier One Bar and Grill where there is a nightly live band that plays various music genres. While enjoying the bar’s in-house entertainment, you can munch on your favorite snacks, finger food, or even have a full meal for dinner. Another is Liberty Sports Bar and Grill, which showcases a sports-themed interior adorned with all the photos of local and international sports moments. This is a good place to eat Western food like burgers, pizza, and sandwiches; drink imported beers and other alcoholic beverages; and have fun on a round of billiards and darts. Another exciting drinking place is 1925 GastroPub which offers a wide variety of local and international drinks and food but prepared and served the Filipino way. Meanwhile in Magsaysay Avenue, dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks at Club V, Nocturnal, or at Padi’s Point.


Subic really has a diverse and lively night scene which you can explore with your family and friends. No doubt, these are more than the traditional duty free shops, and a far cry from the girly bars of old that they have been infamously known for. So whenever you’re up north, why not spend a night or two in Subic, and see for yourself how much it’s changed through the years?

Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

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March 22, 2018

6 Activities in Subic You Can Do at Night to Spice up Your Trip

Discover the hot nightlife in Subic with these bars, beaches, and bargains!


Subic beach nightlife


Some decades ago, Subic rose to fame for its girly bars and hostess bars, which became popular when the US Naval Base there was still operational. The business boomed, and as such, Subic’s local nightlife scene became infamous and tainted with this image. Decades later, Subic has departed from this perception, and has since then been famous for its family-friendly dinner spots and wholesome yet still exciting nooks for night outs. Now, you can go to Subic and do all sorts of things at night with friends, family, or your special someone, and here are just a few of them.


1. Dine out with family and friends.




Subic beach nightlife

Subic has lots of dining options perfect for night out with family and friends.



Having a sumptuous dinner with friends and family is always on top of anyone’s list for a perfect night out, and Subic has a great selection of restaurants to deliver just that. When it comes to food, size does matter in Subic, all to the delight of those with a huge appetite.

Popular for its big pizza and burger, Xtremely Xpresso’s food is always good for sharing within large groups. If you’re craving for a hearty meal paired with your favorite sides, you can choose between Texas Joe’s House of Ribs or Meat Plus Café. Have your fill with a plate of large servings of ribs or steaks.

Just outside Subic Freeport Zone, in Barrio Barretto, sits The Coffee Shop, which is famous for its jumbo tacos. It comes in a crispy taco shell or a soft burrito wrap, served with a hefty fill of ground beef and vegetables.




2. Walk by the beach.




Subic beach nightlife

At Camayan Beach, you can walk by the beach with this amazing view of sunset.



If you just want to be away from the crowd for a while to listen to the soothing sound of the waves, smell the sea breeze, and feel the sand between your toes, a walk by Subic’s beaches will suit you perfectly. Subic has a number of public and private beach resorts within and just outside Subic Freeport Zone. Some of the famous ones are Camayan Beach Resort, White Rock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, Halfmoon Bay Beach, and Driftwood Beach. Subic has an amazing view of the sunset so it is recommended to come just before then and watch in awe as the sun goes down the horizon.




3. Experience lifestyle malling in Harbor Point.




Subic beach nightlife

Harbor Point showcases an amazing view at night with its Ayala Mall signature brand.

Image: Ayala Malls official website


With shopping, dining, and entertainment all in one roof, Harbor Point offers a complete lifestyle malling experience for both locals and tourists. It is located along Rizal Highway within the Subic Freeport Zone. Owned and developed by Ayala Corporation, Harbor Point is the first Ayala mall in Subic, second in Central Luzon, and fourth outside Metro Manila.

The mall has a number of retail outlets by local and international brands, as well as a cinema that features all the latest must-watch movies. The mall closes at 9:00 PM, but there are restaurants and coffee shops that extend operations up to 12 midnight.


4. Enjoy night swimming in Subic resorts.




Subic beach nightlife

The nice view of Subic Waterfront Resort for a night swimming.

Image: Subic Waterfront Hotel Website


During summer nights, when the weather gets hot and humid, it is always nice to go for a quick dip in the pool. Subic has several resorts with swimming pools for your family or barkada getaway. Some of the popular ones are Subic Waterfront Resort, Subic Bay Yacht Club, Club Morocco Resort, Leganda Suites, Whiterock Waterpark, The Lighthouse Marina Resort, and Vista Marina Resort. The swimming pools in these resorts also make for an amazing background, perfect for a memorable selfie or a group shot.


5. Have a thrilling adventure at Zoobic Night Safari.




Subic beach nightlife

Zoobic Night Safari showcases various performances like fire dancing as well as animal shows.

Image: Zoobic Safari Facebook page


Here is a wholesome and family-oriented nighttime activity in Subic: Zoobic Night Safari. This is an awesome adventure packed with thrill and excitement where you can explore the park and see the different kinds of animals in the sanctuary. You can experience Zoobic Safari’s classic attractions like Serpentarium, Tiger Safari, Croco Loco, Lion Safari, Zoobic Cave, and Forbidden Cave even at night. You can also catch the night show with various performances and features of animals, their trainers, and Aeta natives of Zambales. Entrance fees vary and can also include a dinner meal at your discretion.




6. Bar hop in Waterfront Road or Magsaysay Avenue




Subic beach nightlife

Locals and tourists enjoy a few drinks and food here at Liberty Sports Bar.

Image: Liberty Sports Bar Philippines Facebook page


The Subic local nightlife wouldn’t be complete without bar-hopping from one of its energetic watering holes to another. There are quite a few wholesome entertainment spots around Subic, in the Waterfront Road near the naval docks as well as in Magsaysay Avenue in downtown Olongapo City.

One of them is Pier One Bar and Grill where there is a nightly live band that plays various music genres. While enjoying the bar’s in-house entertainment, you can munch on your favorite snacks, finger food, or even have a full meal for dinner. Another is Liberty Sports Bar and Grill, which showcases a sports-themed interior adorned with all the photos of local and international sports moments. This is a good place to eat Western food like burgers, pizza, and sandwiches; drink imported beers and other alcoholic beverages; and have fun on a round of billiards and darts. Another exciting drinking place is 1925 GastroPub which offers a wide variety of local and international drinks and food but prepared and served the Filipino way. Meanwhile in Magsaysay Avenue, dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks at Club V, Nocturnal, or at Padi’s Point.


Subic really has a diverse and lively night scene which you can explore with your family and friends. No doubt, these are more than the traditional duty free shops, and a far cry from the girly bars of old that they have been infamously known for. So whenever you’re up north, why not spend a night or two in Subic, and see for yourself how much it’s changed through the years?

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Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 22, 2018

6 Activities in Subic You Can Do at Night to Spice up Your Trip

Discover the hot nightlife in Subic with these bars, beaches, and bargains!

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Subic beach nightlife


Some decades ago, Subic rose to fame for its girly bars and hostess bars, which became popular when the US Naval Base there was still operational. The business boomed, and as such, Subic’s local nightlife scene became infamous and tainted with this image. Decades later, Subic has departed from this perception, and has since then been famous for its family-friendly dinner spots and wholesome yet still exciting nooks for night outs. Now, you can go to Subic and do all sorts of things at night with friends, family, or your special someone, and here are just a few of them.


1. Dine out with family and friends.




Subic beach nightlife

Subic has lots of dining options perfect for night out with family and friends.



Having a sumptuous dinner with friends and family is always on top of anyone’s list for a perfect night out, and Subic has a great selection of restaurants to deliver just that. When it comes to food, size does matter in Subic, all to the delight of those with a huge appetite.

Popular for its big pizza and burger, Xtremely Xpresso’s food is always good for sharing within large groups. If you’re craving for a hearty meal paired with your favorite sides, you can choose between Texas Joe’s House of Ribs or Meat Plus Café. Have your fill with a plate of large servings of ribs or steaks.

Just outside Subic Freeport Zone, in Barrio Barretto, sits The Coffee Shop, which is famous for its jumbo tacos. It comes in a crispy taco shell or a soft burrito wrap, served with a hefty fill of ground beef and vegetables.




2. Walk by the beach.




Subic beach nightlife

At Camayan Beach, you can walk by the beach with this amazing view of sunset.



If you just want to be away from the crowd for a while to listen to the soothing sound of the waves, smell the sea breeze, and feel the sand between your toes, a walk by Subic’s beaches will suit you perfectly. Subic has a number of public and private beach resorts within and just outside Subic Freeport Zone. Some of the famous ones are Camayan Beach Resort, White Rock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, Halfmoon Bay Beach, and Driftwood Beach. Subic has an amazing view of the sunset so it is recommended to come just before then and watch in awe as the sun goes down the horizon.




3. Experience lifestyle malling in Harbor Point.




Subic beach nightlife

Harbor Point showcases an amazing view at night with its Ayala Mall signature brand.

Image: Ayala Malls official website


With shopping, dining, and entertainment all in one roof, Harbor Point offers a complete lifestyle malling experience for both locals and tourists. It is located along Rizal Highway within the Subic Freeport Zone. Owned and developed by Ayala Corporation, Harbor Point is the first Ayala mall in Subic, second in Central Luzon, and fourth outside Metro Manila.

The mall has a number of retail outlets by local and international brands, as well as a cinema that features all the latest must-watch movies. The mall closes at 9:00 PM, but there are restaurants and coffee shops that extend operations up to 12 midnight.


4. Enjoy night swimming in Subic resorts.




Subic beach nightlife

The nice view of Subic Waterfront Resort for a night swimming.

Image: Subic Waterfront Hotel Website


During summer nights, when the weather gets hot and humid, it is always nice to go for a quick dip in the pool. Subic has several resorts with swimming pools for your family or barkada getaway. Some of the popular ones are Subic Waterfront Resort, Subic Bay Yacht Club, Club Morocco Resort, Leganda Suites, Whiterock Waterpark, The Lighthouse Marina Resort, and Vista Marina Resort. The swimming pools in these resorts also make for an amazing background, perfect for a memorable selfie or a group shot.


5. Have a thrilling adventure at Zoobic Night Safari.




Subic beach nightlife

Zoobic Night Safari showcases various performances like fire dancing as well as animal shows.

Image: Zoobic Safari Facebook page


Here is a wholesome and family-oriented nighttime activity in Subic: Zoobic Night Safari. This is an awesome adventure packed with thrill and excitement where you can explore the park and see the different kinds of animals in the sanctuary. You can experience Zoobic Safari’s classic attractions like Serpentarium, Tiger Safari, Croco Loco, Lion Safari, Zoobic Cave, and Forbidden Cave even at night. You can also catch the night show with various performances and features of animals, their trainers, and Aeta natives of Zambales. Entrance fees vary and can also include a dinner meal at your discretion.




6. Bar hop in Waterfront Road or Magsaysay Avenue




Subic beach nightlife

Locals and tourists enjoy a few drinks and food here at Liberty Sports Bar.

Image: Liberty Sports Bar Philippines Facebook page


The Subic local nightlife wouldn’t be complete without bar-hopping from one of its energetic watering holes to another. There are quite a few wholesome entertainment spots around Subic, in the Waterfront Road near the naval docks as well as in Magsaysay Avenue in downtown Olongapo City.

One of them is Pier One Bar and Grill where there is a nightly live band that plays various music genres. While enjoying the bar’s in-house entertainment, you can munch on your favorite snacks, finger food, or even have a full meal for dinner. Another is Liberty Sports Bar and Grill, which showcases a sports-themed interior adorned with all the photos of local and international sports moments. This is a good place to eat Western food like burgers, pizza, and sandwiches; drink imported beers and other alcoholic beverages; and have fun on a round of billiards and darts. Another exciting drinking place is 1925 GastroPub which offers a wide variety of local and international drinks and food but prepared and served the Filipino way. Meanwhile in Magsaysay Avenue, dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks at Club V, Nocturnal, or at Padi’s Point.


Subic really has a diverse and lively night scene which you can explore with your family and friends. No doubt, these are more than the traditional duty free shops, and a far cry from the girly bars of old that they have been infamously known for. So whenever you’re up north, why not spend a night or two in Subic, and see for yourself how much it’s changed through the years?

Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 22, 2018

6 Activities in Subic You Can Do at Night to Spice up Your Trip

Discover the hot nightlife in Subic with these bars, beaches, and bargains!


Subic beach nightlife


Some decades ago, Subic rose to fame for its girly bars and hostess bars, which became popular when the US Naval Base there was still operational. The business boomed, and as such, Subic’s local nightlife scene became infamous and tainted with this image. Decades later, Subic has departed from this perception, and has since then been famous for its family-friendly dinner spots and wholesome yet still exciting nooks for night outs. Now, you can go to Subic and do all sorts of things at night with friends, family, or your special someone, and here are just a few of them.


1. Dine out with family and friends.




Subic beach nightlife

Subic has lots of dining options perfect for night out with family and friends.



Having a sumptuous dinner with friends and family is always on top of anyone’s list for a perfect night out, and Subic has a great selection of restaurants to deliver just that. When it comes to food, size does matter in Subic, all to the delight of those with a huge appetite.

Popular for its big pizza and burger, Xtremely Xpresso’s food is always good for sharing within large groups. If you’re craving for a hearty meal paired with your favorite sides, you can choose between Texas Joe’s House of Ribs or Meat Plus Café. Have your fill with a plate of large servings of ribs or steaks.

Just outside Subic Freeport Zone, in Barrio Barretto, sits The Coffee Shop, which is famous for its jumbo tacos. It comes in a crispy taco shell or a soft burrito wrap, served with a hefty fill of ground beef and vegetables.




2. Walk by the beach.




Subic beach nightlife

At Camayan Beach, you can walk by the beach with this amazing view of sunset.



If you just want to be away from the crowd for a while to listen to the soothing sound of the waves, smell the sea breeze, and feel the sand between your toes, a walk by Subic’s beaches will suit you perfectly. Subic has a number of public and private beach resorts within and just outside Subic Freeport Zone. Some of the famous ones are Camayan Beach Resort, White Rock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, Halfmoon Bay Beach, and Driftwood Beach. Subic has an amazing view of the sunset so it is recommended to come just before then and watch in awe as the sun goes down the horizon.




3. Experience lifestyle malling in Harbor Point.




Subic beach nightlife

Harbor Point showcases an amazing view at night with its Ayala Mall signature brand.

Image: Ayala Malls official website


With shopping, dining, and entertainment all in one roof, Harbor Point offers a complete lifestyle malling experience for both locals and tourists. It is located along Rizal Highway within the Subic Freeport Zone. Owned and developed by Ayala Corporation, Harbor Point is the first Ayala mall in Subic, second in Central Luzon, and fourth outside Metro Manila.

The mall has a number of retail outlets by local and international brands, as well as a cinema that features all the latest must-watch movies. The mall closes at 9:00 PM, but there are restaurants and coffee shops that extend operations up to 12 midnight.


4. Enjoy night swimming in Subic resorts.




Subic beach nightlife

The nice view of Subic Waterfront Resort for a night swimming.

Image: Subic Waterfront Hotel Website


During summer nights, when the weather gets hot and humid, it is always nice to go for a quick dip in the pool. Subic has several resorts with swimming pools for your family or barkada getaway. Some of the popular ones are Subic Waterfront Resort, Subic Bay Yacht Club, Club Morocco Resort, Leganda Suites, Whiterock Waterpark, The Lighthouse Marina Resort, and Vista Marina Resort. The swimming pools in these resorts also make for an amazing background, perfect for a memorable selfie or a group shot.


5. Have a thrilling adventure at Zoobic Night Safari.




Subic beach nightlife

Zoobic Night Safari showcases various performances like fire dancing as well as animal shows.

Image: Zoobic Safari Facebook page


Here is a wholesome and family-oriented nighttime activity in Subic: Zoobic Night Safari. This is an awesome adventure packed with thrill and excitement where you can explore the park and see the different kinds of animals in the sanctuary. You can experience Zoobic Safari’s classic attractions like Serpentarium, Tiger Safari, Croco Loco, Lion Safari, Zoobic Cave, and Forbidden Cave even at night. You can also catch the night show with various performances and features of animals, their trainers, and Aeta natives of Zambales. Entrance fees vary and can also include a dinner meal at your discretion.




6. Bar hop in Waterfront Road or Magsaysay Avenue




Subic beach nightlife

Locals and tourists enjoy a few drinks and food here at Liberty Sports Bar.

Image: Liberty Sports Bar Philippines Facebook page


The Subic local nightlife wouldn’t be complete without bar-hopping from one of its energetic watering holes to another. There are quite a few wholesome entertainment spots around Subic, in the Waterfront Road near the naval docks as well as in Magsaysay Avenue in downtown Olongapo City.

One of them is Pier One Bar and Grill where there is a nightly live band that plays various music genres. While enjoying the bar’s in-house entertainment, you can munch on your favorite snacks, finger food, or even have a full meal for dinner. Another is Liberty Sports Bar and Grill, which showcases a sports-themed interior adorned with all the photos of local and international sports moments. This is a good place to eat Western food like burgers, pizza, and sandwiches; drink imported beers and other alcoholic beverages; and have fun on a round of billiards and darts. Another exciting drinking place is 1925 GastroPub which offers a wide variety of local and international drinks and food but prepared and served the Filipino way. Meanwhile in Magsaysay Avenue, dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks at Club V, Nocturnal, or at Padi’s Point.


Subic really has a diverse and lively night scene which you can explore with your family and friends. No doubt, these are more than the traditional duty free shops, and a far cry from the girly bars of old that they have been infamously known for. So whenever you’re up north, why not spend a night or two in Subic, and see for yourself how much it’s changed through the years?

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Corabelle Guevarra

Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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