Lakbay Museo is located in S Maison, Conrad Manila right next to SM Mall of Asia. Opening hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Online rate is P699. Plus P100 for walk-in and holidays. For inquiries and bookings, visit https://www.lakbaymuseo.ph. Try balancing a palayok on top of your head, get inspired by the different traditional textiles and weaving traditions from around the country, sip different types of Philippine coffee and buy local goodies from micro and small enterprises from special market stalls during your visit.Aside from being an aesthetic photoshoot-ready venue that will appeal to social media users and international travelers with young kids, the museum aims to be a venue for team-building and school tours. The museum offers a sensory learning experience for primary, intermediate and tertiary level students on what the Philippines has to offer.Hopefully, the museum will inspire visitors to travel to the actual destinations around the country and learn more about Philippine heritage beyond just taking selfies.Here’s a sneak peek at what the museum has to offer. A stall depicting the Pahiyas Festival of Lucban, Quezon. HandoutAn exhibit showcasing the iconic Ivatan stone houses of Batanes. HandoutBalance a palayok on your head. HandoutColorful Instagram-friendly backdrops will appeal to millennial crowd. HandoutGiant mango tree wtih mango chairs. HandoutLearn more about Philippine culture and history at Lakbay Museo. Handout Next Previous MANILA — Get a chance to travel around the Philippines and learn more about its history and culture right in the heart of Manila.Lakbay Museo, a project by The Millennial Concept Factory Inc., aims to give the younger generation a glimpse of the history, culture, cuisine and landmarks from around the country in a fun and interactive manner.Set to open on July 12, Lakbay Museo will offer 14 unique experiences from 11 different destinations around Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Since not everyone has the time and money to spare on travel, Lakbay Museo aims to give a glimpse of the country’s highlights all in one space.Visitors can see the beauty of Banaue Rice Terraces, Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, walk through a lava trail in Bicol’s Mayon Volcano and visit other popular tourist attractions as interpreted through colorful and eye-catching installations, without having to book plane tickets.
OlderHilton London Heathrow Airport launches new meetings packages NATS is preparing for what looks to be the busiest summer on record as schools across the country break up for the holidays.On a normal day, controllers handle just over 7,000 flights a day in UK airspace, but this increases for the summer months to well over 8,000 as people jet off on their holidays. In fact, this summer has already seen the busiest day on record, with 8,863 flights handled by controllers on July 5th.Of the 8,800+ flights expected to depart and arrive in the UK today, more than 15 per cent will be going through Heathrow (approx. 1,395 flights), while Gatwick (approx. 930 flights) and Stansted (approx. 650 flights) will be the second and third busiest airports respectively. Luton is expecting around 460 flights, and London City approximately 270 flights. ADVERTISEMENTNorthern hub Manchester will handle around 670 flights, while Birmingham is predicted to manage 350 flights.Scottish transport hubs Glasgow and Edinburgh are expected to manage 300 and 460 flights respectively.NATS predicts the busiest time of day for handling flights today will be 06:40 to 07:40, with up to 650 aircraft in Britain’s skies during this single hour.NATS has spent months planning for possible delays caused by strikes, staff shortages and bad weather across Europe in order to maintain safety and manage this surge in flights while minimising delay for passengers. However, the biggest challenge as traffic continues to grow, will be the network of routes in UK airspace, which is on course to be modernised to accommodate future growth.Juliet Kennedy, operations director, NATS, said: “Our air traffic controllers right across the UK are working harder than ever to ensure that we maintain our safety standards and get everyone away on their holidays without delay, but we need to modernise our airspace if we want to meet growing demand and reduce the impact of aviation on the environment.” NewerKorean Air launches new cloud command centre