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Monday, February 26, 2018

The Suites at Pontefino Hotel Batangas: The Old and New Batangas Encapsulated in One Premier Environment @PontefinoHotel

I first learned about The Suites at Pontefino from a friend's Instagram posting which really caught my attention so I immediately asked him about it. I was in search for a hotel where we can celebrate my wife's birthday that is away from the Metro but not too far. Batangas City is the perfect spot since it is a comfortable three-hour commute from Manila.

Actually, I already heard of Pontefino Hotel a few years back and was keen on trying it but never had the chance. Learning that they have a new section that is The Suites renewed my excitement to the place.

I was surprised that Pontefino Hotels itself has been around since 2004. That's 14 years in the hotel business which means lots of experience and quite a history. The property is near SM Batangas but in the quieter side of the city which is perfect for those who want a place to unwind, a place where you know that you are in the city but with a country feels. The property has actually evolved with the residences section in place, thus, Pontefino Hotels and Residences.


About Pontefino Hotel
and Resideences

The 60 room deluxe Pontefino Hotel and Residences will greet visitors with its fully furnished units offering a unique combination of hotel-like facilities and amenities, modern home conveniences and a 24-hour guest services and security—all under one premier environment.

“Batangas City is important to our portfolio because of its expanding role in the province,” says Ricky Gutierrez, President and Chief Executive Officer. “The addition of Pontefino Residences and Pontefino Prime provides a new opportunity for a new class of premiere ownership—one that appreciates Pontefino’s contemporary, innovative expression of luxury living,” adds Ricky.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

6 Ways to Do Singapore On a Budget

Singapore is a country known for many things – the easiest and friendliest place to do business according to World Bank and other authorities, the business hub of Asia, and many more. For living standards, the island-state has, for the fourth year in a row, ranked number one on the list of the most expensive cities in the world. This gives traveling enthusiasts the feeling that it would almost be difficult to travel to Singapore without breaking the bank. For expatriates or entrepreneurs who have set their mind to relocate to the Lion City, even if for several years, must get their travel documents. This can be hectic at times, which is why you should consider engaging the services of One Visa. They are good at helping you obtain documents with great ease and ensure you settle down well in Singapore.

So, how can one visit Singapore, or stay there and not spend so much? The following are some things that one may consider to save cash while in the City State.

Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2018- 2nd Firework
MBS Light Show
Photo by: Leslie Hui, on Flickr

Buy from Supermarkets
You may need to buy a few items from time to time. For instance, though it may be safe to drink tap water, you may have to buy some bottled water. You would do yourself much good if you kept off the large retail malls, the round-the-clock convenience stores, and the costly chain stores such as the NTUC Fairprice Finest and Cold Storage. You could save some dollars if you went shopping at the smaller stores such as Valudollar. The snacks also go for far less in the small marts than in those huge supermarkets.
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