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This is a huge place with many amazing 3D paintings that you and your friends to use to photograph yourselves in a variety of scenes - lots of fun! There is even a mark on the floor to indicate where to stand to take the...More
If you're looking for something fun to do without going too far, Art in Island is a good choice. It's not crowded so you can be really creative with your photos. Staff were very nice. They would volunteer to take your picture and would also...More
I never knew about this until I have nowhere to go before the show in Araneta Coliseum we're supposed to watch. It's an afternoon well spent with my parents. We easily spent 2hrs including watching the light show at 3PM. We didn't have time for...More
Went here with the kids and inaanak for the holidays.
Upon alighting from the vehicle, I was dismayed by the number of buses and school children outside. Fortunately, we were allowed to go in and not wait in line.
The lady in the pay booth...More
The paintings around are so alive. It is like you are really in it. So great to capture the scene with matching acting out what the scene depicts. so real even in pictures only.Great moments with family and friends.
My daughter and had a great time here,in fact it was a high light of our 16 days in Manila. We got our moneys worth as we spent a few hours here.It probably seems a bit pricey at 450 pesos but I got a pensioner...More
If you have no place to visit on weekends, this place can be checked in. Its not that value to money but good for kids and camera lovers. If going with with infants this could be nightmare if you are asked to remove their shoes...More