There’s one thing that we will always long in our lifetime – payday. We know scrunching your budget till payday is tad frustrating, so here are some activities that you probably haven’t tried and will just cost below 1000 pesos.
1. Learn trapeze and be a circus acrobat (PHP1000)
Conquer your fear of heights and encourage a friend to become circus acrobats for a day at the Flying Trapeze Philippines. Be sure to book the class at 4pm to 6pm to catch a glimpse of the sunset while flying through the air.
2. Visit the National Museum (Free)
Educate yourself about the country’s rich history by visiting the National Museum. The admission is now free so there’s no more excuse for you to not see the Spoliarium.
3. Go Rock Climbing at Power Up (PHP150/All Day)
Summon your strongest buddies as you test your might against Power Up’s indoor rock climbing wall. Although utmost safety is ensured, don’t fool around as you gain momentum upward.
4. Watch the Manila Symphony Orchestra for the first time (PHP783)
Fancy watching an orchestra concert for the first time? Well, it’s Manila Symphony Orchestra’s season finale: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony on December 14, 2016, which marks their 90th year. You can also check out their Rush Hour Concert 2016 series happening on July 21, October 20, and November 10 at the Ayala Museum ground floor lobby for free. Here, they’ll be playing classical to pop, with lighter themes that can be enjoyed by newbies and the old guard alike.
5. Visit TAGO Jazz Cafe for the first time (PHP200-PHP300)
Blow your top with the cats of jazz at TAGO Jazz Cafe and experience the magic of jazz. Expect to wander around for quite some time in finding this place – it’s called ‘TAGO’ (hidden) for a special reason.
6. Jump N Hop at the Trampoline Park (PHP320)
Unleash the stress that piled up within the week by jumping your hearts out at the Trampoline Park. Pull off some cool jumping tricks but don’t break your leg – unless it’s a theater.
What other fun and new activities can you join for a PHP1000 below? Fire away below!