There’s something about Sorsogon. This land of plenty has always been in the shadow of Albay, and even its own town, Donsol, which has exploded in popularity for its whale sharks. But designer and tourism consultant Milo Naval is using his design philosophy to change the way that people see this sleepy province.
His designer hotel, Siama, has become a destination in itself, and a showroom for was has become the fine-tuned synergy between meaningful design and local talent.
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Apo Island has become a lauded example of what can happen if a community bands together to save its resources.
Conservation lies at the heart of every GRID Expedition. This time, we dive deep into the waters of Dumaguete, Apo Island, and Siquijor, figuratively and literally.
Wawi Navarroza sits down with Eva McGovern-Basa and GRID to discuss the way landscape inspires her art. From urban plants, to soil, to stone, she recounts the progression of works that have led up to her latest exhibition.
Chef Jordy Navarra takes us through one of his ongoing experiments, a closer look at the humble bird using the simplest of local dishes, grilled chicken.
This land of plenty has always been in the shadow of Albay, and even its own town, Donsol. But designer and tourism consultant Milo Naval is using his design philosophy to change the way that people see the sleepy province of Sorsogon.
We take a look at the place behind the man we call our new president, our country's unofficial new capitol.
The real hero of the 9-day GRID Expedition was, without a doubt, Chef Nayna—the woman who warmed our bellies and fuelled our days. Camping in the outdoors and huddled around Nayna’s cooking, we came together as a team.
See Taal in a different light in our latest documentary, #GlobeOfGood: Pusod-Taal.
Lets keep it wild! At the core of the GRID Expedition, we're exploring ways to enjoy the Philippines in its natural state, encouraging everybody to get outdoors.
Writer, lifelong nomad, and honorary Filipino citizen Bruce Curran takes photographer Ben Chan on a ride through Subic.
We have always believed that the pretty destinations are secondary to the various reasons we travel. In this video series, we honor the people who have enabled us to experience the Philippines in different and better ways.