Yours truly was in Cebu last week, and its truly a lovely place.
Mactan Island in the Cebu province is already one of the most beloved places in the country with location near many tourist attractions and amenities of urban living. And wth Megaworld unveiling its newest township masterpiece called Mactan Newtown, the ante has upped and the south becomes even more alluring not only to travellers but also to people who want to settle there.
On Saturday, “Modern Living TV” (MLTV) goes straight to this enchanting development. Viewers will get a glimpse of the only Megaworld township development that boasts of having its own beach outside Metro Manila.
At 28.5 hectares, the Mactan Newtown mega-community combines high-end office towers, luxury condominiums, leisure amenities, retail shops, a school supervised by LASSO, and upscale hotels in one secured and enclosed area.
It’s definitely a segment not to be missed.
Remember Kenneth Cobonpue last week? This time, the focus is on the new generation of designers that he has taken under his wings. More than technical know-how, Cobonpue underscores the importance of hardwork, creativity and originality in making it in an industry dominated by other upstarts and established designers.
It’s one treat after another for MLTV viewers. On the menu this week is world-class furniture and home accessories manufacturer, Pacific Traders. Known for products that exemplify the best of Filipino craftsmanship and creativity, the segment will prove it’s really more fun in the Philippines even in the crafts department.
The MLTV episode this week ends with a bang---or make that with a burp! The show takes viewers to places where Cebu foodies go for authentic Cebuano dishes and delicacies. As if that isn’t enough, learn how to make your own Cebu-style Sinuglao at home. It’s armchair food trip that will bring a smile on face and rumble in tummy.
“Modern Living TV” is hosted by Bianca Gonzalez –Intal and StephanieZubiri-Crespi airs Saturdays at 6 p.m. with replays the next day at 10 a.m. both on the ANC Channel.