Wander with ZEN: 6 Hidden Spots in Pasay City

Wander with ZEN: 6 Hidden Spots in Pasay City

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Hey there, netiZENS!


With many of our ZEN Rooms available in Pasay, you can have a comfortable place to stay and spots to visit! If you find yourself wanting to seek adventure in the middle of the day, check out some of the hidden spots and destinations we discovered just for you! Surely, you’ll find yourself wandering in an extraordinary, yet familiar place in the heart of this beautiful city.


1. Upside Down Museum

Get creative!
When was the last time you saw the world through a whole new perspective?


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The Upside Down Museum offers an interesting and out-of-this-world experience that will leave you amazed by its crazy rooms and topsy-turvy illusions. Place your angle, strike a pose and leave it up to magic. Don’t be shy to play around! It’s meant to leave your friends and followers wondering as to how you achieved to levitate on air.
If you’d do anything for the gram, this is the perfect spot!


Upside Down Museum is at Boom Na Boom Grounds CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila



2. Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum


If you want to know more about the forces that rule our skies, the Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum is the one to check out!


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The Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum displays a gallery of aerospace science and aviation history. You can find dozens of artifacts that are displayed throughout the museum. From helicopters, commercial planes, to WWII relics, this building is a great location for discovering more about PAF, and seeing an  actual historical aircraft.
For those who dream of becoming a pilot, this is the place to be! Educate yourself and learn about the aviation history behind the service and aerospace technology of the Philippine Air Force! Soar high and take to the skies.Take your friends with you and be inspired.


Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum, Colonel Jesus Villamor Air Base, Gate 4, Sales Road, Pasay, 1309 Metro Manila, Philippines



3. Seaside Dampa


If you have an appetite for seafood and adventure, Seaside Dampa, along Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay, is a known destination for food lovers.


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The largest seafood place in Manila can be found in an avenue of hotels, shopping malls, and casinos. This market offers a variety of fresh seafood, where one can shop and have the food cooked in one of the nearby restaurants. Simply choose a restaurant, check their menu for seafood dishes, and decide how you want your dish to be served and prepared. From buttered shrimp to crabs in salted egg sauce, this seafood heaven is perfect for family gatherings and celebrations! Grab yourself a ton of seafood and enjoy the wonders of this market place. You buy, you feast! It’s as simple as that!


Seafood Dampa is located at Diosdado Macapagal Blvd, Pasay, Metro Manila; opens 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.



4. Harbor View Restaurant


Who doesn’t want to eat next to a view of the sea and city skylines?


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This romantic destination can sometimes feel like a floating restaurant since it perfectly extends to the waters of Manila Bay. Harbor View Restaurant offers you the experience of eating seafood and delicious local cuisine right next to the sea, allowing you to feel as if you’re far from the city. Prawns, crabs, shrimp, and lobsters! You name it, they have it! One could only hope that they could stay there forever because of the food and great view!


Harbor View Restaurant  is at 1000 Katigbak Parkway | Rizal Park, Manila, Luzon 1300, Philippines



5. Avellana Art Gallery


If you find yourself along the streets of Harrison, don’t hesitate to pay this gallery a visit. It might just be your escape for the coming days.


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The Avellana Art Gallery is set in a 1950s house in the inner-city of Pasay, where many artworks are showcased and displayed for everyone to see. With its distinct and charming setting, the gallery supports local art and ignites interests to city-dwellers! They hold art exhibits where new and contemporary artists welcome guests to a wonderful tour of the unique household gallery. Its dedication to art can be seen on the wide collection of paintings, prints and sculptures on display.


Avellana Art Gallery is at 2680 FB Harrison St., Pasay City, Philippines; open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.



6. Galleria Duemila


In these modern times, explore and witness this gallery to learn more about the classic and emerging artists of this generation!


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Promoting art since 1975, Galleria Duemila was established by Silvan Ancelotti-Diaz . It’s the longest running gallery in the Philippines and has gained support by other museums around Asia. Not only do they showcase paintings, sculptures and installations, this gallery holds a collection of rare works by modern Filipino artists. Monthly art exhibits take place in this timeless structure, featuring art pieces by local artists, followed by performances and other activities.


Galleria Duemila is at 210 Loring St. 1300 Pasay City, Philippines; open Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.   


If you’re planning to visit some of these destinations, then you’re probably destined for ZEN! Don’t hesitate to book a night’s stay in ZEN Rooms, Pasay http://bit.ly/zenrooms-in-pasay , and be closer to your adventures! Book a room now at www.zenroom.com. Travel more. Pay less.

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