3 Reasons to Visit the Parkfest at Nayong Pilipino
This well-loved park of our childhood gets a hip and artsy boost this summer via cool crafters and artists
Who doesn’t have a childhood photo standing in front of Mayon Volcano, the Rice Terraces, and Barasoain Church, all within Metro Manila? These are our memories of Nayong Pilipino, a cultural theme park in Pasay City that had reproductions of Filipino tourist attractions. It closed down in the 2000s.
Nayong Pilipino has since relocated to a smaller site in the former Orchidarium in Rizal Park. But by the weekend of May 28 to 29, local crafts community Common Room will transform Nayong Pilipino into a crafter’s and artist’s paradise complete with art installations, pop-up stores, and more.
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