Feel The Thrill At Tree Top Adventure…Literally

Have you heard about Tree Top Adventure?

Tree Top Adventure is the only “Team Building” facility in the Philippines with motorized activities plus different kinds of Zip line adventure and more activities in the heart of nature; Superman, Canopy, Tree Drop, Silver Surfer, Free Fall, Funicular, Trekking, Skywalk and many more to be added.

The vision came from the expertise of the owner of Tree TopAdventure who are Engineers and advocates of conservation of environment and healthy living thus Tree Top Adventure in Subic inside SBMA and Baguio inside Camp John Hay are making sure not only for the customers to enjoy but also making sure the safety and health benefits of the activities they are offering for the customers.

There is no entrance fee at Tree Top Adventure, you will only pay the activities you like to enjoy unlike other theme parks and very affordable. Zip lines fee per ride cost from Php 100.00 to Php 350.00 and can have a huge discount if will take a package instead with a combination of activities.

For the “Team Building” activities, there are facilitators to lead the program and events. Unlike other facility, at Tree Top Adventure, everything can be measured and the output and success will be coming from the effort of the whole group who are working simultaneously to achieve the goal. Cost per head for the Team Building has two choices; Php 800.00 and Php 1000.00 but can be tailored depending on the needs of the company.

“We invite you to experience nature tripping from a breathtaking view – from 100 feet above the ground! With jungle trails comprised of platforms nestled on branches, suspension bridges, and the world’s first motorized canopy tour, what we offer is more than just the peak of excitement.

Learn new things; with fresh eyes, we encourage you to explore. Find inner peace as you go through a natural sanctuary hidden by foliage. Or at the very least, conquer your fear of heights.

Tree Top Adventure offers each one a personal journey, with unforgettable memories as dense as the forest that you won’t help but feel closer to the ones you take this most marvelous trip with.”

For more information about bookings and entrance, please contact Engr. Grace Bondad Nicolas at 09166299381 or send email to grace@tagmedia.asia
Grace Bondad Nicolas named the conversation: Tree Top Bloggers 2017.

LAMUDI Philippines Names First Ever Academic Scholars

To support academic excellence, global property portal Lamudi Philippines launched a scholarship program for deserving Filipino college students

In a bid to contribute to the community and drive socioeconomic development, Lamudi Philippines launched a scholarship competition aiming to reward exemplary students. For its first foray, a student from Cavite and Pampanga bagged the scholarship grant for school year 2016–2017.

Walter David Villegas, a third-year Development Studies major at the University of the Philippines Manila, and Jaynie Pajarillaga, a third year communication student from Holy Angel University Pampanga bested more than a hundred applicants from different schools and universities across the Philippines.

Both scholars will receive Php20,000 educational assistance that will be given directly to the school to cover some of their tuition fees. The two will also be awarded with a paid internship in  any department at the Lamudi Philippines office.

“We saw in both Walter and Jaynie what we see in the Philippines: exceptional, talented, and determined, and by thoroughly reviewing their application documents and credentials we are very sure that we made the right choice,” shared Bhavna Shuresh, Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty.ph’s new Managing Director and CEO, who took the rein of leading the top local property portal brands in early 2017.

“Working in a tech company like Lamudi will be a great opportunity for the two students. The non-stop innovation and learning in the Lamudi office will surely be a good training ground for these budding and promising talents,” Ms. Shuresh added.

Though lacking resources such as electronic gadgets that can make his education much easier, Walter Villegas finds ways and has worked very hard to achieve a 1.33 GWA in the last semester. Walter, who lives in Dasmarinas, Cavite, and studies in UP Manila, has to travel up to three hours every day to get to school and with minimal cash allowance, but that does not hamper his determination to work hard and achieve good grades. Raised by a single mother (his father passed away in 2009), Walter believes that the Lamudi grant will definitely help him finish his studies and later bring genuine development to the world.

For Jaynie Pajarillaga, being an achiever is her way of giving back to her hard-working parents, a teacher and a driver. She never lets obstacles become a hindrance on her way to success. For her, will and determination are important, problems may arise but she believes that you have to learn to swim on your own. “I never forget my goal to continue being excellent despite all the obstacles that block my way, and because of that, I am still consistent in maintaining high grades,” Jaynie shared.

According to Lamudi Philippines, about 50 colleges and universities participated in this year’s scholarship program and more than 100 students sent in their applications. The company looks to expanding the program to cover more schools and students. Lamudi also announced that call for applications for the 2017–2018 academic year scholarship program will start sometime in March 2017.