Up to P22K in savings! Ayala Museum offers unli visits, library use for members

The Ayala Museum has launched value-packed membership packages for those who want to immerse themselves in culture and arts.

For an annual membership fee of P5,000, a person could enjoy unlimited visits to the museum owned by the Zobel de Ayala Clan, with two guests allowed to tag along per visit.

A paying member under the “personal” tier would also be entitled to 60 visits to the Filipinas Heritage Library, an ideal remote working space.

The Ayala Museum also offers a “family membership” covering up to four persons for P8,500 per year.

Members in this tier could visit the Filipinas Heritage Library for 100 times each year.

According to a Facebook post by the Ayala Museum, members would enjoy savings of up to P22,500.

They will also get access to curated members-only events at the museum and special discounts on shop and cafe purchases.

Southeast Asia banks on aviation boom

Major airport expansion projects are taking off across Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, and a new airline is set to launch next year — all banking on an expected boom in air travel in Southeast Asia, fuelled by Chinese and Indian tourists.

Magnitude 5.7 quake shakes Philippine capital

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook the Philippine capital Manila on Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said, sending people rushing out of buildings and briefly halting train services in the city.