04 October 2015

Art in Island

Here are some of the photos that I took last month at Art in Island in Cubao, Quezon City when Jolly Cow Milk invited us to a Mommy and Kids Day Out with fellow mommy bloggers and their kids. We were treated to a tour inside the biggest 3D museum in Asia then had lunch at Burgoo Restaurant before we got to snooze watch Inside Out at the Gateway Platinum Cinema. Here are some points to remember, based on my observation, should you want to go there with your family:

  • Although there really are no age requirement, I think that it's better to bring the bigger kids with you. This museum is best for those who can already act out in front of the camera for more than a few times until the photographer (that's you, mom) gets the perfect shot.  
  • Obviously, bring a camera. Fully-charged. And a whole lot better if it's point and shoot, not just camera phone. I tried taking some on my smartphone and turned out that results are better in my Samsung ST66. So much better, I suppose, if it's a DSLR. 
  • The museum's Facebook page advised the goers to bring socks and jacket, too. Yes, you don't want to end up having super dirty feet after the tour. As for the jacket, if you are a mom who has a kid to run after, jacket's unnecessary. Pinawisan ako kaka-instruct sa bagets na pumosing, haha! But yeah, bring one for your kid. 
  • Before you start taking photos, notice the markings on the floor first so you will get the perfect angle. I only noticed it in the middle of our journey na! So sayang yung ibang shots. 
  • There's a restaurant at the end of the tour. Food and drinks aren't allowed inside so you'll really get thirsty and hungry afterwards. 
  • Most importantly, enjoy and have fun! Don't get frustrated if your kid doesn't want to pose. Pray hard na lang (hehe) that she will be in her best mood when you arrive at the place.  

To spend a day with my little artist doing an activity that we both love to do (art appreciation and posing for the camera, haha) is something I will always treasure as her mom and bff. Thank you so much, Jolly Cow and our friends behind it, for spoiling us with such activities and creamylicious treats. I hope you'll invite us again on your next event! ♥

P.S. For Art in Island's ticket prizes and schedule information, it's on their Facebook page.


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  1. isa sa mga wishlist ko na makapunta kami ng mga bagets dito.. galing ni P magpose! syempre pati ng Mommy hihihi :)

    1. Go na, Istin! Pag-ipunan mo na. I'm sure magugutuhan yan ng kids mo. :)

      Hihi, thankieee. Isa nga lang pose ko eh, si Pia kumuha ng pic na yan! ♥

  2. Thank you for the info. I really want to go to a museum or art exhibit like this. :)

  3. Wee! Mukang enjoy na enjoy si bagets! :)

  4. So excited na sa field trip ng bagets ko. One of the places that they'll visit would be Art in Island =)

  5. Have seen and heard about this a lot of times esp on facebook... Ako na lang yataa hindi pa nakapunta hehehe... Maybe one of these days

  6. Ate Pia is so game! We really want to go here, but we want to wait until the minis are ready for it. Alam mo na. :)

  7. Planning to go here this Christmas season. Thank you for sharing!

  8. The kid's poses are so spot on. Looks like you had fun in that place.

  9. I'm so curious about this place! Probably worth a visit to Manila. Malagay nga sa bucket list.

  10. Your daughter's poses are a pro, galing magturo ni mommy :D

  11. We haven't been there. Ang layo kasi from Cavite haha. Galing mag pose ha.

  12. she surely is a pro at posing! i had trouble photographing my little man who would rather run around the huge place, instead! nevertheless, we did enjoy the experience, too! :)