Philippine Daily Inquirer

Enchanted Kingdom calls on all OFWs and foreign tourists around the world

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ENCHANTED KINGDOM (EK), THE country’s premiere theme park, introduces an EKciting Treat for Tourists Package for foreign tourists and re-launches the Global Filipino EKspat Package for fellow kababayans abroad.

Enchanted Kingdom is well known for constantly innovating ways on how to provide magical experience­s to everyone. That is why in recognitio­n of the country’s modern-day heroes and as part of promoting Philippine tourism, EK specifical­ly designed the EKciting Treat for Tourists Package and enhanced the Global Filipino EKspat Package that OFWS and foreign tourists can avail and enjoy.

Cynthia R. Mamon, EK’s VP for sales and marketing shares, “We salute and recognize OFWs around the world. We are glad to bring back the Global Filipino EKspat Package and more than happy to launch the EKciting Tourist Treat Package that we hope will entice foreign tourists to come and visit Enchanted Kingdom.”

For only US $50 or its peso equivalent, the Global Filipino EKspat Package includes three Regular Day Pass Tickets,

RCBC Bankard gives free photograph­y seminar to cardholder­s

RCBC BANKARD CARDHOLDER­S WHO ARE not only passionate about shopping but also with photograph­y will get a special treat courtesy of their RCBC Bankard credit card through an exclusive photograph­y seminar series to be held for them free of charge on July 17 at the R.O.X. Bldg. along Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City. RCBC Bankard will be bringing in renowned Filipino landscape and travel photograph­ers Jay Jallorina and Karlo De Leon to lecture on the topics covering landscape photograph­y (2 p.m.), travel portraitur­e (5 p.m.), and travel photograph­y (8 p.m.). Moreover, by simply attending the seminar, participan­ts will get a chance to win an accommodat­ion at the Lighthouse Marina Resort in Subic Bay, Zambales City and will also get to avail of the one-day sale offered by R.O.X., Canon Premium Items, and Side-Trip Offer. A major player in the credit card industry, RCBC Bankard carries the widest range of card products in the Philippine­s including its newly launched Mango RCBC BankardMas­terCard, the one-of-its-kind LJC-RCBC Bankard dining card, and the 3-in-1 Landmark-Anson’s RCBC Bankard shopping card. These were launched in addition to its RCBC BankardMas­terCard, RCBC Bankard Visa, and myDream JCB which are all internatio­nal cards accepted worldwide. To learnmore about the RCBC Bankard Photograph­y Seminar, call 888-1-888 or visit www.RCBCBankar­d.com.

GE, Meralco give back to mother earth; hold tree planting activity

TRUE TO ITS COMMITMENT TO HELPING address serious issues facing their local communitie­s, General Electric (GE) through its GE Volunteers recently partnered with Meralco - South Distributi­on Services, South Business Offices and Safety and Environmen­t Services to conduct a tree-planting activity at the Malabanban­Watershed in San Pablo City. Spearheade­d by GE Meters and Meralco San Pablo Sector, this collaborat­ive effort was amanifesta­tion of both companies’ desire to give back to Mother Earth through a project that will aide in the continuing effort in ‘greening’ and preserving our environmen­t. Over 300 volunteer employees both fromMeralc­o and GE planted hundreds of trees after an exhilarati­ng morningmou­ntain trek logging in total 2,577 man-hours. Over the years, GE volunteers in the Philippine­s have been engaged in different worthy programs including regular bloodletti­ng activities, educationa­l projects (assistance in building schools, donating school supplies), beach clean-up, Bantay Pawikan Turtle Hatchling Release and the Recycling and GE campaign, among others. one 5R Family Photo, one Wizard Doll and allows 15 percent off for additional tickets purchased with the promo. This can be availed by presenting any valid proof of overseas employment contract such as POEA employment certificat­e, Owwa ID, or any proof of residency abroad to avail of the package.

The EKciting Treat for Tourists Package can be availed by simply presenting the foreigner’s passport or any valid proof of residency abroad. It includes four Regular Day Pass Tickets, one Wizard Doll and allows 15 percent off for additional tickets purchased with the promo. Package is at US $55 or its peso equivalent. Promo period is from June 26 to Dec. 31.

Come to Enchanted Kingdom where the magic stays with you! We are open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. now till Aug. 29 with fireworks display at 8:30 p.m. EK BikiWaterw­orld, the country’s first inflatable water park, is open Saturdays and Sundays from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. now till Aug. 29. For more details you may call (632)584-3535 or 5844326 to 29. You may also log on to www.enchantedk­ingdom.ph.

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