How to Tour the Philippines in 2 Hours via Lakbay Museo

Lakbay Museo
Lakbay Museo is an interactive museum with Nayong Pilipino vibe. Credits to Lakbay Museo.

What if you could go around to tour the Philippines in just 2 hours? An interactive Lakbay Museo in Pasay City elevates the museum experience for those who would love to have adventures without having to spend a lot on travel.

Inspired by the Nayong Pilipino cultural theme park, Lakbay Museo offers a vibrant venue for people who want to learn and experience the best in the Philippines, with a twist.

Lakbay Museum showcases Filipino culture, making it a good venue for learning and to experience the Pinoy way of life outside Manila. The museum allows everyone to touch, feel, and even taste the things the Philippines can offer.

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Good News Pilipinas came up with this list of some of the interesting things to see inside the interactive Lakbay Museo.

One attraction inside Lakbay Museo is this house dressed up for Pahiyas Festival of Lucban Quezon. Credits to Lakbay Museo.


Lakbay Museo is divided into 11 areas that bring visitors to different regions of the Philippines.

The 11 regions featured are:

  1. National Capital Region
  2. Ilocos Region (Region I)
  3. Cagayan Valley (Region II)
  4. Central Luzon (Region III)
  5. Southern Tagalog (CALABARZON and MIMAROPA)
  6. Bicol Region (Region V)
  7. Western Visayas (Region VI)
  8. Central Visayas (Region VII)
  9. Eastern Visayas (Region VIII)
  10. Cordillera Administrative Region
  11. Mindanao Island

These areas showcase the best their region can offer. Museum-goers can gaze upon Mayon Volcano, experience Pahiyas Festival of Lucban, Quezon, marvel at traditional houses of Ivatan house in Batanes and bale of the Ifugao in Cordillera.

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Cultural dancers perform Sagayan, a Maranao war dance. Credits to Lakbay Museo.


There are cultural performances throughout the day inside Lakbay Museo. The audience will get to enjoy the beauty of the Filipino folk dances – from the Cordilleras in the north to the Moros and Lumads in the south. Viewers will learn how diverse Filipino culture is by watching these traditional performances.

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Lakbay Museo offers plenty of local delicacies and goodies. Credits to Lakbay Museo.


What is unique about Lakbay Museo compared to other museums in the country is that it offers food and goodies inside the interactive halls. Those who wish to taste local delicacies or to take home some goodies for their loved ones have several items to choose from. Different stalls inside the museums sell Filipino products good for merienda or pasalubong

Plus, every ticket includes 12 chips that can be used in case you want to buy goodies in their “palengke” which cost from 1 to 4 chips each.

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Lakbay Museo displays underwater. Credits to @karlaniiinz via The Hungry Traveler PH


Lakbay Museo showcases the beauty and bounty of Philippine waters. If you are interested in marine biodiversity, you would surely enjoy this section with its finely curated display.

It also calls visitors to take care of the Philippine seas with an installation showing underwater scenes of Western Visayas littered with plastic bottles.

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Market display at Lakbay Museo is made of recycled materials. Credits to S Maison Conrad.


Aside from promoting the Filipino culture and the Philippines, the interactive museum raises environmental awareness by maximizing the use of recycled materials into most of its displays such as plastic bottles, old tires, rubber slippers, and other waste products.

Visitors would enjoy checking the dried fish, tinapa and other market products without worrying about the smell since they are just life-like replicas made of recycled materials.

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With its picture-perfect setup, Lakbay Museo would be a perfect backdrop for Millennials and the Generation Z who love posting on Instagram.

Apart from its cultural promotion and pro-environment commitment, Lakbay Museo also supports Filipino workers, local artisans, out-of-school youth and local entrepreneurs.

Lakbay Museo is located at the ground floor of S Maison at Conrad Manila in Pasay City. The interactive museum will open to the public on July 12. Regular tickets cost Php 799 for walk-ins. Book online to get Php 100 discount.

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Atom Pornel is a tourism and broadcast journalism major who loves local art and heritage and is passionate about anything good news from the Philippines. Born from a Bicolano-Odionganon father and Waray mother, he has grown appreciation of our diversity as nation.