Lakbay Museo at S Maison Overview
I received an invite to the media preview of a new museum at S Maison Conrad Manila a few days ago, but unfortunately because of #momnesia I was not able to come. I just learned about it when I saw some post of co-mommy blogger friends. I’m referring to LAKBAY MUSEO.
As a homeschooling family, I really want to bring my son there and see what they offer. Since we are at Toycon in SMX the other day, I thought to drop by and see if we can go inside to check it out. I know it will open on July 12, pero nagbakasakali ako 🙂
I am soooo thankful that after I told them that I was not able to come to the media’s sneak preview, they let us in to check out the place.
Lakbay Museo is the most interactive and most informative museum about the Philippines. Visitors can smell, taste and even play with their exhibits to maximize the fun while learning all about our motherland.
ENTRANCE FEE: P699 if you’ll buy online. P799 for walk-in
You have 3 options to use when entering the area: Land (Jeep), Airplane (air -with slides), or vinta (water). Ren chose the airplane because of the slide haha.
Lakbay Museo will give you a glimpse of 11 regions in the Philippines. This museum allows you to travel, experience, and take IG-worthy photos from all over around the Philippines without having to leave Manila!
Lakbay Museo also offers to satisfy your feed thru different Filipino cuisines! Have a taste of the classic Filipino vinegar, a feast of the Philippine dried fish, a sniff and sip of various Philippine coffees, and the unique sensation of bagoong.
Visitors can feast their eyes on more than 600 dishes from 13 famous regional cuisines, and learn through the wide- set diorama of regional livelihood and local products.
Lakbay Museo was built on the foundation of environment conservation. Nearly all of the exhibits were constructed using 4,560 old and used rubber slippers and scrapped materials, 328 old rubber tires, 453 old car mats, and a variety of recyclable materials. The museum also provides job opportunities to out of school youths, non- professionals, local artists, disabled persons, and senior citizens.
What are chips for? You can buy food in their market area using the chips that are included with your ticket purchase (food ranges from 1-4 chips). If you want more, you could simply buy some at Villarica booth inside the area.
PWD and Seniors can get a ticket discount.
What I like about the place beside being IG worthy and learning about the various culture, food of some of the regions in the Philippines, is that they managed to include hard to find items in their collection. Plus they have an app wherein you’ll learn about the food on the table if you will scan the card.
Thank you Lakbay Museo for welcoming us 🙂
LAKBAY MUSEO PH
LOCATION: Level 1, S Maison, Marina Way, Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City, Philippines 1300
OPENING HOURS: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Last Tour starts at 9:00 PM
Aiko Padilla says
Ganda jan mams.. ? daming daing ? kahit medyo pricey marami ka rin malalaman… Gusto ko sa Batanes pangarap ko dun pumunta… ???
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may palacpac says
uy bago to? or is this a revamped Exploreum? it was the only museum we saw when we were there years ago.
anyway, talaga? may taste test, interesting. sana yung sausages, meron din taste test, hihihi!
Mommy Levy says
mga sauce lang meron taste test haha.
Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen says
Ang ganda! Sayang di kami nakapunta dyan…
Going through your your post is like a feast of senses!
though it’s pricey but worth the experience.. nakaka gutom ang foods pinoy na pinoy
I so regret not being able to join this tour, with all your beautiful photos! Sana we all get a chance to visit it soon.
Charley's mommy says
Price can be such a challenge, but i think it’s worth it naman. ?
Anne Chronicles says
Omg! I can’t wait to go!☺️
Excited to go here. The husband and I vowed to teach our kids more about Filipino culture and history, so this is a must visit for us. Can’t wait 🙂
Nice place for field trip para maiba naman. How much kaya entrance for students? May discount ba?
Mommy Levy says
ang alam ko lang senior and PWD, dapat meron ding students
Quennie Gavan says
We have a schedule to visit next week! We are excited!
Nakakatuwa naman itong exhibition na ‘to, may food. (Basta pagkain talaga eh, haha!) Try nga namin bisitahin ito one time. 🙂
Teresa Dumadag says
I would love to bring my kids here also for a field trip!
Wow!! Looks great but it’s a bit pricey i hope they can lower the entrance fee to make it more affordable,
Oh wow! Ganda! Kahit bata mag eenjoy jan! ?
I meant, kahit hindi bata. ?
The museum looks nice but I find it expensive, good thing may chips na kasama for food. I hope my son’s school include this on their school field trip.
Price is a bit too high don’t you think? I hope they can make it more affordable.
Mommy Levy says
Yes napansin ko din yan. 2 Hours sa loob, but you can get free food which is included sa ticket. I think this is good for curious soul, but you will not return to try it again.
Jessica bathan says
Pamprobinsya talaga ang food ang galing naman ng gumawa ng museum na to mommy levy. Mukhang nagenjoy din si Ren.
Mommy Levy says
sobra, naku nakisayaw pa yan