ICPIH 2024 – Useful information

Below, you’ll discover valuable useful information regarding hotels, restaurants, citytrips, musea and airlines for the 8th International Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health.


Our guests can choose from a selection of hotels for their stay during the 8th International Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health.

We have negotiated special rates for you when you book one of these different hotels near the conference venue.

Please make your hotel reservation through our website to ensure the cheapest price.


You can book your flights via our preferred carriers and their various airlines: Skyteam & Lufthansa


We are thrilled to unveil the carefully selected restaurants that will tantalize your taste buds and complement your conference experience.

LocationSelected RestaurantsGoogle Map Directions
Festival Mallhttps://bit.ly/filinvestlifemallshttps://bit.ly/3SIsPBl
Alabang Town Centerhttps://bit.ly/ayalamallsPHhttps://bit.ly/4bF1mt9
Molito Lifestyle Centerhttps://bit.ly/MolitoLifestyleCenterhttps://bit.ly/3uCosjs


Top activities to experience while in Manila.

The Dessert MuseumAn aesthetic delight, The Dessert Museum is a paradise for Instagram enthusiasts like us. We adored the cute dessert decorations and each uniquely themed room. Their friendly staff took high-quality DSLR pictures in each dessert room, available for purchase afterward. Bonus sweet treats and cupcakes in some rooms were a delightful surprise, with the Jumping Cloud room being our favorite! This clean, well-maintained space is worth visiting with friends and family – we can’t commend the experience enough.
Intramuros Manila TourThe Intramuros Manila Tour is a fantastic journey into the past. The accommodating staff enhances the experience. It grants access to all-time favorites including Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, Casa Manila Museum, and Museo de Intramuros. This enriching experience is definitely worth a revisit and highly recommended for history buffs. Can’t wait for our next trip!
Intramuros BambikeExploring on the famous Intramuros Bambike was a blast – a must-do for every visitor! We had a fun and enlightening tour, getting to learn new aspects of history. The bamboo bikes were not only comfortable and safe, but their charm added an extra dimension to the experience. There was also the delightful free ice cream at the end. Plus, knowing that this organization supports local charities will surely warm your hearts. We definitely recommend this tour for everyone, and don’t forget to take home some adorable bamboo toys as souvenirs!
The Mind MuseumThe Mind Museum is a must-visit! With interactive and educational exhibits, it not only captivated our interests but also sparked our curiosity. It’s far from your ordinary museum – you get to engage all your senses, making learning incredibly fun. We highly recommend this immersive and enlightening experience for kids and the young at heart.
Food Wanderer x Lakbay MuseoFood Wanderer x Lakbay Museo offers an immersive, Instagram-worthy exploration of the Philippines’ rich culture and traditions. A two-hour tour feels like a warm and welcoming journey across the entire country. Exceptional service from the staff makes the experience truly worth every penny. It’s a unique, value-for-money experience not to be missed!
Casa Manila MuseumCasa Manila Museum in Intramuros offers a captivating journey into the past. This Spanish colonial period-styled building presents a glimpse of the lavish lifestyle of a rich Filipino family during the Spanish era. The museum’s three floors offer a fascinating self-guided tour through guest rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and even antique toilets. It’s an Instagrammable location but remember no flash photography or video recording. A visit here is a step back in time that should not be missed!
Binondo Food CrawlTaking a Binondo Food Crawl is an epicurean adventure unlike any other! As the world’s oldest Chinatown, Binondo blends traditional and modern Chinese cuisines into a tantalizing food paradise. The red walkways guide you through Manila’s vibrant heritage, with ancient architecture and dragon-hugged lamp posts adding to its charm. This food crawl offers an unmissable opportunity to explore the best food spots and relish delightful oriental dishes. The Binondo Food Crawl is simply a must-do for foodies!
Manila Super Yacht CruiseThe Manila Super Yacht Cruise offers an exquisite journey of luxury and sophistication amidst the panoramic Manila Bay. This unparalleled experience lets you bask in the opulence of a private yacht while soaking in the breathtaking metro views. This extravagant adventure is a once-in-a-lifetime indulgence that is worth every moment. Highly recommended for those seeking a lavish and memorable experience!
Manila Ocean ParkThe Manila Ocean Park is the first oceanarium in the Philippines and one of the largest in Southeast Asia. It is located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila and is a popular tourist destination in the city. So if you are looking for fun things to do in Manila, this one one stop for your list.


We have compiled a list of the must-visit museums in Manila.

The Mind MuseumSituated in the thriving business district of Bonifacio Global City, The Mind Museum, a marvel of modern architecture, offers a unique fusion of science and art that captivates both children and adults alike. Open since 2012, this science museum spans a 1.2-hectare space in the J. Y. Campos Park. The Mind Museum is not just great because of the intellectually stimulating exhibits inside. The museum’s design is also noteworthy, as it’s inspired by cellular structure and growth, that mesmerizes its visitors. Ed Calma, the architect behind this masterpiece, incorporated sustainable features like a solar reflective exterior, natural wind ventilation, and rainwater flow drainage, making the museum a shining example of ecological responsibility.
Ayala MuseumDive into the rich tapestry of Philippine history and culture at the Ayala Museum, located in the heart of Makati. Privately run by the Ayala Foundation since its establishment in 1967, the museum serves as a grand repository of archaeological, ethnographic, historical, fine arts, numismatic, and ecclesiastical exhibits. One of the best museums in Manila, this treasure trove came to life via the brilliant mind of Philippine abstract painter Fernando Zóbel de Ayala y Montojo and is a testament to the power of art in narrating the nation’s story.
Metropolitan Museum of Manila - BGCNext up on the list of museums in Manila worth visiting is the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, affectionately known as the ‘M’. Established in 1976, the ‘M’ has solidified its reputation as the Philippines’ premier space for modern and contemporary visual arts, both local and international. Originally located in the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex along Roxas Boulevard in Manila, the M found a new home in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. The ‘M’ is more than just an art museum; it’s a vibrant platform where cutting-edge creativity converges with cultural heritage, where the local meets the global, and where timeless art dialogues with contemporary perspectives.
Yuchengco MuseumAnother Manila museum to check out is the Yuchenco Museum, also located in Makati City. The museum opened to help build a deeper appreciation for local and international art.
Omniverse MuseumWith an expansive collection of authentic memorabilia from beloved comic books, movies, novels, and TV series, the Omniverse Museum a pop culture haven that transcends generations. But the Omniverse Museum isn’t just about reliving your favorite fandoms. Spanning an impressive 3,500 square meters, the museum offers a dynamic and interactive journey through the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics, and humanities. Visitors are treated to life-sized displays and a futuristic atmosphere that inspire a sense of awe and wonder, nurturing a thirst for knowledge and discovery.
Museum of Contemporary Art and DesignHoused in the neo-classically styled Agriculture and Commerce Building, the National Museum of Natural History stands as the Philippines’ premier showcase of natural history. Situated in Rizal Park, Manila, this magnificent edifice, designed by architect Antonio Toledo in the 1930s, invites visitors to embark on a journey through the country’s rich natural heritage.
National Museum of Fine ArtsBrimming with artistic excellence, the National Museum of Fine Arts is an unmissable landmark for any art enthusiast. This vast space comprises 29 galleries and hallway exhibitions, housing remarkable creations by 19th-century Filipino masters, National Artists, and prominent modern painters, sculptors, and printmakers. The museum has an expansive collection, enriched by art loans from various government institutions, organizations, and individuals. All in all, the National Museum of Fine Arts will offer a diverse and comprehensive view of Filipino artistic heritage.
National Museum of Natural History
Upside Down Museum


Below is a comprehensive overview of activities to explore in Tagaytay.

Ride the Ferris Wheel at Sky Ranch TagaytayBrimming with exhilarating rides, delightful eateries, and magnificent views of the Taal Volcano, Sky Ranch Tagaytay is a joy for all ages. This five-hectare park offers a thrilling array of attractions, from horseback riding to exciting rides. Its seamless ticketing process and “ride all you can” promo ensure an effortless and memorable experience. It’s more than just a leisure park – it’s an unforgettable day of family fun!
Visit ParadizooImmerse yourself in the natural beauty of Paradizoo. This tranquil sanctuary offers close encounters with a variety of animals, an enlightening butterfly garden with insights into their metamorphosis, and the serenity of the Flower Garden. While some areas are still bouncing back from recent challenges, the ambiance and scenery remain captivating. With future improvements, this place promises an even more enchanting experience upon your return. Paradizoo is a charming encounter with nature that leaves visitors longing for more.
Experience Qiwellness Living Spa and DiningBask in the sublime blend of old and new at Qiwellness Living Spa, just two hours from Manila. Nestled on a Tagaytay ridge, this spa combines centuries-old architecture with modern design, creating a unique ambiance overlooking Taal Lake. Upon arrival, you’re greeted with a ceremonial gong, before indulging in a revitalizing 75-minute massage and exclusive pool time. The package, perfect for couples, is completed with a sumptuous meal at the renowned Teahouse. This haven of tranquility and culinary delight promises an unforgettable retreat from city life.
Go to Zoori at Residence InnExperience a perfect blend of nature and wildlife at Zoori. With an extraordinary view of Taal Volcano, Zoori offers a wealth of animal attractions, from the Serpentarium and Eagles Ridge to the Aviary and general zoo grounds. Highlights include the entertaining animal show, spiced up with magical performances. For thrill-seekers, Zoori provides a unique chance to take on an exhilarating bike zip or cable car ride, offering panoramic views of the iconic Taal Volcano. This is a place where adventure and nature converge.
Head over to Tagaytay Picnic GroveEmbrace the joy of outdoor living at Tagaytay Picnic Grove, where the beauty of Taal Lake unfolds right before your eyes. This scenic spot offers picnic tables, gazebos, and huts for rent, with options to cook and grill on-site. Its facilities extend to an eco-trail, horseback riding circuit, open field for kite flying or badminton, zipline, souvenir shops, and food stalls. New additions to the Picnic Grove include a multi-level parking space, Sky Walk, observation deck, and business spaces. While certain areas require upgrades, the overall improvements make it worth revisiting. A true haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
Check out Sonya’s GardenJust a short drive from the city center of Tagaytay, Sonya’s Garden offers an intimate and secluded experience that’s been charming visitors since 1998. This rustic haven, bedecked with charming decorations in every corner, has a warm and inviting ambiance that welcomes guests like long-time friends. What started as a simple garden restaurant has now transformed into a multi-dimensional venue, housing a bed-and-breakfast, spa, bakery, wedding venue, apothecary, souvenir shop, and furniture store. Every product and service, meticulously crafted, has succeeded in building a strong following and loyal customer base.
Palace in the SkyOriginally an unfinished mansion from 1981, the People’s Park in the Sky is now an urban park perched atop a mountain, offering a breathtaking panorama of the lush lowlands. The park, conceived to host the visiting US President Ronald Reagan, never saw its completion but has since been transformed into a view deck. Palace in the Sky features a charming chapel, a garden, souvenir shops, and food stalls. Despite needing some upkeep and improvements, the views from People’s Park make it a worth-visiting spot in Tagaytay.
Fantasy World, LemeryUnfinished yet operational, Fantasy World might not rival Disneyland, but it’s a picturesque spot that appeals to those with a taste for the whimsical or the grim. Its abandoned aesthetic has made it a favorite location for unique prenup shoots. Though the rides no longer function, the park retains an allure, offering up an intriguing mix of charm and nostalgia that stirs a yearning for what might have been. This intriguing place is perfect for capturing memorable photos.
CrosswindsA rising weekend destination, Crosswinds presents a slice of Switzerland right in the heart of Tagaytay. This 100-hectare Swiss-inspired landscape, lush with 20,000 pine trees, features residential zones, eateries, specialty shops, and even staycation options. Popular attractions include NAPA, which channels Napa Valley’s vineyard ambiance, and The Ruined Project, a uniquely designed café that became a hit despite its unplanned path. Whether for a meal at Cafe Voila or a photo-op at the Windmill, Crosswinds offers an enchanting escape.
La VeryOl’s Kawa BathBorrowing the tradition from Antique, La VeryOl Mountain View Garden offers a novel spa attraction: the Kawa Bath. Set amidst lush slopes, this family-managed spa not only provides a picturesque setting but also a unique relaxation experience. Here, guests can enjoy a dip in large cooking vat-like baths, massages, and excellent dining options. With four veranda rooms available, one could opt for an overnight stay or simply a day tour. Remember, visits are strictly by appointment, ensuring a serene and personal retreat.

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