Articles about All Saints Day

You may soon drive between Mamplasan and Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road in 10 minutes
Drive safe out there
It's that time of year again. If you're going to be one of the countless motorists heading out of town for the All Saints' and Souls' holiday, you'll be glad to know that Petron has your back: The oil
Take note
If you're planning to go out of town this long weekend, then you should factor in this bit of motoring news: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that the number-coding scheme will be suspended for four days during
Are you prepared?
Heads-up: The All Saints' and All Souls' holidays are happening next week. And as always during this time of year, everyone should expect the heavy traffic and long lines that go hand-in-hand with the long break.To help Filipinos
No rest for traffic personnel
Undas is still a week away, but the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has already begun its preparations for the upcoming holiday period. Task Force Special Operations members are currently clearing roads, while Metro Parkway Clearing Group staff are taking care of
Let's hope this doesn’t fall on deaf ears
There's about two weeks left before the All Saints' Day holiday weekend, meaning we have roughly 14 days left to prepare of the annual October/November traffic nightmare that's scarier than the whole Conjuring franchise.In anticipation of Undas 2018,
Anything to honor his memory
Just like any family that lost a loved one, the kin of the late race car driver Enzo Pastor are doing their best to remember him this All Souls' Day. Pastor was shot dead in Quezon City on June 12 this year,
Specifically for All Saints’ Day weekend
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has released its traffic-management plan around the vicinity of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, and it begins today, October 30, to Tuesday, November 4:* Vehicles coming from the old Domestic Airport and going toward EDSA will
Happy driving, then
With All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day coinciding with the weekend, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will be lifting the number-coding scheme on October 31, Friday, "to give consideration to motorists who will be traveling to the provinces" for the
  • TGP Rating:

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    Starts at ₱