Skip to main content

Foreign SEABA Players and What They Should Try While They’re in the Philippines

Southeast Asia Basketball Association (SEABA) is a subzone of FIBA Asia consisting of countries from Southeast Asia. This year will be its 12th Championship and will serve as the qualifying tournament for the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup. This will be held from 12 to 18 May 2017 in this year’s host country, Philippines.

Foreign players were expected to come a week or days before their actual game, so they will have plenty of time to prepare and adjust in their new environment. They will probably consider exploring the country and make their stay memorable as possible.

Here are a few things they must try while they’re in the Philippines!


There are a lot of spectacular places and magnificent man-made structures to visit in the country that's just waiting to captivate the eyes and the hearts of foreign people. The UNESCO World Heritage Site; Banaue Rice Terraces; the well-preserved Spanish-style architecture in the historic town of Vigan, Ilocos Sur; one of the oldest churches in the country, San Agustin Church in Paoay Ilocos Norte; the volcano with the most perfect cone shape, Mt. Mayon in Legazpi, Albay; the unique land formation of Chocolate Hills in Bohol and many more...


If players are longing for the beach waves and cold breeze, Philippines just happen to have it all. Since it is a beautiful country made up of more than 7,000 islands, players might want to chill out in the most famous beaches in the country like Boracay island in Aklan, Pagupud beach in Iloscos Norte, Mactan Island in Cebu and many more. Expect to relax as these remarkable beaches attract you.


All around the country, there are many restaurants offering different mouth-watering Filipino and foreign cuisines like American, Chinese, Indian, Greek, Japanese and French. But it would be a best experience for them to try the weirdest yet very tasty food in the country. Indulge and try Isaw (chicken intestine), Balut (egg: boiled developing bird embryo), Betute (stuffed frog) and many other flavorful dishes to satisfy your taste buds.


Jeepney is the most used public land transportation in the Philippines and is one of the cultural signs of the country. It has two benches facing each other and can carry 18-22 passengers. It is most likely recognizable since this type of vehicle has a lot of colors and unique styles. To get familiarized with the place from the Filipino’s perspective and to see how they communicate, Jeepneys are a fantastic way to explore the country and riding it is a must.

Popular posts from this blog

DIRECTORY: Basketball Courts For Rent in Manila

Village Sports Club -
Address: El Grande Avenue corner Tropical Avenue, Topman Village
Las Piñas
Metro Manila
Philippines Time: Tuesdays to Sundays 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM Phone: 822-1000 Local: 232 / 233 Mobile: 0917-801-2094 or 0998-586-9321 Type: Maple wood flooring (supplied by Robbins Sports Surfaces), Covered Rate: Php 2,000 per hour Local: 822-1000 local 232/233

Rancho 3 Basketball Court Address: 3 Rancho
Metro Manila
Philippines Type: Cement Rate: Php 200 per hour

10 Hottest PBA Courtside Reporters

It's a good thing that these ladies weren't ranked in this video. Not only will it be too difficult, it will also be too unjust.

As the games in the PBA start heating up and the country is getting all the more hotter, these PBA courtside reporters isn't at all helping and is keeping the PBA smoldering hot. PBA and TV5 has done a great job in aqcuiring these intelligent and attractive courtside reporters.

Vice Ganda was Video Recording Calvin Abueva During the Game, What’s up with them?

Si Calvin Abueva ba ang bagong boyfriend ni Vice Ganda? via YouTube CrunchTime PH MoreThe post Vice Ganda was Video Recording Calvin Abueva During the Game, What's up with them? appeared first on Powcast Sports.


Directory: Different Sports Stores in the Philippines

It is indeed obvious that the Philippines is considered as one of the House of Sports around the world. 
Here's the list of different sports store located in the Pearl of Orient (Philippines): 
Nike Philippines Incorporated
Nike is the most valued brand among sport industries; it caters anything you think of about sports mostly apparels, equipment, accessories and services. Over the years, Nike manufactured basketball shoes, running shoes, as well as every day sneakers. Nike also becomes one of the world’s major providers of athletic shoes and apparel as well as equipment. Tag Line: Just Do It Address: 6784 Ayala Avenue, Ayala 1226 Contact Number: (02) 848 9851

NIKE - GREENBELT 5 +63 (02) 7299764 10AM-9PM 2F Greenbelt 5 Greenbelt Dr, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
NIKE - GREENHILLS +63 (02) 7240838 10AM-9PM GF Connecticut Carpark, Greenhills Shopping Center Ortigas Avenue, North WesteRU Street, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines Mandaluyong Cit…

Terrence Romeo Helps TNT in Comeback Win Versus NorthPort

TNT Katropa overcame a 23 point lead by NorthPort to come from behind and get a 104-102 win in thrilling fashion. The Batang Pier relied on their strong opening punch to grab an early advantage in the first quarter. They were extra aggressive on defense which complemented their hot shooting. TNT Katropa had no answer […] MoreThe post Terrence Romeo Helps TNT in Comeback Win Versus NorthPort appeared first on Powcast Sports.