Be Bangkok! What’s your Plan Be?

Bangkok is not a destination off the beaten path. From backpackers to business travellers, the Thai capital has attracted visitors for centuries, making it the most visited city in the world. It’s a city, both liberal... Read More

The Be App x Purveyr

We are long-time fans of Purveyr, a brand that aims to positively and creatively influence perspectives of life in the Philippines. Since 2012, they have been promoting contemporary underground culture through snippet... Read More

Neighbourhood Focus: Everton Park is Singapore’s hidden little foodie enclave.

Very few of the original establishments in Everton Park still serve their initial purpose. It is amazing to see, that amidst the drastic cultural makeovers the neighbourhood had gone through, it still managed to keep ... Read More

Brewing inspiration in Manila: D’ Cup Coffee Republic in Mandaluyong

OK first things first—a day does not start until the first cup. However, in the age where coffee shops mushroom from one corner to another, a cup of joe is not anymore enough. To ace the coffee game, cafes must realiz... Read More

Get inspired: Indie Un-film Festival

“Films are a great avenue for the youth to express themselves and what they stand for.” – Cherry Yao and Jenni Wee, state the importance of film for millennials as the project heads from the DLSU Green Media Gro... Read More

Exhibit opening at the Pineapple Lab featuring “The Undercurrent: 30 Artists under 30”

“Any art you make is an extension of yourself, your present, your past experiences and your hopes for the future.” – Fiona Lazaro, the 23-year-old Gallery and Events Manager for Pineapple Lab explain... Read More

Neighborhood focus: Poblacion beyond the bright lights

Poblacion translates to “town” or “population” in Spanish, a name usually used to refer to a municipality’s center of trade, religion and government. With a rich cultural past, Poblacion has indeed lived up to its nam... Read More

Community chat: Felipe and Sons in Salcedo

Some of the worst mistakes in life come in a form of a bad haircut. Nothing beats that feeling of helplessness and defeat when you step out of those glass doors looking like a “balut”. Whether we admit it ... Read More

Neighborhood focus: Treats and eats in Chino Roces

To a random commuter, Chino Roces (also known as Pasong Tamo) could be a dreadful 6-kilometer stretch of pure traffic and chaos, but to someone who can spare a few moments to stop and observe while waiting for the go ... Read More