The habit of attending premiere transport shows date back to 2008. Back then, it was my first time to watch the Transport Show, which at that time, the first event was held at the Megatrade Hall, Bldg B at the SM Megamall in Ortigas Center. I still recall that the show run from April 16-20, 2008. Since then, my son and I would make it a point to visit the car shows as much as we can.
The Transport Show has served as a venue not only to car enthusiasts but also for photographers who are interested to shoot cars and hot models. Events such as this can also help to promote automotive craftsmanship.
This year 2014 marks the Transport Show’s 23rd year. The event will feature the first Philippine-made concept sports cars, fire truck fever,rescue rides, indoor drifting, generations of cars and many more car related exhibits.
The 23rd Phoenix Trans Sport Show will happen on May 22-25 at the SMX Convention Center is organized by Tradeshow International. Ticket prices are P100 for adults, P80 for Senior and P50 for children 10 years and below. It is free for children 3 years old and below.
Kit is a self-taught photographer who possesses an insatiable desire to capture and freeze through his lens remarkable moments that revolve around travel, food, sports and special events.
A registered nurse by profession, Kit traces back his passion for visual media when his camera has become his constant companion to his various medical missions and travels.
His photographic works can be viewed at the TheSideTripper.com and Imahe.net, website he established that feature collections of photographs and blogs about the many travel and food tripping adventures of his family and friends.
He also undertakes freelance assignments for online and print publications, most recently at Motorcycle Magazine where he is a contributor.
He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Balanghai” theme to symbolize One Town One Product (OTOP) The Sikat Pinoy National Trade Fair (NTF) 2017 will be held from December 6 to 10, 2017 at the Megatrade Halls in SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City. This year’s edition of the Sikat Pinoy National Trade Fair will have the “balanghai” as its centerpiece. Beyond its function […]
“Make sure you don’t take any side trips,” warns Schumler, from a phrase in the 1993 American film Swing Kids. If you are someone who does not have time to lose, then it is better for you to stick to your main agenda, because there is something about side tripping that submerges the soul in experiences that sometimes make you hope that time would stand still, as the experiences they bring can be more impactful than the main trip itself. It is that free flowing agenda, an unexpected sleepover or a detour that has unintentionally brought pleasant surprises. You can live without it, like you can eat a cake without its icing, but your journey may not be as meaningful. If travel is the ‘best medicine for the heart’,* then for me, side trips are secret ingredients to the most memorable travels and other events that can happen in between or off the main route of one’s itineraries. Welcome to Side Tripper, a collection of photographs and blogs about the many side trip adventures of our family and friends. *Source: The Global Commission on Aging and Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, in partnership with the U.S. Travel Association (Los Angeles Times, December 17, 2013 by Chris Erskine)