Travelbuddies: Pinto Art Museum

Our Manila invasion really took me to places. I unfolded few things about myself that I never have imagined I am capable of. It gave me a chance to totally know myself, the side of me who is determined to pursue a goal so I could make my travel experience to its fullest.
My travel buddy and I made a list of places to visit. Though we have limited time, it didn't dishearten us to go on.

Pinto Art Museum is on the list and we agreed to have it as our first destination. Pinto Art Museum (PAM) is an assemblage of over 300 modern paintings, sculptures, and art installations by various local artists. It is located at 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal. Pinto, the Filipino word for door, serves as the gateway for modern and contemporary art. (WikiPilipinas) 

 The place is likened to Santorini in Greece because of the white-painted brick houses where all the artworks are displayed. Upon entering the small steel door, you would be thrilled to see the vastness and fullness of the area which increases your excitement of what awaits you inside. Just like what happened to me, you'll fall in great bewilderment, especially on deciding where to go first. Every art aficionado will certainly find the place splendidly fruitful of art pieces. The artworks can take you to time travel.

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