Esquire Philippines‘ Travel Issue takes on a distinctive slant—not so much on destinations, but rather the experience of getting there, wherever that is.
“You must give yourself fully to the experience, take the long road, so to speak – and not always with any particular destination in mind,” says Editor-in-Chief Erwin Romulo.
“You must allow yourself to wander. In fact, you should make it a point to get lost.”
Headlining this month’s issue is one of the country’s most well-known yet enigmatic businessmen and president of San Miguel Corporation, Ramon Ang, as he talks about amassing wealth, managing people, and expanding the business without fear.
Found in this issue is a guide to the best places on earth and a manual to a stylish life, complete with the skills, tips, and knowledge every man needs to look and be at his best when you’re out to see the world.
Esquire contributing editor Celine Lopez tells us what makes Amanpulo a really special place, beyond its celebrity-soaked shores. “Everything in this well-groomed island just works. The neon blue water, the blinding white sand, the coral dappled sunsets, the long sunny days and the cool evenings all make any honeymoon or family trip memorable,” she writes.
Plus, food and drinks editor Erwan Heussaff pens an article on how to drink like you know what you’re doing—whether in Paris, London, Bangkok, New York, or Hong Kong.
Also featured in September’s Woman We Love is Kelly Misa, the brief history of Martial Law and the rise of sex flicks during its time, Esquire’s 2012 Car Awards, and more.
The September issue of Esquire Philippines is available in newsstands and bookstores nationwide at Php 195.
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