Brasilia is the capital and one of the most beautiful places in Brazil, not because of its beaches, but because of the city’s unique modern architectural structures. It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer and has an airplane-like shape when seen from above.
Good news for Filipinos! It is visa-free to go to Brazil.
HOW TO GET THERE: We took a flight from Suriname to Brazil that costs us about 350 US to 400 US per person (return). It includes a connecting flight of about 1 to 2 hours to Belem and another one-hour flight to Brasilia.
Trying Griletto’s Contrafilé Grelhado (Grilled Ribeye) at the Conjunto Nacional Mall in Brasilia. It was a little weird that they mixed fries with rice, but all in all, it was delicious. 😀
One of the most unforgettable experiences I had in Brasilia was dining at Porcão, known as one of the top restaurants in Brazil.