The gorgeous candidates of Binibining Pilipinas 2023 visited on February 27 the equally-beautiful Art In Island: The Media Square, which recently reopened to the public after undergoing renovation.
The girls took a break from the usual pageant events to immerse in the breathtaking state-of-the-art attractions in the largest mixed media museum in the Philippines.
Upon entering the museum, the candidates were welcomed by the sight of a beguiling virtual waterfall and a floor-to-ceiling display of breathtaking light scenery. The ladies were in awe of the projected images that overlay highly detailed hand paintings of the natural topography, which range from under the seascape to the wonders of the jungle.
The Binibinis also enjoyed the array of interactive wall paintings, where they took fun and playful photos for their social media feeds.
“The competition is long and challenging, so we give the Binibinis some time to have fun and loosen up through this experience. This break is also an opportunity for them to bond more with their Binibini sisters,” BPCI Head Gines Enriquez said.
The revamped The Art In Island: The Media Square, located along 15th Avenue in Quezon City, reopened in December 2022. Its latest offerings were made in collaboration with renowned artists and digital experts from South Korea.