The Philippines is a hotbed of Burning Man enthusiasts, but there’s nothing quite like spending an evening with your friends and fellow travellers.
The event attracts thousands of people from around the world who camp out in tents and caravans, with many of them sharing stories about what it was like to be there.
The Philippine Convention and Visitors Bureau says it’s worth spending the day in the city, with a host of free activities to go along with the bonfire.
You can rent a room for $10 a night, which is cheaper than staying at a hotel, and you can check out an arts and crafts centre or even host a party with some friends.
This article was updated on February 10 to reflect the fact that Burning Man has been suspended indefinitely.