LOOK: Celebrities spend ‘Undas’ vacation out of the country

By: - Reporter
/ 10:37 AM November 01, 2018

Showbiz personality Anne Curtis is having some of the inflight snacks while on the way to Africa. Photo: Anne Curtis-Heussaff / annecurtissmith Instagram

As this year’s “Undas” paved the way for a long weekend, many celebrities took this opportunity to take some break and have a vacation out of the country.

The “Unkaboggable” Vice Ganda is all glammed up for Halloween in Hong Kong as the Queen of Wakanda.


Lovi Poe also shared on her Instagram account that she’s spending a getaway in Hong Kong.

Meanwhile, Anne Curtis and husband Erwan Heussaff are celebrating their first anniversary and “long overdue honeymoon” in Africa.

So far, they have already visited Johannesburg and headed to Zimbabwe next.

The Manzano-Reyes family, on the other hand, are spending the holidays in Japan.

Andi Manzano and GP Reyes’ three-year-old Olivia even strolled in her Godzilla costume in the streets of Tokyo.

Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano with their son Seve are in Europe for the holidays. So far, they already visited France and Netherlands.

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Backdrop is the actual garden Monet used for his paintings. The subjects are my main squeeze.👪

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Former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemates Barbie Imperial, twins Joj and Jai Martin with Alexa Miro flew to Bali, Indonesia for a vacation at the beach.

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single ladies 👭👭♥️ (yung isa malapit na maging taken 👀)

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