Riding the Jeemo (Party Jeep)

Jeemo-1Last evening, I had the opportunity to experience a party/limousine-style jeepney, aptly dubbed, Jeemo.

For those of you who don’t know, a jeepney is the common land transportation vehicle here in the Philippines. More commonly called jeep, its design is derived from military vehicles created by Jeep (the automobile manufacturer) in World War II. The modern jeep can accommodate up to 22 passengers; it is thus, a public utility vehicle (PUV). Moreover, it is a striking material culture of the Philippines.

Going back to the Jeemo, its creators took the PUV jeepney and overhauled it into an enclosed vehicle complete with a karaoke system and in-vehicle refreshments. The inside is adorned with neon and disco lights, thus the “Party Jeep” moniker.

The Jeemo includes amenities that are guaranteed to give you and your friends a grandiose experience, fit for your exuberant and lavish lifestyles. The Jeemo is equipped with a plasma television screen that plays countless movie titles and a videoke equipment system that contains a wide variety of songs from local and foreign artists. To top it all off, The Jeemo boasts of a top-of-the-line sound system, with matching dazzling lighting effects, that is sure to make you groove to the music. Our music library features thousands of songs. You will truly live like a star inside The Jeemo.

It also has a variety of connectors and chargers for almost all units of mobile phones. For sustenance, The Jeemo is outfitted with a mini-fridge that will chill your favorite beverages. Lastly, a chauffeur is provided who will be at your disposal to make sure you get to your destination safe and on time.

via Tours and Trips in Baguio – Jeemo | Party Jeep

Clients can rent the Jeemo for a luxurious trip around Baguio City. The Jeemo’s itineraryincludes Baguio Botanical Garden, Baguio Cathedral, Bell Church, Burnham Park, Camp John Hay, Lourdes Grotto, Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary, Mines View Park, Mt. Santo Tomas, Philippine Military Academy, Tam-awan Village, The Mansion, and Wright Park.

Below is a vlog that I made, including my experience riding the Jeemo:

The best part about riding the Jeemo?

  • No air pollution (because it’s an enclosed vehicle).
  • Available and scrumptious food.
  • Thirst-quenching drinks.
  • You can sing your worries away via the in-vehicle karaoke system.
  • You feel like a celebrity with the type of experience it gives you.

If ever you have plans to set foot in Baguio City, you might want to consider riding the Jeemo. You can get in contact with the Jeemo and assess their rates and services through their website.

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Recis Dempayos

Budding YouTuber / vlogger, occasional blogger, aspiring multimedia artist.

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