Philippines

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    5 Cultural Spots Near Metro Manila

    January 2, 2018 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

      Contrary to initial belief, the Philippines is a country abounding with culture and heritage that is often overlooked in favor of our South East Asian neighbors. Thanks to the resurgence of conservation groups and the various programs of the Department of Tourism, culture trips are quickly gaining traction in […]

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    Off-The-Beaten Path in Boracay

    December 5, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    By Allison Yates The seven-kilometer long island of Boracay may be tiny, but it leaves a big impression on the reported 1.7 million annual visitors. Located just two kilometers north of Panay Island, one of Boracay’s most famous spots is White Beach, a four-kilometer stretch of powdery sand and crystal […]

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    Things To Do in Wonderful Subic

    November 24, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    Whenever I hear “Subic”, there’s only one thing that pops-up in my mind, “BEACH!” Subic Bay became widely known for its beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters. Aside from beaches, Subic has a lot to offer us. How to get here? Let’s start with how we can reach this wonderful […]

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    5 Kid-Friendly Places to Travel to in the Philippines

    October 31, 2017 7:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    Photo courtesy of lifehacker.com.au The holidays are coming and we suddenly have time to spend vacation with the family but before you get hooked at booking that seat sale going to any of the countries around Asia, why don’t we check out some kid-friendly local tourist spots in our country, […]

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    Bringing Back Heritage Through Rizal Park Hotel

    October 16, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    Rizal Park Hotel is one of the hotels in Manila that has preserved its historical background and significance. This is due to the fact that this particular hotel has been standing in the same location of the Manila Army and Navy Club which was the icon of 1898. This was […]

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    Heritage Sites in Tagbilaran

    September 28, 2017 7:00 pm by Cheenee Otarra

    Bohol has long been associated with natural wonders such as the world-famous Chocolate Hills, marvelous Balicasag dive spot and the white beaches of Panglao. Did you know, though, that this province, which functioned as its own Republic from 1899 to 1900, also boasts of rich cultural heritage assets? Tagbilaran supposedly […]

  • Romblon: Running on Nature

    September 21, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    Romblon’s primary claim to fame may be its booming marble industry that produces world-class crafts, but in recent years, it has made a name for itself in a completely different field. Being a primarily agricultural region, it is very important for the province to preserve its tracts of land for […]

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    Strolling in Historic Marvel at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

    September 19, 2017 7:00 pm by Gabriella Galvez

    Hotel de Oriente standing proudly before the Umangol river “Pride in the past, hope for the future.” Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan remains to be the only resort of its kind in the country, using real reconstructed colonial homes that were transplanted from different provinces across the […]

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    Philippine Fiestas You Can’t Miss This August

    July 18, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    Philippine Festivals or fiestas are always grand events in the Philippines — Complete with colorful costumes, dancing, performances, music, and of course, a celebration of Philippine culture. Fiestas are a spectacle of Filipino talent and creativity that you would surely not want to miss.  Here are five of the biggest […]

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    A Day in LiO: El Nido’s Newest Eco-Tourism Estate

    June 23, 2017 7:00 pm by Gabriella Galvez

    Having been to El Nido, Palawan around four times in the past six years has shown how quickly the landscape has changed, and from my recent visits in the past few months, it’s becoming apparent that these changes aren’t stopping any time soon. One of the changes in El Nido’s […]