Category: Travel

Category: Travel

Category: Travel

Kalesa

A kalesa (calesa in Spanish) is a horse-drawn carriage which used to be one of the main modes of transportation in the Philippines during the

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Chinatown

The Philippines’ version of Chinatown is located in Binondo, in the downtown part of Manila. Coming from the Intramuros area, you will immediately know that

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Honda Bay

Honda Bay in Puerto Princesa, Palawan is a group of small islands considered as some of the most beautiful in the Philippines. The bay is

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Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera is often hailed as “The Poor Man’s Boracay,” because the accommodations in Galera are definitely cheaper than the ones in Boracay. But this

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Chocolate Hills

The Chocolate Hills is the most famous tourist attraction in the province of Bohol. More than 1,200 perfectly-shaped cone hills are scattered around the municipalities

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Manila Hotel

The Manila Hotel is not just a luxurious, five-star hotel; it is also a historical site going way back in World War II. The sprawling

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Mount Makiling

Mount Makiling in Laguna is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the Philippines. This inactive volcano stands 3576 feet and takes around four

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Camiguin

This pear-shaped volcanic island in the northern coast of Mindanao is a land of unspoiled beauty. Unlike the popular beach destinations in the Philippines, Camiguin

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Pagudpod

This coastal resort town in Ilocos Norte is a haven for tourists who prefer to steer clear of crowded, commercialized beach resorts. Pagudpod’s postcard-pretty sceneries

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Mount Banahaw

Mount Banahaw, which rests on the boundary of Laguna and Quezon, is known not only for its majestic beauty but also for its sacredness to

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