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A haircut in one European country averages at almost P4,000!
The cost of living in the Philippines has gotten pretty high over the years. But, at least we have one thing we can rely on to be cheap: haircuts. In fact, according to a new study by NetCredit, the Philippines is one
A biosafety permit, to be exact.
Pretty soon, you might be seeing Golden Rice being sold in stores and supermarkets near you. The genetically modified variant of the grain was officially granted a biosafety permit by the Bureau of Plant Industry of the Department of Agriculture last week.The biosafety
Oh, and Rajo Laurel created all of it in just two days!
“Every time a creative in our country goes out on that global platform, you must represent your country the best way you possibly can," the Filipino fashion designer and nationalist Rajo Laurel says when questioned about the creative process behind his craft to
Nope, it's not a drill—it's happening this July!
The moment we've been waiting for finally crash landed on us—Hyun Bin is having his first online meeting event for his Filipino fans! The confirmation came from Bench's founder, Ben Chan, through an IG video post. The actor shares, "I can't meet you in
Welcome to the land of cacao.
It's official. Davao City is the Chocolate Capital of the Philippines.President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law Republic Act No. 11547 which declares his hometown as the chocolate capital of the country, and the entire Davao Region as the Cacao Capital of the
Plus the other travel hotspots in the top 10!
Looks like the Philippines is primed to be a huge travel spot once COVID-19 goes away. Our beaches and islands have been bagging travel awards left and right, and this time, it’s the entire country that scored a major travel recognition from
According to an international food site.
The Philippines may not exactly be one of the world’s top culinary capitals, but it’s good to know that we’re still in the radar as an off-the-beaten-track destination for food travelers. In fact, a survey conducted by international food website Chef’s Pencil
Are we even surprised at this point?
As of latest count, the Philippines has 7,641 islands spread out in our seas. This means that when there's a contest on the best island, best beaches, or anything ocean-related, we got more than 7,000 entries. So it doesn't come as a
Get closer to nature without having to rough it.
When talking about camping, you'd probably picture scenes from Survivor, Man vs. Wild, or The Island with Bear Grylls. These reality shows, of course, are exaggerated versions of your own camping trips. But sometimes, you just don't want to deal with pitching
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Imagine biking through a picturesque garden!
It's no secret that Iloilo is the walkable city we wish all other Philippine cities could be like—and they're leading the bike-friendly factor as well. That said, plans for a "Green Tunnel" project to add more plants to their cityscape are underway!
Peace has been restored and now people are back to watching K-dramas.
Earlier this week, #cancelkorea was trending on Twitter after a racist remark was made by a Korean netizen on TikTok. The backlash was a result of a tattoo spotted on Filipina TikToker Bella Poarch. The design resembled the Rising Sun flag of
The issue actually started on TikTok.
If you’ve been scrolling through Twitter today, then you may have noticed that the hashtag #cancelkorea is the number one trending topic. ICYMI, this so-called rally against the land of K-drama and K-pop actually started on TikTok.As reported by Koreaboo, it began with
From Oscar-winning films to amusing B movies, seems like the Philippines is a favorite shoot location.
With its exquisite beaches, lush forests, vivid alleyways, rich history, not to mention the semi-ambiguous facial features of its residents, the Philippines is just an open movie set screaming to be used.We're taking a stroll around the country, remembering some of the
Giant bats from the Philippines are the largest in the world.
People on social media are freaking out over photos of giant bats from the Philippines."Just imagine this bat waking up and flying straight at you," says Twitter user @KingLeoRio. "I'd flee the country."Remember when I told y'all about the Philippines having human-sized
It's the largest shark to have ever lived.
The fearsome megalodon shark once lived in the Philippines millions of years ago.A single tooth fossil from the prehistoric giant shark was discovered in Barangay Jandig, Maribojoc, Bohol. It was turned over by the locals to the National Museum in May. The
Expect tourism to reboot and thrive in the post-coronavirus world.
The global tourism industry is on pause after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, and the industry is eagerly awaiting the day it can reopen its doors. According to Forbes, there are seven countries that could become “rising stars” as places of major
Here's where you can go and when.
As Metro Manila eases up public transport and travel restrictions for the General Community Quarantine effective on June 1, here's some good news for people who have been wanting to leave the metro. Cebu Pacific announced on May 30 that select local
Back to work and back to traffic!
A modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) was enforced in the National Capital Region starting last Saturday, May 16. And while that caused traffic congestion over the weekend with the reopening of malls, it looks like more cars are back on the road today, May 18,
Ah, Mother's Day! A day to celebrate your mom's special day with the best of gifts.In the past, that meant a harmless trip to your local bakery or having an elegant bouquet made. After all, it's nothing in comparison to what your mother's