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This Island Resort in Palawan Boasts of Water Villas with Glass Floors

You don't need to fly to the Maldives to experience this luxury retreat.
The inspiration for the lush, 18-hectare Sunlight Eco Tourism Island Resort started from something—or rather someone—fairly small: a 10-year-old girl with an incredible ambition to create paradise. The young girl’s dream soon became her father’s goal—and eventually, an achievement. At the time of
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6 Dreamy Local Resorts With Water Villas Similar to the Maldives'

These should definitely be added to your bucket list.
Ever dreamt of experiencing the magic that is the Maldives only to have that dream cut short by the harsh realization that is the consequent travel expenses? Don’t fret, because you can still get your summertime happy-ever-after without having to leave the
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7 IG-Worthy Beaches with the Finest White Sand in the Philippines

Explore these lesser known yet equally beautiful beaches across the country.
This summer, beach #content is queen. If you want to stand out from the pack or just go on vacation away from the crowds in Boracay, Siargao, and the usual suspects, here are seven white sand beaches from Luzon to Mindanao that
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You Can Soon Fly Direct to the Charming Island of Marinduque

Plus, the special seat sale is just too tempting!
Summer is just a month (or maybe even weeks) away and you're probably busy planning your next getaway. But don't settle for the usual tourist destinations just yet! Cebu Pacific, which is having a month-long seat sale, will start flying direct from
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7 Places in the Philippines Where You Can Go Skinny Dipping

Bare it all!
Lately, Aubrey Miles really has us thinking: Why not go skinny dipping? There's something innately thrilling about swimming in the nude—for one, it's not something typically done on most beaches, and second, baring skin that's usually hidden is an adventure in itself.
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5 Reasons to Visit the Beach in Batangas Where We Shot Our March Cover

Introducing your new fave summer spot.
Preview's March 2018 cover sees Janine Gutierrez frolicking in the picturesque, crystal-clear waters of Virgin Beach Resort in Laiya, Batangas! This is one seaside pin you've got to see in the flesh. A new fave vacation spot on your list, perhaps? Below, we give you five
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10 Stunning Airbnbs to Book for a Romantic Vacation

Up for a grand gesture? Book an island just for the two of you!
Celebrate Valentine's Day with a quick getaway with your loved one. Nevermind the fuss of booking a table at a crowded restaurant; instead, spend some quality time in these romantic Airbnbs around the country! Below, we've curated a list that you can
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These Philippine Beaches Are on TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Lists

Another point for the homeland!
The Philippines' beaches have long been revered as some of the best in the world—no bias!—but it's only lately that they're getting the worldwide recognition they 100% deserve. Remember how Conde Nast Traveler named Palawan 2016's most beautiful island in the world?
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Here’s Why Siargao Deserves a Spot on Your Travel Bucket List

FYI, there’s more to this beautiful island than surfing.
When it comes to pristine white beaches and enchanting natural wonders, our country is basically a gold mine. The Philippines and the rest of the world have heard of Palawan and Boracay time and time again, but apart from these must-visit local
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15 Local Beaches You Need to Check Out This Summer

Time to hit the beach!
This is for all the certified mermaids out there—those who are in the middle of planning their summer getaways and those who just need a break in the office. With over 7,000 islands in the Philippines, it'll take forever to name all
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Liz and Laureen Uy’s Not-So-Secret Hideaway in Cebu

Experience Ibiza in the Queen City of the South.
They say Cebu is pretty much like Manila. The way the people dress, the hustle and bustle of the city, and not to mention the traffic, are all uncanny similarities folks who have been back and forth can’t deny. But they do