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Here’s how you can go.
A bit of good news if you’re hoping to leave the city for cooler climes: Baguio City is considering reopening to a limited number of tourists by September, its public information office announced Tuesday. Those who want to visit the summer capital
Our country really is so beautiful!
The summer months have escaped us and so have any travel plans we laid out, yet as the walls of our confines start to wear on us, daydreaming of the day we can go off and explore safely seems like a great
There's more to the Philippines than beaches and food.
We all know tourism is one of the biggest-hit industries in the COVID-19 pandemic. But even though flights are grounded and people can't leave their own cities, the country's Department of Tourism is still finding ways to show how it's more fun
Now it's easier to have more fun in the Philippines!
There's no contesting that amid the government agencies, the Department of Tourism (DoT) is among those that have seen the most visible developments in the past year. With a definite focus on launching new campaigns, a slew of fresh commercials released, and
It's still more fun in the Philippines!
Last year, tourist arrivals to the Philippines increased by 7.43 percent. In an effort to maintain this, the Department of Tourism is counting on crowdsourcing as it refreshes the It's More Fun in the Philippines campaign.The campaign will use photos, videos, and
Meet the talented young artists who'll make you want to travel the Philippines!
The controversial ad by the Department of Tourism (DOT) caused quite a stir, but if there's anything good that came out of it, we think it's this unofficial video that truly justifies the beauty of our country! And would you believe us if
The swimwear designer launches her latest collection in collaboration with Nivea Sun and the Department of Tourism.
You know why #itsmorefuninthephilippines? Because while the rest of the fashion world—or the Northern Hemisphere, at least—is still shielding itself from the nippy remnants of winter, we in the tropics can luxuriate in skimpy clothing practically all year long. And not just