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Here's a cool cafe to add to your bucket list!
Imagine getting your daily cup of joe from the small stand down your street. We don’t just mean that instant 3-in-1 that you can snatch from a random vending machine, mind you—we’re talking good quality local brew supplied by actual coffee farmers.
According to Department of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat, these local spots are worth a visit this summer.
We all know that Boracay and Palawan are some of the most prominent go-to destinations in the country. That said, the Philippines is rife with hidden tourist gems just waiting for their deserved time in the spotlight, too. If you’re on the
Plus the restrictions within each area and the requirements needed for your visit.
Amid the continuing threat of COVID-19 in the Philippines, last month the Department of Tourism opened a page on their website listing down all the re-opened tourist spots around the country and the possible restrictions that come with them. TOP STORY: BJ Pascual Reveals
You can take your pick, from a farm house to a hut by the lake.
Aside from Tagaytay and Batangas, Laguna is one of those locations that are always top of mind when thinking of impulsive weekend getaways. On a good day, you can go to Nuvali or Enchanted Kingdom in around an hour. Go further and
It's the newest glamping trend.
The ongoing pandemic is causing a shift in the way we travel. People now opt for private villas to somehow make sure that they're not exposed to the virus. Others, however, take physical distancing to a whole new level by just traveling
Avoid the crowds.
It may take some time before international travel goes back to normal, which means that local destinations will be getting the attention they deserve post-pandemic. And as quarantine measures are slowly being lifted, private resorts and hotels near Metro Manila are starting
But non-essential travel from Metro Manila to the province is still prohibited.
While the ongoing pandemic has us itching for a vacation, we're still counting the days until we can just hop into a car and drive from Metro Manila to our favorite weekend destination. So this is the perfect time to bookmark and
No need to go too far for a destination wedding!
Destination weddings continue to become more and more popular among brides-to-be, but just because you’re planning a wedding away from the city doesn't mean you have to go too far. It’s definitely possible to hold your nuptials away from the stress and
Book these peaceful wedding destinations just outside the metro!
Granted, the Philippines is brimming with admirable churches and towering cathedrals that are ready for the romantic dream wedding of your childhood. Whether you’ve got your sights set for a lush garden theme, a fancy indoor rendezvous, or a shabby yet chic