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Bookmark these for your next Boracay food trip!
As summer’s fast approaching, a lot of us are booking flights to local tourist destinations with Boracay being on top of our list. If you’re currently on the lookout for hotels to book and which tours to take, you should definitely add
Check out these vibrant celosias.
Finding patches of green, more so a field of colorful flowers, is hard to do in Metro Manila. It's a good thing that the chilly foothills of Sierra Madre are just to the right, on our eastern border. If you're looking to
These are a quick drive from the Metro!
Mountain ridges and hills not only make great spots for waking up to a sea of clouds, but also for sleeping under the stars. These places are far enough from artificial lights and smog, and set the stage for stars to twinkle
Here's where to stay for a much-needed getaway.
TOP STORY: Did You Know? All the Holiday Movies on Netflix Are Actually ConnectedPestaño Farm, Antipolo City, Rizalwww.facebook.com/villaelishaRates start at P30,000 (20 pax)Pestaño Farm in Antipolo is known for its sprawling grounds, once a neglected piece of land with cogon grass and tree
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
Some guests defaced the bamboos and relieved themselves along the pathways.
Despite being Baguio City's newest popular tourist attraction, the Bamboo Eco-Park is temporarily closing due to vandalism. Philippine Bamboo Foundation President Edgardo Manda made the announcement on his Facebook account on Monday, November 9, 2020.TOP STORY: BJ Pascual Reveals the Inspiration Behind Nadine
Every corner of this resort is picture perfect!
"Pics or it didn't happen" is the mantra of the Instagram era. And this especially applies to tourists who are always on the lookout for places they can snap and post. Mapols Farm in Pototan, Iloilo is probably what you're looking for
It can accommodate up to 12 guests.
Tanay in Rizal and Sagada in the Mountain Province are known for giving tourists the best places to wake up to: amid a sea of clouds during a glorious sunrise. But somewhere in Cebu is a rustic cabin that can also give
An important clarification if you were planning to visit.
We earlier reported that Tagaytay City Administrator Gregorio Monreal announced that visitors of the city would no longer need a travel pass, and would only have to fill up a health declaration form. An update on the matter has just been released
You will still need to deal with checkpoints along the way.
If you're like almost everyone else stuck at home for nearly six months and counting, you might be looking for an escape to nature without compromising your safety. This might be an option. Remember Tagaytay? The not-so-far-from-the-city getaway that offers a cool breeze?
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
They consistently appear in international travel awards.
With a wealth of islands to show for, it's no surprise that the Philippines is home to some of the best tourist attractions in the world—and we're not just saying this as locals either. Over the years, international travel magazines like Travel
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
It preserves the original glory of the building.
Most of us have a mental image of what a fast food restaurant looks like: hard linoleum tables and even harder chairs, soda-stained floors, bright lights that give you a headache as soon as you finish your value meal. It's always refreshing
It's away from the maddening crowd of the surf town.
Siargao, in the last few years, has transformed from being a secret paradise and into a destination that's on practically everyone's bucket list. Bars open until late, surf spots are crowded, and the island life isn't as idyllic anymore. But Punta Punta
It's right about time for a road trip.
With the recent health scare and issuance of travel bans, one would have to think twice about getting on a plane. But if you're longing for a break and wary about booking that plane ticket, then you can still consider land travel
Savor a relaxing vacation by the seaside.
Famous for its pristine white sand beaches and majestic diving sites, Cebu is a prime tourist spot both flocked to by locals and foreigners alike. Just about an hour and a half plane ride away from Metro Manila, it’s an easy and
The closest you'll get to living in a seaside paradise.
You've lived near the mountains, you've lived with a pool, heck, you might have even stayed in your own private island. But at some point in your life, you've dreamed of living in a beach house. There's just something about listening to
What's her travel goal for 2020?
Nicole Marie del Rosario spent many summer vacations as a kid going on road trips to Baguio or Albay, where her grandmother lives. These early travels with her family stoked the fires of adventure inside her, so much so that by the
If you're stuck here for the holidays, you might as well spend it somewhere with colder climes.
Everyone seems to have plans locked down for the holidays, whether it's spending it in their respective provinces with family (fun!) or flying out to enjoy the snowy days that the Philippines unfortunately lacks. It's not too late, however, to make plans