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This Underground Cafe Is a Secret Haven That You Can Find in Antipolo

Perfect for a relaxing afternoon getaway!
There’s a “rabbit hole” in Antipolo and it leads to every aesthetic-obsessed foodie’s own personal wonderland. Located 76 steps below events venue Antipolo Beehouse, the Burrow Cafe is an underground escape built amongst the refreshing sights and sounds of nature.The brainchild of Vitty
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Police Say Metro Manila Residents Need a Travel Pass for Tagaytay

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
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You Can Now Visit Tagaytay Without a Travel Pass, Here's How

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?
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This New Library in Sorsogon Looks a Lot Like Those Featured in K-Dramas

Heart Evangelista already posted some OOTDs that remind us of Ko Mun-yeong.
There are certain locations and settings commonly shown in K-dramas that have become easier to spot for fans. There’s most likely a scene in a café or a chicken restaurant, one in a park or a bamboo forest, and one in a department
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Baguio City Could Partially Reopen to Tourists by September

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
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Did You Know There's a Stunning Man-Made Forest in Bohol?

Here's what you need to know.
Bohol may be best known for its Chocolate Hills, but did you know that the province also harbors a verdant man-made wonder? Aptly dubbed the Bilar Man-Made Forest, this long stretch of road between the towns of Bilar and Loboc is flanked
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Cebu Pacific Resumes Local Commercial Flights on June 2

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
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Could This Be the Most Beautiful McDonald's in the Philippines?

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
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10 Scenic Roads in Luzon to Go Cruisin' on This Summer

As the great Rihanna once said, "shut up and drive."
A lot of things can happen during a road trip. The possibilities range from the benign (buying fruits from a roadside stall) to the murderous (just how long can you last with the same people in an enclosed space?) and everything in
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Siargao's Newest Glamping Resort Features a Breathtaking Ocean View

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
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The Best Airbnb Beach Houses for Rent in the Philippines

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