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With more than 100 islets scattered along the sea, there are more than a hundred things to do and visit in the Hundred Islands National Park of Alaminos, Pangasinan. Most of them are not yet developed, save from four major ones, which are the center of tourism activities on...
What’s not to love about Banaue? The crisp air, the lush green surrounding, the warm people—not to mention the rich history and culture that you could not find elsewhere.Banaue is best known for its world-famous rice terraces. After all, it was hailed as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site,...
Dinagat Islands is the 80th province of the Philippines. It used to be a part of Surigao del Norte but has gained independence in 2014.A group of islands located on the south side of the Leyte Gulf across Surigao Strait, it is bounded on the west by Leyte province,...
A far-flung town in South Cotabato, Lake Sebu has a raw appeal, thanks to the surrounding mountains clad in forest and a lake. Recognized by UNESCO as a cultural landscape, Lake Sebu is a laidback municipality serving as a melting pot of cultures.Aquaculture is the primary industry in this...
Priceless sceneries and a warm welcome from the locals—that’s what you’ll get the first time set foot in Samal Island. Located in the Davao Gulf around two kilometers away from Davao City, the Island Garden City of Samal is made up of former municipalities of Samal, Babak, and Kaputian.Hagimit...
When we hear of Bukidnon, what usually comes to mind is pineapple. Who’s to blame? The cold climate of Bukidnon made it an ideal place for pineapple plantation. Aside from the pineapples, there are other reasons to visit this city in Northern Mindanao and let us share with you...

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