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  • Out to Sea: Magalawa Island, Zambales

    Out to Sea: Magalawa Island, Zambales
    A worry-free vacation awaits you at Magalawa Island in Zambales. This place spoils you too much and you'll never want to leave. And the best thing is, it's light on the pocket.
  • The Abel Weavers

    The Abel Weavers
    Come see how a select group of men and women keep the traditional art of weaving alive.
  • Bahay Kubo, Dagupan

    Bahay Kubo, Dagupan
    A Bahay Kubo is a Traditional Filipino house possibly from the Spanish word “Cubo” or cube . My aunt had one made as a quick get away from troubles in the city. With the exception of a few concrete bases the entire construction is of dry straw and the ever dependable bamboo. But don’t let this pre-Hispanic form of architecture fool you. These traditional houses were perfectly suited to a country frequented by typhoons and earthquakes. They are normally elevated from the ground and the materials that are used could easily be gathered and used to rebuild the house just in case the forces of nature prove to be a handful.
  • A Roaring Good Time at Zoobic Safari!

    A Roaring Good Time at Zoobic Safari!
    Perhaps the closest you can get to a tiger in the Philippines is at the Zoobic Safari--the one and only tiger safari in the country. It is located at Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales province, a former US naval base. When the Americans left in 1993, the Philippine Government converted the area into a Freeport Zone that has now become an industrial estate with an international airport, shopping malls, hotels, techno parks, recreational facilities and several eco-tourism attractions.
  • Tree Top Adventure (Subic, Zambales)

    Tree Top Adventure (Subic, Zambales)
    Here ye, all tree-huggers! The most exciting way to explore a tropical rainforest in the Philippines is to zip line through one. Tree Top Adventure in Subic, Zambales offers the world's first motorized canopy tour with jungle trails comprised of platforms attached high up on tree trunks using an environment-friendly tree clamping mechanism that doesn't harm the trees.
  • Manaoag Church

    Manaoag Church
    The town of Manaoag Pangasinan was named after a legend of a man who was walking along a field and heard a sweet voice calling. When he trailed the voice, he saw an image of a woman with a rosary in one hand and a child in her arms standing on a branch of a tall tree. After the apparition, the tree was taken down and carved into the image of the Virgin Mary. Thus the name, "Manaoag" which is "man" meaning "to" prefixed to "taoag" meaning "to call" is given to the place where the apparition of Mary occurred. Some versions of the story say that it was lightning that struck the tree down but it left an imprint of Mary’s face on it.
  • Baguio City, My Christmas City

    Baguio City, My Christmas City
    The Christmas season is here! Here in Manila, the metro can get very stressful. Heavy traffic is expected around the mall, bazaars, and flea market areas. Also, these places could get very crowded during this season.
  • Tam-awan Village (Baguio City)

    Tam-awan Village (Baguio City)
    At the northwest portion of Baguio City, one can enjoy a sneak peek of ethnic Cordilleran life amidst the lush greenery of Barangay Tam-awan, where on a clear day one can see the South China Sea in the distance, giving the place its name which literally means "vantage point."
  • Ghost Hunting Destination Turns Into A Lomo Paradise

    Ghost Hunting Destination Turns Into A Lomo Paradise
    This historical place tickled the minds of a lot of spirit hunters. It has been one of the top interesting destinations that brought the "Ghost Hunters International" here in the Philippines. The ruins of the place, the elements that echo it's richness in religious history, the naturally-distorted architecture, the bricks and the tiles that have been there for decades will make you wonder what it was before, and that it was not really just one place. The place has gone through a lot of changes. And today, it is my Lomo Paradise.
  • Mt. St. Paul Retreat House

    Mt. St. Paul Retreat House
    Tired? Find a place in the mountains and go on a retreat!
  • Vigan Cathedral

    Vigan Cathedral
    One of the major stops when touring old churches in the north.
  • Burnham Park

    Burnham Park
    Laid-back Baguio locals may wax nostalgic about their home city's cooler temperatures and easy traffic along Session Road back in the 1980s and decades before, but Burnham Park -the heart of how I remember this century-old mountain city located 250 kilometers north of Manila - still retains much of its rusticity and charisma.
  • Vigan Plaza

    Vigan Plaza
    The town center where everyone came to play, meet, and watch public executions.
  • Traveling to the Majestic North Part 3: An Old Town Preserved in Vigan, Ilocos Sur

    Traveling to the Majestic North Part 3: An Old Town Preserved in Vigan, Ilocos Sur
    A 2-hour bus ride from Laoag City, Ilocos Norte took us to the town of preserved old Philippine houses that is Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.
  • San Lorenzo Ruiz Shrine - Abra

    San Lorenzo  Ruiz Shrine - Abra
    A lonely church in a town marred by a history of violence. Who says reverence needed to be exclusive to dull colors?
  • Taoist Bell Church in Baguio City

    Taoist Bell Church in Baguio City
    Located along the border of Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet, the Taoist Bell Church is an attractive and serene refuge reflecting the cultural and spiritual lives of the Filipino-Chinese community living in the “City of Pines.”
  • Close Encounters of the Wild Kind at Baluarte in Vigan, Ilocos Sur

    Close Encounters of the Wild Kind at Baluarte in Vigan, Ilocos Sur
    There’s more to Vigan than the famed centuries-old houses, cobblestone pavements, and Spanish colonial churches. Only a ten-minute drive from this historic city is a quaint sanctuary for animals and leisure-loving people called Baluarte.
  • Batad Rice Terraces

    Batad Rice Terraces
    Rice terraces are common in Asia, but in the Philippines, you can find rice terraces built by the Ifugao tribe over 2000 years ago on steep slopes and at altitudes reaching up to 1500 meters. One of the popular rice terraces that tourists visit is in Batad in Ifugao Province. The Batad rice terraces are beautifully formed in the shape of an ampitheater.
  • Baguio

    Baguio is the Summer Capital of the Philippines and is gifted with a variety of cultural, historical and scenic attractions that make it an important and interesting destination, favored by local and foreign tourists, whole families on vacation, honeymoon couples and large convention groups. Its year-round cool climate is one major attraction for those wanting to experience and entirely different Philippines. Most visitors come up during the months of March, April and May, especially on the Holy Week.
  • Sto. Niño, Bataan

    Sto. Niño, Bataan
    Small town fiestas where every house is a buffet of Filipino Hospitality

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