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Samal Island

Posted by on May 21st, 2009
File Under: Davao, Featured

The Philippines is well-known for its many attractive islands but interestingly enough, despite the hundreds of islands that it has to offer, there are still a few which seem to stand above the rest. Samal Island is one of these and because of its unspoiled beauty, it has enticed countless of visitors each year.


Posted by on May 13th, 2009
File Under: Featured, Leyte

The island of the Waray-waray, Leyte is located in the eastern part of the Visayas. It is very close to the province of Cebu and the Camotes. The capital city is Tacloban, which occupies a large part of the island. It speaks two languages, Waray-waray and Cebuano, due to its close proximity to the Queen City of the South.

Cagayan de Oro

Posted by on May 7th, 2009
File Under: Cagayan De Oro, Featured

Cagayan de Oro City is situated along the northern shores of the Mindanao region. As a tourist destination, this golden city has a lot to offer. It is filled with outstanding scenic places ranging from beaches, mountains, limestone caves, museums, historical landmarks, timeless churches, and rivers. Whether it is business or leisure, there is something for you to enjoy in Cagayan de Oro.


Posted by on May 4th, 2009
File Under: Cebu, Featured

Cebu is a very beautiful city with countless beaches and nature parks. It offers everything you need- from a relaxing retreat in a tropical island, to all the conveniences that a first class metropolis can give. In contrast to the bustling metropolis, the rest of Cebu ‘s 167 islets and islands are lined with idyllic white sandy beaches and pristine clear waters.

The Queen City of the South is the capital of the Visayas (also the political, economic, educational and cultural center of the Visayas) and is the second biggest city in the country. Located in between two straits, and several surrounding islands, Cebu is about 225 kilometers long, a narrow island that is home to 2.4 million people.


Posted by on May 1st, 2009
File Under: Dumaguete, Featured

The capital city and main port of Negros Oriental, the province that occupies the south-eastern half of Negros Island, in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. Popularly known as the “City of Gentle People”.

It is where you can still find tree-lined streets, with motorcycles, not cars and taxis, dominating the road. Everything about it is simple and serene- from its people to the various places surrounding the city. It is located in Negros Oriental, opposite Bacolod City. A University town where you can see more students than working professionals, Dumaguete is among the most peaceful and clean cities in the Visayas.

Davao City

Posted by on Apr 26th, 2009
File Under: Davao, Featured

Davao has the idyllic charm of a small town, the sophisticated comforts of a modern metropolis, the best of both worlds – a destination that does not only promise leisure, escapades or profitable ventures but most importantly, a warm feeling of being home.

The beautiful city of Davao is surrounded by picture-perfect landscapes. Also known as Dabaw, it is the biggest metropolis in the Philippines in terms of land area. It is also among the country’s most progressive places, yet living there would still afford you the luxury of living in the countryside; thus it is dubbed as the “city of two worlds.”


Posted by on Apr 11th, 2009
File Under: Featured, Subic

The perfect weekend retreat, Subic Bay offers a wonderful ambience for travelers seeking for a place where they can unwind and enjoy the beauty of nature. If you have been spending your week working really heard amidst a very busy city, Subic Bay would be a great place for you to relax and spend time with loved ones.

Subic Bay is part of Central Luzon, specifically in the province of Zambales. It is a 3-hour drive from Manila, taking the North Luzon Expressway; and it is about 30 minutes away from Clark, where the US Air Base is located. If you are somewhere in the area, you should definitely stop by Subic Bay and be charmed by its simplicity and loveliness.


Posted by on Apr 6th, 2009
File Under: Featured, Iloilo

A place where you can find refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city life, Iloilo offers a peaceful haven to anyone who needs a quiet, more laid-back vacation. It is a city where you can smell the flowers and hear the birds singing, and yet you do not miss out on the convenience that is offered by a developed city. Iloilo has been renowned for the warmth and relaxing respite it brings to people.

Strategically located in the heart of the Philippine archipelago, Iloilo is a city in the Southeast region of Panay Island in Western Visayas. This city is the gateway to the renowned island of Boracay so if you are planning to go to there, you might want to drop by Iloilo and experience warm hospitality and great food.

Best Time to Visit Iloilo

Posted by on Apr 6th, 2009
File Under: Iloilo

Dinagyang Festival Iloilo Travel Guide Why Not Go Why Go Best Time to Visit Where to Stay Where & What to Eat Nightlife To Do List Stay Away From Getting There The best time to go to Iloilo is from January to June as these are the dry months and the hotels are cheaper. If […]