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It’s more fun in the Philippines

Posted by on Jan 5th, 2012
Filed Under: General Philippines

Its more fun in the Philippines

Wherever you go in the Philippines, it is the Filipinos that will make your holiday unforgettable!

If you want to experience a variety in tourism, then the best place that you should visit is Philippines where you can have a taste of the Western as well as Eastern culture since it has been dominated by several nations in the past, such as Spanish, Japanese, and Americans. Because of this, Philippines became rich in several structures such as churches, towers, museums, and more.

Sightseeing is one of the activities that you can do here in Philippines. Each region and each province has something different to offer. Most of the tourist spots here in Philippines are natural scenery and had been nominated to become one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Some of these destinations include the Chocolate Hills in Bohol, Mayon Volcano in Albay, Subterranean River in Puerto Princesa, and the Tubbataha Reef in Sulu. There are also several ruins that can be found in Cebu (churches as well as watchtowers), Albay (Cagsawa ruins), and even in the capital of the country, Manila (Fort Santiago).

It’s more fun in the Philippines!!

Metro Manila
Luzon
Visayas
Mindanao
UNESCO Sites & National Monuments


Metro Manila


Philippines destination manila
Manila is one of the Philippine’s oldest cities, and glimpses of cultures past and present blend together to give you an experience which is sometimes gritty, sometimes pleasant, but unmistakably authentic.

Manila
24 Hours in Manila
Best Places to Eat in Manila
Manila Yacht Club
Binondo: Manila’s Chinatown


Luzon


Philippines destination luzon
Luzon as an island group includes the island of Luzon itself, plus the Batanes and Babuyan groups of islands to the north, and the main and outlying islands of Catanduanes, Marinduque, Masbate, Romblon, and Mindoro in the south.

Puerto Princesa
Batanes
Bataan | Pawikan Conservation
Camarines Norte
Caramoan Peninsula National Park
Camarines Sur
Ilocos Sur
Ilocos Norte
Pagudpud
Cavite
Zambales
Banton Island
Oriental Mindoro
Rizal
Laguna
Pangasinan
Marinduque
Mount Pinatubo
Coron Island and The Calamianes Islands
Corregidor Island
Subic
Batangas
Pampanga
Sagada
La Union
Lucban
Baguio


Visayas

Philippines destination visayas
Visayas consists of several islands, primarily surrounding the Visayan Sea. The major islands of the Visays are Panay, Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, Samar and Palawan. The region may also include the islands of Romblon and Masbate.

Aklan
Bohol
Iloilo
Dumaguete
Cebu
Leyte
Boracay


Mindanao


Philippines mindanao
Mindanao is the second largest and easternmost island in the Philippines, and is the eighth most populous island in the world. The Cebuano language is spoken by the majority of people in Mindanao.

Pagadian City
Dapitan
Bukidnon
Zamboanga City
Lanao Del Norte
Misamis Oriental
Camiguin
Siargao Island
Cagayan De Oro
Davao City
Samal Island


UNESCO Sites & National Monuments


UNESCO Ifugao Rice Terraces
UNESCO Baroque Churches
UNESCO Historic Town of Vigan
National Monument Chocolate Hills
National Monument Taal Volcano
National Monument Hundred Islands National Park

Photos credit Manila(Storm Crypt), Luzon(Storm Crypt), Visayas(Julesnene), Mindanao(Storm Crypt)

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