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Shopping wasn’t as centralized and as stylish in the olden days. The shopping public was content with visiting one of the few small department stores or bazaars in downtown where they can find most of their shopping needs. There weren’t many brands to…
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Back in the day, Manila was a place of endless possibilities. If you needed a place for dining, shopping or movie-watching, just go to Rizal Avenue or head down to Azcarraga Street (now Claro M. Recto). Or better yet, go to one of the upscale theaters in…
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Cebu is one of, if not the oldest, colonial province and the oldest city in the Philippines.  Local and international tourists alike can trace back the history of Cebu by engaging in one of the guided city tours and heritage walks, although it’s possible…
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Wakeboarding is a new water sport in the Philippines, but it’s increasingly gaining momentum nearly at par with other popular sports like surfing and diving. Wakeboarding requires a high-speed motorboat, a cable system or other mechanism for towing a…
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If there’s one word to describe Dipaculao, it would be AWESOME. This third class municipality in the province of Aurora boasts world-class attractions. So, if you are looking for total relaxation and ultimate vacation, then Dipaculao is the destination.…
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You only get married once. Well, at least in this predominantly Catholic country where marriage is considered holy and divorce is not an option. So, make that big day extra special by exchanging your vows in of Philippines’ stunning churches. Here’s our…
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Christmas is probably one of the longest holidays in the Philippines. As soon as the “ber” months begin (as in September), festive carols begin playing in the radio and shops start selling Christmas decorations. A bit later around the second week of…
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There’s nothing more refreshing than walking into a waterfall after miles of hiking on a sweltering day. So, if the beach doesn’t excite you anymore, it’s time to chase some waterfalls, literally. Speaking of which, the Philippines is home to some of the…
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The Philippines is not really known for its rivers. Tourists, local and foreign alike, are more drawn to its white sand beaches and clean, turquoise blue waters. But did you know that the country’s rivers are also quite an attraction themselves? If you…
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Having 7,107 islands scattered among Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, it will not be a surprise to discover that the Philippines has many bodies of water, including lakes and rivers. Here are the 5 amazing largest lakes in the country:  Laguna Lake or Laguna…
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