Category: Philippines

Where to Go in Palawan, Philippines

Palawan gives off an aura of mystery with hidden secrets as well. Even though you may have read a lot of articles and even blogs about Palawan, you may find yourself having a difficulty planning your itinerary as there are literally thousands of places to see in Palawan. Palawan has three major tourist destinations. These are located in different cities,… Read more →

Introducing Palawan Island Philippines

Palawan Island in the Philippines is a unique location in the Philippine map, starting with its unique location. It is a long and thin strip of land off the coast of the west Philippine sea. None of Palawan’s main soil is connected to any of the three major Islands of the Philippines namely: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Palawan’s unique geographical… Read more →

Apo Island: Nature’s Gift to Scuba Divers

Apo Island, to first timers, may look like a faint, unassuming little island with nothing much to offer to its visitors. But if one gives this island a shot, even non-fanatics of scuba diving or snorkeling will automatically have a change of heart and mind once they get to experience what this island is all about. In fact, Apo Island… Read more →

A must-visit in Bacolod: The Ruins

Here’s a great place to spend the afternoon in! It’s called the Ruins and it’s an attraction located in Talisay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. You could say that it is a hidden treasure within the city. It also has a great story behind it, a story of love. The place is vast and beautiful and, despite the name “Ruins”, it… Read more →

The Maskarra Festival in Bacolod, Philippines

The Masskaara Festival in Bacolod has been celebrated by it’s people for many many years. Presently, it’s a festival that many people from other parts of the world look forward to. It’s celebrated every October and it’s filled with colorful masks and costumes, street dancing, and partying. Possibly Related Posts: Where to Go in Palawan, Philippines Introducing Palawan Island Philippines… Read more →

Panglao Island, Bohol: What’s it all about

White sandy beaches are abundant in Bohol. But the most popular would probably be the beaches along Panglao Island. Just imagine stepping out of your hotel room into the infinite cloudless sky, white sand and clear, turquoise water. That is one beautiful experience of Panglao Island. Panglao Island is a small island mostly made of coralline limestone found in the… Read more →

My Experience During the Panaad Festival

Negros Occidental is one of the Philippines’ recognizable provinces. It is made up of different municipalities and every year, a festival is held in my city, Bacolod, to showcase what each municipality can offer. The festival is called “Panaad sa Negros” or “Panaad Festival”. During the festival, you’ll be able to see creatively constructed attractions and booths so you can… Read more →

Is this Really Paradise on Earth?

Is there such a thing as paradise on earth? I’ve asked myself that question again and again every time I feel the stress of the city life. It wasn’t until I saw this video that I realized that “paradise” was right in my backyard (not literally, of course). This video is such an inspiration! I, myself, have traveled to other… Read more →

What to do during Bacolaodiat

Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of this Bacolod before in your entire life, it’s a relatively small city in the Philippines, about an hour away from the Capital by plane. You may even call it a province but it’s nothing like the country side — it’s well developed and it’s progressing. It’s also known as the City of Smiles… Read more →

Three Must Sees in the Island of Bohol

The Island of Bohol has three main features that can either be the best introduction, the finest highlight or the supreme conclusion to one’s visit. Basically it’ll vary from the visitor’s mood and preference but the impact will be consistent. There is no particular order to these features; you just have to make sure that you get to experience everything… Read more →

Leyte: A Budding Philippine Destination

The island of Leyte may not be as popular as its neighboring islands in the Visayas area of the Philippines. But don’t underestimate this island (and the province of the same name). It can very much compete with other islands in the country, both in history and travel destinations. Leyte is located in the Eastern Visayas region, with the city… Read more →

Manila’s Relaxed Nightlife Options

The term “nightlife” always has a connotation of noise, rowdy people, partying, and lots of alcohol. This is maybe due to the fact that this term is universally accepted as equated to night partying, socializing, and drinking with friends and loved-ones. Manila’s nightlife does not escape this connotation, but the city also offers more reserved, relaxed and easy going options.. Manila… Read more →

Things To Do on Boracay Island Philippines

If the United States has a city that never sleeps, the Philippines has an island that never sleeps- Boracay island. The term Boracay island is a general term for at least eight beaches that make up the whole island. Every little place in Boracay is very much accessible, making it a tourist friendly destination. The term ‘island’ is a deceiving… Read more →

Philippines Climate and Boracay Island

The Philippines is a tropical country found in the equatorial region of the Southeast Asia. Because of its location, it only has two seasons: the dry season or the summer and the wet season or the rainy season. Its general temperature ranges from 22 degrees Celsius up to 34 degrees Celsius. Its generally warm weather makes the Philippines a preferred… Read more →

Philippine’s Boracay Island: Paradise Awaits

The Philippines is an island country in the Southeast Asia. It is called the Pearl of the Orient because of its distinct formation in the Pacific Ocean. The Philippines is composed of 7,107 islands. This makes this island nation one of the best destinations in the world when it comes to beautiful tourist destinations, specifically beaches. The Philippines has hundreds… Read more →