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Mercedes celebrates the bounty of the seas

Manila Bulletin
July 30, 2012

The fishing folkways of Mercedes, Camarines Norte takes center stage once more as the town celebrates the bounty of the seas in the 15th Kadagatan Festival from Aug. 1 to 8 in observance of its 64th Founding Day.

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Tubod tops Lanao Norte 2012 festivals

Manila Bulletin
July 30, 2012

Tubod, the capital of Lanao del Norte, tops the second-week long celebration of the province 53rd Charter Day among the 22 participant towns.

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El Nido tops CNNGo list

The Philippine Star
July 29, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - El Nido took the top spot in CNNGo’s list, given its majestic karsts limestone formations, empty lagoons, marble cliffs, prehistoric caves and waterfalls. The list, which is a part of the travel news website of the Cable News Network week-long Eye on the Philippines special, tackled the best beaches and islands in the country.

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Byaheng Victory offers road-trip packages

The Philippine Star
July 29, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - This August, Victory Liner, in partnership with Travel Factor, brings another adventurous round-trip packages under its “Tunay na Joyride” campaign, the Byaheng Victory. Byaheng Victory promotes a taste of atypical and exceptional destinations reached by Victory Liner with the trademark Travel Factor complete tour experience.

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Azalea Residences: New holiday haven in Baguio

The Philippine Star
July 29, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Azalea Residences is fast becoming Baguio City’s next important landmark, offering a unique guest experience defined by its host of international qualities and proudly traditional features.

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Phl opens tourism showroom in Seoul

The Philippine Star
July 29, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Last year, 13 million Korean tourists traveled the world; 925,000 of them came to the Philippines, nearly a quarter of our country’s total tourist arrivals for the year.

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Seair offers P299 fares to Bacolod and Iloilo

The Philippine Star
July 29, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - South East Asian Airlines (Seair) offers one-way fares for flights from Manila to Bacolod and Iloilo for as low as P 299 or up to 76 percent off regular fares.

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Filipino hospitality makes Boracay hotel one of the world’s best

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Anne A. Jambora
July 28, 2012

When you tap into the Filipino’s exuberant hospitality, put an international standard to it, and allow the Filipinos to do their thing, you get a unique signature known the world over. For Discovery Shores Boracay Island, it’s the personal, luxury service that got them this year’s No. 1 spot as Asia’s Best Hotel Spa, and ranked them No. 5 on the list of Top 100 Hotels in the World. And this just made them the only Filipino company in the Top 50 Hotels in the World.

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El Nido: Playground In Paradise

Manila Bulletin
By Emmie Abadilla
July 28, 2012

If I could buy an island, I’ll pick one at El Nido.

But for now, I have to settle for a P58,150 three-day and two-night stay at Lagen Island and make the most of what I have.

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Restoring Rizal Park to Grandeur

Manila Bulletin
By Jacky Lynne A. Oiga
July 28, 2012

When was the last time you visited Rizal Park?

In previous decades, city habitués visit Rizal Park (formerly known as Luneta) almost every weekend -- families, picnic baskets and instamatic cameras in tow. Nowadays, the once popular national park is merely a five-minute stopover for tourists to take photos of the Rizal monument while generated foot traffic has gone from regular visitors to mere passersby.

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Lawigan’s Secrets

Manila Bulletin
By Jojie Alcantara
July 28, 2012

Visiting my birthplace in Mati, Davao Oriental often brings me a lot of unexpected moments and pleasant surprises. For one, every time I come back for a short visit, my sunrise shoots at 5 a.m. in the popular Dahican strip always give me a different seascape each time.

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WHITE PARTY

Manila Bulletin
By Heidi Ng
July 28, 2012

I don’t think I have ever missed a white party at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel because the vibe is always good and the party is filled with familiar faces. This year is the White Party’s year 4. The former Captain’s Bar is now called Manila’s MO Lounge which was transformed into a white-themed party central.

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The Ultimate August Road Trip

Manila Bulletin
July 28, 2012

It’s more fun in the Philippines and it’s more fun to tour around the North. This August, Victory Liner, in partnership with Travel Factor, one of the biggest adventure tour providers in the country, brings yet another adventurous round trip packages under its tunay na joyride campaign, the Byaheng Victory. Byaheng Victory promotes a taste of a typical and exceptional destinations reached by Victory Liner with the trademark Travel Factor complete tour experience.

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Parade of Lights brightens up Tacloban

Manila Standard Today
By Joba Botana
July 26, 2012

In Tacloban City, there are two important events during the year—the Christmas parade and the city fiesta. During these times visitors from neighboring towns and cities as well as local and foreign tourists flock to Tacloban to witness the highlights of the festivities, which often come in the form of contests, exhibitions, concert of local artists and other exciting programs and activities.

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Upholding a tradition

Manila Standard Today
By MST
July 26, 2012

Sangkalan Grill and Restaurant, a trusted name in Filipino dining, pays tribute to the tradition of Filipino festivals by bringing back the “boodle fight,” a symbol of camaraderie and simple pleasure in dining.

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Cagwait: Pride Of The South

Manila Bulletin
By Anselmo V. Talagtag, Jr.
July 25, 2012

A town once known as a major source of timber in the '70s is now trying to revive the beauty and richness of its forest and coastal environment. Exploring the beauty and richness of the many islands in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur is simply amazing.

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Aklan: The Philippines’ Oldest Province

Manila Bulletin
By Noel F. De Jesus
July 23, 2012

Aklan is said to be the oldest province in the Philippines, organized in 1213 by settlers from Borneo as the Minuro it Aklan to include what is now the province of Capiz. It was inaugurated as an independent province in November 8, 1956.

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Batanes: Home of the Wind — Last Part

Manila Bulletin
By Emmie Abadilla
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — The bleached whale skeleton propped against an Ivatan’s home was so huge I mistook it for a boat.

Seeing me aghast, our guide hastened to explain. “We don’t molest whales and dolphins here,” he assured me. These are the remains of a cetacean stranded on Sabtang’s shore many years ago. It was dead when the natives found it.

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Travel, Live More, Have Fun

Manila Bulletin
By Jacky Lynne A. Oiga
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — In its efforts to further boost domestic tourism in the country, the Department of Tourism (DoT) and Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) teamed up once again to encourage travel savvy Pinoys to live more by having heaps of fun vacationing all around the country.

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Manila, Boracay top tourist destinations list

Manila Standard Today
By MST
July 22, 2012

Based on the 2011 Visitor Sample Survey for Inbound Visitors, the most popular destinations are Manila, Boracay, Cebu, Laguna, and Tagaytay. These destinations are most visited by tourists because these places continue to offer varied types of products and activities, namely, sun, sea and beach, entertainment and shopping, sightseeing, and recreation.

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Welcome to The Oriental

The Philippine Star
By Dandi Galvez
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - The hotel industry is populated by many successful brands, all of which have one common characteristic: consistency. From the quality of the rooms to the level of service, a hotel chain that is consistently good across its entire network receives the most number of returning guests. It takes dedication to get that one particular detail right, but if you are Wilbert Lee, president and CEO of The Oriental Hotels and Resorts, dedication is par for the course.

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DOT gains global support from top PATA executives

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Tourism (DOT) has gained the worldwide support of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) in promoting the country as a global tourism destination.

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Expansion of Tutuban Center gains momentum

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - With its redevelopment plans in full swing, Tutuban Center’s expansion is indeed gaining notable momentum. On track to further serve and satisfy its thousands of patrons, the historic mall is set to build a three-star hotel, refurbish its food court and open a zoo within its premises.

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Enjoy Boracay or see Dakak for half the price

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Citibank lets you enjoy Boracay Island or Dakak beach at 50 percent off this time of the year, and to make this offer more tempting, you can pay for your vacation at zero percent interest for up to 12 months with PayLite.

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Rainy day fun at Astoria Plaza

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Astoria Plaza offers the best room deal this rainy season. For only P4,500 net, enjoy great moments with family and friends at Astoria Plaza’s tastefully furnished one-bedroom suites or choose to have more space and avail yourself of the two-bedroom suite for only P6,800 net.

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Say goodbye to gloomy rainy days at Pavilion

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Who says rainy days can’t be fun? Say goodbye to the notion of gloomy rainy days as Manila Pavilion Hotel introduces comfort, luxury and pure enjoyment.

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Remington offers enticing hotel rate

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Guests opting to spend a whole day of the best in quality entertainment, sumptuous food, and a range of other superb lifestyle options, can now conveniently head on to just one place in the metro, as Resorts World Manila’s Remington Hotel offers its best rate yet via the Real Value Deal promo.

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Meetings made easy at InterCon Manila

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines – Take advantage of InterContinental Manila’s “Meetings On Us” room package in planning your next event.

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Travel madness Expo opening

The Philippine Star
July 22, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Top executives of tourism-related companies and government agencies lead the travel industry in opening the Travel Madness Expo 2012 at the SMX Convention Center Friday. They are (from left) chief of chancery Shinsuke Shimizu of the Japanese embassy, Director Dennis Miralles of the Board of Investments, Director Vicente Arcilla and Director General William Hotchkiss of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, Tourism Assistant Secretary Benito Bengzon Jr., and Travel Innovators vice president Ma. Paz Alberto and president Raymond Michael Tee.

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Cagayan's Gem

Manila Bulletin
By Chen Reyes-Mencias
July 21, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — Twenty years ago I set foot on an island that is at the farthest end of Luzon. It is 642 kms. from Manila and was so remote back then that it took 24 hours for me to get there. Today, this pristine island can easily be reached by air-conditioned luxury buses, or by plane via Tuguagarao airport and then by a 2 ½ hour land trip.

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Aguinid Falls: Samboan’s Mystery and Pride

Manila Bulletin
By Bea Gabuya
July 21, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — Not knowing where you’re headed to and having no idea what you’re going to see after a long walk would give you exciting somersaults of the butterflies in your tummy and rage of anticipation in your blood. It’s the highlight of adventure—not knowing what is going to happen.

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Palawan’s Exotic Island Tops British Vogue’s Best Holiday Destination List

Manila Bulletin
By Jacky Lynne A. Oiga
July 21, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — An exclusive island perfect for the most decadent group holidays and has all the trimmings that British couple Charles and Carrie McCulloch was determined to provide”, read the short but sweet feature of British Vogue on Palawan’s Ariara Island – the international magazine’s top pick for its Top 100 Holiday Destinations and most fashionable places to stay in the world.

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Destination Marks The Most Stressful Part Of Travel For Filipinos

Manila Bulletin
July 21, 2012

MANILA, Philippines — Deciding where to go marks the most stressful part of travel for Filipinos, as highlighted in a recent survey commissioned by flight comparison site Skyscanner on the views of international travellers on which elements of travel were the most stressful.

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Trekking and tumbling to help save Ifugao’s rice terraces

The Philippine Daily Inquirer
By PJ Enriquez
July 21, 2012

Before visiting Banaue last year, I had never heard of Mayoyao, Hungduan, Batad or Kiangan. To me, they were all just part of the Banaue rice terraces.

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Tacloban City shines with a parade of lights

The Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Gay B. Gaspay
July 21, 2012

The three-year-old first Highly Urbanized City (HUC) in Eastern Visayas shines again, as Tacloban showcased its first Sangyaw Parade of Lights last June 29 in honor of Señor Sto. Nino de Tacloban.

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Lancaster offers 'Rainy Daze' package

The Philippine Star
July 20, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - It can get really cold and wet in the Philippines. That’s the time when keeping warm under the covers is the perfect antidote to the stormy blues. Hot cocoa by the bedside plus a good book or a movie will surely hit the spot.

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Travel Madness Expo opens today with 'Extreme Madness'

The Philippine Star
July 20, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - The much-awaited global tourism collaboration during the Travel Madness Expo at the SMX Convention Center starts at 1 p.m. today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and an “Extreme Madness Hour” to set this international tourism marketing event in vigorous motion.

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Jolly July in Albay

Manila Bulletin
July 18, 2012

Summer may be over, but the fun continues this jolly month of July in Albay with its wide array of festivities to showcase its rich cultural and agricultural legacy.

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A Vibrant Araw ng Lanao

Manila Bulletin
By Ayunan Grande Gunting
July 18, 2012

The Karimbaran sa Ranao 2012 was held recently to showcase the culture and history of Lanao del Sur, alongside the modernity of the province through activities in dance, music, arts, and athleticism.

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Palawan island No. 1 getaway spot in the world

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Jocelyn R. Uy
July 17, 2012

The fun in the Philippines is definitely starting to pick up with a private getaway island in Palawan province taking the top spot in the British edition of Vogue Magazine’s 100 best holiday destinations in the world.

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Cebu Pacific picks Iloilo as 5th hub

BusinessMirror
By Lenie Lectura
July 16, 2012

CEBU Pacific (CEB), the country’s budget airline, has chosen Iloilo to be its fifth hub. CEB already operates direct services from Iloilo to Manila, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao.

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Nothing but blue skies and sea at Bluewater Maribago

The Philippine Star
By Christine S. Dayrit
July 15, 2012

Under the shade of the centuries-old acacia trees, one can simply be still and feel God. If only the mighty trees could speak, they would narrate all the heartwarming moments and memories created here for the past 23 years.

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Welcome to Serendipity Suites

The Philippine Star
By Dandi Galvez
July 15, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - You often find things you never expect like greeting a familiar face in the crowd or running into your loved one just as you turn. Life is full of these happy encounters, the kind you never knew would occur — or need — until the moment arrives. It is inexplicable, intangible. There’s no purpose to it happening, it just does. Such is the nature of serendipity — the kind you may find in your stay at Discovery Suites.

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It's more fun in Philippine Pavilion at Yeosu Expo 2012

The Philippine Star
July 15, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - The thousands of daily visitors at the ongoing Yeosu Expo 2012 in Korea are experiencing why it’s more fun in the Philippines than anywhere they have ever been before.

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It’s more fun in the water in Cam Norte

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Kara Santos
July 14, 2012

As the summer heat sizzles in Manila, everyone’s thoughts turn to waterscapes—beaches, rivers, waterfalls, streams, swimming pools, and just about any body of water to cool down.

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The Welcoming Winds of Ilocos

Manila Bulletin
By Army Alcayaga-Granada
July 14, 2012

To tackle Pagudpud by land from Manila would seem like a pilgrimage with its attendant hardships for the very long ride it entails. Why would it be worth the while of an ordinary mortal like me, who is just as happy engaged in a novel inside the confines of her room, to take on this gruelling 12 hour challenge?

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Batanes: Home Of The Winds

Manila Bulletin
By Emmie Abadilla
July 14, 2012

From the window of a private plane on a drizzly morning, I saw Batanes as a bunch of windswept islands rising where two great oceans tryst, with a volcano sleeping above and another hiding beneath.

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San Juan’s First Fluvial Parade

Manila Bulletin
July 14, 2012

The San Juan City government held its first-ever fluvial Parade along San Juan River last June 23 as a prelude to the city’s celebration of the Feast of St. John the Baptist dubbed as “ Wattah Wattah Fiesta” which is held every June 24.

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Gohotels.ph invitation: Explore Dumaguete City

The Philippine Star
July 13, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental has a charm that’s distinctly its own. Unlike other destinations in the country, its unspoiled terrains, inviting diving spots, and general sense of beauty invoke the appreciation for nature of both visitors and locals.

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Tara na sa Norte Travel Fair opens today

The Philippine Star
July 13, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Crowds of tourism bigwigs and students from various parts of the country are poised to gather at the Atrium of Robinson’s Place in Ermita, Manila today for the opening of the Tara na sa Norte Travel (TNT) Fair to support its bid to make North Philippines a global destination.

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HK Disneyland to offer tour packages at Travel Madness

The Philippine Star
July 13, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - In an unprecedented move, Hong Kong Disneyland will not only join a Philippine international travel expo for the first time, but will also offer attractive tour packages in partnership with local travel agents during the event.

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Paradise found

BusinessMirror
By Popong Andolong
July 12, 2012

IT never ceases to amaze this writer how Isuzu Philippines Corp. (IPC), acknowledged by many as the country’s diesel expert, still manages to find new and exciting motoring destinations despite the many years of taking journalists to every possible tourist spot in this beautiful country of ours.

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More than just a beautiful view

Manila Standard Today
By MST
July 12, 2012

To claim that you had a wonderful trip, it must have satisfied all the senses. Whether it was a leisure or a business trip, the main point is to come home relaxed, refreshed and satisfied and maybe do the same thing over again in the foreseeable future.

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Basilan: A Piece of Heaven

Manila Bulletin
By Coy Dans
July 11, 2012

Basilan has been notorious for its gargantuan share of news about bombings, kidnappings, and killings. Because of such a reputation, Basilan is not even advised to be included in a traveler’s, both foreign and local, itinerary of must-see places in the Philippines. Except for some brave souls who happily rush to Basilan for adventure, it is nonetheless a place where angels fear to tread. But if beaches were pieces of heaven for sun and sea worshippers, then there are a lot of them on the main island and its surrounding unsullied sandbars.

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Garcia's 'Suroy-Suroy' tourism drive impresses Lanao Norte gov

The Philippine Star
By Garry Lao
July 9, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Cebu’s Suroy-Suroy Sugbo tourism campaign took center stage when Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia visited Lanao del Norte last week.

Garcia visited the province last July 3 upon the invitation of Lanao del Norte Gov. Mohammad Khalid Dimaporo to attend the “People’s Day,” which was part of the 53rd Araw ng Lanao celebration.

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Themed fun in the Philippines

Manila Bulletin
By Zorayda Buco-Opana
July 9, 2012

Last year, spouses and companions of high-level delegates attending the Asian Development Bank’s Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors visited some of the cultural, architectural and historical sites in Ha Noi, Viet Nam. They toured moss-roofed temples and pagodas, traditional architectures with mixed European and Asian cultures. Some joined the lake tours, most notably Hoan Kiem and West Lake with its beautiful natural landscape.

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San Juan’s best: The Café Ysabel secret

BusinessMirror
By Marianne T. Escanilla
July 8, 2012

A PLACE where lovers meet, where friends share memories and colleagues get the best of their work days, Café Ysabel has been a place for those and more.

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This lean season, I made amends with Boracay

The Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Karla Vizcarra
July 7, 2012

There was a time in my life when the tiny, unexpected twists and dips during travel were considered fun. Wrong turns meant new sights to behold; lost wallets meant new strategies; and seedy, dilapidated hotels were “charming haunts full of character.”

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Philtoa Intensifies Conservation Of Unesco Heritage Sites For Travel Mart

Manila Bulletin
July 7, 2012

In a bid to further solidify their campaign for sustainable tourism in the Philippines, the country’s largest association of tour and travel operators spurs the cooperation between government agencies and private conservationists for the preservation of United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage sites in the country.

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Have more ‘hudyaka’ in Zambo

Manila Standard Today
By Roldan Realida
July 5, 2012

DIPOLOG CITY—Zamboanga del Norte Gov. Rolando Yebes recently led the Hudyaka to mark 60 years of peaceful coexistence among its Christian, Muslim and native Subanen communities.

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Kalanggaman: A Paradise in Leyte

Manila Bulletin
By Cezario Joel C. Espejo
July 4, 2012

The ostensibly white sandbars on both ends of Kalanggaman Island from a distance look like paradise waiting to enfold you in its bosom. The island is distinct because one end of the sand bar obtrudes towards the eastern side and the other at the southern end. Kalanggaman Island, which is situated north of Cebu and Leyte, belongs to the town of Palompon, Leyte. An hour away by boat from Palompon, Leyte, Kalanggaman Island is a leisure destination for those who seek a genuine sense of escape. The island shines like a gem - so beautiful and so alluring.

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It’s more fun in the waters of Sorsogon

BusinessMirror
By Benjamin Layug
July 4, 2012

ONE major destination in our three-province romp across the Bicol region (the others are Albay and Camarines Norte) is the province of Sorsogon, known for its whale shark (butanding) sightseeing tours. Event organizer Bernard Supetran and I just had a taste of some of Camarines Norte’s beautiful white-sand islands but in Sorsogon, we were in for other kinds of water fun—dipping in a therapeutic hot spring, hiking to a waterfall and kayaking a placid lake. From Bacacay (Albay), we were driven to the Sorsogon town of Irosin which sits at the foot of the still active Mount Bulusan.

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Visiting an artist’s hub in Batangas

Manila Standard Today
By Diana A. Uy
July 4, 2012

Clients and fans can now see artist and studio furniture maker Niccolo Jose at work, thanks to the newly opened Studio 10.10 located within a private, luxurious hideaway in Lipa, Batangas.

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Discovering Cebu with a Dutch "Bisaya"

The Philippine Star
By Jovan Cerda
July 4, 2012

CEBU, Philippines - It was my first time to fly alone to a place I've never been before. I did not have a decent itinerary, a hotel reservation, a knowledge of the local culture and more importantly, a basic Visayan vocabulary. If my parents knew about this, they would've been scared and asked me not to go. But I thought this was how lonesome trips are supposed to be, if one is really after an adventure. Hello Cebu, I told myself. Give me your best shot.

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Capiz: From 'enchanting' to 'simply captivating'

The Philippine Star
By Alexis Romero
July 3, 2012

ROXAS CITY, Capiz - The local government is conducting an aggressive awareness campaign for this province to become more known as the country's seafood capital and discard notions that it is plagued with "aswang."

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Baguio: Gateway to the Cordilleras

Manila Bulletin
By Noel F. De Jesus
July 2, 2012

Baguio, the Philippines’ summer capital, is a crowded urban center.

Walk, don’t ride (unless on bikes and ponies) is the rule of thumb in this city. Dawdle, don’t rush, is the second rule. Above all, visit the ukay-ukay (flea market for imported used clothing) if you have to, but don’t forget to drop by artists’ communes and workshops.

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A museum for those who hate museums

The Philippine Star
By Boboy Consunji
July 1, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Everyone has a deep, dark travel secret. I, for one, can’t read maps; or to put it less embarrassingly, I don’t have the patience to do so. I have a poor sense of direction. So, all I do is ask. A friend always looks for a Zara branch overseas, even when the Manila shops are never a season late. Another packs crackers and Reno liver spread for fear he’d go hungry in a place with strange cuisine. Two famous local designers cannot travel without their favorite teddy bears. Some love airline food!

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Zest Air's Shanghai surprise

The Philippine Star
July 1, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - Zest Air now flies to Shanghai — the largest city by population in China and in the whole world.

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Seair offers 85,000 seats at up to 70 % off

The Philippine Star
July 1, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - South East Asian Airlines (Seair) is offering 85,000 seats starting at P299 or up to 70% off in its biggest lean season sale.

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