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Palawan is world’s most beautiful island–US website

BusinessMirror
By Philippines News Agency
Nov. 30, 2014

AFTER being named as the top island in the world by the readers of the renowned United States travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler in October, the province of Palawan once again received recognition from well-known American news websiteHuffington Post.
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Welcome Home, Wherever You May Be!

Manila Bulletin
Nov. 30, 2014

An entire homey townhouse in Brooklyn for just P5,000 a day? A sunny apartment at the Montmartre for P4,500? A beautiful resort home in Batangas for P2,000? With rates this low, there’s no more excuse not to travel.
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The young are reviving Escolta

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Nov. 29, 2014

Heritage conservation groups and youth organizations are trying to bring back the glory of what was once dubbed the queen of streets, Escolta.
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Marcia Adams: The latest must-visit destination in Tagaytay

Culinary artist has converted an old farmhouse into a bucolic setting for al fresco dining
Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Marge C. Enriquez
Nov. 26, 2014

Even if Tagaytay is going the way of overdevelopment like Manila is, the neighboring town of Alfonso keeps the bucolic depiction of Cavite. In this environment, rolling fields and lush vegetation, coupled with good food, become the attractions of Marcia Adams restaurant.
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The magic stays

Manila Standard Today
By Administrator
Nov. 23, 2014

Enchanted Kingdom, the biggest amusement park in the country, remains the place families and friends prefer when it comes to thrilling experiences and adventure. With new attractions, perennial rides that brought fun to many Filipinos and other exciting activities, it is surely a treat to come and visit.
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WATCH: Batanes' rolling hills overlooking the sea

Philippine Star
Nov. 19, 2014

BATANES, Philippines - The island province of Batanes has been one of the Philippines' best kept secrets, with its picturesque greens, diving sites, strong cultural traditions and cool climate.
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Kalanggaman Island Phl's ‘most amazing' sandbar

Philippine Star
By Lalaine Jimenea
Nov. 17, 2014

MANILA, Philippines - Kalanggaman Island in Palompon, Leyte has been named by leading sky travel advisory website Skyscanner as the best of nine "amazing sandbars" in the Philippines.
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It's Two Seasons all year round

Philippine Star
By Christine S. Dayrit
Nov. 16, 2014

I often say that if you haven't found something worth dying for, you haven't truly lived and loved. There are travel experiences that give us bliss that we cherish forever. And even when life is not perfect, just remembering this bliss is enough to give us perfect moments. Now, if these heavenly moments are found in our own backyard, the experience becomes even more significant.
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Pangasinan’s Waterworld to boost water sports

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Amadis Ma. Guerrero
Nov. 16, 2014

The scene at El Puerto Marina, a leading resort in Lingayen, capital of Pangasinan, was festive.
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Zipline, other adventures in Hundred Islands for only P175

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Nov. 15, 2014

Decades ago, the sleepy town of Alaminos in Pangasinan rose to fame for its cluster of mushroom-shaped coral formations carved by pummeling ocean waves. Today, local and foreign tourists continue to flock to this unique destination that has come to be known as the Hundred Islands.
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Go out and enjoy the ‘Festival of Lights’ at Makati Ayala Triangle Gardens

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Nov. 14, 2014

MAKATI, Philippines—This year’s Christmas celebration in Makati, the country’s leading city for business, lifestyle, entertainment and culture, brings us back to life’s simple joys.
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Visit the Philippines

Manila Standard Today
By MST Lifestyle
Nov. 13, 2014

The Philippines joined the World Travel Mart to promote Visit the Philippines Year 2015, a campaign to raise the country’s international profile next year, before global travel trade industries in London, United Kingdom.
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Anilao town in Iloilo reinvents itself through Festival of Lights

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Nov. 10, 2014

Rising from its sleepy image and troubled past, Anilao town in Iloilo province recently held its 10th Banaag (Light) Festival, highlighting its rich history through well-researched theater performances.
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Do you hear the waves crashing?

Philippine Star
By Gina Lopez
Nov. 9, 2014

On All Saints Day, I spent two days in Baler with my two sons, my sister Berta, and my brother-in-law Ting. The idea came that we should write a joint reflection on Baler.
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Bohol hanging bridge among 'world's most spectacular'

Philippine Star
Nov. 3, 2014

MANILA, Philippines - CNN counted Tigbao Hanging Bridge in Bohol among the world's 13 "most spectacular foot bridges" in a list released Sunday.
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Tayo na sa Antipolo

Philippine Star
By Bibsy M. Carballo
Nov. 3, 2014

Antipolo, in Rizal City, is the largest in the Calabarzon region, best known for being a pilgrimage site where Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage is revered and enshrined. The city is popular for being a pilgrimage site with thousands trekking from as far as Manila to her shrine on Good Friday and May 1. Antipolo is also known for suman, mangoes and cashew nuts, and a cool temperature much like that of Tagaytay.
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MassKara: A dazzling movable rainbow

Philippine Star
By Edu Jarque
Nov. 3, 2014

MANILA, Philippines - Bacolod literally burst at the seams on the weekend closest to Oct. 19 - the city's Charter Day Anniversary - while thousands of guests from neighboring cities and towns, faraway provinces and distant islands, together with foreign visitors and balikbayan guests, excitedly converged at the City of Smiles, to be dazzled and experience in awe. In fabulous masks, street dancers made up of students from all levels of education and representatives from the various barangays, slowly inched their way down festive, crowded Lacson Street.
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A grand view of Coron

Philippine Star
By Christine S. Dayrit
Nov. 2, 2014

Many places in the Philippines are stunningly shrouded in magic and mystery. One's discovery of them elicits excitement. From mere excitement, a love affair of sorts is developed between the wanderer and the object of his or her wanderlust.
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