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Don Salvador Benedicto: 4 Places to Visit

Located in the mountainous part of Northern Negros, Don Salvador Benedicto is popular with tourists who want to take a break from stressful urban life. The town is dubbed as the Summer Capital of Negros Occidental because of its cool...

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Singapore: Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Gone are the days where having a picture with the Merlion statue was enough to mark your stay in Singapore. Today, you’ve missed Singapore if you haven’t seen it from the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. One would be...

Mt. Pamitinan, Rodriguez, Rizal 1

Montalban: Paitiman sa Mt. Pamitinan

Need to withdraw from the urban clutter that is Metro Manila but does not have the luxury of time or money? Feel the thirst for the rush of adrenaline and view of nature? Experience the climb and thrill of Mt....

Picnic Grove, Tagaytay, Cavite 3

Tagaytay: Hangout at Picnic Grove

One of Tagaytay’s most frequently visited landmarks is its famous Picnic Grove. This is one of the most common images that come to mind when Tagaytay is mentioned. Sitting at the Tagaytay Ridge, it is one of the few spots...

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Tagaytay: People’s Park in the Sky

Also known as the People’s Park, it sits atop Mount Sungay, aka Mount Gonzales, which at the height of 709 meters (2,326 ft) above sea level and the highest point in Cavite, offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding areas...

Tamaraw Falls, Puerto Galera, Or. Mindoro 1

San Teodoro: Tampisaw sa Tamaraw Falls!

Found between the towns of Calapan, San Teodoro and Puerto Galera lies a natural wonder named Tamaraw Falls. What’s great to the falls is that you don’t need to trek just to be there; its beauty can be already seen...

Patungan Cove, Sta. Mercedes, Maragondon, Cavite 22

Maragondon: Patungan Cove

At the southern part of Maragondon is a small fishing village that seemed to be forgotten by time. It was far from any access to electricity and commercialization, but it helped the village by preserving their livelihood and the natural...