Not a conventional travel destination for most, this 7,000-island Pacific archipelago offers a mix of cultures, eco-tourism, beaches & outdoorsy pursuits. And of course you can always get your thrilla in Manila!

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  • Aaah the Philippines, my home away from home. I love this country.

  • Try Palawan Experience.....want to know more? We are included in New7wonders of Nature and thank you for all who had voted for us.

  • Hello David! How are you? Regarding about Hobbit House! I never been there! Have you been in Manila already? On October I will go back home in the Phillipines!
  • hi Philippines!im a newbie!i wish to travel around Pinas(in a low cost fare),we have the best travel destinations among 'em all.
  • Sure I'll try to drop by :D
  • Hi Paul. If you come thru Coron, stop by Seadive for a visit!
  • Hi guys.. I'm just new here.. I'm not a travel vendor though I'm planning of joining the travel industry with partnering with an agency in Palawan through my travel blog.. :D
  • Clark Diosdado Macapagal International Airport set to become Manila's premier airport, though at 70 km from the city and poor roads, it will present a challenge for business and leisure travelers alike.
  • Just came across this interesting overview of Philippines tourism in the Manila Times, on the occasion of the country making National Geographics top 25 emerging destinations for 2010.
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Discovering the Cavite province resort city of Tagaytay

Located in the province of Cavite an hour north of Manila, Tagaytay (pop. around 71,000) is one of the Philippines most popular domestic destination because of its beautiful scenic landscapes, natural attractions, and relatively cooler climate, situated as it is at an altitude of 639 meters (2,096 feet). Blessed with beautiful weather and year round breezes, its perch overlooking Taal Volcano Island in the middle of Lake Taal affords mesmerizing views indeed. read post

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Baguio city an under-the-radar gem

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Discovering Cebu, the Philippines' 2nd city

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