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Mt. Batulao

Mt. Batulao is one of the famous destinations for the those people searching for challenges and outdoor adventurers. This mountain is another gems of Southern Luzon and is 2-3 hours travel from the Manila, very accessible to both private and public vehicles.  Batulao is famous because of the breathtaking view of its ranges and slopes. Its surface has an amazing shape covered with luscious and relaxing greens. Since it's just few kilometers away from Tagaytay, which is the usual side trip, its ambiance is really cool. Continue Reading  >>>

Mt. Maculot

Mt. Maculot
Mt. Maculot is one of the mountains lying in southern Luzon which is prominent to mountaineers because of its special feature. Maculot is one of the best options for day hikes because of its minor trail type, terrains that are covered with trees and surrounded by grass and shrubs, the air is fresh, cool ambiance and a perfect location for a stunning shot with the world famous and most active Taal Volcano on the background. The rockies is one of the best and famous part of Maculot. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Cebu

Tourist Spots in Cebu
Cebu City is situated on the eastern shore of Cebu Island, which is also the city capital of the island. Cebu is one of the largest islands in the Philippine Archipelago.  It is considered as the “Queen City of the South” because of its economic stability and other factors. So in terms of Philippine history, this province can contribute more, especially in religion. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Baguio

Tourist Spots in Baguio
We arrived in Baguio City past eleven in the morning. We had our breakfast/lunch at Emil Rose. The ambiance inside Emil Rose Restaurant is amazing, no air conditioner but the temperature is cool, and the foods taste good and served elegantly. After the sumptuous lunch, we continued traveling to Itogon, Benguet. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Benguet

Tourist Spots in Benguet
Mt. Pulag is considered as the third highest mountain in the Philippines and the highest point in Luzon, measures 2,922 MASL. Most of the hikers place this mountain as one of the ‘must climb’ list because of its majestic beauty that can capture everyone’s heart. This mountain features the famous “sea of clouds” which attracts many tourist. This is a majestic phenomenon where the hikers, on the summit, are literally above the clouds. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Zambales

Tourist Spots in Zambales
Just recently, the province of Zambales became more popular because of the issue about the West Philippine Sea arbitration case with China. The long stretch of shoreline, facing the West Philippine Sea, has fine white sand, the water is crystal clear, the ambiance is absolutely refreshing, and more to offer. Having said that, since it is already considered as tourist destinations, beach resorts created variety of water activities like scuba diving. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Tarlac

Tourist Spots in Tarlac
The province of Tarlac is situated in Central Luzon, surrounded by the provinces of Zambales, Pangasinan, and Nueva Ecija, a two to three hours travel from Metro Manila. Tarlac is also one of the provinces that holds a huge part in Philippine history. During my visit, the wide rice fields and mountainous areas are very noticeable. The entire area, even the city, is surrounded by the relaxing green colors. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Pampanga

Tourist Spots in Pampanga
Giant Lantern Festival is an annual festivities held in December in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. The festival features a competition of giant lanterns. Because of the popularity of the festival, the city has been nicknamed the "Christmas Capital of the Philippines". Continue Reading >>>

Bacolor Church

Bacolor Church
Bacolor Church or the San Guillermo Church in Pampanga is considered as the Cagsawa of the North. More then twenty years ago, Mt. Pinatubo erupted and many municipalities were left devastated, including Bacolor, Pampanga. This church was built in 1576 and was named after Bacolor's patron saint San Guillermo ErmitaƱo. Destroyed by earthquakes and fire then was rebuilt in 1886. Continue Reading >>>

Barasoain Church

Barasoain Church
Barasoain Church is also known as (Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish) is a Roman Catholic church built in 1630 in Malolos City, Bulacan.    This church housed the revolutionary congress which was inaugurated on September 15, 1898,  Pedro A. Paterno was the President. It was here, that the congress, among other measures discussed and approved the Malolos Constitution. More of the Bulacan Tourist Spots, Click Here >>>

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