10 of the Best places to go in the Philippines
Did you ever wonder what are the best things to see and do in the Philippines? With 7,107 islands, though, it is easy to get confused on what would be the best places to go in the Philippines. From my local’s perspective, here are the ten best places – my personal favorites – where you … 10 of the Best places to go in the Philippines Read More »
Laguna Travel guide
Not only the proud birthplace of the Philippine National Hero, Laguna plays host to a wealth of natural wonders and cultural treasures from its hot springs, scenic jungle-clad canyons, picturesque waterfalls to its wonderful and sought-after craftsmanship of the finest embroidery, wood-carvings ,and footwear in the country.
All Things Asian Event Post: 04.10.2012 – Our Lady of Manaoag – UPDATED
By Zara D. Garcia-Alvarez All Things Asian Event: April 2-16 ZARA’S ALL THINGS ASIAN EVENT POST: OUR LADY OF MANAOAG The blogs: That Hapa Chick; Live, Laugh, I Love Books; and My Words Ate Me…
Top 10 Philippines natural tourist destination
Top 10's Philippines natural tourist destination for summer. 10. Mount Pulag - (sometimes called as Mount Pulog) is the third highest mountain in the Philippines. It is located in Mt. Pulag National Park. The mountain borders between the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya meet at the mountain's peak. 9. Agusan Marsh One of the most ecologically significant wetland ecosystems in the Philippines, the Agusan Marsh is an area for conservation. It is a very popular destination for…
Villa Escudero with waterfall restaurant is the most beautiful dining experience one can have
The destination of a life time can be an adjective that can be attributed to Villa Escudero. The AERA Memorial Museum, being the most important place to visit there was founded by Arsenio and Rosario Escudero. Housed in a replica of a long-gone church in Intramuros with painted trompe-l’oeil ceilings, the building opened for public […]
Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas
A National Treasure. Built by Father Diego Cera, a spanish Recollect priest, almost 200 years ago. Restored by Johannes Klais (Germany) in 1975 and by Diego Cera Organbuilders (Las Pinas) in 2004.