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ZNEAJLEEWhere the Sun Meets the Sea...Super Love Boracay I hope we can visit again Soon❤️❤️#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines
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Historical Architecture
Historical Site
samreshwas absolutely blown away by Carlos Celdran's tour. Definitely was the highlight of my trip (and yes, i was in Boracray for a few days). I am a novice history buff and was wanted to know the history of Manila/Phillipines. Tried reading about it in Lonely Planet, but not the same. Carlos's tour was very informative, entertaining and emotional. I would DEFINITELY recommend taking his tour. The guy is hilarous and clearly takes his history and culture seriously.The only issue is getting a taxi back home. A bit hard to find and as his tour ends at dusk, the area get a bit shady, so try to arrange for someone to pick you up - just in case.
247 Reviews
Churches and Cathedrals
Historical Architecture
jesse garillosThe Basilica is a must visit if you come to Cebu City. It houses the child Jesus brought by the spaniard explorers hundreds of years before. Various relics are also enshrined in the basilica.The Magellan's cross is also locsted near the entrance of the Basilica.The basilica is readily accessible through various modes of transportation and is walking distance from malls and dining areas.
266 Reviews
City Park
JRDGREATWhen Visiting Manila this is one things to do travelling with family @ Luneta Park Very Nice Place
73 Reviews
Geological Sites
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Gautam1The famous underground river in Puerto Princesa. In the cave I enjoy to seeing the the jaw dropping cave formations in every spot, in the cave you’ll see the limestone and pristine waters. There are many species specially bats. I enjoy the tour because of kuya who that gives us information about the rock formation and some facts and jokes by our tour guide. It was a great experience inside and I will visit again.
281 Reviews
Historical Site
samreshI went to visit Fort Santiago because I was in the old town and it was ranked so highly on TripAdvisor. It was 75 pesos to enter and all I saw was construction work being done. You can only walk down one main path which is also littered with horse carts asking to give you a 'tour'. When you finally reach the top part of the fort... It's drenched in this awful smell from the nearby polluted river. Definitely a pass until they can clean it up.

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EL Nido
Known as the “country of a thousand islands,” the Philippines is full of surprises. Travelers can explore history and the arts in Manila, relax along some of the world’s best beaches on Boracay, dive under the waves on Bohol, or explore countless coves and bays on Palawan. With delicious cuisine, friendly people, and a proud culture, there are near infinite possibilities available to travelers. In this short article, we will survey several popular destinations and recommend things to see. When planning a trip to the Philippines, focus on what you hope to experience and narrow your focus to a few locations.
avtarLove.Trip   22 May, 2019

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About Philippines

The Philippines is a land of a thousand islands and each has its own characteristics. Boracay is known for its fine white sand beaches and spectacular sunsets. Bohol sits on an underwater fault where large schools of fish dance among the corals. Palawan’s otherworldly landscapes are enchanting and make El Nido a great place for a romantic holiday. The shipwrecks in Coron Bay are a playground for divers, as are the many smaller islands with their own majestic underwater worlds.

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