Angeles City

Angeles City

Angeles City is a 1st class city in the province of Pampanga, Philippines. It is near to the Clark International Airport and Clark Special Economic Zone (formerly Clark Air Base). It also has a significant red-light district in the Fields Avenue area. The economy of Angeles City has accelerated in the past decade driven by […]

Antique

Antique

Antique is bounded by the rugged central mountains of Panay, bordering on the provinces of Aklan, Capiz, Iloilo and the Sulu Sea. It is one of the six provinces comprising Western Visayas and one of the four provinces in the island of Panay. Antique’s steep slopes and rugged, long mountain ranges have isolated it from […]

Zamboanga

Zamboanga

Zamboanga City — on the tip of the peninsula that juts out of the bottom of Mindanao island in the southern Philippines — is a delightful combination of history, culture, scenic beauty and economic potential. Image Zamboanga is 142 thousand hectares of sloping terrain rising from a surrounding shoreline of coral beaches to mineral-rich mountains […]

Tagaytay City, the “Second Summer Capital”

Tagaytay City, the “Second Summer Capital”

Tagaytay City is considered as the country’s second summer capital next to Baguio City because of its crisp and cool climate all year round, is a treasure box of pleasure points by itself. Tagaytay City is located in the Province of Cavite, island of Luzon, approximately 56 kilometers south of Manila. It lies within 120° […]

Tacloban

Tacloban

Tacloban City is the largest city and regional center of the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. It is also the capital city of Leyte. It is the center of commerce, tourism, education, culture, and government in the region. Tacloban is located on Cancabato Bay, in the San Juanico Strait which divides the islands of […]

Subic Bay

Subic Bay

In the 17th Century, Spanish naval forces began to use Subic Bay to safeguard their holdings in the Philippines. Folklore says that Olongapo was named as a result of a Chinese sailor who arrived at Subic and wished to trade with the natives for porcelain, silk and trinkets. As he sailed past Grande Island, a […]

Rizal

Rizal

The Province of Rizal is a land of vast resources, abundant water supply, untapped mineral resources, with access to markets and trade advantages, numerous tourism potentials, favorable peace and order climate, various investable and bankable industries, and skilled labor force. Rizal has an estimated population of 1.7 million people as of Year 2000, with an […]

Puerto Galera, the Islands’ Loveliest Harbor

Puerto Galera, the Islands’ Loveliest Harbor

Climate Oriental Mindoro enjoys a climate favorable to vegetable growth throughout the year. What is remarkable is that there is neither a dry season nor a pronounced maximum rain period. The location and topography of the island on the western side of the great ocean body is another contributing factor in the rainfall pattern of […]

Pampanga, the “Culinary Center of the Philippines”

Pampanga, the “Culinary Center of the Philippines”

Steeped in history and blessed with natural and man-made scenery, Pampanga offers several sightseeing options for visitors. Pampanga has always enjoyed the title, “The Culinary Center of the Philippines.” It is populated by resourceful hardy folk who are justifiably proud of their famous Kapampangan cuisine. The capital city of San Fernando is world-famous for its […]

Palawan, the Philippines’ Last Frontier

The name Palawan is believed to come from Chinese word “pa-lao-yu” meaning “The land of beautiful safe harbour” and a Spanish word “paragua”, which likens the shape of the island to a closed umbrella. Palawan is paradise, sanctuary to an amazing variety of fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world. It is blessed […]

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