Nested at the foot of Sierra Madre is the town of Siniloan, the north-easternmost town of the province of Laguna. It is home to numerous waterfalls that lie along its different river systems, thus it is only befitting to be called “The Waterfalls Sanctuary of Eastern Laguna.” Siniloan is known to have at least thirteen waterfalls and perhaps more that are yet to be exposed to public attention. The most popular ones are tucked in the slope of Mount Romelo, the southwest border of Sierra Madre…Continue Reading “The Waterfalls of Mount Romelo: Buruwisan, Batya-Batya, Binaytuan and More”
In the past, a mere mention of waterfalls in Cebu equates to Kawasan, the most famous falls of the province located in Badian, some three-hour land travel from Cebu City. With its majestic cascades and beautiful turquoise water, Kawasan Falls without a doubt, is worthy of admiration… a sight to behold! But more than Kawasan Falls, we could count the other waterfalls with our fingers. There’s Mantayupan Falls of Barili and Tumalog Falls of Oslob, then we would buckle and think if there’s more. Admittedly,…Continue Reading “Offbeat Cebu: Ten Amazing Waterfalls of the South”
That is the big question! But understand that the Philippines is an archipelagic country with different climatic types due to differences in geography and distances between the islands, so it is possible that it is raining hard in Manila and yet it is sunny and blue sky in Boracay. So forget about the weather! After all, there are other reasons why one place is best visited on specific month.
The best things in life are free! Cliche as it seems but this saying still holds true… and most specially true if you are in an expensive place such as Singapore. In various research and studies, Singapore was identified as the most expensive place not only in Asia but in the world. It was ranked as the most expensive city to live in by Economist Intelligence Unit in 2015 and fifth most expensive place in Earth by Knight Frank Wealth Report. So if you are…Continue Reading “Free Things to Do in Singapore”
The Philippines, being an archipelagic country surrounded by various bodies of water, is home to a diverse and vivid underwater word. In fact, our entire country lies in Coral Triangle, the global center of marine biodiversity. With the Philippines on its core, we are on the center of world’s marine biodiversity.
Every sunrise is beautifully different but they all convey the same message. A promise of a brand new day… of renewed hope and optimism. Here in the Philippines, we are privileged to have 7,107 awe-inspiring view of the rising sun, spread from island to island, from lowland to highland.