Where to Eat in Masbate City

Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Ham's Cup

Masbate City, the provincial capital of the province of the same name, may not be the ultimate haven for food trippers. But if you happen to visit the city, might as well venture into a gastronomic tour of its homegrown eat places. Forget Jollibee, Chowking…

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Candijay, Bohol: Cadapdapan Rice Terraces and Can-Umantad Falls

Monday, January 25, 2016
Candijay 01

Go beyond the usual Bohol itinerary and be mesmerized with other surprises that are hidden in the suburbs of Tagbilaran City. Because there’s more in Bohol than the Chocolate Hills, centuries old churches, man-made forest or the iconic Tarsiers. Two hours away from Tagbilaran, approximately…

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Siniloan Beyond Buruwisan: Tulay na Bato Falls, Hagdang Bato Falls, Asul na Talon and Kalawang Falls

Monday, January 11, 2016

Siniloan, the northeastern most town of the province of Laguna, is home to numerous waterfalls that lie along its different river systems. In fact, among their official tourism slogans is “Waterfalls Sanctuary of Eastern Laguna.” This is without a doubt as it is nested at…

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Chasing Waterfalls in Mauban: Dahoyhoy Falls, Hagdan-Hagdan Falls and Alitap Falls

Monday, November 2, 2015
Dahoyhoy Falls

Aside from Cagbalete Island, you have probably asked yourself what other attractions await in Mauban, Quezon. The town seems to be synonymous to the infamous island off the coast of the town. Unbeknownst to many, there’s more in Mauban for those who seek to explore…

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Alamada, North Cotabato: Seek for Asik-Asik Falls!

Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Asik-Asik Falls

The once undisturbed town of Alamada in the highland of North Cotabato is now a booming tourist destination. Thanks to the majestic Asik-Asik Falls for a promise of a brighter tourism landscape for this part of Mindanao. Asik-Asik Falls or Dulao Falls for the locals is…

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Maguindanao: The Blue Lagoons of Datu Odin Sinsuat

Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Maguindanao Blue Lagoon

Just the mention of Maguindanao gives a chill and cold shoulder to most travelers. Truth be told, the province is not a popular tourist destination. Years of armed conflicts and family feuds cast a dark shadow on its potential as a tourism hotspot. Sad reality…

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