We all have a happy place. It’s where we feel most comfortable and satisfied, and it’s usually this warm feeling that draws us back to a place, time and again. For many of us, Baguio is THAT place, even more so when the sweltering heat of summer spares us no
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the Philippines’ primary gateway. It chiefly serves the Greater Manila area, a usual layover destination, and nearby provinces in Luzon. The airport has four terminals — NAIA Terminal 1, 2, 3, and 4. Terminal 3 is the newest and the largest. Officially inaugurated in
With its western border facing the West Philippine Sea, La Union effortlessly surfed its way through the country’s tourism map and welcomes huge waves of visitors for its swells and culinary gems. But further inland, beyond the sandy shores, Elyu cradles several waterfalls roaring and meandering through its mountainous bosom.
Famous for its chocolate hills, Bohol is an island province in the Central Visayas Region. It is also known for the Philippine Tarsier, which is said to be the world’s smallest primate that is endemic to the region. Recently, Bohol Island was designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark, making it
If you’re looking to spice up your weekend, La Union is a temptation most vacationers can hardly resist. Popularly referred to as Elyu, the province is part of the Ilocos Region (Region I) in Northern Luzon. The entire stretch of its western border faces the West Philippine Sea, making the
Mark my words: adrenaline junkies and thrill-seekers will never get tired of Cagayan de Oro. Let’s be real: island adventures aren’t a novelty in the Philippines. However, if you’re looking to go EXTREME, Cagayan de Oro or CDO, the capital of Misamis Oriental in Northern Mindanao, is among the destinations
Clark International Airport (CRK) lies between the border of Angeles and Mabalacat in Pampanga, Philippines. The airport is situated within the Clark Freeport Zone, which formerly hosted the US Air Force base. It mainly serves Central and Northern Luzon, but it also extends its service to the Greater Manila Area.
Clark International Airport (CRK) welcomes both domestic and international flights. Although it mainly serves North and Central Luzon, it helps decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which generally serves the National Capital Region as the primary gateway to the Philippines. Clark Airport sits in the Clark Freeport Zone, a former
Because of its very strategic location, Manila served a significant role throughout the country’s history. During the pre-colonial era, the area we now call Manila fostered a flourishing trade relationship with other Asian dynasties and kingdoms. During the Spanish colonial era, the walled city Intramuros was established, and then the
Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, commonly referred to as EDSA, is the primary thoroughfare of Metro Manila. This major arterial road stretches from north to south, covering six (6) local government units in the National Capital Region: Caloocan, Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Makati, and Pasay. It also connects to