Mactan Island is part of Cebu Province and is one of the most densely populated islands in the Philippines. Lying off the eastern coast of mainland Cebu, the island is linked to the rest of the province by three bridges: the Mactan–Mandaue Bridge, the Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and the Cebu–Cordova
All hail to the Queen City of the South! A highly urbanized city and one of the richest in the country, Cebu City sits on the throne of economic success brought about by various industries: tourism, trade, commerce, shipping, real estate, finance, and technology. It is a key city in
El Nido, along with Coron and Puerto Princesa, completes the revered tourism triumvirate of Palawan. Punctuating the northeast part of mainland Palawan, it is bordered by bodies of water on all sides, except in the south — the West Philippine Sea to the west, the Linapacan Strait to the north,
Occupying the midsection of mainland Palawan, Puerto Princesa is the capital and sole city in the province of Palawan in the MIMAROPA Region. Like a prized gem, it completes the province’s treasured tourism trio with El Nido and Coron. A fixed name in the roster of the cleanest and greenest
ALL ABOARD! Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), LRT-1’s private operator is partnering with Renacimiento Manila and is launching ikotMNL, the LRT-1 Heritage Transit Tour! Commuting in Manila can be confusing and chaotic, but if you step away from the rush hour madness, it’s really quite a colorful ride. When you
Coron is part of the Calamianes Group of Islands scattered on the northern part of Palawan. It completes the province’s tourism triad along with Puerto Princesa and El Nido. Encompassing half of Busuanga Island and other surrounding islands including Coron Island, the Municipality of Coron is brimming with natural splendor.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the main gateway to the Philippines. It has four terminals — NAIA 1, 2, 3, and 4. According to the proposed Schedule and Terminal Assignment Rationalization (STAR) plan, Terminals 1 and 3 will host international flights, while Terminals 2 and 4 will harbor domestic flights.
When it comes to destinations near Metro Manila, Batangas surely tops the list. Ask anyone who lives in the metro and they have probably gone to Batangas for a family outing, company team building, or a random beach trip with friends. However, it’s not just its proximity that draws people
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