Globe Studios has just released a video of their newest celebrity ambassador Solenn Heussaff exploring Palawan, which was once again hailed the World’s Most Beautiful Island by several international publications.
By now, almost everyone is aware of Palawan’s unparalleled beauty. With all the adulating publicity that went out in its favor—it landed first on CNN’s list of the best islands in the Philippines, became a pit stop on The Amazing Race, and got minutes of screen time in The Bourne
Have you ever wondered what’s it like to be in Boracay before it emerged as a prime tourist destination, a time when this small island in Aklan was all sea and sand and not a developed center for nightlife and pub crawls? Though it hasn’t lost its prestige as a
Home is where the heart is. And in the case of Tell Them Ministry filmmaker Jasper Ivan Iturriaga, it is also where the art is. Jasper’s hometown of Isabela in Negros Occidental may have a huge influence on the way he frames his films but that’s not necessarily what art
The façade of a peaceful fishing village suggests a sojourn less adventurous during out-of-town pursuits. Perhaps this picture of solitude: you sitting close by the shoreline, watching fishermen come and go to the sea and back, eventually converging to collect and organize the day’s catch before retreating to their families.
In this age when modern technology gives access to things we need at the push of a button, it’s easy to think that when time loses pace, we’re left with nothing but ennui in our hands. But this wouldn’t be the case if you find yourself swimming with shelled creatures
It has always been a dream of mine to find pristine places that have never been photographed or documented. That in mind, we decided to set out on a week long expedition in Palawan, to places so remote that we didn’t even have access to fresh water for showers. Don’t
Much has been said about the Taal Volcano, the second most active volcano in the Philippines that is so iconic its ubiquity can be found in postcards and t-shirts. But there’s a larger picture here that begs not to go unnoticed: the Taal Lake. Drone Videographer and Photographer Christer Isulat
What could possibly be interesting about a cylindrical brick tower that was erected to provide lighted navigational assistance to sea vessels during the Spanish Colonial Era? Save for the fact that it’s a century-old monument whose loftiness can overwhelm people from its base sizing it up with an upward gaze,
Where two rivers—Bumbungan and Balanac—create a convergence, we find a humble municipality billed as the tourist capital of Laguna: Pagsanjan. Pagsanjan is the home of the Bangkero Festival, a celebration in March that sees the town’s bangkeros paddling in tourists amid rapids and between boulders en route to Pagsanjan Falls,