Southeast Asia is a bustling region that has an eclectic mix of cultures and histories. The region’s urban landscapes are just as interesting as its natural attractions. The cities of this group of countries are modern but distinctly their own as well.
In what is known as the Central Luzon Plain, there is a landlocked province called Tarlac. Known for crops like sugar cane, and holding so much historical importance, it still somehow remains as one of the most underrated provinces in Luzon.
In the past years, hiking’s popularity has risen to greater heights. These days, spending as much time as one can in the mountains has become commonplace. Even most weekend warriors opt to leave the comforts of the city in exchange for a toiling albeit rewarding trek. The province of Rizal
Metro Davao covers 7 local government units: Davao City; Digos City and municipality of Santa Cruz in Davao del Sur; Tagum City, Panabo City, Samal, and municipality of Carmen in Davao del Norte. It has established strong economy brought about by trading, exporting, and agriculture. Industrial plants in Davao City,
Over the past several years, more and more beaches have been rediscovered in provinces surrounding Metro Manila. And if you’re a Manila-based weekend warrior, we’re positive you’ve seen most of them. So let’s put your “getaway geekery” to a test! How many of these beaches can you name correctly? Answers
We’ve always known Vigan as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but its recent recognition as one of the New 7 Wonders Cities gave the Ilocos Sur capital another tourism boom.
Ilocos Norte greeted me with beautiful weather. I was a bit worried going there because there was a typhoon, and it was raining hard the day before our trip. Thankfully, the weather stopped being gloomy and moved on to welcome us warmly on the day of our tour.