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Seda Lio offers new options for El Nido’s travelers

ACCOMMODATION options for the Northern Palawan traveler seeking world-class facilities and services vastly improved with the recent opening of the 153-room Seda hotel in...

Celebrating the good life

SO when this quaint island province off Northern Mindanao decided to celebrate its cultural identity 39 years ago, it cannot be anything other than...

The other side of Palawan

Part One Advocacy projects empower Palawan communities MUCH has been said about Palawan being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with its...

A happy journey to the eastern frontier

EVERY traveler, even the most jaded ones, undeniably has the Marco Polo or Ferdinand Magellan DNA running in his or her genes. The thought...

One Central Hotel puts downtown Cebu on top of preferred tourist...

TRUE to its monicker, the Queen City of the South is a “royalty” insofar as economic development is concerned. It is the epicenter of trade...

Pangulasian among the World’s and Asia’s Best by ‘Condé Nast Traveler’

EL Nido Resorts’s Pangulasian Island once again put the Philippines on the radar of the world’s most influential travel audiences when it was ranked...

Meanderings of a business and thin spaces traveler: Palestine & Israel 

LAST month I talked about the importance of business travel and airlines, a tale of three airlines, read the comparison. Japan and Blockchain. Istanbul,...

Pinoy chefs bag bronze awards

THREE Pinoy chefs—Chef Elmar Ruelo of Wangfu, Chef Joel Aroy of King Chef and Chef John Flores of Grand Convention Centre Cebu—won bronze awards...

The new Santa Fe turns heads on the road

WE’RE not talking about just beauty and power. The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe, which was launched recently in Subic, Zambales, is loaded with safety...

A convergence of faith, farm and ecotourism

THE city of Baybay in Leyte may not be your usual destination for recreation and sight-seeing at first impression. But a closer look at...

Meanderings of a business and thin spaces traveler

Part One SEPTEMBER is an epic time for business travel for me and, over a span of two weeks, I had traveled close to four...

Mindanao’s northern lights

DON’T let embassy travel advisories and unsavory news stories about Mindanao deprive you the opportunity of exploring the hidden charm of the so-called Land...

A view to a thrill

Story & Photos by Bernard L. Supetran SEASONED travelers, almost always, would look for three things when looking for a place to settle when on...

A ‘baluarte’ of culture and environment

THIS month wraps up a nostalgic visit for me in paradise, Sumilon. Very few could claim being part of the launch of paradise, and...

Sandbox raises the bar with two new attractions

Story & photos by Randy S. Peregrino SURROUNDED by Pampanga’s vast plains and mountain ranges is Alviera’s popular outdoor adventure park known as Sandbox. Situated within...

El Nido Resorts’s Miniloc undergoes improvements

MINILOC Island Resort, one of the four private islands of El Nido Resorts in Northern Palawan, has become a key destination for some parents,...

Lingering in Lingayen

Story & photos by Bernard L. Supetran SUMMER might be officially over, but that doesn’t mean beach bumming has also come to an end. On...

My personal paradise in the Visayas

Part One HAS it really been 12 years since I stayed alone in what’s probably the most incredibly beautiful island in the Visayas—Sumilon? This place holds...

Cuisine, culture and countryside

ASK any jaded traveler the things he or she is looking for in a destination, and chances are, they will be culture, cuisine and...

BRB, Boracay!

BORACAY may be closed for the next few months, but the rest of the Philippines is open for a beach getaway. The country is...