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A Sailing We Will Go

An archipelago of 7,641 islands with a 36,289-kilometer coastline, you can easily conclude that water sports is the hands-down national recreation in the Philippines.

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay invites families to a rejuvenating beachfront...

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay is inviting guests to start the New Year in the best possible way, with a rejuvenating beachfront break including...

February concludes with the country’s Bamboo Organ Festival

On February 21, the 44th International Bamboo Organ Festival will open this year with a gala concert for the sustaining members of the Bamboo...

Duty Free PHL to open more stores in 2019

Duty Free Philippines Corp. (DFPC) Chief Operating Officer (COO) Vicente Pelagio Angala announced the agency’s plan to open new stores at the international airports...

Towering Dagobas and Buddhist Relics of Anuradhapura

Story & photos by Bernard Joseph Esposo Guerrero My penchant for visiting Unesco World Heritage Sites (WHS) has gone beyond...

Emirates and flydubai partnership reaches new heights

The strategic partnership between Dubai’s two airlines, Emirates and flydubai, continues to open up the world for travelers since its launch 14 months ago,...

Lima Park Hotel is 2019 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice

For the second straight year, Lima Park Hotel is once again recognized as a Top Hotel for Families under the 2019 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice awards for hotels. This award...

Philippine Rise Exhibit

By Gelyka Ruth R. Dumaraos / All photos from Oceana Philippines The Philippine Rise’s marine biodiversity and reefscapes were highlighted in...

Welcome the Year of the Earth Pig at Diamond Hotel

An auspicious year awaits you as the joyful and resilient Earth Pig draws success in all the spheres of life in its Yin form. So don...

Reasons you should not miss the Pasinaya this year

WHETHER you are quite new in the arts, a casual fan or an art aficionado, you will surely find something that will catch...

Usher in abundance with Feng Shui Master Joseph Chau

A flow of luck and prosperity is coming as Marco Polo Ortigas Manila welcomes the coming of the Earth Pig with Feng Shui...

The confluence of old and new in Wuhan

Story & photos by Joshua Berida I’ve been to different parts of China; the breakneck pace at which everything is...

Come home to Citadines Bay City Manila

A spectacular view of Manila Bay greets you in the morning as sunlight streams through your window. As you take in that last...

Rediscovering the healing power of Baguio’s forest

Baguio City has always been a premier destination for its cool climate and pine-scented air. Many people, especially those who come from Metro Manila,...

Israel expects more Filipino tourists in 2019

The Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) eyes a boost Filipino tourist arrivals following a 25-percent growth last year. The tourism board noted the all-time high...

Biodiversity on Wheels goes to Tandag, Surigao del Sur

Because province faces the mighty Pacific Ocean, surf-worthy waves pound the shorelines of Surigao del Sur all year round. For many, this becomes a...

ISST opens Cavite campus  

The International School of Sustainable Tourism (ISST) recently opened its new training center at the 52-hectare integrated farmland of James Yen Center of the...

Paddling in Poseidon’s Paradise

The quiet island of Kalanggaman in Palompon, Leyte, burst into life once more as local paddlers ruled the 15-kilometer kayak marathon and mantaha regatta divisions of...

Sojourn in Veliky Novgorod: The birthplace of Russia

I arrived in Veliky Novgorod City in the early morning, the sun hasn’t risen yet, and I still couldn’t speak Russian other than the...

Reef makes a pledge for cleaner beaches

Dedicated to making sure beaches stay clean and healthy, international beach apparel brand Reef pledges to use the fun, freedom and spirit of the...
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