River Deep: An afternoon cruise along the Nasipit River in Sorsogon

Halfway up the inclined path to Castilla’s municipal hall, the engine died again. I was getting frustrated over our ride—a motorcycle lent to us...

Mimaropa festival showcases Romblon as tourist haven

Romblon, the “Marble Capital of the Philippines,” will prove to be a promising tourist destination, as it hosts the third Mimaropa Festival in Odiongan...

Adopt a #PhilEagle at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila

This festive season, make a difference for nature by adopting a Philippine Eagle Stuffed Toy, available at five-star award-winning first and only sky hotel,...

Counting Secluded Strides in San Vicente’s Long Beach

Story & photos by Marky Ramone Go My step count must have numbered in the hundreds when I paused to survey my surroundings. I saw the...

Tourists from Philippines and Asia visit Las Vegas in record numbers

There has been a noticeable increase in visitors from tourists from the Philippines and Asia to the downtown area of Las Vegas, which has...

Your favorite getaway spot in Antipolo

Luljetta’s Place—Hanging Gardens Spa and Garden Suites, meticulously and beautifully carved along Antipolo ridges, offers the spectacular views of Laguna de Bay, Antipolo and...

Dive. Ride. Glide. Repeat.

FOR the longest time, Bohol has been synonymous to the Chocolate Hills, tarsier and Spanish-era churches. But beyond these tourism icons, this beguiling island province...

When ecotourism leaders meet

Part Two THE other speakers from Global Ecotourism Network (GEN) and Asian Ecotourism Network (AEN) included General Chairman Glenn Jampol, owner and developer of two five-level...

Dance for Peace marks this year’s Bonok-Bonok festival

SURIGAO City, the provincial capital of Surigao del Norte, recently celebrated the Bonok-Bonok Maradjaw Karadjaw Festival, a ritual dance which originated from its early settlers, the indigenous Mamanwa tribe. The...

For a fabulous Filipino finger-food feast

Foreign travelers or tourists who are willing to open their eyes and their taste buds to a whole new range of authentic, flavorful Pinoy...

When ecotourism leaders meet

Part One Some 15 countries, including Philippine representatives, spoke during the 2017 Ecotourism Leaders Conference and Festival held recently at the Subic Bay Exhibition and...

A Birthday in Batad

The month of May came with its sharp colors and unwavering heat, rolling into April like a raging truck. With its loud shades and...

Responsible travel and surfing highlighted at Reef‘s Free the Sea Movement...

Reef, a surf and lifestyle brand known worldwide, continues to promote responsible travel and environmental conservation with a fun-filled weekend in Baler for the...

What we lost and found in Japan

My recent trip to Osaka was far from the usual traveling scenario where a relative or friend would be fetching you from the terminal. It was the first...

Hong Kong Gears Up for ‘Spooktacular’ Halloween

Looking for haunted, hair-raising, spine-chilling action? Hong Kong has already pulled out all the stops for the ultimate Halloween experience that will surely get...

Mövenpick makes Asia pivot

In 2013 the United States made a military and diplomatic “pivot” or rebalance toward Asia to tap into the vast and growing consumer base of the booming...

Nagasaki, The City of Revivals

Story & photos by Joshua Berida It was like any other day, people walked home to the grocery store or doing mundane things like washing...

Wanna visit a goat farm?

Also known as the People’s Farm, the DV Boer Farm is not just about goat raising and cattle raising. For those who’d want to...

Juan For Fun 2017 announces winners

Packing more fun into your travels, leading travel and adventure gear distributor Jake Bros. recently partnered with the country’s most popular budget airline, Cebu...

Bask in the stillness of the countryside

Have you ever suddenly stopped in the middle of typing that business letter, or whatever you were doing? Stared at the window and wished...