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You can tour the reef like a scuba diver and zoom in on corals and marine life.
Tubbataha Reef is a collection of coral reefs in the Sulu Sea. In 1993, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization or UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site because of its very high density of marine species. It sits at ...
 
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Material things excite us for a short time, while memories brought by experiences linger.
Moms and dads put in a lot of effort to take care of the family, so they deserve to reward themselves with a little something from their hard-earned money. But while getting the latest gadget or a limited edition bag is exciting ...
 
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Beach barbecues, beer, and your own music make this island a perfect paradise for campers and glampers.
Just an hour away from Puerto Galera is the untouched virgin beaches of Verde Island, also commonly known as Isla Verde. The island has escaped destructive commercial development, but there are a few licensed resorts in it. Isla Verde's crystal clear blue waters and white ...
 
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So. Damn. Tired.
It’s nearly 4 a.m. in Las Vegas, and Cardi B just told the ladies in the crowd at the outdoor, poolside club Kaos to "suck some dick tonight." I want a slice of pizza and my bed. I'm 35 years old, and ...
 
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Your next adventure is just a few taps away.
If you're a frequent traveler, then you know the struggles of manually searching for cheap flights all too well. Thankfully, those days are over. Because, now, there are several apps that will help you score the best airline deals. Here are some of the ...
 
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Think of it as having a travel agent on standby.
Technology has made a lot of things easier, one being travel. With just a click of a button, you can book a flight anywhere. Unfortunately, it stops there. Unlike old-school travel agencies, most of these sites will not act as personal concierges to ...
 
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It opens in October, just in time for the 40th MassKara Festival in Bacolod.
The first large-scale theme park in the Visayas will finally open before the year ends in Silay City, Negros Occidental. The highly anticipated P600-million theme park is called Magikland.“Magikland will officially open in October in time for the 40th MassKara festival,” said Reynaldo ...
 
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The rainy season is the best time for staycations with families.
Budget rooms and backpack hostels serve their purpose when doing exploratory traveling, but when it comes to a staycation with family, it’s a good idea to book a room that places you in the lap of luxury: suites, and not just suites, ...
 
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Who knew we were island people?
For many city people, it is inconceivable to think Greater Manila has islands in its midst—pieces of land surrounded by water. Manila sits on low, flat land that is deltaic in nature. Before the Pasig River reaches the bay, it tears into ...
 
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All proceeds from Bayanihan Para sa Batanes will be donated to humanitarian efforts for the victims of the July 27 Batanes earthquake.
On Saturday, July 27, two powerful earthquakes jolted Batanes, leaving nine dead and at least 60 people injured. Among those killed was a five-day-old infant.According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, the first earthquake occurred at 4:16 a.m. with a ...
 
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The water pollution in 3 towns in El Nido was found to be unsafe for swimming.
The six-month closure of Boracay gave the island paradise a much-needed break, and it seems like another tourist destination is next on the government's list of closures. The three barangays in Bacuit Bay and one in Corong-Corong—both in El Nido, Palawan—are being recommended for a three-month long closure by the Department of the Interior and ...
 
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The Cuban capital celebrates its 500th anniversary this year.
There aren't many places left on Earth that still have an aura of mystery to them. Cuba, though, definitely still has that aura. You might have been to a beach resort on its tourist-centric coasts, but beyond the cigars and the rum ...
 
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There's lots to discover in one of the country's smallest cities.
San Juan City has 21 barangays and boasts of a central location in Metro Manila as it is bounded by Manila, Quezon City, and Mandaluyong. It is a small city with a land area of merely 5.94 square kilometers and a population ...
 
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These are the details on how to avail of the 20% discount.
Traveling and going on family vacations has many positive benefits especially for kids, but it requires careful planning and budgeting — taking a trip isn’t cheap, especially when it involves plane rides. A new law authored by Senator Bam Aquino will help lighten ...
 
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Update your bucket list.
Everybody has their own list of places in the world they’d like to see at least once in their lives. But if you’re looking for the ultimate travel bucket list, UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites is a good place to start. Since 1976, ...
 
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Tips for a trip to Nara, Okayama, and Himeji from a seasoned traveler.
Japan has long been a popular destination for Filipinos because of its beautfil temples, history, culture and food, among many other things. The country has also become less strict with its visa requirements to boost tourism. Tokyo is the common first choice ...
 
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Escape to these Batangas beach resorts, which are a drive away from Manila.
Batangas is a dependable destination for impromptu weekend getaways. Given all its beachy options, it's only natural that it's top-of-mind when you feel like dropping everything for some fun in the sand.Getting there takes about three hours on a good day. Here ...
 
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The photos came from a collection of nitrate negatives, which were restored and developed by the American Geographical Society Library.
During our childhood years, we learned in school that Mayon Volcano was so destructive when it erupted in the 1800s that pyroclastic flow buried the nearby Cagsawa Church, leaving only part of its belfry as a testament to the volcano’s most powerful ...
 
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PAGASA gives an answer.
You might have seen pictures online of strange candle-shaped lights floating in the Sulu night sky, and like us, you likely have questions. No, unfortunately the strange shapes weren't aliens, but they are as interesting. The phenomenon was caused by ice crystals ...
 
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The three are the top most expensive cities to li ve in, according to a survey by Mercer.
Let's admit it, the first lure of working abroad is the salary. If you're flying out to a country that has a pretty strong currency, then chances are the money that you'll be sending back will afford much more when converted to pesos. And while ...
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