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There's another catch, too.
Here's some good news: Japan is reportedly reopening borders in October. The bad news, however, is that tourists are excluded.Top Story: Nagging Wives Make Husbands Live Longer and HealthierAccording to reports, the country will allow travelers—more specifically, international students and business people—to enter ...
 
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The will give the tourism industry a much-needed boost.
The Department of Tourism said Wednesday that it was gauging which local tourist destinations could reopen to visitors even as the threat of COVID-19 remains.Top story: Study Reveals the Two Pop Songs Most Enjoyed by PsychopathsAuthorities are eyeing the gradual resumption of tourism ...
 
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Welcome to the new normal of travel and hospitality.
It seems local tourism is back up and running. People are flocking to Tagaytay—and soon, Baguio—to travel safely and responsibly. Slowly, other destinations are welcoming guests again with safety protocols and precautions.Top Story: How To Spot Fake Rich People, According to the Truly ...
 
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Three historical events happened in this church.
On September 15, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) formally turned over to the public the newly restored Barasoain Church, formally known as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish. The predominantly Baroque Church and the adjoining convent had undergone a restoration ...
 
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It's an event of 'delicious no flying.'
If you haven’t had the pleasure of flying premium, consider this your chance. Thai Airways has just opened a café that serves its business- and first-class fare.Top Story: The History of El Deposito, the Biggest Spanish Artifact in the PhilippinesIn a post on ...
 
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Ah, to be rich.
While millions are still reeling from the effects of the pandemic, the super-rich are excited to getting their passports stamped once again.Top Story: Guys, Who Is Ivana Alawi, And Why Are We Talking About Her BathtubA survey from the Small Luxury Hotels of the ...
 
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in love with the Philippines.
Back in August 2020, Joseph Gordon Levitt asked Filipinos to help him get beautiful pictures of the Philippines. “Hello to my friends in the Philippines! I've got another project for you... Find a photo that you've taken somewhere in the Philippines. Any photo ...
 
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Italy topped the list.
After months being cooped up at home, traveling is on everyone’s mind. Once the pandemic is over and the lockdown eases, those daydreams can turn into a reality as border reopen for international travel. So where does everyone want to go? According ...
 
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It’s more fun diving in the Philippines.
The Philippines is no stranger to tourism awards. Our beaches are world renowned for its white sand, five-star resorts, and pristine waters. This time though, it’s not the beaches getting the recognition but the ocean beyond as the Philippines has been named ...
 
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Donsol is attracting more whale sharks than ever.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines has identified 19 new individual whale sharks in the waters of Ticao-Burias Pass Protected Seascape (TBPPS) since the start of 2020.Nestled between the provinces of Masbate, Sorsogon and Albay, the TBPPS is a critical ...
 
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The lost surfboard has bridged a friendship between its old and new owners. 
A lost surfboard in Hawaii floated 8,500 kilometers across the Pacific Ocean and bridged a friendship between its original owner Doug Falter from Hawaii and its new owner Giovanne Branzeula from the Philippines. Falter was surfing in Hawaii in 2018 when a wave ...
 
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'We appreciate the fortitude and dedication of Filipinos.'
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has released “We Salute You,” a video that pays tribute to the more than 150,000 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who have been working in Singapore since the onset of the pandemic. Top Story: Gal Gadot and The Most Beautiful Israeli ...
 
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Adding it to the bucket list.
If you loved South Korea's Purple Isles, then you'll definitely want to visit the Hani Lavender Farm, a wide stretch of breathtaking blooms located in the Goseong County of Korea's Gangwon Province. According to Korea's official travel website, the famed farm was first opened in ...
 
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The lakes have become the clearest they have ever been.
Palawan has been the go-to travel destination of many travelers around the world.The island is known not only for its pristine beaches, but also for its picturesque lakes surrounded by limestone rock formations.Lucky for Japhet Daco, he was witness to two of ...
 
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Life’s a beach for this guy and his family.
The government imposed restrictions on movement because of the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March, but Reuben “Junjun” Ganaden II had an inkling something was about to go down as early as February. The landscape designer  had been flying in and out of Siargao, ...
 
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Learn how to master hokkien mee, a close relative of Pancit Malabon.
As we find ourselves all stuck at home, beginner cooks and seasoned foodies have found enjoyment in preparing home-cooked meals, following recipes online or turning to video tutorials for guidance.Singapore is serving up a Live Masterclass from Philippines’ own international chef and restaurateur ...
 
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Here's another destination to visit in Korea apart from Seoul.
Anyone dreaming of visiting South Korea will no doubt have Seoul at the center of their itinerary. However, if you’ve got enough time on your hands, or you just so happen to be flying to SK for the nth time, why not ...
 
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According to Tripadvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards.
In Tripadvisor’s 2020 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Popular Destinations in Asia, the highest ranking Philippine destination isn’t Palawan—it’s Panay Island.Top story: Sultan Kudarat: The Philippines’ Most Powerful SultanPanay Island, the lone Philippine travel destination on the 2020 list, came at 20th place. Bali, ...
 
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Apparently, the floppy disk is what keeps Boeing 747-400s up in the air.
In the age of cloud computing, quantum computers, and even quantum teleportation, the airline industry is relying on an ancient piece of contraption invented some ten thousand years ago: the 3.5-inch floppy disk. Apparently, the 1.44-mb storage device is what keeps Boeing 747-400s ...
 
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In case you wanted to know where other countries are at right now.
It's no secret the Philippines is behind when it comes to battling COVID-19—and that's putting it mildly. A group of leading doctors says we're losing. Top Story: The Story Behind That Ostrich Running Around a Village in Quezon CityRight now, it feels like we're living that SpongeBob ...
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