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DOT’s latest stunt is a gamefied virtual tour of the country. 
This is what you get when you have a Tourism secretary who is a gamer and an avid player of Pokemon Go. The Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched a gamified virtual tour of the Philippines titled “Where in the Philippines is ...
 
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Move over, drive-in cinema.
Catching a movie has taken a completely different meaning amid the pandemic. There are plenty of streaming services for binge-watching on the weekends. Local film festivals have figured out an on-demand scheme to simulate the feel of a busy movie week, except ...
 
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According to Remitly.
Memes about moving abroad came up plenty of times this year with so much uncertainty around. Apparently, it didn't stop at memes though. Google found that there was a 29 percent increase in anything related to migration. And, a new report by financial startup ...
 
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Uh, cool?
One year after being ground zero for COVID-19, it looks like Wuhan is doing great.It’s just the rest of the world that’s gone to shit.The megacity has just released a tourism video that’s pretty much an unsubtle attempt at cleaning its image ...
 
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We can't wait to go back.
With most of us homebound for the last eight months and counting, the Department of Tourism is inviting the public to consider traveling again.  As long as we make sure to strictly follow the proper safety protocols.The DOT campaign “Have a Safe ...
 
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If you’re willing to go through multiple health checks, Baguio is ready to welcome you back.
Kidlat Tahimik first heard about Enrique de Malacca in the late 1970s. The artist and filmmaker became so fascinated with the story of the Malay slave who became a member of Ferdinand Magellan’s expedition party—and who some historians believe is the first ...
 
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According to National Geographic.
Next year, 2021, is looking to be huge for both travel and tourism—so much so that several experts have already come up with a term to refer to the phenomenon: revenge travel. According to studies, the next few months will be a period for travel where people will ...
 
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The best travel spots are already in the Philippines.
Post-pandemic travel is already on everyone’s mind, and it looks like we already know where to go: right here in the Philippines, which has been hailed as Asia’s Leading Dive Destination and Asia’s Leading Beach Destination by the 27th Travel Awards.READ MOREThe ...
 
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It can fit up to eight people.
Cebu in Central Visayas has a variety of tourist destinations perfect for any traveler: a heritage district in Cebu City, the most amazing white-sand beaches in Malapascua and Moalboal, and exciting trails in Badian. Add to that some of the out-of-this-world places tucked behind ...
 
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There's a catch.
Is this COVID-infested city getting a little too crowded for you? Well, you can live out your antisocial dreams by moving to an abandoned town by purchasing a home for only... €1 (P56.67).Did we mention it’s in Italy?READ MOREThree Philippine Resorts on ...
 
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We know where we're going post-pandemic.
Philippine beaches triumph once more. Even a pandemic can’t stop the world from admiring our white sand beaches, endless coastlines, and stunning azure oceans. In the latest Big 7 Travel rankings, the Philippines’ own Boracay and Palawan were recognized on the list ...
 
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As they say, bad publicity is still publicity, right?
That’s right. After years of animosity, Borat has officially been embraced by the entire nation of Kazakhstan after the country’s tourism department decided that if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. The official slogan of Kazakh Tourism is now: “Kazakhstan. Very Nice!”We ...
 
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This is travel in 2020.
As our borders are slowly reopening, allowing travel to and from the Philippines, every passenger will now need to download the contact tracing app Traze, as per government mandate.READ MORECountries Are Now Opening Doors to Filipino TravelersThe Philippines Ranks Among Top 20 ...
 
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Where can your passport take you?
Filipinos can travel to more countries, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Monday, just days before easing of restrictions on leisure travel abroad take effect.The DFA said Laos and Afghanistan have joined the list of nations that have lifted inbound restrictions on Filipino travelers, subject to flight ...
 
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It's the newest trend.
The ongoing pandemic is causing a shift in the way we travel. People now opt for private villas to somehow make sure that they're not exposed to the virus. Others, however, take physical distancing to a whole new level by just traveling ...
 
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The drive will be worth it.
Ilocos Norte and Anilao in Batangas open their doors this week to visitors from Luzon to give the tourism industry a much-needed boost and to give Filipinos vacation options from months of quarantine, officials said.READ MORE ABOUT TOURISM:Boracay Leads Careful Reopening in the PhilippinesHow This Resort Managed to Preserve BoracayLike Boracay, ...
 
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The airline is operating at only 15% capacity compared to before the coronavirus crisis.
Cebu Pacific is planning to raise approximately $500 million (about P24.2 billion) through bonds and shares to help mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.ALSO READ: AIRLINE INDUSTRYCebu Pacific to Cancel Flights Between PH and Mainland China Starting February 2Philippine Airlines Losses ...
 
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The government wants us to travel.
Boracay is open. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque (and the resulting memes) made it official this week when he invited people to come visit the pristine island, his arms oustretched. Two weeks prior, he promoted the island’s faux version along Roxas Boulevard in Manila, and encouraged people to ...
 
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Raffles Makati is on the list of its best hotels in Asia, too.
Three El Nido resorts have been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards as among the best resorts in Asia. 715,000 readers rated their top picks in Asia outside of Indonesia and Thailand.READ MORE ON EL NIDO:El Nido Resorts Offers ...
 
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According to European Best Destinations.
If—that's a big if—the Philippines weren't on any travel quarantine red lists by December, where would you go for revenge travel? The one country on your bucket list? Or your favorite destination, perhaps? We'd take a guess and say the safest country ...
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