Here are the popular cities that you need to consider when visiting the Philippines.
MANILA – the capital of the Philippines – its heart and soul, sets a rhythm of life in the archipelago and is a pulsating hub that blends the Oriental with the Occidental, the quaint with the modern, and the mundane with the extraordinary.
CEBU – the gateway to a thousand journeys is a tropical island with balmy weather, pristine beaches, crystalline waters, and luxurious resorts of modern living and islands perfect for divers. Famous for the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan who planted the Cross of Christianity in the name of Spain in 1521.
PALAWAN – the last frontier, with bountiful resources, abundant wildlife, and extraordinary natural beauty, it first attracted foreign attention in the 1970s. As the old story goes, you can wake up to amazing scenery of skyscraping dark cliffs, thick green forest, white sand beach, sparkling water, and rising above it all, magnificently sculpted jade islands.
DAVAO – named as the Land of Plenty, best known for its “Kadayawan sa Dabaw”, its premier festival with the weeklong merrymaking highlights, capped by a flower and fruit float parade, and street dancing parade will complete the celebration. Major exporter of bananas, citrus, and other tropical fruits.
BORACAY – white beach is so, sooo fine, its feels like treading on miles of baby powder. A small island in the central Philippines, it is always included on the best islands of the world list, is shaped like a dog bone. It is 8km long, and 1km wide at its narrowest. The nightlife pulsates with many bars and restaurants serving food, drink and fun until the wee hours of dawn.
BOHOL – a province in the Philippines, known for its coral reefs and unusual geological formations, notably the Chocolate Hills and the ever shy tarsiers, the world’s smallest primate, which occupies 134-hectares of the sanctuary.
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