SLIGHTLY BIGGER than Boracay, Calicoan Island is part of the town of Guiuan, Eastern Samar. Dubbed as the “Surfing Capital of the Visayas,” the islet (see featured image) is currently being envisioned as one of the Philippines’ next top tourist destinations. Advertisements
YOU MAY BE TOO consumed by the idea of going to paradise-like island countries such as Maldives, but hey, Australia is such a huge country for you to miss it. Take a look at the world map once again. Not only huge in land area, this country has a very diverse climate, culture, geography, history, and population — enough reasons for you to include Australia on your bucket list.
ABRA IS BEST ASSOCIATED with Abra river, the biggest, longest and most popular river among the numerous rivers crisscrossing the valleys of this Northern Philippines’ province, and it is where all rivers and streams here converge. Unknown to many, Abra is also rich in treasures. So don’t be surprised if your timeline gets flooded with paradise-like waterfalls that have been kept secret from the world outside for long, in the next few days — the hidden treasures of Abra have finally been found! Thanks to the netizens and photographers who don’t keep the beauty of previously-unknown Philippines’ destinations to themselves. Or at least those places we care less about before.
VISA PROCESSING can be very tiresome. Most of the time, it hinders Filipinos from exploring the world out there. So why worry about a visa if you could travel some of the world’s best destinations without one? Yeah, using only your Philippine passport, there is a long list of countries that you could visit, visa-free.
FROM BEING THE QUIET business park when the sun was still up, Clarke Quay begins to put on some make up, changes her mood as the sun goes down, while the Singapore River turns busy for another night of playing host to thousands of visitors.