Find rock formations shaped like a head of a dinosaur, Pegasus, and even the face of Jesus at this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Palawan
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Explore the best eats from the province where the mountains meet the seas
Hop from one gorgeous, serene island to the next without breaking the bank
Drive through clear streams, dusty paths, and rough roads in an ATV at the foot of majestic Mayon Volcano in Albay
Here are beautiful sights and beautiful people whose stories are worth sharing
Imagine a gigantic field totally aglow with 5,000 stunning lights. It's a romantic, dreamy, festive show for everyone to enjoy
Louie Lapat lives in Tagum City. He shares his perspective as a visitor to Manila, and his experiences in this colorful and vibrant city
This gigantic tree is 172.5 feet tall – a record-breaking height for Tagum City!
This peaceful spot carries the weight of Martial Law memories
Where can you find the Hidden Rice Terraces, see the Rafflesia flower in bloom, go whitewater river kayaking, and more? Here's why you need to visit Antique soon
A look at the river's mesmerizing blue waters and some facts about this beautiful body of water in Surigao del Sur
Stunning floats of various eye-catching designs show off local artistry and culture
Check out the full list of winners for the street dancing event, too, and see the intricate costumes worn by the dancers!
More on the cultural significance of Kadayawan and what makes this week-long celebration unique
People get together in Tuguegarao City to celebrate the week-long Pavvurulun 'Afi' or 'fire' Festival. Take a look at those beautiful fire-themed costumes!
The small town of Currimao keeps remains of its past as a fortified Spanish-period commercial complex that might be hard to match elsewhere in the country: from watchtowers, an almacen, to coral rock formations
What makes Cebu City beautiful are its creative people who find ways to make it livable, alive, and living
Feast your eyes on this unassuming natural wonder that is just glowing with laid-back charm and beauty
Joshua Berida talks about his experiences at Spin Hostel, a backpacker's dream dorm
There are many stunning places to see in Palawan, and El Nido and Coron are two of the most popular destinations. Writer Potpot Pinili presents the differences between the two
It's a whole new world underwater. Traveler Pauline Buenafe shares her account of a spectacular visit to Apo Reef
Where can you find a 'natural jacuzzi,' pink sand, and more? A trip to these beaches may take hours and hours – but it's well worth the magical sights that await
Go river-trekking, try a zipline and monkey bridge, take in the view of a multi-tiered, gigantic waterfall, and more
The water is an aquamarine color so pure it looks Photoshopped. The waters are so crystal-clear that you can see the waterbed even in the deepest parts.
An underwater cave connects Lake Bababu to the open sea, and it has been successfully entered by a group of experienced scuba drivers. Find out more about this destination here
A peek at just a few of Mindanao's most stunning locations: dreamy Sitangkai, the crystal clear waters of Sulu, Basilan's beautiful beaches, and more
It isn't easy to get there, but once you arrive, you are rewarded with serenity and peace at beautiful Lake Holon
Traveler Potpot Pinili trails special dorado catchers in Batanes, following ancient fishing traditions called 'kapayvanuvanua'
'I am looking forward to the time when hearing of places such as Kidapawan, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga, Sulu, or Mindanao will not elicit fear but fond, beautiful memories.'
Go island-hopping, explore the caves and beaches, and more
In Alegria, adventure awaits. More about where is stunning photo was taken, in the words of traveler Rachel Lim
With its mountainside pools, decades-old balete trees, and stunning views of Antipolo, Laguna de Bay, and Metro Manila, Luljetta's Hanging Gardens and Spa lives up to its name.
Boracay, where moments of serenity and sensory overload go hand in hand. When life was easy and breezy in the island, people must have thought they were in the bosom of paradise.
Find out how you can hike the hills of Quitinday, swim with the fish in Matnog, feast at Bicol's restaurants, and more
Watch a moonrise, visit the enchanting lagoon of Matukad Island, camp out under a sky full of stars – all while taking in the raw beauty of the Caramoan Islands
Landing gracefully on Ivatan soil for the first time, Wakay Air touches down to a cheering crowd at Basco Airport in Batanes
The beauty of this mountain and the fulfillment that awaits adventurous souls who climb it should be experienced by every Filipino. It's our moral obligation to protect it for future generations
Heritage sites damaged in the 2013 Bohol earthquake were recently turned over. Writer Jona Bering reflects on faith, Catholicism, and history before the newly restored Magellan's Cross in Cebu
'I decided to come to the Philippines when I realized that there was a limited amount of resources available online about Filipino tribes, but substantial evidence that there was much to be discovered,' writes traveler Donna Bramhall
Mindanao is home to many pristine beaches, fetching landscapes and beautiful waterfalls that will entice anyone to return
Colorful Buglasan festival, peaceful Silliman University, placid beaches, and a look at the city's growing art scene
See more pictures of the gorgeous floats plus the celebs who came to join in on the fun
Traveler Irene Maligat spends around P8,300 on a 5-day trip to Batanes. Here's her adventure-filled itinerary, plus budget tips for those looking to save while on vacation
Scenes from the colorful, blooming street parade at this year's Panagbenga Festival
Looking for a date place? Here are fun finds for different budgets
'Once you visit some places in the world, you get a feeling whether you’ll return to them or not. But the Philippines is one place I'll always go back to,' writes English traveler Tommy Walker
'Nagsasa shows that there can be something beautiful after a disaster – new beginnings, new hopes, and new reasons to fall in love again.'
Check out what happened at the Invasion show at the Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo City