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The suspension of 'all travel from the United Kingdom and Ireland' is effective midnight Monday EST (12 pm Philippine time on Tuesday, March 17)
The city also suspends classes in all levels from March 16 to 20
Here's an overview of the National Capital Region and the challenges and complexities of implementing a 'lockdown' or 'community quarantine' in the area
Travelers who had hurried to leave Europe before the travel ban is implemented braced themselves for chaos at New York's JFK but on their arrival find the airport calmly serene
The International Air Transport Association warns that airlines, already suffering from the impact of the coronavirus, would face even more financial woes
Researchers find that the economies most likely to suffer would be those most dependent on Chinese tourism, including the Philippines
(UPDATED) The Australian Parliament also reaches out to De Lima as the country works on its own version of the Magnitsky Act
The event is pushing through at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay
The airline says all affected guests will be promptly notified via email or SMS
(UPDATED) Airlines offer alternatives to passengers with flight tickets to destinations in mainland China
Consider these under-the-radar places of nature and culture for your next travel adventures this year!
Both 2017 and 2018 had posted exceptionally high rates of tourism growth
The deadline to apply is January 17, 2020. Interested?
The surf paradise in Surigao del Norte makes it to the list along with destinations such as Kyoto in Japan, Galway in Ireland, and Pakistan
(UPDATED) Over 2,600 passengers across the region are stranded due to the suspension of sea travel
Well, I went to the twin national museums instead
Many times I feel that nothing is better than another female's company when I’m traveling alone
Amanpulo Resort is recognized as World’s Leading Dive Resort
Use these 5 tips to prepare for the Singles' Day online frenzy on November 11
Travellers International buys back its shares at just P5.50 apiece, much lower than its IPO price of P11 back in 2013
Hays Travel acquires Thomas Cook's 555 United Kingdom stores for an undisclosed sum and says it will hire 'as many Thomas Cook staff as possible'
Though Brazilians speak Portuguese, the Filipino language has just enough Spanish words for any Filipino to connect with them
With British travel giant Thomas Cook in trouble, travelers fear they will be unable to return home or their trips will not push through
Experts share some insights into how local governments can help boost, and sustain, their tourism industry
Travellers International says its conversion from a public entity into a private company will allow it to address 'evolving market demands' without compromising business strategies
The US warning comes after countries including Australia, Britain, Ireland, Singapore, and Japan issued heightened travel warnings for Hong Kong
Planning to visit Hanoi soon? Here's a 4-day itinerary and travel guide to help you out!
The feature, called Traveler Alert, hides LGBTQ+ users' profiles or their sexual orientation information if they're in countries where same-sex relationships are illegal
Are you into sports, food, or the arts? You’ll surely make memories you’ll never forget!
Alliance Global's property arm Megaworld Corporation receives the lion's share of the budget set for 2020 to 2024
Make it count by visiting some of these new and off-the-beaten spots
For starters, he or she prefers more meaningful trips than simply getting as many stamps on their passports as possible
The Enchanted River's Blue Lagoon is one of the most visited places in Hinatuan
It’s more fun in the Philippines…if you know what to pack for your trip
Get to know more about Accenture's 'See the New, Now' movement
Here's a short list of weekend adventures that can reinvigorate you by Monday
Check out all the activities that every member of the family will enjoy
Imagine if instead of photos, you have the sound of a crowded plaza, a parade, or a school reunion!
Switzerland has the world's 16th highest rate of gun ownership according to a 2017 report by the Small Arms Survey
(UPDATED) The video, which has since been taken down, said the terraces were 'first built around 2,000 years ago by the Chinese'
Baffled by Japan’s transportation system? Here’s how you can easily navigate Chubu
'Taking these photos, it was like we were living in the past, present, and hopefully, future of Batanes,' writes Irene Maligat
Here are some first-time travel tips for couples, from couples
Looking for a getaway with your better half or with your friends? Here are some ideas that won’t break the bank