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Taal lake and volcano, taken from the Sky Ranch, Tagaytay City.

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a 1st class municipality on the Caramoan Peninsula, in the province of Camarines Sur, Bicol Region. Caramoan has been a favorite site for international franchises of Survivor.

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Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa

Breathtaking resort in Bohol!

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Shimizu Island, El Nido Palawan

Imagine a small white sand beach pocket sandwiched between two sentinel-like limestone cliffs that are bridged by a curtain of deep forest. Emerald green waters surround the island. Underwater, the sightings of colorful corals and diverse marine creatures are equally impressive.

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The Santacruzan may be known for the lavishly decorated floats and characters dressed in elaborate gowns and costumes during the procession, but there’s a deeply religious history behind these. In fact, each reyna or queen represents some of Christendom’s most prominent figures.

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LOLONG: The largest Crocodile in captivity

As certified by Guinness World Records, the largest crocodile in captivity is Lolong, a saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), who measured 6.17 m (20.24 ft) in Agusan del Sur Province of Mindanao, Philippines

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Bayanihan is a Filipino tradition where neighbors help to move the house of a fellow neighbor or a friend.

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Leonardo Sarao was an enterprising cochero (calesa driver) who found work in an automotive bodybuilding and repair shop. The first Sarao Motors jeepney rolled out in 1953. This business is one of a kind so far. Sarao has made history together with the progress of Las Piñas being a producer of the primary form of transportation, jeepneys. They contributed so much because of the unique and eye catcher designs that draws everyone's attention.

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Pescador Island Cebu Philippines

Mandarin fish one of many inhabitants of Pescador Island.

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Misa De Gallo

SIMBANG GABI or MISA DE GALLO, "midnight mass" or "mass of the rooster" comes from the Catholic custom of gathering for celebration of the Eucharist in the pre-dawn hours of each of the nine days before Christmas.

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Clownfish in its anemone, Dauin, Philippines

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Pampanga: Bloodily colorful on Holy Week

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO—The province of Pampanga has remained a popular destination in Central Luzon over the years during the Holy Week, which starts, Palm Sunday.

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Philippine Island Life

Apo Island beach resort marine beauty to its fullest.

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Western Samar Philippines: Marabut Marine Park and Beach Resort

The marine park is a jewel in the sun and sand of the charming San Pedro Bay.

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Surfing San Juan Style

Ride the wave in San Juan La Union!

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Sugong Coffins of Sagada

Sugong coffins hanging from cliffs, lodged into karst fissures, and piled into caves.

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Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river.

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Baroque Churches of the Philippines - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

These four churches, the first of which was built by the Spanish in the late 16th century, are located in Manila, Santa Maria, Paoay and Miag-ao. Their unique architectural style is a reinterpretation of European Baroque by Chinese and Philippine craftsmen.

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A home to some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. Rising from the volcanic depths of the Sulu Sea in the western Philippines, these magnificent atolls encompass an astonishing diversity of marine life.

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Manila Metropolitan Basilica-Philippines

The Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception is a Roman Catholic Minor Basilica in the capital of the Philippines, Manila.

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The Philippines' Balut

Have you ever eaten one? It's like a crime if you haven't.

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JOLLIBEE: The largest fast food chain in the Philippines

Jollibee is the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, operating a nationwide network of over 750 stores.

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Flores De Mayo

During the festival in May flowers are offered to the virgin Mary at the altar in the church.

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Adams: Lovers' Peak Mountain Light

Captivating sun rays on lover's mountain.

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Candaba Wetlands Bird Sanctuary

The wetlands of Candaba in Pampanga is (2nd) home to a variety of migratory birds during the months of November to February (late autumn - winter in the northern hemisphere). The birds are plentiful during those months.

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Hinagdanan Cave in Panglao Island

The Hinagdanan Cave, classified as a karst cave, is a large cavern with several holes in the ceiling. It boasts of a large number of stalatites and stalagmites inside. The cave leads to a large underground pond.

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Camarines Sur Wakeboarding

From the deeply religious Bicol region, Camarines Sur is the Philippines’ newest and fast rising tourism star with a throbbing adventure sports scene that makes the rest of Asia stand up and take notice.

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The Procession of the Black Nazarene

The largest procession in the country through the streets of Quiapo in metro Manila.

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White Water Rafting in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

Aching for a wild river run? Indulge yourself on Cagayan De Oro rapids.

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7 Waterfalls Zipline in Lake Sebu

Highest Zipline in Southeast Asia

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